Mpala Jena

From: $1,760.00

Mpala Jena is the most exclusive and luxurious eco lodge close to Victoria Falls. Completely solar powered the camps natural spring attracts Elephant, Lion, Buffalo and African Wild Dogs. Isolated yet close enough to the town for all the adventure activities.

Description

Mpala Jena

Zambezi National Park, Victoria Falls

Opened in 2019 Mpala Jena is a small and very exclusive luxury lodge close to the famous Victoria Falls. Located on a private concession within the National Park the attention to detail, service and comfort of the lodge is astounding. This is the very first and only Relais & Chateau property in Zimbabwe and it’s evident why.

The camp was named after a natural spring that runs through the property which attracts diverse wildlife such as Elephant, Buffalo, Lions and a pack of rare African Wild Dogs. With a landscape of Baobab trees, Giraffe and troops of Baboon the banks of the river are a hive of activity. Between April and November bird watching here is excellent.

Just 16 kilometres from the small town of Victoria Falls all the adrenaline packed adventure activities are within easy vehicle or boat access. Far enough away from the town the camp is a serene place to relax in complete silence.

Luxury Tents

Mpala Jena’s 4 luxury tents lie under billowing canvas with open mosquito netted sides and wooden decks that reach out over the rivers waters. Spacious and with the finest furnishings the camp is completely solar powered.

Head height stone walls separate the master bedroom from the bathroom where you will find a ball and claw bath, copper pipes feeding the vanity basins and an outside shower.

Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Zimbabwe. Read our blog about Zimbabwe’s luxury safari lodges.

While you’re here spend a night on the star bed of Victoria Falls Island Treehouse or Old Mondoro and Royal Zambezi in the Lower Zambezi is luxury personified.

For exclusivity explore Malilangwe House.

For luxury on the banks of the Zambezi at Victoria Falls explore Zambezi Sands.

Read our blog on the Secret Places of Victoria Falls.

For more information on the area you will be visiting and it’s importance as a conservation zone read up about the Kavango Zambezi Conservation Area.

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly into Victoria Falls Airport in Zimbabwe with British Airways, Ethiopian Airlines or Kenya Airways.

On arrival you will be met by your safari representative who will assist you with your further transfer to the camp.

Road transfer from the Airport through Zambezi National Park to the camp over 1 hour and 20 minutes – cost included.

Road and boat transfer from the Airport to camp taking 1 hour 30 minutes – cost included.

Road and helicopter from the Airport to Victoria Falls Town and 30 minute flight to camp – additional cost.

For assistance with flights and transfer options get in touch with us, we’ll make sure your safari arrangements are seamless.

Included/Excluded

Included:

  • Accommodation
  • Meals
  • Laundry
  • Airport transfers
  • Entrance to the Vic Falls National Park
  • Daily game viewing activities
  • Local brand drinks

Excluded:

  • Flights and visa fees’
  • Gratuities
  • Spa treatments
  • Premium brand drinks
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Nightly conservation levy

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