Sekoma: A “ Robinson Crusoe” Paradise.
Join us and discover a magical island where you get to fish the mighty Zambezi and Chobe Rivers. Sekoma Island belongs to a chain of islands in the Mambova Rapids, below which lies the Caprivi Strip where Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia meet.
The waters surrounding Sekoma Island are can only be explored by a mokoro (dugout boat), with the exception of the northern point which accommodates guests and has a harbour, guaranteeing complete privacy.
Sekoma Island is home to but a lucky few: Lodge staff, guests and a herd of bachelor elephant. The Island offers elephant refuge in the Sekoma forest, which teems with indigenous birds, fauna and flora.
A “Robinson Crusoe” island
Staying at Sekoma Island Lodge
The accommodation at Sekoma Lodge offers both comfort and breathtaking views of the Mambova rapids. Set on wooden decks, Sekoma Lodge’s spacious safari tents sleep either 2 or 4 guests. Each safari tent boasts a full bathroom suite and sleeps two in either single or queen size beds. Our 4 sleepers are ideal for families or groups, which can be arranged as 4 singles or 2 doubles.
Sekoma Island Lodge supplies all bedding, linen and towels. Fresh drinking water is readily available.
Catch An Experience of a Lifetime!
The annual flood every year, brings growth and rejuvenation to the system
Fishing at Sekoma Island is an unforgettable experience. For any level of fisher there is an amazing variety of spots on the Zambezi and Chobe Rivers as well as an opportunity to fish the Kasai Channel.
Yearly the waters surrounding Sekoma floods, this flooding rejuvenates the floodplains and brings a wealth of fauna and flora to the region. The annual flooding also acts as a natural restocking system and replenishes precious fishing grounds.
Contact Sekoma Lodge today to begin a trip of a lifetime. We will organise your trip from beginning to end. Groups from 2-24 people can easily be accommodated.