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The Sun - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s holiday spot in Zambia boasts the world’s scariest infinity pool...

Meghan was whisked away to Zambia for her 36th birthday and you too can take in amazing Zambia with all its wildlife, waterfalls and scenery

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The Telegraph - World's 20 Most Incredible Luxury Hotels for Honeymooners

The river makes it. Couples spend hours watching the rolling Zambezi from their lodgings’ plunge pools or private decks. In the Honeymoon House suite, they can enjoy frangipani-flowered baths in an outdoor tub while watching the river flare orange at sunset – or take it all in from their outdoor day bed.

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The Telegraph - The World's Top 25 Treehouse Hotels

Tongabezi has attracted the attention of international travellers for more than thirty years, earning itself a solid reputation as being one of the best places to watch the incredible blood-red sunsets of the Zambezi River in Zambia.

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The Most Beautiful Places in Zambia

While most people go to Livingstone to see the Victoria Falls, the small private island of Sindabezi is also worth a trip. Enjoy views of the Zambezi floodplains and the nearby Mosi O Tunya National park, and have meals on a raised floating platform in the middle of the river. The beauty of Sindabezi is in its remoteness, as it’s only accessible by boat.

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Best Lodges in Africa

Lisa Grainger picks out the best new hideaways, lodges and island retreats across Africa

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Intimate Island Retreats

Sindabezi Island is the little-sister property of Tongabezi Lodge, upstream from the Victoria Falls. Sindabezi is a tiny island in the Zambezi River with five open-sided cottages.

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Tongabezi Reviews

Tongabezi Lodge, the first river lodge on the Zambian side of the Victorian Falls, is a privately owned up-market lodge, built with emphasis on exclusivity and romance, located on the banks of the Zambezi River.

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Best Hotels in the World

The roots of this lodge run deep beneath the banks of the great Zambezi River, 15km upstream from the roar of the Victoria Falls. Almost 28 years since it opened, Tongabezi has grown organically, unhindered by corporate conventions.

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Life on the Edge at Victoria Falls

So you are going to Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, but you seek more adventure than just viewing the smoke that thunders. Well we have great news for you…you can SWIM ON THE VERY EDGE of Victoria Falls. How is that for an adventure?!?!

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Rewarding Travel at Tujatane

For the first time in our travels, we did something to give back to the community and it will remain as the most rewarding travel experience we will cherish forever.

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A Luxurious Treehouse Resort

We appreciated everything Tongabezi had to offer outside of its accommodations, which is why we were delighted to have the opportunity to stay there.

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MSN – Drop Dead Gorgeous Tree Houses

Tongabezi Lodge treehouse was built around a tree overlooking the Zambezi River, near Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world. The giant room - it features a king size bed, full bath, dining area, and lounge - is entirely open.

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Twisted Sifter – Tree House Room in Zambia

Featuring six private houses and five river cottages, the luxury lodge has won numerous awards as one of the top hotels in the world. One of Tongabezi’s most interesting rooms is the Tree House.

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Top 100 Hotels

This year’s list of the best 100 hotels — which include exclusive safari lodges, urban sanctuaries, and family-friendly beach resorts — will inspire some serious wanderlust.

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Safari Destination Zambia

Ask a group of safari specialists to pick an emerging destination for 2017, and you'll hear Zambia mentioned again and again.

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New York Times – What to do in 26 Hours at Victoria Falls

With adrenaline-pumping activities galore, there are countless ways to experience this enthralling natural wonder.

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CNN – Must See Sights in Earth

This rare natural phenomenon occurs for three days around the full moon during high-water season at Zambia's most stunning waterfall.

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The Blonde Abroad

I’ve stayed at a lot of amazing places around the planet, but every so often, I can still be swept off my feet—and this place did just that!

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The Adventourist

Ah waterfalls – so majestic, so calming. Especially as a 3D moving picture on your aunt’s wall or from a great, great distance. But, come up-close, and they become giant forces of nature, just bidding their time before they drown you with their hundreds-of-gallons-a-second.

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HGTV – Incredible Treehouse Hotels

If you are looking to throw an unforgettable party in an exotic location with sweeping views of the Zambezi River, you could hardly find a more unique pleasure palace than The Lookout at Tongabezi Safari Lodge.

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Fodor’s Travel – Tongabezi Lodge

If you're looking for a truly African experience, this owner-run open-fronted lodge on the Zambezi River was designed to complement the Africa you have come to see, without trying to upstage it—but you'll still find indulgent offerings and personalized service at every turn.

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Fodor’s Travel – Sindabezi Island

This is the most environmentally friendly property on the Zambezi. The island makes use of solar power for heating, all the gray water is recycled, and the chalets are constructed mainly from sustainable forests.

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Wildluxe

On the banks of the Zambezi River, just upstream from Zambia’s Victoria Falls, sits the magical Tongabezi Lodge. Voted the #1 Safari Lodge in Zambia by Conde Nast and Most Enchanting Lodge in Zambia by Lux Hospitality Awards, this trip is well worth the journey required to get there.

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Fodor’s Travel – 6 Reasons to Visit Zambia

. Recently celebrating 50 years of democratic rule, this former British colony in southern Africa is quickly becoming the next best travel destination. The Big Five? Check. Amazing scenery? Starting with Victoria Falls, check. And there’s much, much more here just waiting to be explored.

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Africa Geographic – 10 Swoon-worthy Reasons to go on a Honeymoon Safari

So instead of frantically throwing a dart on a map and travelling there, here are Tongabezi’s 10 swoon-worthy reasons to go on a honeymoon safari in Africa

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Safari Relaxation

The lodge sits elegantly on the banks of the river, just downstream from its resident natural wonder of the world – the impressive Victoria Falls. It gently whispers, “Let us spoil you!” and that it certainly does.

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Beautiful Outdoor Bathrooms

Tubs and sinks used to know their place, but have now emerged into the daylight. These are the most amazing outdoor bathrooms in the world

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Moonbows Light up Victoria Falls

The spectacular cascade is considered the largest stretch of falling water in the world and is among the Seven Natural Wonders in the world.

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The Telegraph – Most Amazing Pools in the World

You don’t have to go to luxury spas to get the best of nature. For people made of sterner stuff, there’s the Devil’s Pools in Victoria Falls.

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Niedblog

Eine illustre Tier- und Pflanzenwelt, reißende Wasserfälle, unendliche Weiten und lebendige Großstädte: Das alles und noch viel mehr ist Sambia.

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Luxury Escapes – 10 Treehouses Worth Climbing For

his global list of luxury tree houses will fulfill any traveller’s inevitable arboreal fantasy whether that means a rainforest retreat or a country house visit – because who doesn’t want to relive childhood for a night or two?

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Victoria Falls Safari Lodges

On the Zambezi River, straddling the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the world's largest stretch of falling water is often cited as one of the Seven Natural Wonders.

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The Travel Sista

Nothing beats swimming at the edge of a waterfall. If you ever find yourself in southern Africa, this really is a must do.

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The Telegraph - The Victoria Falls: a Timeless Majesty

The most charming of Zambia’s lodges, 17 miles upstream of the falls, with five cottages, five houses and two family rooms amid lush riverside gardens. Delicious, inventive food, staff are keen to help and there is an emphasis on celebrating the local – from village-grown vegetables to ethnic decor. Activities offered include kayaking, angling for tigerfish and exploring the falls with a guide and visits to Tongabezi lodge’s school, which educates more than 200 local children.

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World’s Coolest Treehouse Hotels

Built among the branches of a riverine Ebony tree, this tree house overlooks the Zambezi River.

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Travel Guide to Zambia

A romantic hideaway along the Zambezi riverfront, where guests stay in rustic chalets overlooking the river.

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