Bumi Hills Safari Lodge
Bumi Hills Safari lodge boasts one of Africa’s finest wilderness locations with an elevated position on a range of remote hills overlooking the vastness of Lake Kariba. Bumi is easily accessible by light aircraft and boat, allowing you to be swiftly transported into paradise without the stress of a long journey. You are welcomed into luxurious comfort by a team of staff that are unfailingly passionate and committed to ensuring your stay will forever be etched in a treasured part of your memory. The lodge has a total of twenty rooms, all with views over the lake. Ten of the rooms are premium rooms with balconies and uninhibited views. The other ten are garden rooms with slated terraces, set a little way back behind and on a level above the premium rooms. All rooms are air conditioned at night and during the day upon request. Taking centre stage is the beautiful infinity pool that seems to blend endlessly into the lake horizon. The pool is surrounded by intimate wine and dining terraces on different levels. The lodge interiors have been beautifully finished in a fusion of contemporary Western and African styles. We are situated on an extensive private wildlife conservation area. Bumi Hills is home to lion, leopard, big herds of elephant and buffalo, as well as a multitude of different plains game. We have superb fishing in the lake waters surrounding the lodge with bream and the fighting tiger fish in abundance. Birding and cultural experiences also abound.
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From apprehending ivory poachers, saving wounded animals and picking up vast numbers of wire snares in the wilderness, the Bumi Hills Safari Lodge Anti-Poaching Unit (BHAPU) does a herculean job, winter, summer...365 days a year. Join almost 8,000 captivated followers on Bumi’s Facebook page and read the recent heart-warming story of how a badly wounded female elephant (a deep gash from an embedded wire snare) was saved and set free.
BHAPU was established in 2009 and to date has collected more than 5,500 snares and tireless fund-raising continues to boost numbers of scouts and provide better equipment, including badly-needed tents and its own unit vehicle in order to range further and be more effective.