Msuna Island is found at the confluence of the Msuna and the mighty Zambezi rivers, which is tucked away against the backdrop of the peaceful and scenic semi-arid Msuna Hills.
Situated 150 km downstream from the world famous Victoria Falls and 120 km from Hwange National Game Park, makes it an ideal location.
Msuna Island is accessible with vehicle and is only cut off from the main-land during very high water. There are approx. 20 other privately owned lodges/houses on the island.
The lodges are set amongst beautiful kept gardens with a variety of indigenous fauna and flora.
The surroundings offer an exceptional area for bird and game viewing, and is an artist's and photographer's paradise.
Anglers have easy access to the famous tiger fishing areas, such as the Tiger mile, that has stood the test of time.
Fishing is explosive in this region with a variety of fish to keep anglers on the edge of their seats. The fresh water game fishing experience is the adventurous angler’s dream. The world-renowned, extreme fighting tiger fish is indigenous to this area. This species, well known for its fierceness and leaping ability, has earned the reputation of being one of the world’s toughest fresh water fish to restrain. The tiger fish vary in size, and are plentiful in season, in this part of the Zambezi.
For those that do not fish, there is ample time to view the over 250 species of birds found in this region.
The children can also enjoy their time at the communal pool or at the playground area on the island.
All visitors are charged an Island levy of USD5.00 pp
Boat fuel and oil are available for sale in USD cash only.