Ever thought about what it would be like to play three rounds of golf, in three different countries, over just three days? Well that thought can become a reality at the Royal Chundu Zambezi River Lodge in the Kazungula Province of Zambia.
The lodge is situated in Katombora forest, which whilst located in Zambia, is only a short drive from the borders of Zimbabwe and Botswana. The unique location of the lodge allows guests to play at three different courses within three days and still have time to take in the sites and sounds of the surrounding area.
The five-star luxury accommodation, which offers both privacy and peace of mind, is part of The Mantis group, who own a range private hotels, reserves and eco lodges.
The overall golfing experience is aimed at ‘adventurous golfers seeking an international golfing experience with a twist.’
The itinerary itself is spread over six days and offers guests the chance to take a sunset cruise, relax and unwind over an evening meal.
The three majestic 18 hole courses allow guests to play a round of golf whilst taking in the natural beauty of Africa. The three courses are the Elephant Hills Golf Course in Zimbabwe, the Livingston Golf Course in Zambia and the Kasane Golf Course in Botswana.
All three courses are superbly maintained and looked after, even with unusual obstacles such as warthogs and antelopes roaming around the course.
The price per person is $550 and this includes accommodation, green fees, meals and transfers.
Information and bookings can be made at the Mantis Collection website.