More than 100 years
later, that description of Lake Tanganyika still holds
shoreline of Sumbu National Park offers a haven to
wildlife, while the crystal clear blue waters teem
with an unparalleled diversity Cichlids as well as
the giant Nile perch. In the heart of the Rift
valley, the opportunities for discovery and
adventure, beauty and relaxation are as endless as
African time itself.
Nestled amongst lush tropical vegetation opening
onto its own exclusive beach, Ndole Bay Lodge offers
visitors a singular African experience on the shores
of a unique lake.
With beachside en-suite chalets, non serviced
chalets, through to a shaded lake front campsite,
the Tanganyika dream becomes affordable to all
A fully stocked bar allows visitors to contemplate
the day gone with a cold drink and sumptuous meals
are prepared for those not self catering.
A fleet of reliable boats opens the secrets of
Tanganyika, while shaded hammocks, sunset paddles
and a growing library allows days to slip by. Our
hospitality will make you wish time really would