Isanga Bay Lodge is located about 18 km from Mpulungu town and about 49 lilometres from Mbala. The Lodge lies on the coast of Lake Tanganyika. It takes 30 minutes from Mpulungu town to the Lodge by boat.
The Lodge offers a lot of water activities on the lake including fishing, swimming, snorkeling, bird watching, water skiing and kayaking. Or you can simply relax and enjoy the views of Lake Tanganyika.
The Lodge offers the following accommodation alternatives; 3 chalets near the beach with a lake view and 3 rondavels on the other side with no beach but they are just a few minutes away from the beach. Hot and cold showers are available in chalets. Camping facilities are also available.
The Lodge and the Lake Tanganyika offer attractive range of activities to the visitor. Because of its location on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, most activities are cantered on the lake.
Lake Tanganyika is located in the northern province of Zambia and is shared by Burundi, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Tanzania and Zambia. But only 7 percent of its surface area is within Zambia. Lake Tanganyika is home to more than 350 different species of fish and fishing is the main economic activity.
By volume, Lake Tanganyika is the second largest freshwater lake and the second deepest after Lake Baikal of Siberia. In Africa, it is the second largest lake after Lake Victoria. Ruzizi River in the north is the largest inflow into the lake.
The Falls are 33 kilometres from Mbala on the Kalambo River. They form part of the border between Zambia and Tanzania, in Zambia’s Northern Province. Kalambo Falls are the second highest falls in Africa, plunging down a height of 221 meters. Isanga Bay Lodge offers tours to the Kalambo Falls.
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