Jecha Point Fishing Lodge is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River below Chirundu on the Zimbabwean side. They offer the guests a chance to experience the beauty of the middle Zambezi valley river system and it's surrounds from the comfort of a quiet, wild and exclusive lodge. From candlelit dinners to afternoon sundowners on sandbanks. The lodge can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests in thatched chalets all with en-suite bathroom facilities and fans. Four chalets sleep two guests each and the family chalet sleeps four adults. A recent addition to the camp is a riverside camping site for self-drivers, set on green lawns under shady trees, with a braai (barbeque) area and ablution facilities. Jecha Point specializes in offering professional guiding to fly fishing enthusiasts focused on the mighty tiger fish and other exciting species. They also offer photographic excursions (day trips) to Mana Pools, birding safaris, game walks, game viewing from an elevated platform and photographic boat cruises.
Here are a few special highlights found in Lower Zambezi River that we've picked out:-
12 guests sleep in thatched chalets
Four Chalets sleeps two guests each and family chalet sleeps four adults
All with en-suite bathroom facilities and fans
Each of the rooms are cooled with overhead and standing fans
Tea & coffee facilities
Ensuite bathroom (showers)
Internet access on request
Communal guest areas
By Road and very accessible all year round - no 4x4 needed (except in Jan- March with heavy rains). Close to main tar road (2km).
The following guests had this to say following their stay at Jecha Point Fishing Lodge :-
Keith from Palmer Lake, Colorado United States“Great people and great experiences!’’ Amanda from Harare, Zimbabwe“Perfect honeymoon get away!’’ Keith from Palmer Lake, Colorado, United States "Good people and great experience!" Clive from Harare, Zimbabwe What an absolute pleasure. We originally booked for 4 nights but ended up staying 6 due to the absolute tranquillity and enjoyment of this wonderful bush camp. The best traveller from London, United Kingdom We loved this place. It is great - even if you don't fish. We went on boat trips speeding up the river to see elephants and carmine bee-eaters and lots of hippos.