I have to say that the most disappointing thing about our trip was that we had to leave lodge at all. The rooms were tremendous. There was a large living room with a half bath, luxurious and comfortable bedroom where they would put the net around the bed at turndown service, and oh, the bathroom! The luxurious soaking tub and large open shower were a welcome sight at the end of a long day. The entire room had a wall of windows that gave you the feel of living outside and comfort of being inside. We could hear the hippos grunting in the river at night, see crocs laying on the shore, and watch nature in its purest form all around us. On our balcony, we had a private heated pool and an inviting outdoor shower. The entire room was private and was it not for seeing guests in the dining room, you might think you were the only ones at the resort. The decor seemed to be made of only natural appointments and it was luxurious.


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