Shackletons Tiger Fishing Lodge is situated on the upper Zambezi River in south-western Zambia near the village of Mwandi (meaning place of ‘plenty fish’). The lodge is approximately 150km west of Livingstone (Zambia), 90 km west of Kazungula Ferry (Zambia / Botswana border) and 55km east of Sesheke (Zambia / Namibia border). Shackletons can be easily reached by air and road.
Shackletons Tiger Fishing Lodge
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Co-ordinates: S17 29.821 E24 46.502
Getting to Shackletons by Air
British Airways, South African Airways and Kulula offer daily flights between O.R. Tambo International Airport (Johannesburg, South Africa) and Livingstone International Airport (Livingstone, Zambia). Approximate flying time is 1 hour 40 minutes.
Shackletons provides vehicle transfers from:
- Livingstone International Airport (Livingstone, Zambia) – approximately 2 hours 45 minutes
- Kazungula Ferry (Zambia / Botswana border) – approximately 1 hour 45 minutes.
- Katima Mulilo (Zambia / Namibia border) – approximately 1 hour.
Getting to Shackletons by Road
Shackletons is easily accessible on the Livingstone / Sesheke road (M10), a tarred road that connects Livingstone (Zambia) and Sesheke (Zambia).
The turn-off to Shackletons is approximately 150 km west of Livingstone, 90km west of Kazungula Ferry, 6 km west of the turnoff to Mwandi, or 55 km east of Sesheke. There is a 3 ½ km Kalahari sand road that leads down to Shackletons on the upper Zambezi River. This road is suitable for sedan vehicles all year round.