Posted on Wed May 15, 2019.

Butterflies are sometimes called flying Flowers because they display the beauty of nature and color as that of flowers as they fly around. Butterflies are an indicator of a healthy environment and also play various roles in the environment such as pollination and a food source. Munga Eco-lodge is one such healthy environment and a habitat for more than 10 species of butterflies

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History of the Victoria Falls

Posted on Tue October 31, 2017.

The Victoria Falls is a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur straddling the Zambezi River which forms the international border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The columns of spray can be seen from miles away. At the height of the rainy season more than five hundred million cubic metres of water per minute plummet over the 1700 metre edge, into a gorge more than one hundred metres below. The sight of the falls is so breathtaking that Dr David Livingstone commented, ‘Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight."

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Munga's Environmental Supervisor

Posted on Tue September 12, 2017.

Mr Siamilandu, our Environmental Supervisor, was interviewed by Maliwa. Here are his views about working at Munga and about sustainability.

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News and Updates

Posted on Mon March 13, 2017.

News alert from

2016 Guest Review Award for Munga Eco-Lodge

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Birds at Munga

Posted on Thu February 23, 2017 in Nature.

Characteristic bird species seen at Munga Eco-Lodge are; Laughing Dove, Red-eyed Dove , Pied Crow, Red-billed Wood-hoopoe, Trumpeter Hornbill, Grey Hornbill, Levaillant’s Cuckoo, Arrow-marked Babbler, Dark-capped Bulbul and Yellow-bellied Greenbul.
In the taller more luxuriant trees can be found Emerald and Klaas’s Cuckoos, Yellow-breasted Apalis and Orange-breasted Bush Shrike.
Western banded Snake Eagle can often be seen, and is probably associated with the Maramba riverine vegetation 1 km to the S.

Below is a list of 69 Bird species seen at Munga Eco-Lodge. This list was compiled by Savannah Southern Safaris in 2014.

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