Property ID: 2534
Address: Lake Kariba P.O. BOX 120 P.O. Box 120 Kariba ZM Zimbabwe
Caribbea Bay is situated on the shores of Lake Kariba, the second largest man-made lake in Africa. Facilities at the adjacent hotel are available to members and include a swimming pool, restaurants, and a casino. The units are entirely self-contained and tastefully furnished, offering all modern comforts, as well as a sensational view of Kariba and the breathtaking African sunset.
Car Rental (Onsite)
Dry cleaning/laundry service (Onsite)
Languages spoken onsite (English)
Medical facility (5 Miles)
Safe-deposit box (In-Room)
Swimming pool (Onsite)
Barbeque Area: Yes
Casino / Gambling (Onsite)
Child care (Onsite)
Squash (5 Miles)
Tennis (5 Miles)
Water Skiing (Onsite)
Harare - HRE (12 Miles)
NEAREST AIRPORT: Harare. By road from Harare airport, follow the Queensway road to Hatfield. On reaching a major junction, turn left then right taking you into Julius Nyerere Way. Turn left onto Samora Machel Avenue, then next right into Moffat Ave. Go along this road which becomes Milton Ave until the road merges at the top of a hill with Connaught Street. Follow the King George Road, which ends on a T-junction, turn right. This becomes the Kariba-Chinoyi-Chirundu Road (A1).Continue along the A1 for 300kms. At Makuti turn left before the petrol station, to Kariba. Go along this road for 70kms. Pass an airport on the left, & 10km on the signposts is on the left for Caribbea Bay.
Check In: 14:00
Check Out: 10:00
Weeks Check In Days: Friday
No Pets. Please contact the resort directly regarding its ADA service animal policy.
Confirmation is required upon check-in at the resort.
Due to Reserve Bank regulations you may be asked to provide identification documentation at reception. Non-Zimbabwean residents may be asked to provide proof of foreign currency exchange when paying Hotel accounts in local currency.
Please drive carefully as Wild Animals, especially elephants are regularly seen on the roads
A Visa is required for entry into Zimbabwe
Fees charged for some utilities.
Occupancy limits are strictly enforced: could result in forfeiture of the unit and/or other penalties.
Security deposit required upon check-in at the resort.
Fees or deposits are charged for some amenities.
New requirements are in place for children under the age of 18 traveling to and from and thru South Africa. Further details and to determine how this may apply to those traveling, refer to government websites i.e the Republic of South Africa’s Home Affairs website which can be found at www.dha.gov.za/, or the U.S. Department of State’s, Bureau of Consular Affairs at http://travel.state.gov/consent/passports/english/country/south-africa.html