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Royal Chundu Luxury Zambezi Lodge. Royal Chundu, which means 'meeting place of the chief', is a haven of quiet solitude and untouched beauty where guests and Africa live in harmony for a special moment in time. Striving to enhance the conservation and unspoiled beauty of this land, river and its islands, ensuring it will be enjoyed by future generations. Family-owned and run, Royal Chundu comprises two lodges on the banks of the Zambezi, just upstream from the Victoria Falls.
The exclusive Royal Chundu Island Lodge is located on Katombora, a privately-owned island on the Zambezi River in Zambia. Each of the four magnificent air-conditioned villas has a spectacular deck and a large open-air bath. The Victoria Falls in Zambia and Chobe National Park in Botswana are two spectacular landmarks nearby. This safari lodge offers exciting activities that include cruises, birding safaris, fishing, canoeing, Victoria Falls and village tours.
Overlooks the mighty Zambezi River and the Zimbabwean savanna of the Matetsi Private Game Reserve beyond. This river lodge is larger than the Royal Island Lodge. The 10 exquisitely decorated river-front suites at the Royal Chundu River Lodge reflect a bygone era of comfort in the wild. The lodge offers outdoor evening meals, a library, a wine cellar, a business centre, satellite TV and complimentary WiFi. Enjoy Victoria Falls tours, sunset cruises, fishing, canoeing, birding and more.
Sekoma Island is one a chain of islands and channels in the middle of the Mambova Rapids on the Zambezi River. The densely forested island is host to a wide variety of bird life and game. Accommodation consists of ten spacious safari tents, mounted on wooden decks, each with breathtaking views of the Mambova Rapids. The lodge offers adventurous variety of fishing spots on the Zambezi and Chobe Rivers as well as an opportunity to fish the Kasai channel.
The five luxury, twin bedded tents at Ilombe Island Lodge on the Upper Zambezi River, are raised on wooden decks, each with en-suite bathroom and a breathtaking view of the Zambezi River. The lodge has a spacious communal dining area, lounge, fully stocked bar and wooden deck extending out into the Zambezi River, with wicker sofas and built-in fire place. The lodge also offers an ideal venue for the adventurous angler whether a conventional lure or fly fishing.