Chongwe River House

LodgesSouthern AfricaZambiaLower Zambezi National ParkChongwe River House
Highlights
  • Tiger Fishing
    Take a fishing trip on the river to do battle with the famous tiger fish
  • Ultimate Private Safari
    With your own vehicles, guides, canoes, a boat, armed scout, house manager and private chef you will be offered the ultimate private safari
  • Completely Unique Design
    This very uniquely designed house is flowing and natural in every way
  • Top Game Viewing
    The location of the house is superb. The Chongwe River is in pristine wilderness that teems with game
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General Information

Chongwe Safaris offers a selection of camps and lodges in the Lower Zambezi region of Zambia. This area is renowned for its enormous herds of elephants and has some of the best game viewing in Southern Africa.

Kasaka River Lodge is a 20 bed tented camp nestled on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Chiawa Game Management area, just 7 km from the National Park . It is set in a natural bush environment with each tent secluded amongst the flora, and offers an authentic and memorable safari experience. Chongwe River Camp is a 22 bed, luxury tented camp located at the junction of the Zambezi River and Chongwe River. This location ensures the most desirable views onto the rivers and the game filled Chongwe flood plain. Chongwe River House is an 8 bed luxury private Safari House, complete with its own team of managers and staff, a private safari guide and game viewing vehicle. This exclusive use offers unsurpassed luxury in the Lower Zambezi region and is perfect for families or friends travelling together.

Amenities
  • Game Drives
  • Walking Safaris
  • Tiger Fishing
  • Star Gazing
  • Canoe Trails
  • Local village visits
  • Boat excursions
  • Birding
  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Wi-Fi
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