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Sussi & Chuma Lodge (Zambia: Victoria Falls)

About the Lodge

Sussi & Chuma is named after two faithful companions of the Victorian explorer Dr. David Livingstone. Comprised of 2 private Chuma houses, 12 tree houses, and a stunning luxury lodge, Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the Zambezi on a lush, fast flowing bend in the river. The main lodge consists of a unique two-storey lounge and dining area. The second floor bar has an elegant shaded deck, with incredible birds-eye views across the Zambezi.

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Details

Location:

Sussi & Chuma is located in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park on the banks of the Zambezi River, only 12km from Victoria Falls.

Rooms:

Guest accommodation consists of 12 luxury tree-houses, built into the canopy of majestic ebony trees lining the river bank. Facilities include air conditioning, en-suite facilities, private viewing deck, minibar, mosquito nets, overhead fans and hairdryer.

The exclusive houses offer two ensuite bedrooms, a spacious lounge and dining room area, kitchenette, outdoor deck, and private plunge pool. Guests have their own private chef.

Activities:

  • Guided tour of Victoria Falls
  • Nakatindi Village visit
  • Game drives in open 4x4 safari vehicles
  • Early morning or sunset river cruises are available, as well as fishing excursions on the Zambezi River.
  • Walking safaris
  • Optoinal tours at Victoria Falls

Facilities:

The main lodge building features a raised bar, lounge area and deck, open air dining area, curio shop and swimming pool. Revitalising spa treatments are also available.

Extras:

Local alcoholic drinks, laundry, and WiFi are included. No Children under 6 at Treehouses, All Ages at Chuma Houses, Childen under 5 are not allowed on game drives.

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