Chongwe River Camp is situated on the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi Rivers, directly opposite Mana Pools. The Lower Zambezi has become one of southern Africa's premier destinations for peaceful game viewing and unparalleled tiger fish angling. The camp itself looks onto the confluence of the two rivers and the mountains of the escarpment to the north. Chongwe River Camp is a family owned and run business dedicated not only to providing your dream safari experience but also hospitality that can only be found in a home.
The Cassia Suite is a private, luxury tented suite for two on the banks of the Zambezi. Consisting of a canopied lounge and dining area with private plunge pool and fire pit and huge octagonal bedroom, it's perfect for honeymooners or romantic couples. The Cassia Suite has its own butler and meals can be taken either in private in the suite's dining area or at the main camp. It can be booked separately or in conjunction with the Albida Suite.
The Albida suite is a luxurious self-contained colonial-style tented suite which sleeps four guests in two spacious, octagonal bedrooms set on either side of a private dining room and lounge area with its own bar fridge, plunge pool and fire pit. It is ideal for families or friends travelling together.
All of the tents are under thatch, ensuring maximum coolness in the heat of the day and feature ceiling fans and charging points. Each has a large, shaded outdoor bathroom with hot and cold running water, shower, toilet, vanity unit and dressing area with a wardrobe and full-length mirror. The tents also have their own private verandahs overlooking the river, making them an ideal place for relaxation and contemplation of Africa's wonderful wilderness.
Chongwe River Camp is a 20-bed lodge featureing Classic tents, Albida or Cassia tented suites, and an exclusive Chongwe River House that sleeps 8 people.
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All meals are included and are served in the Dining area. Chongwe River Camp's main area is covered by two large canvas marquee-style roofs suspended from the trees above. The bar here is a popular gathering spot for lively conversation before dinner and the comfortable lounge with its colourful cushions and small library is a cool place to relax during the day. In front of this, overlooking the camp's jetty, is the outdoor dining area and campfire, which is surrounded by comfortable wooden armchairs.
At Chongwe River Camp, activities are tailored to make the most of this incredibly diverse wilderness. Game viewing can be done from a vehicle in either the Lower Zambezi National Park or the Chiawa Partnership Park or, if you prefer, from a boat on the Zambezi or even by foot. Canoeing, walking and, of course, fishing, are also offered. And for those interested in the rich cultural heritage of the are a, community visits can be arranged.