Chongwe River Camp – Lower Zambezi Nat. Park, Zambia

Utter seclusion and privacy – Perfect for honeymooners or families – Plunge pools overlooking the river

Private and exclusive, the Chongwe River Suites offer sublime luxury and service against a beautifully wild setting. Nestled under ancient winterthorn trees at the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi Rivers, the Cassia (1 bedroom) and Albida (2 bedrooms) Suites are perfect for honeymooners or families and friends travelling together. Both have butler service, plunge pools overlooking the river and private dining options. 

Albida sleeps four guests in two spacious bedrooms with elegant en-suite bathrooms, set on either side of a private dining room and lounge area with its own plunge pool and fire pit. With privately guided activities, it is ideal for families or friends travelling together. 

Cassia is an ultra private suite for two consisting of an elegant bedroom, canopied lounge and dining area, plunge pool and a luxurious en suite bathroom. It is perfect for honeymooners, romantic couples or those seeking an extra dash of luxury. 

During your stay, enjoy our impressive variety of safari activities, created for the ultimate exploration of this magnificent African paradise. By land, you can enjoy game drives and walking safaris, or take to the rivers and explore with boat cruises, canoeing safaris and tiger-fishing. Back in camp, our brand new wildlife hide is great for photography, especially rare nocturnal creatures.

Best Time to Visit Zambia

 The recognised best times to visit Zambia for the best game viewing along with pleasantly mild daytime temperatures is during the dry season, May to October although September and October can be exceptionally hot. It is during the dry season when animals congregate around the rivers and waterholes. During the wet season (November to April) some roads in the parks can be inaccessible resulting in some camps being closed. The scenery in Zambia is always spectacular throughout the year.
 
Travel Documents
It is your responsibility to check the entry visa requirements with the individual embassy of each country you intend visiting prior to departure.