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Providing World Safari Experiences for over 22 years

‘The first thing a gent should do if he is safari-minded, is put himself in the hands of an established firm with a reputation to maintain.’ Robert Ruark

Royal Chundu Lodges

Royal Chundu is a family owned and run property that comprises two luxury lodges on a 15 kilometre private stretch of the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, just upstream from the magnificent Victoria Falls. River Lodge is the larger of the two lodges, while Island Lodge is the more exclusive.

Where our setting differs from the rest is our location – close enough to the falls themselves but removed enough to ensure privacy and exclusivity to the discerning traveller. - See more at: http://www.royalchundu.com/about-us/info/location/#sthash.lBA0rZCC.dpuf
Where our setting differs from the rest is our location – close enough to the falls themselves but removed enough to ensure privacy and exclusivity to the discerning traveller. - See more at: http://www.royalchundu.com/about-us/info/location/#sthash.lBA0rZCC.dpuf
Where our setting differs from the rest is our location – close enough to the falls themselves but removed enough to ensure privacy and exclusivity to the discerning traveller. - See more at: http://www.royalchundu.com/about-us/info/location/#sthash.lBA0rZCC.dpuf

Where Royal Chundu differs from the rest is its location - close enough to the falls themselves but removed enough to ensure privacy and exclusivity to the discerning traveller.

Both lodges overlook a private stretch of the Zambezi. Let the sights and sounds of Africa tranfix you as you rejuvenate mind, body and spirit in this timeless place, where you will wander in the backyard of David Livingston and discover the true spirit of Africa. The first and only Relais and Chateaux property in Zambia, Royal Chundu is a great base from which to explore and tour the local region.

 

For your tailor made photography safari in Zambia, contact us.To see more, visit the Royal Chundu website.

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