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Chongwe River Camp

Zambezi River, Zambia

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Renowned for its breathtaking scenery and incredible wildlife, Zambia's Lower Zambezi valley is home to one of the continent's top safari lodges - Chongwe River Camp.

At the confluence of the mighty Zambezi and Chongwe Rivers and opposite the renowned Mana Pools, this exceptional camp offers nine comfortable standard ensuite tents strung along the Chongwe River with wonderful views of the escarpment in the near distance.

The tents are complemented by two extravagant and exclusive suites which boast the luxury of individual butler services and private plunge pools. Guests can enjoy day and night drives, boat cruises, walking safaris or canoeing which provides the opportunity to view wildlife from a more natural perspective.

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$ 5,755

£ 4,114

R 66,683

4,672

per person

10 days

Chongwe River Camp Details

Activities offered
at the lodge

Game drives (day)
Game drives (night)
Game walks
Canoeing
Cultural experience

Included in your stay

Meals: All meals
Drinks: All drinks
Activities: 3 safari activities per day

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