Sussi and Chuma
Sussi and Chuma Lodge is an intimate and personal lodge situated in a peaceful corner on the banks of the Zambezi River. Sussi and Chuma Lodge offers guests a quiet and exclusive retreat with luxurious tree-houses and 2 exclusive houses.
Sussi and Chuma Highlights
Sussi & Chuma is located in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia, home to the spectacular Victoria Falls; one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world. Sussi & Chuma offers exclusive and luxurious accommodation overlooking the Zambezi River. Guests can enjoy early morning and romantic evening river cruises. Fishing is another highlight for the keen fishermen at Sussi & Chuma. Game activities are accompanied by experienced and professional guides. Guests at Sussi & Chuma can enjoy their own private chef, as well as, a private guide for exclusive use on game drives and boating activities. The park is a wildlife sanctuary and well worth a visit.
- Sussi & Chuma is named after explorer David Livingstone's two faithful companions.
- Guests can observe the resident hippo and elephant who often wander through the grounds.
- Enjoy a night in the forest canopy overlooking the broad Zambezi River.
- Additional activities such as whitewater rafting, canoeing and elephant back safaris can be booked.
Sussi and Chuma Game Viewing and Activities
Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia is known by the locals as 'The Smoke that Thunders', referring to the mist of the Falls that can be seen miles away and the roar of the water as it drops down into the mighty Zambezi River. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is located in the southern most edge of Zambia on its border with Zimbabwe. The physical landmark which separates these two countries is the mighty Victoria Falls which can be viewed from both Zimbabwe and Zambia. The park is a wildlife sanctuary and well worth a visit if not only for the Falls, but also for common wildlife species including, one of which is elephant. On the northern bank of the Zambezi River, within the Mosi-oa-Tunya Park, guests have the view of an old cemetery. Overall this small Zambian park is a must, if not for the wildlife then definitely for the mighty and misty Victoria Falls. Resident wildlife, such as hippos and elephants are likely to wander through the Lodge grounds at any time. Guests can enjoy a wide choice of activities, which adds to the attraction of this elegant and secluded retreat.