Rates from US$ 650.00 per person
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollar
*Rates may vary according to season
- Lodge type; Private Lodge
- Location; Lower Zambezi River
- Lodge size; Sleeps 2
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Chongwe Cassia Suite is a stand alone unit at the very confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi Rivers, built to compliment our executive suite at Albida and provide a luxurious individual tent for Chongwe.
This prime site for a Lower Zambezi Private Suite, which was originally owner Chris Liebenbergs' home in the Valley, has been relinquished for this elite project and is ideal for guests requesting the exclusivity of a suite and offers privacy and the quintessential romantic setting for honeymoon couples.
Built in the same style and grandeur as Albida Suite with a custom-designed octagonal room tent, this has gauze windows, which may be rolled up during the day, on seven sides of tents.
The adjoining bathroom has a canvas roof with double basin, shower and free standing bath with organic ferro walling interspersed with natural wood allowing privacy but also a sense of open air bathing.
A lounge appointed with comfortable, plush chairs and sofas and accented with fine antiques sits toward the front of the suite alongside a private pool set at the edge of the river.
This area is perfect for relaxing while viewing the confluence of the Zambezi with the Chongwe and a dining area allows meals and drinks to be taken in the suite or in the main camp.
Activities include game drives, including night drives in the National Park or along the Chongwe River, walking safaris, cruising, fishing and canoeing.
Game drives are conducted day and night in the park. The likelihood of not seeing one other vehicle on a four-hour drive is very good. All guides, when qualifying for the area, are lectured extensively on etiquette.
Chongwe specializes in walking safaris, affording the time to learn about the not so obvious secrets of the bush. Walking adds an extra dimension to your game viewing, and also gives the chance to appreciate the beauty and tranquility of the bush.
The Lower Zambezi is renowned for superb canoeing safaris - the most unobtrusive way to encounter big game.
- Canoeing trips
- Sunset cruises
- Bird watching
- Open vehicle guided drives, night drives
- Walking safaris