Activities

HORSE RIDERS - For those of you who love and want to ride horses. We have horses for all levels of riders in our stables. Enjoy a morning or afternoon hour and half or do a more extensive ride with us. During the Polo Crosse season (March to September) the Livingstone Polo Crosse club which is on our premises gathers together for practice every Sunday. You are welcome to take a walk up to the fields to join us or hire a horse and play! 

​WILD LIFE LOVERS and BIRDERS - Chundukwa is a naturalist’s haven. Enjoy the indigenous surrounds of the lodge and menagerie of animals that share our lives, or go further afield. Spend a day in Chobe National Park, see the White Rhinos in our local Musio-tunya Park. Make use of our exceptional bird watching opportunities -over 100 species of birds including the African Fin Foot and the Livingstone Taraco only found in this area. 


The Camp

Chundukwa River Lodge







Chundukwa is an “African Bush style Lodge” with chalets built on stilts on the river. The lodge itself sleeps 12 guests, offering a sense of space and relaxation to all. It is our aim to be open and flexible to our guests’ needs and desires by maintaining a small and intimate atmosphere we are able to give one on one attention to everyone .... It’s about comfort, space and relaxation, adventure, home cooking and fireside stories. And wherever you are in the lodge you can see the beautiful Zambezi River. 

5 Stilted thatched chalets with panoramic views of the river and private bathrooms – earthy rustic Zambian décor. Chundu Cottage can sleep 5 adults or 4 adults & 2 kids, open plan lounge & kitchen, own pool, covered verandah. 

Accommodation

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Activities

Chundukwa is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, 25km upstream from the Victoria Falls.

It offers the best of both worlds – whilst only a 30 minutes’ drive to the Falls the lodge is tucked away in

a quiet riverine wilderness. 


Livingstone town, named after David Livingstone, the first European to explore the area, lies close to the Falls and the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. A well-known tourism centre, it exudes charm and a sense of history, a bustling town that lends itself to explorations on foot. From museums to arts and crafts, as well as a selection of exciting activities that range from mild to adrenalin-inducing – like abseiling, white-water rafting and canoeing – Livingstone lives up to its reputation as one of the premier “adventure capitals” of Africa.