Royal Chundu Zambia, a haven of quiet solitude and untouched beauty, is situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River just upstream from the magnificent Victoria Falls on a 15 km stretch of private waterway, which is protected by two sets of rapids.
Explore the lifeblood of Victoria Falls – canoe the waters where hippo pods roam, toss your line into the deep-flowing channels to wrangle the stubborn tiger fish, meet the people who call the riverbanks home and meander along its current on a sunset cruise. Venture to Katombora Island in the middle of the Zambezi, peppered with 2,000-year-old jackalberry trees and python creepers. Picnics on Persian rugs are set up beneath the trees, accompanied by the sounds of the coursing rapids and African fish eagle’s cry.
Voted as the 4th Best Resort in Africa and 9th Best Resort in the World in the Condé Nast Traveler’s 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards, Royal Chundu sits on the banks of the Zambezi River which hugs the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe.