Chundu Island
African Wildlife Safari Vehicle
African Wildlife
Safari Vehicle

Chundu Island

 

About Chundu Island

Chundu Island is a 1.4km long island on the mighty Zambezi River, only 21kms from Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

With 8 spacious, ‘Zambezi meets Seychelles’ type suites sheltered by huge riverine trees on the island banks, Chundu Island is the ideal place to relax and enjoy nature and one of Africa’s biggest rivers, maximizing your visit to 
the world famous Victoria Falls.

Enjoy the many delights of island living: from secluded island walks, canoeing on the river and sunset cruises to game drives and walks in the Zambezi National Park.

Zimbabwe is coming into its own as a destination, with strong focus on anti-poaching and a lively change in the political situation.  While the Victoria Falls remains a major drawcard to nature lovers around the world, a number of new and exciting tourist destinations and attractions are opening up.  One of these is island experiences, and we believe that an island inside a National Park gives travelers the best of both worlds.  Even better, it’s not just any island, we consider Chundu Island one of the most beautiful river islands in the world. 

Country

Zimbabwe


Wildlife HighlightsWildlife Highlights

Chundu Island with its magnificent riverine trees is home to a family of Nyalas, a troop of monkeys and diverse birdlife, including the rare Schalow’s Turaco. Occasional visitors to the island include elephant and hippo. The bar, lounge and rooms overlook the Zambezi River, most have views of the Zambezi National Park, and all safari activities take place in this park which is home to a variety of species including: elephant, buffalo, warthogs, giraffes, zebra, hyena, sable antelope, lions and leopards. Birdlife is abundant, with more than 400 species recorded in the park, including some very special sightings such as the Schalow’s Turaco mentioned earlier, Pel’s fishing owl, African finfoot and African skimmer. For the fishing enthusiasts highlights of the 75 species of fish that inhabit the river have to be the Nembwe bream and tenacious Tiger fish.

AccommodationAccommodation

8 River View Suites

(6 Doubles /Twins & 2 Family Suites - 20 beds)

Contact and Social Media

To find out more, visit Chundu Island 's website.

To find out more call us on +44 (0)1865 982290 or email us at enquiries at safariawards.com.

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