Exclusive and luxurious, yet quintessentially natural, Chinzombo is tucked into the shade of ancient trees on a bend of the Luangwa River.
Six beautiful villas combine a modern architectural feel with indigenous materials, locally reduced leather, reeds, canvas and recycled composite timber floors. Each beautifully situated villa boasts its own private plunge pool, refreshingly cooled sleeping area and generous bathroom. Bedrooms open out onto shaded decks, while each villa also has a yoga and exercise area, as well as a spa treatment area.
A winding path connects the villas with a shared lounge and dining area set in the shade of msikizi trees. Elegant dining and lounge areas, as well as library, look out onto the river. A tree-shaded pool surrounded by a lookout deck offers a cool place to relax in the heat of the day.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Take a boat ride across the river to enjoy direct access into the game rich Luangwa Park.
- Spend an afternoon on the deck of your villa watching elephants come down to the river to drink.
Whether it’s the utter bliss of solitude and the tranquil wilderness of Zambia or the excitement of tracking the Big Five South Luangwa National Park
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