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&Beyond is the world's leader in luxury experiential travel and safaris. Our roots are in Africa and South Asia, where we run 33 magical safari lodges and camps in the most breathtaking parts of the continent and, through this, sustain hundreds of rural communities and millions of acres of precious, sometimes endangered wildlife land.
Sanctuary Sussi and Chuma is an upmarket lodge overlooking the broad Zambezi River, just upstream from the magnificent Victoria Falls.
Guests are accommodated in sumptuous tree houses, built into the living canopy of giant ebony trees lining the bank. Each unit features ensuite bathrooms, mosquito nets, overhead fans, personal bars and a private viewing deck overlooking the Zambezi River.
The guest areas boast a spectacular lounge deck, open-air dining area, swimming pool and lawns sweeping down to the water’s edge. Resident wildlife, such as hippo and elephant, are likely to wander through the lush grounds at any time. Adventures include guided tours of Victoria Falls and the rain forest on the Zambian side, game drives in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, where Zambia's only white rhino can be spotted, a cultural tour of Livingstone, including a visit to the museum and Maramba Village, as well as early morning or sunset river cruises.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
Follow up the breathtaking sight of the Victoria Falls with a safari through some of the richest and wildest wildlife destinations in Africa.
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This charming colonial town, named after the legendary Victorian missionary and explorer Dr David Livingstone, was once the bustling capital of Zambia
South Luangwa is home to an abundance of game, which frequents the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons.
The spectacular Lower Zambezi National Park spans 4 092 km² (1 580 square miles) of pristine wilderness.