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All meals All drinks (excluding premium brands) Park fees Laundry Emergency medical evacuation Two daily shared game viewing activities. These include a tour of Victoria Falls on the Zambian side, game drives in the National Park, sundowner cruise, local school and village tour, walking safari, fishing and canoeing excursions Return shared transfer to and from Livingstone Airport to the lodge

  • Chuma House

    2 Bed Roomed House. Sleeps 4 Guests

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    Room facilities:24hr Room Service, Bar/Lounge, Bathing Robes, Beauty Services, Complimentary Toiletries, En-suite Rooms, Mini Bars, Mobile LED lamp

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    Bed size:2 Kingsize Beds

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    Room facilities:24hr Room Service, Bathing Robes, Beach/Pool Ambrellas, Complimentary Toiletries, Emergency whistles, Laundry Facilities, Mini Bars, Mosquioto Nets, Porter, Showers, Soaking Tub, Spar Treatment Services

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General

Sussi & Chuma in Livingstone’s Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, offers luxurious accommodation in an idyllic setting. It is named for two of the explorer David Livingstone’s loyal companions.

Guests are accommodated in 12 luxury tree-houses at Sussi, with an additional 2 spacious two bed roomed houses (Chuma Houses), for exclusive use. The Lodge is built into a canopy of giant ebony trees, on the banks of the Zambezi River, and all accommodation is en suite, air-conditioned, and has private decks.

Each of the houses has 2 en-suite bedrooms: a double room with a bath and outdoor shower and a twin room with a bath and in-door shower, along with a spacious lounge and dining room area, kitchenette, outdoor veranda, barbeque area and private plunge pool. Guests have their own chef to cook all meals and a Guide, vehicle and boat for all activities.

The main lodge area houses a raised bar/lounge deck, open air dining area, and swimming pool sweeping down to the water’s edge. Meals are table d’hote with an excellent variety of dishes available, served alfresco, often around a roaring fire in the evening.

There are numerous activities to enjoy and experience, whilst staying at Sussi and Chuma. You can look forward to a guided tour of Victoria Falls and the rain forest on the Zambian Side and a visit to the Semonga Village. There are also game drives in the National Park, motorised boat safaris, sunset river cruises, and fishing on offer.

Only children 9 years and older accepted at Sussi Lodge, but Chuma Houses accept children of all ages.

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Children and extra beds

No children under 6 years. 2 Children can share a room with full paying adults

Activities

Two daily shared game viewing activities. These include a tour of Victoria Falls on the Zambian side, game drives in the National Park, sundowner cruise, local school and village tour, walking safari, fishing and canoeing excursions

Facilities

  • 24hr Room Service
  • Air Conditioned Rooms
  • Airport Transfer (Surcharge)
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Bathing Robes
  • Beach/Pool Ambrellas
  • Beauty Services
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Coffee Making Facilities
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Digital Safes
  • Emergency whistles
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wi Fi
  • Full-service health spa
  • High Speed Internet
  • Mosquito Nets
  • Picnic Area
  • Porter
  • Restaurant
  • Satelite TV
  • Showers
  • Soaking Tub
  • Spar Treatment Services
  • Swimming Pool

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Livingstone

LivingstoneLivingstone is to Zambia what the town of Victoria Falls is to Zimbabwe, the adventure capital. Also known as Maramba, it was once the capital of Zambia before it was moved to Lusaka. Livingstone is in the Southern Province of Zambia. Livingstone due to its proximity to the Victoria Falls has become a popular tourist

Culture and history info

Culture and history infoMukuni, 9.6 km (6.0 mi) to the south-east of present day Livingstone, was the largest village in the area before Livingstone was founded. Its Baleya inhabitants, originally from the Rozwi culture in Zimbabwe, were conquered by Chief Mukuni who came from the Congo in the 18th century. Another group of Baleya under Chief Sekute lived near the river west of the town. The most numerous people in the area, though, were the Batoka under Chief Musokotwane based at Senkobo, 30 km (19 mi) north. These are southern Tonga people but are culturally and linguistically similar to the Baleya and grouped with them as the 'Tokaleya'. The Tokaleya paid tribute to the Lozi of Barotseland but in 1838 the Kololo, a Sotho tribe from South Africa displaced by Zulu wars, migrated north and conquered the Lozi. The Kololo placed chiefs of their subordinate Subiya people of Sesheke over the Tokaleya. In 1855 Scottish missionary traveller David Livingstone became the first European to be shown the Zambezi in the Livingstone vicinity and to see Victoria Falls when he was taken there by the Subiya/Kololo Chief Sekeletu. In 1864 the Lozi threw off their Kololo masters and re-established their dominance over the Subiya and the Tokaleya in the vicinity of the Falls, which became the south-eastern margin of the greater Barotseland kingdom

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