Standing on the banks of the Chongwe River, a quiet tributary of the Zambezi that borders the Lower Zambezi National Park, is a unique and elegantly designed, private home: the Chongwe River House. Pushing the boundaries of bush architecture, Chongwe River House offers sensational views of the dramatic mountainous escarpment of the Lower Zambezi National Park, and in the foreground, the magnificent river frontage. Designed by architect Neil Rocher – a designer focusing on ecological tourism projects – this lodge seems to almost naturally sprout out of the African soil. With its synthesis of organic flowing shapes and figures, following the curves of tree trunks and branches, this lodge exudes a true safari sensation, making you feel intimately connected with the natural environment. The house provides a perfect stay for small groups and families, who are looking for unforgettable wildlife sightings (the Chongwe area is famous for its large elephant herds, which you can view from your own deck) and the dedication of personal house managers Scott and Kim, guide Moses, a chef and support staff.
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