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Private and peaceful, a birdlover’s paradise bounded by wildlife, here you will find the best of Africa’s natural offerings from a seasonal beach and flooded marshes to lush wetlands and open grasslands.

 

Breathtaking Chundu Island, accessible by boat, is only 21kms upstream from Zimbabwe’s legendary Victoria Falls. Eight spacious palm thatched en-suite rooms, each with their own private deck and perfect view of the Zambezi, are nestled beneath the magnificent riverine trees.

 

Chundu is perfectly positioned to provide guests with prime access to the Zambezi National Park, where 4×4 safaris soak up the sights and sounds of the African bush. Enjoy the wealth of the bush and Zambezi River with walking trails, river cruises, birding and fishing.

 

Chundu provides the perfect foil to the bustling town’s excitement. Maximize the flight to Victoria Falls and enjoy the peace and privacy of island living, canoeing and sunset cruises as well as game drives and bush walks.

BIRDERS OVERVIEW

  • BIRD HIDES

  • BIRD GUIDES

  • ACCESSIBLE WITH 4X4 VEHICLE

  • WALKING TRAILS

  • GUIDED GAME DRIVES

  • BIRD LISTS

  • FIELD GUIDE BOOKS

Extensive Wetlands, Grasslands, Riparian.

HABITATS

INFORMATION FOR BIRDERS

One of only a few private concessions in the Zambezi National Park, Chundu Island provides a peaceful base from which to explore this exceptional area. With over 400 recorded bird species, Chundu is a birder’s paradise. Alternatively, view some of Africa’s most iconic animals from elephant, buffalo, warthog, giraffe, zebra, hyena, sable antelope to lion and leopard.

BIRD SPECIALS

African Skimmer, African Finfoot, African Golden Oriole, Collared Palm-Thrush, Tropical Boubou, Schalow's Turaco, Africab Barred Owlet, African Scops Owl, Western Banded Snake Eagle, Yellow-billed Oxpecker, Broad-billed Roller, Ovambo Sparrowhawk.

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