Unrivalled treehouse luxury
The Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to one half of the mighty Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River. It is also home to Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma – a luxury lodge hidden amidst giant ebony and jackalberry trees, on a quiet bend of the mighty river. The lodge is named after James Chuma and Abdullah Sussi who were faithful guides of famed explorer Dr. David Livingstone during the second part of his Zambezi expedition.
Just 12 kilometres upstream from the Victoria Falls themselves, the lodge’s prime location within this wildlife-rich reserve is unrivalled, with stunning views over the white waters of the Zambezi and a pod of resident hippos. The remote location, far away from the crowds, makes it one of the most exclusive lodges in the region.
Twelve luxury ‘Sussi’ treehouses have been constructed in the canopy of the ancient ebony trees that line the riverbank. Each tree house is connected by an elevated wooden walkway and has a private viewing deck to enjoy the sights of the river. There are two exclusive ‘Chuma’ houses onsite, providing utmost luxury for families or groups of friends with each comprising two en suite bedrooms, a large lounge and a private pool.
This is treehouse luxury at its finest.