The wilderness area of the Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia is vast and diverse.
The location of the house is at the end of a massive Winterthorn grove, on the banks of the peaceful Chongwe River, a tributary of the Zambezi in Zambia. The view of the nearby mountainous escarpment is spectacular.
The Lower Zambezi National Park in Zambia is famous for huge male Elephant feeding through the Winterthorn grove in which the House is situated. This amazing game experience is enhanced by the fact that the Chongwe River itself is the main water source for most of the game in the area.
The highlight of Zambia is the comfortable camps. The camps remain small and predominantly owner-run. Zambia has perfected the art of 'bushcamps' in remote areas. The guides, mostly locals, are exceptional and are probably the best in Africa, with ample knowledge of the flora and fauna.