Children aged 9 years and older are welcome. Children of any age are welcome at the private Chuma Houses. Babysitting services are available (additional cost).
Children must be aged 15 and older in order to go white water rafting and canoeing on the Zambezi.
The rooms are all en-suite and include air conditioning, a private viewing deck, mini-bar, mosquito nets, overhead fans, a hairdryer and personal safe.
The main area features a raised bar, lounge area and deck, open dining area, curio shop, swimming pool and a spa.
Activities that are available on site include game drives, canoe trips, walking safaris, river cruises, fishing, tours of the Victoria Falls (Zambian side) and visits to the local school and village.
Canoeing is offered all year but is weather dependent. Dry bags will be provided for valuables. The minimum age is 15 years.
The fishing season generally opens on 1st March each year and closes at the end of November. All fishing is on a strict 'Catch and Release' policy
Additional activities that can be booked include white water rafting, helicopter rides offering unrivalled views of the majestic Victoria Falls from the air and visits to Livingstone Island (additional cost).
Guests at Sussi and Chuma are able to indulge in a range of spa treatments while enjoying spectacular views over the Zambezi River. Treatments included products from the Africology line and guests are able to choose from a range of body therapies, body rituals and facial skin care treatments. Treatments may be booked at the camp reception with the camp manager (additional cost).
Credit card services are available (Visa, MasterCard and Amex cards). US dollars are also accepted however change will be given in the local currency. Diners Cards are not accepted.
The lodge has complimentary Wi-Fi in the main area.
A complimentary laundry service is also available.
Bush Walks / Walking Safaris
No children under the age of 12 are permitted on walking safaris.
A walking safari can last a couple of hours and involve walking over uneven terrain that may contain dangerous wildlife in potentially high temperatures. Guests may need to move quickly and for a sustained period through rough bush terrain if instructed to do so by their guide.
Regardless of age, the final decision on whether a guest can join a walking safari remains with the guide and lodge manager.