With breath-taking views over the infinity pool and across the river, our Boma is the heart of Chewore where our guests can relax in the lounge area or at the bar. It is also here that you will hear the drumbeat letting you know that meals are served, carefully and lovingly prepared by our resident chef and his team.
Chewore Lodge has been designed by a team who have ‘lived on the River’. Each aspect of your stay has not only been carefully thought out, but carefully crafted together by many years of experience in the African Bush to give you a holiday in the wild, that feels like home.
Nestled under ancient Albida Trees, our chalets are tucked away for privacy, but are positioned to give each room an uninterrupted view of the mighty Zambezi River. They have all been designed with the intention of creating the feeling of being immersed in the wilderness alongside simplicity and comfort being key. After a leisurely day on the river and a dinner by the campfire, you will fall asleep to the sounds of the river at night on our extra length sprung mattresses and pure cotton linen. Each chalet has an en-suite with high-pressure showers big enough for two.
The Infinity Pool
Chill out on the extra-large sun loungers with a cold drink or take a dip in the pool to cool down After a long day of fishing, immersing yourself in the crystal clear waters of the infinity pool, overlooking the river is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
As you drive into Camp, you drop down into the Forest which is a green belt for the animals that live here. Faidherbia albida, commonly known as the Albida’s or Giants, are home to not only us, but an abundance of bird life, our resident waterbuck, impala, kudu and eland and elephants.
Perhaps it is that the trees which are hundreds of years old hold a secret or that their size is so great they dwarf the elephants, whichever it is, there is certainly magic in the Forest.
Situated next to the Infinity Pool, the campfire has become a home to many a story tale and great laughter. As the sun sets, guests come in from the boats and gather around the fire for an evening drink and snacks before dinner to retell the days adventures or just take a moment to appreciate their surroundings and the dusk sounds of the African Bush.