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Together, Side By Side

The Mushekwa village is a short boat ride from our lodge. We sit side by side (with it on our left, if you’re looking at the river, not from it). To our right is Muluka, the fishing village. We’re far away enough from both to allow for t...

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10 Rules of Canoe Etiquette When on the Zambezi

The Tatler’s guide to yachting etiquette calls for “no shoes, swagger or silliness, please.” You could say the same rules apply to canoeing down the great Zambezi River. Here are a few of our own polite requests... Our 10 Rules of C...

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A Moveable Feast Through Zambia

We have launched a special Zambian-style feast for our new multi-course tasting menu. Consider it a culinary adventure along our riverbank and through our greater national terroir, an honouring of the families living here today and the g...

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The Skimmers Are Here, the Skimmers Are Here!

The skimmers are here, the skimmers are here! Ah, how sweet those words are to hear. We wait all year for them. When we’re away from the river, dispatches announcing the news find us and onto the plane we climb. Because there’s no ign...

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10 Questions with Royal Chundu Chef, John Siantuba

Meet one of the true stars of our culinary family at Royal Chundu John Siantuba...   How did you start working as a chef at Royal Chundu and what is your role today? I started working as a chef de partie in 2012 and today I am ...

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