Livingstone

Situated on the Zambian side of the spectacular Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe’s border is on the other side), the charming colonial town of Livingstone offers excellent accommodation facilities and boasts numerous adrenaline activities.

Named after the legendary missionary and explorer Dr. David Livingstone – the first European to discover, name and tell the rest of world about the mighty Victoria Falls – the town of Livingstone is the ideal base from which to explore the magnificent falls and the game-rich surrounding National Parks. It is the main gateway into the region with access via the Livingstone Airport and is only 6.2 miles from Victoria Falls.

Victoria Falls, named after Queen Victoria, are neither the highest nor the widest falls in the world, though the are the largest in terms of the amount of water displaced. Named ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ (the Smoke that Thunders) by the locals, the falls are an understandable source of great pride in the region. Adrenaline junkies revel in bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge, or white water rafting and river boarding down the mighty Zambezi River. A recently introduced canopy tour means that visitors can now walk amongst the treetops of the adjacent rainforest for a completely different perspective.

For the more culturally minded, Livingstone offers a choice of several museums such as the Victoria Falls Field Museum, the Livingstone Museum, the Maramba Cultural Museum and the Railway Museum. The town also offers the best access to the famous Livingstone Island – where Sir David Livingstone first laid eyes on the falls – which is the larger of two landmasses in the Zambezi River.

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Islands of Siankaba

Do you crave incomparable luxury combined with the splendour of nature and the authenticity of an African Safari? The Islands of Siankaba is the ideal destination for discerning visitors who like the best of both worlds – plush luxury in one of the wildest parts on earth! This lodge is located between the Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park. It is uniquely set across two spectacular private islands in the waters of the Zambezi River, with walkways linking the islands together.

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Sanctuary Sussi and Chuma

The Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park is home to the exclusive Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma, a boutique lodge situated 12km from the Victoria Falls on the banks one of the most beautiful sections of the Zambezi River. Tucked away amongst the trees, twelve luxury Sussi tree houses that are connected by wooden walkways offer guests a birds-eye view of the African bush and wildlife that surround them.

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The River Club

If you are looking for a luxurious African safari destination where you can experience the Big Five up close and then retire to an elegant Edwardian mansion, you will be very excited about The River Club in Zambia. Voted the premier destination on the Zambezi River and in the top fifty safari lodges in Southern Africa by Travel and Leisure magazine in 2010, the River Club is classified as an eco-luxury lodge and forms part of an exclusive group of destinations.

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Toka Leya Camp

Toka Leya Camp

The scenically located Toka Leya luxury safari camp in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park allows guests to get up close and personal with African wildlife and nature. Entering the camp by boat, visitors are immediately immersed in their natural surroundings with the roar of the Zambezi River guiding their journey.

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Waterberry Lodge

Waterberry Lodge

Waterberry Zambezi Lodge is all about comfort, being close to nature and welcoming families with open arms. Waterberry doesn’t try to be a 5 star lodge – it represents excellent value-for-money. Set on 750m of waterfront property, Waterberry offers ease of access to the beautiful Zambezi and to river activities. In its serene setting 45 minutes away from the bustling tourist area of the Victoria Falls, it is far enough away to provide the tranquility that one so desires on holiday in the wilderness. Accommodation is in the form of seven bungalows, allowing for a more intimate environment for guests.

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Royal Zambezi Lodge

Royal Zambezi Lodge

Nestled on the banks of the Zambezi River, Royal Zambezi Lodge is the epitome of luxury. The family-owned property is ideally located on the edge of the Lower Zambezi National Park, directly opposite the Mana Pools, perfect for ease of access to activities, from game fishing to guided canoe trips. The lodge offers accommodation in 10 Classic Suites and in four Deluxe Suites.

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Royal Chundu Zambezi River Lodge

Royal Chundu Zambezi River Lodge

Royal Chundu is enviably located along the banks of the Zambezi River and is made up of two separate lodges; The River Lodge and The Island Lodge. The River Lodge comprises of 10 suites, each with king-size beds with showers, air-conditioning and large dressing rooms. The communal main lodge area has a library, infinity pool, boma and all the mod cons. The Island Lodge has four Ultimate Villas with all the same features as the River Lodge Suites, plus formal dining areas and private dining decks. There are also open baths, allowing for relaxing out in nature.

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The Royal Livingstone

The Royal Livingstone

Situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, the internationally acclaimed Royal Livingstone Hotel offers a truly nostalgic and uniquely African experience. The 173 en-suite guestrooms each have their own private terrace that overlooks the Zambezi River and are an elegant blend of tribal charm and Victorian luxury.

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Tongabezi Lodge

Tongabezi and Sindabezi

Nestled on the banks of the Zambezi River, just upstream of the magnificent Victoria Falls, you’ll find Tongabezi and Sindabezi Luxury Safari Lodges. African by name and African by nature, they offer all the elements an African lodge should have: warm hospitality, smiling service, luxury, wildlife, tranquillity, seclusion and adventure.

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The Zambezi Sun Hotel

Avani Victoria Falls Resort

For a family holiday with easy access to safaris and wildlife, the Avani Victoria Falls Resort (previously called the Zambezi Sun) offers outstanding value, fabulous service, and an outstanding setting. Established as a high value getaway, the hotel offers 212 en-suite rooms – each affording a view of either the wild, African bush or the swimming pool.  Noted for it’s prime location, remember to request a room you can hear Victoria Falls from – they’re a 5min walk away and guests have free and unlimited access to them. More laid-back than its sister resort, the Royal Livingstone, it continues the tradition of warm, African hospitality and charm.

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