Room facilities:24 Hour Reception, 24 Hour Security, Air-Conditioned, Bottled Water, Ceiling Fans, Coffee/Tea Facilities, Conference Facilities, Digital Safes, En-suite Rooms, Full Service Spa, Hair Dryers, Laundry Service, Library, Mosquito Nets, Room Service, Satellite Television, Small Fridge in the Room, Soaking Tub, Swimming Pool
Room facilities:Air-Conditioned, Bottled Water, Ceiling Fans, Coffee/Tea Facilities, Digital Safes, En-suite Rooms, Library, Mosquito Nets, Restaurants, Room Service, Satellite Television, Small Fridge in the Room, Soaking Tub, Swimming Pool
Room facilities:Air-Conditioned, Ceiling Fans, Digital Safes, En-suite Rooms, Hair Dryers, Mosquito Nets, Room Service, Soaking Tub
Bed size:King Beds / Twin Beds
Stanley Safari Lodge is set on a hill overlooking the Victoria Falls and the spray of the Victoria Falls is visible from the rooms. The lodge also borders Livingstone’s Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, and is 3 kilometres from the magnificent Zambezi River.
With only 10 cottages, the Lodge offers exclusivity, and an unmatched personalised service. Most of the accommodation (7units) is half open, allowing guests to experience the sights and the sounds of the bush in a unique way. The remaining 3 units are full enclosed. 4 of the Cottages also have a private plunge pool. All accommodation has mosquito netting. The cottages vary from double rooms to the honeymoon suite, which has its own fireplace and plunge pool. Each of the cottages is individually designed and decorated with local materials, making each one unique. You can also enjoy the use of a private garden, and private dining can be arranged at your cottage, in the wine cellar, or even in the infinity pool!
The main House is spacious, and allows for excellent views of the area. Here you can enjoy sundowners in the African style lounge, and European-style cuisine with an African twist in the dining room. You might also like to relax in the peace of the library or upper deck. The House is also half open, and gives a truly African feel, while the colonial closed suites with private plunge pool evoke the elegant era of Stanley and Livingstone.
You might also prefer to relax and sun-bathe at the swimming pool.
Stanley Safari Lodge is the perfect base from which to explore – and there is a diverse choice of activities, from river rafting and bungee jumping to sunset cruises, and elephant back rides.
You might wish to visit the nearby traditional village which is over 700 years old and still ruled by its traditional ruler, His Royal Highness Chief Mukuni, Monarch of the Victoria Falls. Also worthy of a visit are the Livingstone museum and the lively Maramba market.
The lodge is also happy to arrange activities for the more adventurous – from rafting, bungee jumping and jet boating, to gorge swings.
You might also prefer to enjoy a round of golf at the local, colonial era, Livingstone Royal Golf & Country Club, where there is also a bar and restaurant
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Beach/Pool Ambrellas
- Bottled Water
- Ceiling Fans
- Coffee/Tea Facilities
- Digital Safes
- En-suite Rooms
- Free Secure Parking
- Full Service Spa
- Hair Dryers
- Laundry Service
- Mosquito Nets
- Picnic Area
- Room Service
- Satellite Television
- Small Fridge in the Room
- Soaking Tub
- Swimming Pool
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Livingstone which lies in the Northern part of Zambia along the adjacent the Zambezi river and share the Victoria Falls, with Victoria Falls in Zimbawe. was, until 2012, the capital of the Southern Province of Zambia. Lying 10 km (6.2 mi) to the north of the Zambezi River, it is a tourism centre for the Victoria Falls and a border town with road and rail connections to Zimbabwe on the other side of the Victoria Falls. A historic British colonial city, its present population was estimated at 136,897 inhabitants at the 2010 census. It is named after David Livingstone, the British explorer who was the first European to explore the area.
Mukuni, 9.6 km (6.0 mi) to the south-east of present day Livingstone, was the largest village in the area before Livingstone was founded. Its Baleya inhabitants, originally from the Rozwi culture in Zimbabwe, were conquered by Chief Mukuni who came from the Congo in the 18th century. Another group of Baleya under Chief Sekute lived near the river west of the town. The most numerous people in the area, though, were the Batoka under Chief Musokotwane based at Senkobo, 30 km (19 mi) north. These are southern Tonga people but are culturally and linguistically similar to the Baleya and grouped with them as the ‘Tokaleya’