AboutStanley Safari Lodge
Stanley Safari Lodge is an exclusive getaway set on a hill bordering the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and overlooking unspoilt bush, not far from the mighty Victoria Falls.Enquire now
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The Victoria Falls is where the wide Zambezi River simply drops some 100 meters into a narrow gorge. The Falls lie across the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe, and Livingstone is the town on the Zambian side. Called “Mosi-oa-Tunya”, (the smoke that thunders) in the local language the Falls are one of the seven wonders of the world and when you first come to Zambia, Livingstone is a must visit destination.
Set on a hill bordering the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and overlooking unspoilt bush, Stanley Safari Lodge is only three kilometer from the Victoria Falls. Stanley Safari Lodge is tranquil and intimate, and with only 10 private cottages or suites we are able to give you an unmatched level of entirely personalized service. The accommodation is unique, individually designed and with an eye for detail that will make sure you will enjoy your African experience to the utmost. You are able to see the spray of the Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River and the African sunset from every cottage & suite.
The ten rooms are each unique, individually designed and with an eye for detail that will make sure you will enjoy your African experience to the utmost. And from every room you are able to see the spray of the Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River and the African sunset. There are 4 suites, each having a private plunge pool with deck or terrace, a lounge area, a bedroom and a bathroom with bath and separate shower. The 6 cottages are all in Safari style built with natural materials and are either closed or opened.
· Guided tour of The Victoria Falls (Park Fees are extra).
· A visit to Mukuni Village, an experience of the real Zambia & Livingstone Museum tour – for information about the Livingstone area (History, Natural History and Cultural) and also hosts a section on David Livingstone with many of his original letters on display.
Open top vehicles, affording you total 360 degree vision.
Boating, Rafting & Canoeing
· River Safaris allow you to get up close with the wildlife.
· White water rafting is high on the list for any adrenalin junkie.
· Canoeing down the Zambezi River is an adventurous experience.
· Boat trip to Livingstone island for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea to explore the island and take a dip in the Devil's pool (seasonal).
· Zambezi River Fishing.
· Visits to a traditional Zambian market.
· An historic 4-course dinner experience aboard the Mulobezi line steam train.
For the adrenaline junkies and adventurers
· Bungee jumping.
· Gorge swing.
· Flying fox.
· Quad biking trails.
· Horse riding trails.
· Microlight/helicopter flights.
Livingstone is known as home of the Victoria Falls but also offer some game viewing opportunities from Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. The park has a lot of antelope species, elephant, zebra, buffalo and perhaps what most are keen to see is the white rhino, and a pack of wild dogs.
The rhino were reintroduced in 1994 and are a major highlight as rhino in Zambia is only seen in one other place, North Luangwa. The guide walks offer the best chance to site the rhino as opposed to game drives.
The beauty of Livingstone is that you can see game even from the Zambezi River – elephants and hippos are a common site. There are many bird species as well and the most commonly see are kingfishers, African skimmers, and swallows.