STANLEY SAFARI LODGE

Livingstone
Set on a hill bordering the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and overlooking unspoiled bush, Stanley Safari Lodge is just two miles from the Victoria Falls. The views are splendid - the spray of the Victoria Falls in the distance, the mighty Zambezi River and on top of that yet another beautiful African sunset. From either the main garden, the infinity pool or from the privacy of your room, the views are unmatched. The atmosphere at Stanley Safari Lodge is tranquil and intimate, and with only ten private cottages and suites you are assured of an unmatched level of entirely personalized service.
Four of the rooms are suites that include a private plunge pool with deck or terrace, a lounge area, a bedroom and a bathroom with bath and separate shower. The Honeymoon Suite and Family Suite are open suites, which enables you to absorb the sights and sounds of the African bush fully. The Livingstone Suite and Stanley Suite are closed suites with a colonial interior that evoke the elegant era of Stanley and Livingstone. The cottages, six in total, are all in Safari style built with natural materials.
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Baobab is a closed cottage, but all other cottages (Birds Room, Zambezi View, Mukuni, Mosi-oa-Tunya and Victoria) have an open structure to enhance to your Zambian experience. All these cottages have a bath and shower with all the luxuries you might desire. From the deck or terrace you can enjoy the splendid views of the Zambezi Valley.
 
AT A GLANCE
  • 10 rooms - 4 suites and 6 cottages
  • En-suite bathrooms with double basins, bath tubs and/or showers
  • Swimming pool
  • Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Wonders of the World
  • Located 2 miles from Victoria Falls
  • Activities available in and around Livingstone include safaris in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, Chobe day trip, elephant ride, lion walk, horse riding, visit to authentic African villages, museum, markets and of course the Victoria Falls. Livingstone Island, helicopter or microlight flights, canoeing, fishing, river safari, sunset cruise, rafting, bungee jumps, river boarding, abseiling, gorge swing – the list is endless
  • All Inclusive: 3 meals daily, all local drinks, tour activities, laundry
  • 220-240 A.C. with back-up generator and UK style 3 square pin plugs
 
Honeymoon Suite
If Stanley Safari Lodge is the perfect setting to celebrate your honeymoon, then the honeymoon suite is the perfect room for that. With a superb view of the spray of the Falls from the bedroom or the private plunge pool, you wish you never had to leave. The Honeymoon Suite is an open room with a private lounge, a bedroom and a bathroom with bath, an outside duo-shower and a loo-with-a-view. A private wooden deck at your own plunge pool ensures you can enjoy the African climate as much as you like. The lounge area has a comfortable couch with a fireplace which you might want to use in winter time to enjoy a private and romantic dinner. But you might also want to have it on your deck under the African stars!
 
Family Suite
Stanley Safari Lodge has two family suites of which the Family Suite is one of them. The Family Suite is an open room. Being one of the most popular rooms, it fits two adults and two children up to twelve years old. The private plunge pool and private garden gives enough space for children to play. The Family Suite has a master bedroom with adjacent bedroom area for the children with built-in beds, a bathroom with bath and shower and as a bonus an outside area with a bucket shower.
 
Stanley Suite
The air-conditioned Stanley Suite is ideal for families and is a closed room. Staying in the Stanley Suite means you travel back with your family to the elegant times of Stanley and Livingstone. With an entirely colonial interior, you will relive the times of a by-gone era where explorers wandered around the African bush. As a new explorer you will enjoy the Stanley Suite with its own private plunge pool. With a separate bedroom this suite is perfect for families with two or three children. The separate bedroom has its own bathroom and access to the plunge pool. The Stanley Suite has a private lounge with fireplace, a master bedroom and a bathroom with separate bath and shower. From your terrace you have great views of the Zambezi Valley while enjoy a sun-downer drink.
 
Livingstone Suite
Staying in the Livingstone Suite means you travel back to the elegant times of Stanley and Livingstone. With an entirely colonial interior, you will relive the times of a by-gone era where explorers wandered around the African bush. As a new explorer you will enjoy the Livingstone suite with its own private plunge pool. The Livingstone Suite is a closed room. The air-conditioned Livingstone Suite has a private lounge with fireplace, bedroom and a bathroom with a bath that will take your breath away. From your terrace you have great views of the Zambezi Valley while enjoy a sun-downer drink.
 
Victoria Cottage
When David Livingstone saw the Victoria Falls for the first time, he felt he did not have another option than to name them after his Queen, Queen Victoria. They were so beautiful that no other name would match them. Victoria is one of the most popular cottages and that might be because of its bath right at the edge of the room with great views. Victoria is an open cottage with an open wooden deck, a bedroom with splendid views, an adjacent bathroom with a bath and separate shower. Its interior is very African style.
 
Zambezi View Cottage
Zambezi View is an open cottage. This is one of the rooms where the views are the best from every angle of the room - from your bedroom, from the bath or shower, from your first or even second terrace. You can see a large stretch of the Zambezi. You might want to stay in your room all day! The Zambezi View cottage has a bedroom with adjacent bathroom with elevated bath and open-air shower. 
 
Mosi-oa-Tunya Cottage
Mosi-oa-Tunya means “the smoke that thunders” and that is how the Victoria Falls were originally named by the local population. And indeed you do see the spray of the Mosi-oa-Tunya from this open cottage. The cottage has a bedroom with a roofed terrace, and an elevated bathroom from where one can still enjoy the views of the Zambezi Valley. Its interior is very African style.
 
Mukuni Cottage
Mukuni is the name of the neighboring traditional village of Mukuni, one of the oldest villages of Zambia (over 700 years old) and still ruled by its traditional ruler, His Royal Highness Chief Mukuni, Monarch of the Victoria Falls. Mukuni is an open cottage with an open terrace, a bedroom with splendid views, an elevated bathroom from where one can still enjoy the views of the Zambezi Valley. Its interior is very African style.
 
Birds View Cottage
Birds View is an open cottage. In front of the room paradise flycatchers use the teak trees as a nesting area, hence its name. From your private deck however you will still see the spray of the Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River and the sunset. While staying in the Birds room you will enjoy the African bush to the utmost. From your bed and from your bath you have good views over the Zambezi Valley, and from the shower you can enjoy the chattering of the flycatchers in the trees.
 
Baobab Cottage
Baobabs are the majestic, century old trees which makes one think of Africa straight away. And staying in the Baobab cottage will definitely give you an African experience. Baobab is the only closed cottage and has a bedroom with outside terrace with a roof. The bathroom is elevated and is located behind the bedroom, but still with views of the Zambezi Valley.
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