Hotels & places to stay in Livingstone & Victoria Falls
Opened in 2001, the 3-star Zambezi Sun is a sprawling resort hotel with an informal atmosphere, and a colourful, fun design throug...More about Zambezi Sun
The location is great. The hotel is an average hotel with average services. After staying at the lodges it's rather impersonal. Certain activities are very expensive... reviews...
Royal Livingstone Hotel
Opened in 2001, the five-star Royal Livingstone Hotel sits in landscaped gardens in Zambia, on the banks of the Zambezi River, ...More about Royal Livingstone Hotel
Anyone going to see the Falls really should stay here since it is truly grand and in sterling terms not expensive. We rounded off our trip to Botswana with a trip to the ... reviews...
Set on the steep banks of the Zambezi River, about 18km upstream from the Victoria Falls, Tongabezi has long been one of the ...More about Tongabezi
A wonderful way to end our trip. A most relaxing and comfortable environment. The visit to Victoria Falls was memorable and the day spent on the Zambezi was wonderful reviews...
Islands of Siankaba
Upstream from the Victoria Falls, about 45km from Livingstone, the very peaceful Islands of Siankaba is built on two densely ...More about Islands of Siankaba
A great location and ambience which we would recommend to anyone. Staff friendly and helpful and sunset boat rides with drinks in the middle of the Zambezi fantastic. reviews...
Toka Leya Camp
The brand new Toka Leya Camp opened in May 2008 – and it's beautiful! Toka Leya Camp is named after the local Toka Leya people, ...More about Toka Leya Camp
Words can't describe what an amazing time we had. Arriving by boat we passed hippos. Staff were so friendly, food was great and the excursions were fantastic. The ... reviews...
To really escape whilst you're near the Falls, consider a few nights at Sindabezi, Tongabezi's private island in the Zambezi...More about Sindabezi
Overall, our experience at Sindabezi was great, and a very pleasant way to begin our African holiday. It was a very relaxing and beautiful spot, made all the better by ... reviews...
The River Club
The River Club sits high on the banks of the Zambezi River with expansive views both upstream and towards the Victoria Falls, ...More about The River Club
Arriving at the Club by boat is fabulous with the hippos in the water for company. Saw a huge, huge crocodile as we approached the camp. Room was very well appointed and ... reviews...
David Livingstone Safari Lodge
Opened in 2008, the imposing four-star David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa is set on the Zambian bank a sweeping bend of the ...More about David Livingstone Lodge
Lovely relaxed place to chill out after safari, a 10 minute ride out of town, but on the banks of Zambezi and very peaceful. All the help you need to organize trips to the ... reviews...
Waterberry Zambezi Lodge
The small, congenial and family-friendly Waterberry Zambezi Lodge, which is usually known simply as ‘Waterberry Lodge’, is set ...More about Waterberry Lodge
We felt like we were in civilization...hairdryers at last! The lodge was very lovely, service was very good, and staff was there to help in every way. reviews...
Stanley Safari Lodge
Bordering the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park near Livingstone, only 3 km as the crow flies from Victoria Falls Stanley Safari Lodge ...More about Stanley Safari Lodge
This is a very nice and intimate lodge and was the perfect place to end our holiday. Many of the other lodges are much larger, which after more than 2 weeks in the bush, ... reviews...
Tangala House is the private home of Ben Parker, one of Tongabezi's founders, his wife Vanessa, who works closely with the local schools in the area, and their young family. It stands on the banks of the Zambezi River, near to Tongabezi Lodge, about 15km upstream from the Victoria Falls. The ...More about Tangala House
Situated roughly 4km upstream from the Victoria Falls, The Zambezi Waterfront offers clean, functional and economical accommodation for anyone wanting to spend some time in the Falls area while not breaking the bank. Thus it attracts a range of ages and styles of visitors, including a healthy number ...More about Zambezi Waterfront