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
Although we had initially booked the Zambezi Sun, we were lucky enough to be upgraded to the Royal Livingstone. The location of the 2 hotels is perfect for being close to ... 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
I had a really terrific food poisoning, probably attributed to a prawn ciabbata sandwich eaten on the first day. God bless imodium, ciprofloxacillin and dioralyte! Someone ... 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
What a great place!! We had the Nut House which was sublime. That said, it is the furtherest from the lodge including a good number of slightly unstable stairs (not ... 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
The Islands of Siankaba was a wonderful place to relax at the end of our holiday, and as Megan had suggested it really gave us the best of both worlds: the opportunity to ... 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
The Chef should be at a 5 star London hotel. Fabulous food. Lovely staff and great spot covering mini safaris, river and The Falls. Highly recommended. 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
After about 32 hours of travel from the US, we were met by a Waterberry Zambezi Lodge rep at the airport. We loved that the lodge is away from Livingstone. Our room ... 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
Excellent place to chill-out. Very attentive staff, and very good at getting me from one activity to the next. Peter was an excellent host. I should have spent four ... 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
Lovely lodge and excellent views. We felt some of the activities were seriously overpriced e.g $120 each for a cream tea.... Also having to chose breakfast the night ... 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
Lovey place to relax. All rooms have a small deck overlooking the river. The food was good but the menu for lunches and snacks was quite limited. Room rate includes ... 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 house ...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