Set privately on a hill bordering the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, only 3km away from Victoria Falls in Zambia, is Stanley Safari Lodge. Offering splendid views over unspoilt bush to the spray of Victoria Falls in the distance Stanley Safari Lodge has a tranquil off-the-beaten-track setting away from the tourist hub of Victoria Falls. The open sided main house has been designed with space and views in mind and with African flair. There is a lounge, dining area, upper deck with a library, lovely gardens and an infinity pool surrounded by sun loungers and breathtaking views. Dining here is an intimate experience set up where you want – in the gardens, your room or even in the pool.
Accommodation is offered in 10 individually designed cottages and suites. The cottages are built from natural materials, thatch, screed and stone, are open plan and five are completely open-sided - they literally have no walls, windows or doors. The west facing position of the “open” accommodation and low thatch eaves counter the prevailing winds and rain, and the warm down duvets allow you to comfortably see and smell the incredible aura of a typical African storm. The suites include private plunge pools, a lounge, bedroom and bathroom with two suites also open-sided and two closed with colonial style interiors. All accommodation offers en-suite facilities with most having a bath and shower; bathroom amenities, mosquito nets and a deck or terrace from which you can see the spray of the Falls in the distance.
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Their private table set-up ensures you can enjoy your dinner from any place you desire. Just pick a spot: on the upper deck, in the wine cellar, outdoors under the stars or in the infinity pool? Or maybe you would like to have a romantic private dinner in the room? It´s all possible at Stanley Safari Lodge. The European-style cuisine with an African twist will make sure it will meet your appetite.
The range of activities in the Livingstone area (including the Victoria Falls) is enormous. All of these activities do involve, at least to a certain extent, the Victoria Falls or the Zambezi River. You can see the Falls from across the gorge or from Livingstone Island. Or you can opt for a helicopter flight or microlight to enjoy the Falls from above. Or you might want to go on the river for a sunset cruise, river safari, canoe trip or, for the more adventurous, go rafting on one of the best rafting trips in the world. If you didn’t have enough adventure you can go for a bungee jump, gorge swing or abseil. And for wildlife you can go to Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia, Chobe National Park in Botswana or Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Up close and personal you can get during an elephant ride or lion walk.