The four-star David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa lies on the banks of the world famous Zambezi River at the majestic Victoria Falls in Zambia, Southern Africa. The Victoria Falls provide a magnificent backdrop to the exclusive David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa.
The Victoria Falls in Zambia, which were named by Dr David Livingstone for his queen, Victoria, in November 1855, used to be known to the indigenous people of Southern Africa by many names, the most meaningful being Mosi-oa-Tunya which means 'the smoke that thunders'. A state of the art conference centre, a tropical swimming pool, wellness centre, restaurant and bar are available to guests during their stay.
Standard room facilities:
The Pool Deck, Gwembe Terrace, The deck area downstairs, on the river, and around the pool, offer a relaxed and casual meeting place or catch the magnificent African sunsets while sipping on cocktails and snacking on local Livingstone restaurants offerings.
Kalai Restaurant, Situated in the main lodge, Kalai offers new meals in a breathtaking setting. Meals range from delicious and traditional delicacies and mouthwatering Afro-Arabian fusion dishes.
Ujiji Bar, Offers a wide selection of South African and international wines and a variety of unique cocktails that can be sipped at the bar, or let your eyes wander and enjoy the magnificent scenery.
The Lady Livingstone, Before a dinner feast at the Kalai Restaurant, a river cruise will be just the thing to get your evening started, with fresh breezes and magnificent sunsets to savour.
The newly built Victoria Falls Conference Center is at the Lodge, which provides the perfect location for meetings, team building, banquets or a wedding. The conference centre overlooks the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park and is a modern, air-conditioned thatched and glass complex. It can cater up to 280 guests in a cinema style seating. There is also an exclusive boardroom facility which provides for up to 12 guests. Break-out rooms are available as are an Organisers Office, Registration Lounge and storage area.
There is an additional outside patio area under a Bedouin tent, which can seat up to 160 guests and overlooks a waterhole in Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park. An open-air Boma and amphitheatre venue are also available which can host traditional cuisine experiences and performances by local talent, all supported by an onsite kitchen and bar.
The Spa & Wellness Center offers a wide variety of therapeutic and beauty therapies and treatments, ranging from intensive sports therapies to mud wraps, facials and manicures. The David Livingstone Spa overlooks the stunning panorama view of the Zambezi River and the Victoria Falls.
A combination of exciting and adventurous activities, such as safari drives, helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls, Zambezi River cruises, white water rafting, canoe safaris, Bungi jumping, lion encounters and elephant back safaris guarantee guests an unforgettable safari experience.
The Lady Livingstone is a 144-seater, three-deck river cruiser, designed to accommodate groups and individuals. Cruises run summer and winter, and always at the perfect time of the say to catch the most magical sunsets. The lower deck accommodates 92 people; the middle deck accommodates 40 people, and the private upper deck provides for 12 people in private luxury.