Exotic, Safari Escape along Zambezi River near Victoria Falls, Zambia
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- Swimming pool
The Bird House - The Bird House comes with an open-air sunken bath and a private terrace for dining under the stars.
The Tree House - A hidden path winds along the cliff face to this off-the-beaten path tree house. It is set against basalt rocks and surrounded by Ebony trees. The house is equipped with a pine deck affording romantic views of the Zambezi River. It includes a king size bed with large, canopied mosquito net, A/C, and a spacious dining and lounge area. The bathroom features a claw foot tub. The Anatolian carpets, the Asian chests and West African artwork make this accommodation even more exquisite.
The Dog House - comes with 2 en-suite rooms, a large living area and private plunge pool.
The Nut House - Check into this house where colorful glass tiles reflect the sunrise in African patterns onto the wood and stone walls. The accommodation has folding doors that lead into a private garden and an infinity plunge pool. Its elevated position on the river bank provides spectacular views over the Zambezi.
River Cottages - are ideal those who do not wish to sleep in open fronted rooms but still want to fall asleep to the sounds of the wilderness. These cottages are close-fronted with netting in the windows.
The Garden House - is set at the river's back and is suitable for families. It is a very private and safe accommodation that comes with a spacious dining room, a large lounge, 2 double en-suite bedrooms and a private plunge pool.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Running water
- Cell service
- Safe box
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Dining room
- Game room
- Linens and pillows
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Air conditioning
- Outdoor pool
- Pool table
The Lookout - is a chill lounge with dining and cocktail decks overlooking the Zambezi river.
Spa - Exclusive massage and body treatments include Shiatsu, Reflexology, Swedish massage, sports massage, Indian head massage, Tonga Traditional and Aromatherapy.
Weddings - Whether it's tying the knot, renewing your vows or celebrating your romantic honeymoon, the hosts are experts in creating a lavish, unforgettable and expertly-tailored experiences to commemorate the most important day in your life on the very edge of the majestic Victoria Falls. Your wedding day starts off with a formal registry ceremony at Livingstone City offices, followed by a traditional blessing from a local pastor. No matter how big the groups is, the hosts will cater for all of your guests and can arrange suitable accommodation in the surrounding area. The professional staff will take care of everything from legalities required by the registry office (a Zambian wedding is internationally recognized), the blessing, the order of service, flowers, menus, cakes, and guest gifts, to the choir, professional photography and local entertainment (DJ, local dancers), and more.
Honeymoons - The romantic escape is a natural fit for your honeymoon. Each of the six houses is set in a private, intimate area affording picture-perfect views of the Zambezi river and private decks for cozy candlelight dinners under a canopy of stars. The following activities are recommended for honeymooners: candlelit dinner floating on a Sampan in the Zambezi while having the courses delivered to you by canoe, a sunset boat trip along the Zambezi under white cotton sail on an original bleached wood Malawi Dhow, a meal for 2 in The Lookout, and more.
Community Support - The hosts are part of the Tujanane Trust School, which provides education for uneducated children, and take part in HIV awareness programs such as the Aids Council of Zambia and Share, an American funded public private partnership in the global fight against HIV and AIDS.
Sustainable Practices - The lodge's objective is to keep the carbon footprint as low as possible. To achieve this goal, the lodge:
Recycles uniforms, books and educational supplies. Tujatane community school is very actively engaged in teaching environmentally friendly practices to the kids. The school has a gardening club and children visit the escape's gardens to learn more about gardening.
Orders wood supplies from sustainable forests in the Copper belt near Ndola. On-site, there is also a Vivreau still and sparkling bottling system that saves 20,000 plastic water bottles a year and around 2,000 tin cans.
Has an organic garden where fresh produce is picked on a daily basis for your dining delight.
Brings in world specialists to pass on skills and expertise to the local staff.
Has bought 3 aluminum boats that are similar to the old banana boats, but more spacious and more stable .
Has installed a purification plant. The recycled water is used for irrigation and to feed the lodge's wildlife dam.
Uses solar power as an energy supply. The waste water system pump is also solar powered. Cooking is done with gas. All the soap shampoo and cleaning products for the rooms and kitchen are biodegradable.
- Bicycle rental
- Front desk service
- Laundry service
- Sports equipment storage
Location + Surroundings
For adventurous travelers, the escape offers activities that will make your heart skip a beat: microlight flights and helicopter flights over Victoria Falls, bungee jumping, whitewater rafting, game drives, gorge swings, and more. For more relaxing days, guests can participate in village visits, candlelight dinners on a Sampan, kayaking, Livingstone Island and Chobe National Excursions, and more.
The chalets are suitable for families, couples and honeymooners alike! The perfect lush Zambia safari wedding can be expertly tailored with everything that the heart desires!
- Safari/Game drive
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
The following activities are included in the rates:
Canoeing on the Zambezi, island Lunch, Sampan floating candlelight dinner, visit to Mukuni Park, sunrise and sunset boating, Simonga village visit Victoria Falls visits, guided bush walks, museum Tour, fishing, game drives, Maramba Market visit.
Other activities include: Livingstone Island visit, elephant trails, white water rafting, helicopter rides over Victoria Falls, microlight flights over Victoria Falls, luna rainbow (witness a lunar rainbow over Victoria Falls during full moon. Best moon bow viewings are just after the rains from April-September.), gorge swing, bungee jumping, jet boating, tandem kayaking, horseback riding, fly fishing, quad biking, golf, a day at Chobe National Park ,and more.
Family-friendly activities include: trekking in and around property grounds while learning the sights and sounds of the surrounding nature, visit to Tujatane, where children can play games with the local children and learn some interesting facts about their daily lives, Tiger fishing lessons, African story telling around the campfire, tailored tours of the Victoria Falls, town center and games drives, African treasure hunt, drumming sessions around the campfire, board games in case of bad weather. Also check out the Mosi-Oa-Tunya game park and visit the baby rhino, beetles, worms, and lion ants, and learn some survival skills.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared