Livingstone Accommodation


Overlooking the mighty Zambezi River and some of its islands is Toka Leya Camp, consisting of 12 spacious en-suite safari-style tents. Wooden walkways snake between the units and main area, limiting our footprint on this pristine area.Toka Leya exterior

Tent interiors at Toka Leya Camp boast cool wooden flooring, tasteful, uncluttered African décor in earthy hues, climate-control for a cool summer sanctuary, expansive wooden deck from which to soak up the views of the Zambezi River, often to the sights and sounds of birds, elephant and grunting pods of hippo.The islands in front of camp are intriguing and form part of the braided channel of the Zambezi River with several rapids, a main channel and dense vegetation.

The eastern side and main area of camp is under a shady canopy of jackalberry, knobthorn and waterberry trees. The western side is in a more open setting - an ancient baobab tree is the focal point and panoramic Zambezi vistas. Family units are positioned to offer quiet seclusion.




The River Club is Livingstone’s Premier destination on the Zambezi River. Voted by Travel and Leisure Magazine 2010 it is ranked in the Top 3 lodges in Zambia, in the Top 50 in Southern Africa and amongst the top 500 Hotels in the World. The lodge won the Heritage and Culture Award 2009 given by the Zambia Tourism Board for all the work undertaken in these areas within the Livingstone region. It is a proud member of Wilderness Safaris and part of the ECO LUXURY group of lodges around the world.River Club pool

This owner run lodge, located on an magnificent vantage point, provides stunning views over a sweeping bend on the river. Steeped in history ranging from the establishing of Livingstone as a settler trading post, as a destination for Royal travellers and Hollywood stars over the years, a venue for the most extraordinary sporting events in the past to a gateway for displaced people after World War II, Peter Jones and the members of The River Club and Wilderness Safaris are able to provide an intriguing insight into the rich and colourful history that surrounds The Victoria Falls.

Perhaps the most important point to remember is that The River Club is the place where there are no early 05:30 wake up calls, for here guests are encouraged to lie in and enjoy the surroundings. The ‘Do Nothing Activity’ (DNA) around one of the most magnificent pools in the world is very popular indeed, especially at the end of a safari.

There is no doubt that a few nights stay at The River Club will add a new dimension to anyone’s journey to Africa and have them planning their next trip before they have even left to go home.




Sindabezi Island is unique – the discerning traveler’s best kept secret. An idyllic, exclusive camp on our very own private isle on the Zambezi River it is the only luxury bush camp from where Victoria Falls can comfortably be explored. Experience the large number of activities in the area during the day and return to a tranquil haven, a thousand light years away from the bustle at night. Sindabezi Island is currently one of the top 10 eco lodges in Africa according to Fodor’s.

Sindabezi has only five open-sided thatched cottages, allowing guests to soak up the sights and sounds of the African bush in the perfect, pristine setting. Views across the flood plains of the Zambezi and into the nearby National Park complete the experience.

Many guests combine Sindabezi with a stay at our sister property, Tongabezi Lodge, a short boat ride away.Sindabezi Pool area




The Hotel

Protea Hotel Livingstone is located on the outskirts of Livingstone, the tourism capital of Zambia. The hotel is adjacent to the Falls Park shopping and entertainment complex, so there is never a shortage of things to do at and around the hotel.Protea Hotel Livingstone entrance

Protea Hotel Livingstone comprises of 6 buildings with two floors and 80 deluxe rooms for GUESTS to enjoy.

The famous Victoria Falls is a mere 10kms from the hotel, making Protea Hotel Livingstone the perfect venue for sight seeing and more.




Set on a hill bordering the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and overlooking unspoilt bush, Stanley Safari Lodge is only 3km from the Victoria Falls. The views are splendid: the spray of the Falls in the distance, the mighty Zambezi river and on top of that yet another beautiful African sunset. From either our main garden, our infinity pool or from the privacy of your room, views are unmatched.

The open-sided Main House has been designed with space and views in mind and has a truly African feel. Enjoy sundowners in the African style lounge, a 3 course dinner in the dining room or spend some quiet time in the library or upper deck discovering the secrets of Africa.

Our private table set-up ensures you can enjoy your dinner from any place you desire. Just pick a spot: on our upper deck, in our wine cellar, outdoors under the stars or in our infinity pool? Or maybe you would like to have a romantic private dinner in the room? It´s all possible at Stanley Safari Lodge. And our European-style cuisine with an African twist will make sure it will meet your appetite.

The atmosphere at Stanley Safari Lodge is tranquil and intimate, and with only 10 private cottages or suites we are able to give you an unmatched level of entirely personalised service.

Each and every cottage is individually designed. But what makes Stanley Safari Lodge really special is the open design of many of our rooms: the optimal way to experience the real Africa. Just like Stanley must have done centuries ago…And if you really want to indulge yourself, ask for one of our suites with private plunge pool.

So if you are looking for the perfect start of your travels, for the relaxing ending to your safaris, for a nice get-away for a week or for a romantic and exclusive African experience, come and stay with us. We will surely try to make your stay unforgettable.



Tongabezi LogdeTongabezi Lodge is a romantic hideaway on the banks of the Zambezi River just upstream of Victoria Falls. Our friendly team welcomes guests to a selection of houses and cottages, each beautifully styled with furniture and embellishments from all over Africa. Guests can dine beside the river or on their private terrace. Privately owned and run, Tongabezi combines an exclusive ambience with the legendary warmth and hospitality of the people of Zambia.




Zambezi SunThe Zambezi Sun, located on the edge of the eastern cataract of the Victoria Falls, reflects the richness and diversity of the country’s heritage; capturing the very soul of Africa – unpretentious, fun and welcoming.  With its warm, earthy architecture, inspired by an African walled village and simple finishes highlighted in bright mosaics and fabrics as well as intoxicating Zambian artworks and accessories, the Zambezi Sun is set to turn your stay into a memorable experience.

All 212 en-suite guestrooms appealing to families and conference delegates, are open, and airy and acknowledge their African roots in the deep rich red earth colour of the rounded planes of its walls, tastefully decorated with handcrafted fusion of Zambian designs.

All rooms spill outwards into the natural African bush, or face inwards into a vast, cool, landscaped pool with private, shaded balconies offering guests a perfect choice of holiday lodgings.



Royal Livingstone LodgeThe Royal Livingstone is a Sun International hotel. That means you can expect nothing less than the highest level of service and enjoy a myriad of superior activities. In everything we do we aim to exceed your expectations, allowing you to escape into the romance and luxury of your journey.

Translated – The Smoke that Thunders – is the local name for the Victoria Falls. The world-famous cascade of water provides the baseline for your journey into colonial sophistication. Its fine spray may be seen like a cloud across the bushveld, throwing rainbows hundreds of feet in the air. On the forested banks of the great Zambezi River, upstream of the mighty cataract where it thunders into the Batoka Gorge, is The Royal Livingstone. In its cool lounges and shaded verandas, you will encounter the elegance and luxury of an earlier, more courteous age


The Royal Livingstone Hotel comprises 173 spacious en-suite guestrooms, each with its own private veranda, stretched along the river bank.  All guestrooms are luxuriously furnished, with crisp white linen and large comfortable beds to welcome and offer the perfect sanctuary to retire to, after a day spent exploring the mysteries and challenges of this remarkable retreat. Bathrooms feature spacious showers and Victorian style baths, with wildlife pencil sketches adorning the cool ivory-washed walls, reflecting the textures and moods of the Zambezi River.

Dining & Bars

The food served in the restaurants of the Royal Livingstone and Zambezi Sun are inspired by the mixed influences of Africa and the results are a culinary exploration garnered from the many different cultures that prevail in this diverse and delightful continent.

In designing the menus our Chefs were struck by the notion that David Livingstone had, in his explorations of Africa, experienced the widest diversity of food the continent had to offer.

The Livingstone Dining Room

Dress: Smart Open: Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Capacity: 60 seats in the main dining room & breakfast room inclusive with a further 45 on the terrace and 45 on the patio (paved area). (Good weather permitting, numbers vary for bad weather conditions as the patio and terrace area are exposed to the elements) The à la carte restaurant is delightful mixture of modern sophistication and old-world style. Dinner bookings are essential and must be made in advance. The main à la carte menu is a dazzling array of dishes from the river and ocean as well as bush and game fare.

The Lounge

Capacity: 35 seats The lounge offers light refreshments and a wide selection of teas, coffees and pastries. The Verandah ( Lounge Terrace) Capacity: 27 seats Lunch is served alfresco on the veranda overlooking the rolling lawns and the river. Light refreshments are also served throughout the day.

Food Theatre Restaurant

Dress: Casual and informal Open: For breakfast, lunch (on request) and dinner Capacity: 130 seats under cover and 200 seats outside. The restaurant atmosphere is relaxed and casual and provides an enjoyable buffet experience, especially for families.

Crocodile Café

Capacity: It is situated at The Falls Entertainment Centre and guests can sit outside and enjoy a light meal, croissants, pastries, coffees and drinks at this delightful coffee shop.



The Zambezi Waterfront is situated on the northern banks of the Zambezi River, approximately four kilometres upstream from the “Victoria Falls” just opposite Siloka Island.

This establishment is designed to attract the younger more adventurous traveller (and of course the young at heart!) who wish to experience the Great Zambezi River, the wonder of the Victoria Falls and its stunning wildlife surrounds, without great expense. It is designed to cater for all travellers, from camping to basic, good quality chalet accommodation.


Thorn tree river lodgeSet inside the Oa Tunya National Park, Zambia, 12.5km from Livingstone, a few kilometres upstream from the famous Victoria Falls, Thorntree River Lodge known as home of the elephant - offers a riveting bush experience with breathtaking views over the Zambezi River.

Zambia is regarded as the continent's greatest destination with pristine wilderness areas ranging from the mighty Victoria Falls to the popular National Parks of the Luangwa and Zambezi valleys with great adventure activities and game viewing opportunities. Thorntree River Lodge is perfectly positioned in this area with nine secluded, comfortable and spacious suites, all with private en-suite bathrooms and thatched verandas overlooking the Zambezi.


David Livingstone saf lodgeThe colonial styled four-star David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa, a place of grandeur and royalty, is situated 5km from Livingstone and 10km from Victoria Falls known as Mosi-oa-Tunya - the Smoke that Thunders - one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world and Africa's adventure capital.

The lodge has a superbly located intimate 40 seater conference room ideal for executive breakaways or board meetings, a state of the art conference centre is planned to open mid 2012. There are 72 well appointed en-suite rooms, 5 luxury loft suites with private jacuzzi, satellite TV, telephones, in room tea butler and mini bar facility, internet and air conditioning, all overlooking the mighty Zambezi from private balconies. David Livingstone Spa & Wellness Centre offers a wide variety of treatments while guests relax and listen to the calming sounds of the Zambezi in flow and Victoria falls from a short distance.


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