Stanley Safari Lodge
Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, Livingstone.
Stanley Safari Lodge lies on the edge of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park approximately 3 kilometres from the Victoria Falls. The lodge provides guests with a very tranquil location from which to explore everything that the area has to offer. Built on a small rise it has great views over virgin bush and is well away from the river itself.
Activities that are included in the nightly rate at Stanley Safari Lodge are mountain biking, a local village and museum tour, a guided tour of the Victoria Falls on both sides of the border, and walking safaris to see the reintroduced White Rhino. Staff will also gladly arrange other activities.
Stanley Safari Lodge has 10 rooms, six cottages and four suites. Each has been designed and decorated with an African atmosphere. Some of the rooms are open at the front while others are completely enclosed but all have views over the bush and towards the spray of the waterfall.
Five of the cottages have an open front for guests to fully absorb their location and let the sounds and smells of the bush in. The sixth cottage has a solid front for more privacy. The honeymoon suite has a larger bedroom with it’s own plunge pool and small fireplace.
An open fronted family suite has the same as the honeymoon suite as well as an extra room for children and both rooms share the bathroom. This room is ideal for families but not for couples sharing.
There are two closed suites called the Livingstone and Stanley that have a built in fireplace that makes them cozier in winter (May to August) and both have a covered terrace and private plunge pool. The Stanley suite has two en-suite bedrooms making this ideal for families. Children of all ages are welcome at the lodge.
Read our Country Information for travel advice to Zambia.
Read our blog on what not to miss out on at Victoria Falls and combine this with Victoria Falls Island Treehouse.
The Victoria Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for further reading on this incredible phenomena visit the UNESCO Vic Falls page.