Wednesday, May 20, 2015

David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa // Zambia

The colonial styled four-star David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa, a place of magnificence and royalty, lies on the banks of the world famous Zambezi River at the majestic Victoria Falls in Zambia, Southern Africa.  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'.









The David Livingstone Spa and Wellness Centre located at the David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa Livingstone, Zambia has been named 2014 Continent Winner Africa for “Best Luxury Safari Spa” at the prestigious World Luxury Spa Awards. The award is in recognition of the spa’s outstanding achievement in service delivery over the past year, which was appreciated by guests and industry consultants in the recent voting poll.


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The lodge has a state of the art conference centre and 72 well appointed en-suite rooms, 5 luxury loft suites with private jacuzzi, satellite TV, telephones, internet and air conditioning, all overlooking the mighty Zambezi from private balconies. The Camelot Spa offers a wide variety of treatments while guests relax and listen to the falls tumbling down from a short distance.

Meals are served at Kalai restaurant - a culturally inspired setting situated in the main lodge with contemporary afro-Arabian meals, freshly flavoured, aromatic and healthy - and at Gwembe Terrace around the pool by the river while watching the magnificent African sunset.





Activities in the area include: cruises on the Lady Livingstone, a three-decker vessel perfect for viewing hippos and crocodiles; walks with lions in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park; Jet Extreme, powering through Zambezi’s rapids in Bakota Gorge. Helicopter and microlight flights for fantastic experiences over the falls and river channels, horse riding, tours to the falls and picnics on Livingstone Island, game drives, canoeing, white water rafting, tandem kayaking, abseiling, bungi-jumping, elephant encounters, and the Victoria Falls Steam Train with an adventurous voyage across the majestic falls.


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