Stanley Safari Lodge
Stanley Safari Lodge is located on a hill overlooking the |Zambezi and the spray of the Victoria Falls, and bordering the Mosi Oa Tunya National Park.The lodge has superb luxury cottages, each individually designed and built in traditional african materials and offering some of the best sunsets in the world.
Stanley Safari Lodge offers 7 spacious and comfortable cottages with 2 members of staff for every client. A highly personalized service is offered at the lodge, with focus on individual attention.
Accommodation varies from double rooms to the honeymoon suite, which has its own fireplace and plunge pool. Each of the cottages are individually designed, decorated with local materials and all rooms are entirely different, catering for the discerning traveller.
All the cottages have their own private garden and dining area and the open-sided design gives views across the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park to the Zambezi River and the Victoria Falls.
The main house provides a restaurant with French style cuisine but if you wish you can also dine under the stars on the lawn or in the privacy of your own cottage.
The lodge can organise a full range of activities such as horse riding, bush walks, trips to the Victoria Falls, game drives, river boarding, fishing trips, bungee jumping, helicopter flights above the Victoria Falls and fishing and sundowner trips with a beautiful view over the mighty Zambezi. A lunch cruise or a sunset cruise is a more relaxing way to enjoy the beauty of the Mighty Zambezi river
Only 3 km from Stanley Safari Lodge is the 800-year old traditional village of Chief Mukuni, 'Monarch of the Victoria Falls'. Stanley Safari Lodge offers guests an opportunity to visit the neighbouring traditional village, which is over 800 years old.
Evenings can be spent sampling wine from the cellars or unwinding by the hearth, with the matchless African skies providing an unforgettable backdrop.
Guests here can enjoy the sights and sounds of Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River on a peaceful and serene setting away from the crowds.
However, Patricia's best advice was Stanley Safari. I was very concerned when we ventured so far up the hill and terrified when I saw the first gate but delighted when I saw the lodge and the rooms. The rooms were just great and I think I have almost as many photographs a of those as of elephants. The manager, a Belgian whose name again escapes me, did a bit of a hard sell on tours and I'm sure we could have done better deals ourselves but everything went like clockwork and that's worth something. The food arrangements were terrific - we ate at various locations around the establishment and when we asked for a local African meal it was provided along with tuition and explanation. This lodge was really a highlight.
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