The colonial-styled David Livingstone Hotel & Spa features 72 immaculate en-suite rooms (with river views) as well as 5 ultra-luxurious loft suites, which boasts their own Jacuzzis. All the rooms have their own balconies and the bathrooms are plush with deep baths with great views as well as separate showers. The communal areas comprise the pool deck and the exquisite infinity pool which is directly on the riverfront, as well as the relaxing Gwembe Terrace, where golden sunsets ensure magical sundowners while the staff ensures that you are plied with superb snacks, elegant cocktails and mouthwatering small meals. Set on the upper floor, the Kalai Restaurant is open-fronted with exquisite
river views and serves a delectable array of buffet meals ranging from contemporary dishes to Afro-Arabian fusion food and delicacies.
The Lady Livingstone three-decker river cruiser accommodates 144 people and afternoon trips aboard this stylish vessel are extraordinary adventures. With regular wildlife sightings both in the river and on its banks, guests are also treated to cocktails and mouthwatering snacks.
Back at the lodge, the acclaimed Camelot Spa is well worth a visit for some serious pampering (treatments like mud wraps and various facials and massage are on offer) – especially to soothe tired muscles and joints if you have taken part in any of the exciting adventure activities on offer in Livingstone, such as bungee jumping, gorge-swinging and white-river rafting.
As the hotel is located on the popular Zambezi Waterfront, many adventure companies are based nearby and it also means the hotel is part of the New Year’s buzz at the end of every year.
Whether it is extreme adventure you are after, or a relaxing riverside safari experience in one of Africas most picturesque settings, the David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa has it all.