With 173 spacious en-suite rooms on offer (113 with twin beds and 54 with king-size beds), amazing views are par for the course. Each suite at the Royal Livingstone Hotel has its own private veranda and the hotels lavish five-star accommodation is located in pristine, manicured gardens on the riverbank. Every single part of the experience at this exceptional hotel is characterised by supreme service – from the highly trained butlers right down to the violinist playing sultry tunes at sunset on the riverside wooden deck where sundowners and swish cocktails get the royal treatment. The Royal Livingstone showcases luxury African travel at its finest. All the suites at the Royal Livingstone Hotel
are elegantly decorated and boast crisp white linen, satellite television and air-conditioning, while the Victorian-style bathrooms offer both baths and showers. Three of the suites include separate lounges while the opulent presidential suite has an additional bedroom
Since the hotel is located within this famous Zambian national park, guests can look forward to many game viewing opportunities here. From guided game drives to adventures such as elephant-back rides, this premium strip along the Zambezi River is well known for its wide array of adrenalin-inducing activities. White-river rafting, bungee jumping, gorge swinging and helicopter flips over the falls are just some of the items on the menu here.
For a more relaxing experience, sunset boat cruises and gentle walks in the falls area are incredibly popular too. And if you cannot quite escape the pressures of work, or need an exotic location for a conference, the 12-seater conference centre is well equipped and boasts state-of-the-art finishes – with exquisite wood panelling, a large central mahogany table and comfy leather-backed chairs.
Named in honour of the great explorer Dr David Livingstone, this luxury hotel reflects the elegance and splendour of bygone eras while celebrating unique African architectural elements.
These returning clients of Ilze's did a mammoth trip taking in almost all the highlight safari destinations and must see spots in Southern Africa. They packed in lots of safari action in a variety of eco-systems as well as some time in Cape Town.
These clients thoroughly enjoyed their return trip and furnished us with some interesting feedback about their experiences. They were in excellent hands with tour guide Mark in Cape Town and the Winelands (although they were disappointed with their lodgings in Franschhoek). They loved their safari at Dulini Lodge. And had some awesome hands-on interactions with cheetah at the Victoria Falls and then the elephants at Baines’ Camp in Botswana.
This family were particularly impressed with the logistics of their long and complex African safari. They started with an urban safari in Cape Town and then went into the heart of the Okavango Delta followed by the Savuti region in Botswana. They caught their breath at the Victoria Falls before journeying into remote Zambia for an unforgettable safari in the South Luangwa and the Lower Zambezi.