Property Type: Cottages, Game Lodges
For a classic bush experience in the heart of deepest Africa, experience Stanley Safari Lodge. Situated on the very borders of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya Reserve, this holiday will prove to be the best by far!
Accommodation at Stanley Safari Lodge consists of:
Stanley Safari Lodge boasts 10 exquisite private cottages, offering guests the utmost privacy and unmatched service excellence. Each room has an unforgettable view of the Victoria Falls spray and usually rainbow. Each room has been uniquely designed, making optimum use of Stanley Safari Lodge's natural surroundings and perfect location. Stanley Safari Lodge also offers all guests a laundry service, for your convenience.
Meals are often served outside, under the African night, but guests are more than welcome to dine within their own private quarters. Lunches can also be enjoyed alongside the pool, so you can have a dip in between courses. Sundowners are also a popular favorite amongst Stanley Safari Lodge guests. You can enjoy these in the comfort of the Lounge, or outside.
Activities recommended while staying at Stanley Safari Lodge include bird watching, from the comfort of your room, or outdoors, along magnificent footpaths. There is also a wonderful library available at the Lodge, for those of you who enjoy brushing up on their African history. Then there's the ever-popular bungi jumping and white water rafting at the Falls. Guests can also enjoy beautiful sunset cruises, riding elephants and even walking safaris, where you can witness some of Africa's big five, in their natural habitat. Although at Stanley Safari Lodge, guests are often visited unexpectedly by small herds of elephants. This always proves to be a wonderful surprise, and allows for magnificent photographing.
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