Stanley and Livingstone



20 minutes from the town of Victoria Falls, built within the exclusive Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve, Stanley & Livingstone will leave you breathless with its charming authenticity. 5 minutes from the Victoria Falls, you’ll sleep to the sounds of distant thundering water.

Lodge and Accommodation

Opulent in every detail of design, from the plush interiors to the manicured green lawns and spouting fountains, the lodge was designed to be something out of the ordinary without sacrificing its European and African influences. Sate your thirst on a drink at the bar or feast on a meal at the restaurant. Take a dip in the pool, lounge the afternoon away on the Sundeck or take in an intimate moment with your family in the Sun Lounge. Wherever you choose to be, the lodge is designed to serve you in every way possible.

Stay in one of the 16 magnificent suites that look out over the private reserve, or one of the 4 chalets that provide even more intimacy. From Honeymoon Suites to Double and Twin abodes, there’s always something to match your family requirements at Stanley & Livingstone. Wherever you stay, the beating heart of the Victoria Falls is always under your feet in a way that is both calming and nurturing.

Activities and Wildlife

With Wild Horizons operating each of the activities available, rest assured that your adventure comes with years of experience and dedicated service. From white river rafting to canopy tours and gorge swings, each of your adrenalin needs will be met.

Guests seeking relaxation will love the sunset cruises along the Zambezi and canoeing the wide river, too. However, it’s the thrill of a Big Five Game Drive that leaves guests slack-jawed and wide-eyed. The vehicle takes you through different biomes, passing water and forest alike. It’s common to see the rare and mighty Black Rhino within the reserve on the morning and afternoon drives. Birdlife is abundant on these trips, as well. Expect your eyes to spend a good deal of time turning in every direction in this wonderland of nature.