David Livingstone Safari Lodge is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park.
Mid-week Madness at The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa Zambia For only K1755 per person sharing per night, you can enjoy all the downtime you need for a mid-week break! Includes Bed & Breakfast
Mdweek madness valid until 30SEPTEMBER 2022
Packages - Valid until 30 September 2022
3 NIGHT STAY: K5999 per person sharing Includes: Breakfast Daily, Two Dinners per person, One Sunset Cruise per person per stay
4 NIGHT STAY: K7999 per person sharing Includes: Breakfast Daily, Two Dinners per person, One Sunset Cruise per person per stay
Excludes - all other meals, drinks and activities not mentioned, Kaza Visa (port of entry USD50) and flights.
DAY 1 - On arrival at Livingstone airport, you will be met and transferred to David Livingstone Safari Lodge
4* The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa is a beautifully appointed thatched lodge oozing with charm set on the banks of the mighty Zambezi, named after the intrepid traveler, David Livingstone. Stay in a Suite with a Jacuzzi, whiz off in a speedboat to The Elephant Cafe or have a massage at the award-winning Spa. The proud recipient of The World Luxury Spa Award for Best Safari Spa in Africa, the Spa & Wellness Centre comprises several serene treatment and relaxation zones for the ultimate Zambian spa escape. Continue the relaxation at Ujiji Bar whose South African wines and cocktails are brought to you by expert bar butlers followed by a meal at Kalai, The David Livingstone’s healthy Afro-Arabian restaurant. Sit by the infinity pool and watch the misty sheath of the mighty Victoria Falls, have a sun-downer on the teak sun deck, or a safari inside the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park. The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa offers complimentary daily shuttles to Victoria Falls and Livingstone Town just a few minutes away.
If guests arrive on early flight we can book a sunset cruise with snacks and drinks on Lady Livingstone.
DAY 2 – breakfast at hotel
07H00 - Early start for CHOBE DAY TRIP You will be picked up from your accommodation and transferred to the Kazangula border post which is approximately a 45 minute drive. On reaching the border, you will be helped through immigration and taken by speedboat across the river to Kasane in Botswana and through immigration again. From here you will be taken off on a 3 hour game cruise, lunch will then be at one of the lodges in Chobe which consists of a buffet. After lunch you will then go on a 3 hour game drive and are then returned to the border for transfer back to Livingstone, arrive back at hotel at approximately 18.00.
DAY 3 – after breakfast you will be taken to the Victoria Falls Tour A natural phenomenon and one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls is an immense 1.5 km wide curtain of water cascading 111 metres into the Batoka gorge. Around 550 million litres of water fall over the lip every minute making it an absolutely awesome spectacle. Surrounding the falls is a luscious rain forest, sustained year round by spray created by the thundering falls. There are plant species here which are rarely seen elsewhere in Zambia. During peak flow, the Zambian side of the Falls is a spectacular sight and walkways lead to vantage points across the Knife Edge Bridge.
A Victoria Falls Tour will not only enlighten you with the history of the Falls, but also take your breath away with their beauty. A guided Victoria Falls tour will be approximately 2 hours and includes return transfers, guided tour and soft drinks. Please note that a $20 park fee for adults is included in rate
At 10h45 – you will be transferred to Elephant Café by speedboat for elephant interaction/feeding followed by fine dining lunch and drinks. (this may be changed to a dinner if you prefer) there will be a road transfer to take you back to the hotel.
The Elephant Café, awarded Zambia’s Best New Restaurant 2016, is a tented exclusive restaurant built on a wooden deck in the Zambezi River, upstream from Victoria Falls in Livingstone, Zambia. Sitting only 24 people, this exclusive Livingstone restaurant is the centre point of a riverside location that has been home to a herd of rescued hand-reared elephants for many years. The Elephant Café is built on a wooden deck in the Zambezi River, a 25-minute boat ride upriver from Victoria Falls. This Victoria Falls restaurant sits in a place that is not only breathtaking, it’s imbued with an energy of interconnectedness and calm. It’s a place that invites in other wild animals like giraffe, wildebeest, zebra, and antelope from the surrounding Mosi-a-Tunya National Park. It’s a place that’s alive with bush-speak, from the throats of the river birds, from luxuriating hippos, from squabbling monkeys and baboons in the canopy overhead. It’s a place that carries the spirit of the elephant.
Day 4 – breakfast, airport transfer to Livingstone airport.