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Most travelers assume that they must stay in hotels close to the falls, when visiting Victoria Falls. However, within the vicinity of Victoria Falls are 3 luxury hotels for those wishing for a more unique experience.

Livingstone is the base for travelers who want to explore Victoria Falls, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. In Livingstone, there are 3 luxury hotels near Victoria Falls for those who still want to stay in a safari atmosphere.

Toka Leya Camp 

Toka Leya Camp offers a feeling of true wilderness close to Victoria Falls. It overlooks the mighty Zambezi River and some of its islands within the core of Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Situated on a deck complete with infinity pool and convivial fire pit, the camp allows guests to sit with a drink and relax in true safari style, while looking out onto the river where hippo, crocodile and elephant can be seen.


Waterberry Zambezi Lodge 

Relax after safari or recover from a long haul flight at the Waterberry Zambezi Lodge. Here you can fall asleep to the grumbling of hippos making their way out of the Zambezi River to graze on Waterberry’s lawns. You can also listen to the night sounds of lion, hyena and elephant across the river in the Zambezi National Park. Then you can wake up to Zambian coffee served on a private terrace, living the safari dream. Waterberry Zambezi Lodge is also a bird lover’s paradise. The Waterberry guides are eager to share their love of birdlife. Over 140 types of birds can be found along this peaceful section of the Upper Zambezi River.


Islands of Siankaba 

This is an intimate, remote and cultural private island experience. Islands of Siankaba is nestled among the trees and guests can only arrive at the lodge by boat or mokoro. It’s situated on two small quaint islands on the smaller channels of the Zambezi River. All tents are connected via a wooden walkway, intertwining within the trees. Here, guests can enjoy the company of curious vervet monkeys. They can also dine al fresco under a canopy of Mahogany and Milkwood trees on the island’s nature trail.

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