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The Zambezi Waterfront in Livingstone

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Whether you´re a single backpacker, a family planning a self-drive camping trip or busy organising an overland group through Africa, you´ll find the Zambezi Waterfront convenient, cost-effective and easy to arrang

The Zambezi Watefront is located just 4 km upstream from Victoria Falls and has a large serviced campsite, a tented village and en-suite chalets. It's situated just opposite Siloka Island and with a clear view of the spray from the Falls.

The resort is designed to cater for all travellers who wish to experience the mighty Zambezi River, the wonder of the Victoria Falls and the many activities on offer in the area without great expense - it's ideal for the adventurous and young at heart. Accommodation ranges from camping to good quality, fully serviced tents and ensuite chalets.

The complex boasts a well serviced campsite set in cool shady surroundings and caters for the overland, backpacking and self-drive market, accommodation up to 90 guests.

On the riverbank overlooking Siloka Island is the "Adventure Village" - a cluster of 3 x 3m bow tents built on raised platforms, each with a spacious verandah. The village accommodates 60 guests in 30 tents. Both site have spotlessly clean ablution facilities with hot and cold showers, basins and toilets.

The Zambezi Waterfront complex has 16 standard twin chalets, six units of which overlook the river. There are also three Executive rooms and four Family rooms.

There is a central dining complex with stunning views both up and down river. A raised wooden deck stretches our over the river with a unique plunge pool, an open bar and restaurant area, reception and a merchandising shop.

The Zambezi Waterfront is family friendly and caters for all ages...

 

Quick Facts

Number of accommodated guests: 90

Number of campsite guests: 60 (with 30 tents)

Children allowed: Yes

 

Amenities and Facilities

  • Central dining complex with stunning views both up and down river
  • A raised deck stretches out over the river with a unique plunge pool
  • Campsite pool
  • Open bar restaurant area, reception, travel centre and merchandising shop

Accommodation Type

The Zambezi Waterfront complex has a choice for budget travelers, from tents on platforms to basic chalet accommodation.


3 Executive Rooms :

  • Double Beds 
  • Top Floor of River Chalets
  • Mini Lounge

4 Family Rooms

  • Sleeps 4 in a Room
  • Top Floor of Chalets in Wooded Area
  • Ensuite

8 Standard Rooms

  • Twin Beds
  • Bottom Floor of Chalets
  • Ensuite

6 Riverside Rooms

  • Twin Beds
  • Riverbank Chalets Bottom Floor
  • Ensuite 

 

Seasons

Low Season

January 1 - April 30, 2012

 

High Season

May 1 - December 31, 2012

 

Cancellation Policy

25% is forfeited at confirmation
50% is forfeited 15 days prior to arrival
100% is forfeited 7 days prior to arrival 


Rates

* All rates are in US Dollar.

Title Price Admission Minimum Group Applicability
Standard Single Room (Low Season) $150 1 1 2012
Standard Single Room (Low Season) $104 1 1 2012
Standard Double Room (Low Season) $155 2 2 2013
Standard Double Room (High Season) $105 2 2 2013
Riverside Single Room (Low Season) $140 1 1 2013
Riverside Single Room (High Season) $200 1 1 2013
Riverside Double Room (Low Season) $115 2 2 2013
Riverside Double Room (High Season) $165 2 2 2013
Family Room for 2 adults + 2 Children (Low Season) $170 4 4 2013
Family Room for 2 adults + 2 Children (High Season) $240 4 4 2013
Executive Single Room (High Season) $260 1 1 2013
Executive Single Room (Low Season) $180 1 1 2013
Executive Double Room (Low Season) $186 2 2 2013
Executive Double Room (High Season) $190 2 2 2013
Adventure Village Tent Single (Low Season) $190 1 1 2013
Adventure Village Tent Single (High Season) $270 1 1 2013
Adventure Village Tent Single $36 2 2 2013
Adventure Village Double Tent $48 2 2 2013
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1 review:

Karl: (Posted 18 August 2011, 11:08)

Zambezi Waterfront is in a great location and right on the water, which was a definite plus. The rooms are a bit stuffy though so I would suggest asking for a fan. It's a bit expensive for a "backpackers" vibe but as I said the location was wonderful and nothing beats being on the water. I think I would be interested to check out the Zimbabwe side next time but would stay here again if we stayed in Livingstone.

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