Club (Livingstone) Zambia
The River Club is situated on the Zambian side of the
Zambezi River, 18 kilometers upstream from Victoria Falls.
It faces westward into the sunset and onto the Zambezi
National Park on the opposite side of the river.
The River Club is set among the lush riverine vegetation
and the camp has a distinct Edwardian flavor. Guests here
can enjoy the sights and sounds of Victoria Falls and the
Zambezi River in a peaceful and tranquil setting away from
Ten luxury thatched chalets accommodate a maximum of 20
people. The rooms overlook the Zambezi River, and have en
suite facilities including a bath, shower, toilet and basin.
Two honeymoon suites are available. All the rooms have fans.
The main house comprises the dining room, lounge and pub
area, and has an interesting library. The swimming pool has
a magnificent view over the river for those who wish to
relax in the sun.
Guests may stay here either under an all-inclusive rate,
or on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.
The main colonial style lodge building houses the dining
room, drawing room, reception, library and shop, as well as
Meals are served at the main dining table or at small
tables on the veranda, if requested. Dinner dress is smart
casual. The library is well stocked and also houses bridge
tables, cards and backgammon.
The lodge is powered by 220v mains electricity. There are
power points in the rooms for the use of electric shavers
and hair dryers and the charging of video batteries.
Although The River Club is not a game lodge, the Zambezi
National Park is located just across the river, and Lion
calls can often be heard at night.
Rich birdlife is found in the area. Hippo are regularly
sighted (and heard) along the river's edge. Fishing is good,
with Tiger fishing featuring prominently in the warmer
months. Birding in and around the lodge is superb.
The Victoria falls is one of the seven "Wonders of the
World" and is arguably the greatest waterfall anywhere.
Daily excursions to the Falls are a highlight and boating
trips to the Zambezi River's islands provide wonderful
Fishing and sundowner trips are offered, as are daily
visits to the Mosi~Oa~Tunya National Park for White Rhino
and other game. Trips to the Livingstone and Railway Museums
and a nearby African village are also offered.
Other activities available at extra cost include: white
water rafting, river surfing, bungee jumping, abseiling,
parachuting, microlight and helicopter flights over the
Falls, horse riding, clay pigeon shooting and canoeing.
What to bring...
Binoculars, Camera, Good walking shoes, Shirts, shorts
and trousers (neutral colors for Rhino Tour), Smart casual
dress for dinner, Collared shirts are recommended rather
than T shirts, Wide brimmed hat is essential (caps are not
recommended as they give very little protection from the
sun). Warm jacket or jersey for the months of May through to
August (warm socks and a fleece may be necessary for winter
evenings), Flashlight, Toiletries and insect repellents,
Sunscreen lotion, Reference book for personal interests.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE RIVER CLUB IS IN A MALARIA AREA,
therefore guests are strongly advised to consult their
doctor regarding a suitable course of anti malarial
From $530 per person per night sharing. Please contact us
for a quote and suggested itinerary.