River Club is one of the most luxurious properties on the banks of the Zambezi River.
River Club is located on the banks of the Zambezi River and ranks amongst the top lodges in Zambia. Just across the river is the Zambezi National Park, which makes spotting animals from you own private deck a common occurrence. It is located not far from the Victoria Falls, the main attraction in Zambia and one of the natural wonders of the world.
River Club boasts eight luxuriously furnished, split-level chalets. The chalets are fashioned from timber with thatched roofing and a completely open front, so you may enjoy an uninterrupted view of the magnificent Zambezi River during your African safari. Every chalet is fitted with an en suite bathroom, positioned in such a way that guests may enjoy the surrounding views from the comfort of a relaxing bubble bath. The gardens surrounding the main house are beautifully kept.
The Edwardian-style main house has a dining room, a comfortable lounge to relax in and a veranda that overlooks the garden and river. When it comes to mealtimes, guests are spoilt with a large variety of choices. Breakfast is typically served on the wide veranda, whereas lunch is taken in the gardens. Dinner may be enjoyed in the comfortable main dining room, or outside on the open deck, under the stars in the fresh African night air. There are various safari activities on offer for all guests, whether you prefer adventure or relaxing beside the cliff-side pool.
Fond memories come to mind when I reflect on my visits to River Club. You will definitely not be disappointed if your safari to the African country of Zambia spends some nights at this fine lodge. The accommodations are opulent and luxurious, the style very colonial in character and the views from the rooms - breathtaking. It is conveniently close to the Victoria Falls and the other activities which are on offer in and around the town of Livingstone. I have to mention that, in my opinion, the swimming pool has the finest setting of any pool in Africa.Read More
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