Avani Victoria Falls Resort ex Zambezi Sun Hotel has been designed with singles, couples and families in mind, located on the edge of the eastern cataract of the Victoria Falls, it reflects the richness and diversity of the country’s heritage; cap
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Zambia is a country blessed with sensational natural wonders, a plethora of wildlife, enormous bodies of glistening water and seemingly infinite open spaces. Zambia is a friendly country that is known for its legendary African walking safaris, the untamed Zambezi River, the gushing Victoria Falls and incredible opportunities to explore Africa in all its glory and embark on some of the greatest Safari experiences on the planet.
Game reserves in Zambia offer the chance to lose yourself in the wild African bushveld without having to compromise on luxury. Game lodges nestled deep within sprawling game reserves afford guests the opportunity to witness sheer unspoilt beauty in a land that remains untouched by modern life. Whether you prefer spending your holiday indulging in some rest and relaxation at a 4-star spa, seeking refuge in gracious lodges overlooking the rippling Zambezi River or observing herds of game in their natural habitat, the country of Zambia can fulfil any African dream and desire.
Situated between Victoria Falls & Livingstone in Zambia, Royal Chundu Zambezi River Lodge is a place of absolute solitude and unspoilt beauty where nature is untouched. It is a destination where guests can journey back in time.
Created to blend perfectly into the lush surrounds of the Zambezi River bank, The David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa offers 4 star comfort only 5 kms from the Victoria Falls, one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world.
The Royal Livingstone is a serene and gracious refuge from the heat of the African sun. The 173 luxurious rooms and suites with their comfortable furnishings are tastefully decorated in the soft earth tones of the bushveld, with spreading views of th