Soaked in ambiance and history, the restored 1940s Edwardian homestead has a comfortable lounge, dining room, library and veranda where breakfasts and teas are enjoyed. Midday meals are often served in the lush gardens spread out beneath the trees. The gazebo and the Summer House (with snooker room) provide alternatives for private dining. The pool seems part of the river itself, a secluded deck provides respite and beauty treatments are available in the Wellness Center. For the energetic, the running trackon the secure property and gymnasium and all-weather tennis court are perfect.
A host of activities await young and old, on property as well as around the Victoria Falls.Activities (on an inclusive rate) include a Victoria Falls Tour on the Zambian side, sun downer cruises, tiger fishing, and visiting a nearby village. Others (extra cost) include white water rafting, bungee jumping, abseiling, canoeing, and flights over the Falls. The area is steeped in local history and rich in wildlife; hippo and elephant are seen regularly and bird life is prolific.
Imagine relaxing in a wide hammock under the shade of an ebony tree, sipping a drink from a tall glass and staring out over the wind at the rippled surface of the Zambezi. Or taking the tranquil sunset cruises on the Zambezi to catch sight of the spectacular scenery and, perhaps, some elephants. What's more, you can even enjoy a massage at the club's Mary Wellness Centre. Or play tennis on the only hard tennis court at a lodge in Livingstone