Livingstone, Zambia

Royal Livingstone Hotel

Royal Livingstone Hotel

Victoria Falls–Mosi-o-Tunya, The Smoke that Thunders–plummets 360 feet into the deep gorge below, sending out spray and dancing rainbows, inspirationally visible from your home at the Royal Livingstone.


Just a short stroll from the Falls, The Royal Livingstone Hotel is perched along the banks of the sparkling Zambezi River, and it is no surprise to see safari animals such as zebra or antelope wandering around the property. Cool mist rises from the river, keeping you cool and refreshed as you take breakfast on the veranda or lounge beside the pool. Your spacious luxury suite here is elegantly decorated, and the beautiful rooms exude a gracious warmth and charm which is echoed by the staff. A view of the river or the gardens beckons you outside, where the Falls await.

A note for families & children

Royal Livingstone Hotel is happy to host children of all ages—in fact, children two and under stay free. Baby-sitting services are also available.

Amenities at This Hotel

  • Laundry services
  • Spa
  • Fitness room/gym
  • Shared pool
  • Butler service
  • 24-hour electricity
  • Telephone

Amenities In-Room

  • WiFi
  • Air conditioning
  • In-room safe deposit box
  • Hairdryers
  • Private deck/veranda
  • En-suite bathrooms
  • Shoe clean/shine
  • Minibar


Care for relaxation? Float lazily along the Zambezi River in a river boat, sipping a cocktail and watching the antics of hippo pods in the water. Or visit the Simonga Village to meet the local people, hearing their stories and legends about the Falls and the great Zambezi.

For more excitement, we embark on a helicopter tour of the Falls, gasping at the unparalleled views. Canoeing and even white-water rafting are other exhilarating options.

Whether you’re searching for post-safari relaxation or invigoration, a visit to Livingstone Island, where the famous Dr. Livingstone first viewed Victoria Falls, is a must. We begin this exciting trip with an exhilarating ride through the channels of the Zambezi in twin-engine boats, bound for the very edge of the Falls where the island sits. We explore the island, learning the ancient history of this place and experiencing the thrill of standing in the river just inches from the Falls in the Devil’s Pool, a miraculously current-free eddy.

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