A friendly and intimate lodge, the Stanley Safari Lodge offers a peaceful base from which to explore Victoria Falls.
The lodge is positioned on the borders of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, and giraffe and impala freely roam the grounds. There is an infinity pool and well kept lawns with ample shade and seating, and the lounge is decorated in typically colonial style.
FOOD AND SERVICE
The menu on offer features European style cuisine with an African twist. Meals can be served outside under the stars or in the privacy of your room, in the wine cellar or even in the pool.
Each of the 10 rooms offers views across bushland towards the Zambezi river and the waterfall which is 3km away. Indeed, it is possible to see the spray in the distance.
Rooms are furnished in African style featuring natural colours and materials and most are open-sided, allowing guests to enjoy clear views of the African bush. Each room has a lounge area and fireplace as well as a private garden. Bathrooms have open air showers and bathtubs. Wi-Fi is available across the lodge.
There is plenty to do here. Activities on offer mostly centre on the river and waterfall and include bungee jump, gorge swing, abseiling, canoeing, white water rafting, river safari, sunset river cruise, riverside massage, microlight and helicopter flights. The lodge also encourages the free use of its bikes.
Robin Pope Safaris take their responsibilities towards the human and physical environments in which they operate very seriously and are critically aware of the negative impacts that tourism can potentially have on the environment, wildlife and local communities neighbouring their properties.
In Zambia, they financially support the vital anti-poaching activities of South Luangwa Conservation Society (SLCS) in order to keep South Luangwa’s wildlife safe from poachers. SLCS is the only body in South Luangwa equipped and skilled to immobilize, treat and rehabilitate snared and other wounded animals. SLCS has darted and treated elephants, lion, hyena, giraffe, wild dog, leopard and many other species, and is able to respond to all cases of injured wildlife in South Luangwa.