Victoria Falls

The Falls were first seen by European eyes when David Livingstone discovered them in 1855. To view them he stood upon what is now known as Livingstone Island; a small outcrop of land at the edge of the Falls, in Livingstone, Zambia. Before exploring the area and witnessing the Falls for himself, David Livingstone had already heard tales of the mighty waterfall. Although at the time it wasn’t called Victoria Falls! Locals had named it Mosi-oa-tunya, which means ‘The Smoke That Thunders. Livingstone re-named the Falls in honour of Queen Victoria.

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Accommodation for up to 2 adults
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Luxury Double
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From $490 per person sharing per night, single rate applies

All Amenities

Comfort and convenience with thoughtfully curated amenities:

  • Hairdryer
  • Mini-bar
  • Mosquito Nets
  • Secure Safe
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities


  • Meals and selected beverages
  • WiFi and airport transfers
  • Tours of the Falls and local curio market (with conditions for extended stays)
  • Sunset cruises, mokoro island trip, and guided nature walks
  • Island picnic and conventional tackle fishing
  • Visit to a community nursery school
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