Whatever your dreams of the perfect honeymoon are, they can all be realised in one of the many majestic and alluring destinations in Africa. From its vast savannahs to cosmopolitan cities such as Cape Town or Cairo and the most beautiful beaches, your honeymoon travel and accommodation options endless on the African continent. A heady mix of travel, adventure and romance awaits - from sipping sundowners on the Serengeti to navigating the Nile or exploring the magic of Marrakech.
THE SPIRIT OF THE ZAMBEZI AWAITS, WHERE LUXURY AND STYLE BECOME ONE AT THE A' ZAMBEZI RIVER LODGE
Shortly before the mighty Zambezi River thunders over Victoria Falls, lies a tranquil spot on the riverbank where life takes on a different pace. Here you can experience the river as it really is, under the trees, in harmony with nature. You can feel as refreshed as the resort itself, at the finest location Victoria Falls has to offer.
RESEMBLING AN OPEN PLAN TREE HOUSE WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS -
Set high on a plateau which forms a natural boundary to the Zambezi National Park, Victoria Falls Safari Lodge enjoys uninterrupted views of unspoilt bushveld, spectacular African sunsets and an on-site waterhole. A complimentary shuttle service transports guests to the Victoria Falls and town centre on an hourly basis throughout the day.
CAPTIVATING SURROUNDINGS -
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 km from the Victoria Falls, one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world.
The hotel boasts the impressive claim of having all river facing accommodation, so each guest can enjoy the view that once captivated David Livingstone, the intrepid explorer and missionary who was the first European to witness the Falls.
THE ROYAL LIVINGSTONE HOTEL BY ANANTARA - ZAMBIA
The Royal Livingstone hotel stretches along the banks of the great Zambezi River, just a short walk to the entrance of the Victoria Falls, upstream of the mighty cataract where it thunders into the Batoka Gorge.