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Absolute Zambia Safaris, a renowned travel agency in Zambia, brings forth a mind-blowing tour package for those tourists who want to experience the beauty of the Victoria Falls and take a safari amid the South Luangwa Park. By contacting us, you can get the affordable Victoria Falls and South Luangwa safari package comprising excellent itineraries easily. This safari package offers the clients the opportunity to combine wonderful views of the Victoria Falls with seeing the magnificent top - class wildlife safaris found in the South Luangwa National Park. In addition to offering affordable Victoria Falls and South Luangwa safari package, we take care of client’s schedule and budget.
This safari package offers the clients the opportunity to combine wonderful views of the Victoria Falls with seeing the magnificent top - class wildlife safaris found in the South Luangwa National Park.
This 6-day package combines wonderful views of the Victoria Falls with seeing the magnificent top-class wildlife safaris found in the South Luangwa National Park.
The package is more focused on the great Wildlife Sanctuaries of Zambia and you will get a chance to experience one of the best wildlife safaris on the African Continent. This is the perfect safari package for wildlife safari enthusiasts and it is an itinerary that allows guests to see a lot of wildlife (animals and birds during your trip).
In this package, we combine the following tourist destination areas of Zambia;
• 2 nights – Livingstone – the home of the Victoria Falls
• 3 nights - South Luangwa National Park
Day 1- 3 : Victoria Falls Waterfront Lodge - Livingstone :
Fun and lively, the Victoria Falls Waterfront is the perfect place to stay when you are looking for centrally located, yet affordable Livingstone accommodation.
The Victoria Falls Waterfront Lodge has long been known as the heart of Livingstone, Victoria Falls Zambia. Only four kilometres from the areas main attraction, the Victoria Falls, the resort is ideally positioned to take advantage of the many activities that are on offer in the area. The Waterfront resort offers great facilities including a restaurant and bar where many sundowners have been enjoyed from the deck whilst overlooking the Zambezi River and Siloka Island.
Sundowners on the Zambezi River are an essential start to a holiday in Victoria Falls. Each day the HMV Makumbi, the party boat of note, departs from the Waterfront jetty for a sunset cruise up the Zambezi, which includes all drinks and snacks, returning as night falls.
The Victoria Falls Waterfront Lodge Facilities
• Affordable Vic Falls accommodation
• Only 4 kms from the Victoria Falls, Zambia
• Located on the Zambezi River
• Sunset cruise daily
• Internet café
• Great place from which to do activities
• Enjoy fantastic pizzas at the restaurant
Why stay at Victoria Falls Waterfront?
• Centrally located
• Great atmosphere
• Watch amazing African sunsets from the deck
• Value for money accommodation on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls
Day 3- 6 Mfuwe Lodge - South Luangwa National Park :
It Occupies a lovely spot overlooking Mfuwe Lagoon – a huge oxbow lake – Mfuwe Lodge is the flagship safari property of the Bushcamp Company. It is one of the larger properties in the South Luangwa National Park, and after extensive refurbishment in 2010 is now one of the smartest and most modern. It lies quite close to the park’s main gate in an area that is very rich in wildlife concentrations.
Much of the furniture and fittings at Mfuwe Lodge come from South Africa and they lend a funky and contemporary edge. The main areas, including the large bar and dining area under thatch are adorned with artistic woven lampshades, brightly colored cushions and classy black-and-white photographs. An extended deck has several low sofas that look out over Mfuwe Lagoon, alongside a simple but large rectangular infinity pool. The pool is a popular spot to relax, with plenty of sun loungers shaded by cream umbrellas.
Indoors, an impressive library offers a cooler and quieter place to chill out. This isn't a huge room, but with a beautiful leather sofa, modern campaign furniture and some interesting coffee-table books, it's both comfortable and restful.
Entirely separate is Mfuwe Lodge's spa, offering a range of options from manicures and massages, to hot-stone treatments and facials – all using Africology products. Both the double and single treatment rooms, and a Jacuzzi area, overlook a particularly pretty part of the lagoon and its resident population of hippos.
There is also a small shop which is stocked and run by Tribal Textiles, a local craft company based in Mfuwe with its roots very much in rural development and philanthropy. Stop here to pick up curios and souvenirs such as wooden carvings, hand-painted tablecloths, T-shirts and jewellery.
The 18 chalets at Mfuwe Lodge come in two different styles, but all are all kitted out with modern furniture standing on polished stone floors. In each chalet, three double doors open onto a veranda where sun loungers offer views of the lagoon and game viewing from the privacy of your room. The chalets are equipped with tea and coffee stations, hairdryers and standing fans, while the beds, enveloped by walk-in mosquito nets, are cooled by an additional fan. Each bathroom is largely tiled and includes twin basins and a walk-in rain shower with a view.
Activities from Mfuwe Lodge include day and night drives in Land Rovers with canopied roofs, walking safaris led by professional safari guides and visits to a local school or village. If visiting in the lodge around October or November, you may find you don't have to go far for game viewing though; a family of elephants regularly wander straight through reception, lured by the fruit of a wild mango tree within the grounds.Visa
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