We were privileged enough to host a wedding for a couple from the UK last month. Our local community were great and really made the happy couples day extra special. They exchanged vows in the nearby village church and were transported to and from the venue in true African style…..Ox Cart and dug out canoe!
We are delighted to have supported an NGO called Greenpop which recently arranged for over 200 International volunteers to plant over 4135 in the Livingstone area – our heartfelt thanks go to those kind guests that supported this great effort – please see www.greenpop.com
We have launched a competition for our ex-guests to upload their photos of Victoria Falls on our Facebook page. The winner of the competition can win a free stay at the lodge.
We are very excited to welcome our new deputy manager Graeme Gullacksen to the Islands. Graeme’s happy and proffessional demeanor is proving a great hit with our guests. We wish him the very best of luck in his future at the lodge.
We are delighted to announce that we have joined forces with two other lodges downstream from Siankaba and are offering a three day canoe trail.
This allows our guests to follow in the footsteps of David Livingstone when he first witnessed the wonder of Victoria Falls. Guests spend the first night at Islands of Siankaba, then canoe down to The River Club to spend their second night there and then the next day canoe down to Victoria Falls to view them from “Livingstone Island”. The final night is spent at Stanley Safari Lodge before guests fly home. The trips run from 1st July until the 1st February.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.