This resort lodge is actually on two small private islands, and you are conveyed over by the lodge's open boat, a ten minute ride. The individual cabanas are elevated, with their private decks overhanging the water. The cabanas themselves are large tents, with every convenience and lovely camp decor, including clawfoot tubs, complete with a bowl of floating candles and view of the outdoors. You will sleep like a baby as the river gurgles placidly by!
In my opinion, this lodge is most suited to be a relaxation spot, taking advantage of the unique and tranquil setting and the activities close at hand, such as nature walks and short cruises down the river, especially at sundown. We used it as our base for visiting Victoria Falls, which isn't geographically far away, but arriving at or leaving the lodge involves a rather tedious half hour drive on a very bumpy dirt road, and then you are still another thirty minutes by paved road into Livingston.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Islands of Siankaba is a luxurious lodge, exclusively sleeping just fourteen guests. The principle guest amenities (dining room, lounge, bar and swimming pool) are located on one island whilst the seven guest tree suites are situated on the smaller island overlooking the river towards the game reserve on the southern bank. The two islands are linked by a series of suspension bridges and overhead walkways in the tree canopy. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Islands Of Siankaba Hotel Livingstone