A Zambezi River safari feel in Zambia, a short distance from the breathtaking Victoria Falls
Thorntree River Lodge is set in Zambia’s Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, just a short distance from the famous Victoria Falls, Thorntree River Lodge is built with an environmentally-conscious design. Drawing inspiration from local customs and culture, it is a modern contemporary design with tented roof structures to maintain the feel of authentic Africa.
The lodge boasts 8 twin rooms and 2 family units comprising of 4 beds each. Each unit will have its own indoor and outdoor bathrooms, as well as a luxurious private plunge pool. The main lodge consists of a lounge with an open dining area, where the fine dining experience of African cuisine will come to life. The communal deck is set on the edge of the stunning riverside, and is home to a sunken boma area and an infinity pool. Wooden decking floats on the edge of the river, and moves with the water level to create the illusion of sailing a boat, and help to achieve a seamless feel between river and land.
Activities include visits to Victoria Falls UNESCO World Heritage site, rhino trekking on foot & game drives in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, cultural village visits, sunset river cruises (on our own private boat), fishing, and visits to the Livingstone Museum. Thorntree River Lodge is the perfect linkage for your safari experiences in Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana.
Zambia's Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, along the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, upstream of the Victoria Falls
Livingstone Airport, or Victoria Falls International Airport
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8 double suites and 2 family units comprising of 4 beds each. Sleeping a total of 24
Each unit has its own indoor and outdoor bathrooms, as well as a luxurious private plunge pool.
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Vistis to Victoria Fals, Rhino Trekking on Foot & Game Drives in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, Cultural Village Visits, Sunset River Cruises (our own private boat), Fishing and visits to the Livingstone Museum