Tour overview

Victoria Falls Waterfront is a Bed & Breakfast Lodge in Livingstone Zambia. The Waterfront is perfectly positioned on the banks of the Might Zambezi River. The Victoria Falls Waterfront is situated just 4km upstream from the Victoria Falls. The Waterfront has a good selection of room types to suite your budget and needs.

The Victoria Falls Waterfront has a well sized swimming pool and a wonderful riverside deck that overhangs the Zambezi River. This is one of the best places on the Zambezi River to enjoy a drink and watch the sun set into the Zambezi River. Behind the deck is a central dining area and restaurant that serves a la carte or buffet meals as well as pizza’s from the pizza oven. A festive bar flanks the restaurant and is a favorite spot for holiday goers staying in the area.

The Victoria Falls Waterfront is situated on the doorstep of the activity hub in Livingstone. It is the perfect gateway for adventure seekers looking to enjoy the many activities on offer in Livingstone and the surrounding Victoria Falls area.


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Victoria Falls Waterfront Rooms

Standard Room (US$90 pp sharing)
The Victoria Falls Waterfront has 10 standard rooms and are non-river facing. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with a shower.

Riverside Room (US$105 pp sharing)
The 6 riverside rooms have a view of the Zambezi River. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with a shower.

Family Room (US$230 per room – Max 4)
The 4 family rooms are non-river facing and consist of 4 single beds. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with a shower.

Executive Room (US$118 pp sharing)
The executive rooms are on the banks on the Zambezi River. The balconies or verandas have great views of the River. The executive rooms have a King size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a bath & shower.


The Elephant Café
The Elephant Café is a tented exclusive restaurant built on a wooden deck in the Zambezi River, upstream from Victoria Falls in Livingstone, Zambia. Sitting only 24 people, it is the centre point of a riverside location that has been home to a herd of hand-reared elephants for many years.

Zambezi Elephant Trails

Located just 10 km from Livingstone, Zambezi Elephant Trails has established Zambia’s first “Elephant Camp” – offering a once in a lifetime insight into these gentle giants. Together with this ecologically friendly method of game viewing, a strong emphasis is placed on an Elephant experience rather than just an Elephant ride and guests are encouraged to interact with these majestic and intelligent African mammals. The training techniques used by Zambezi Elephant Trails are based on the positive reinforcement method as opposed to the controversial “discipline and submission” technique commonly associated with Asian Elephants.
Our five African Elephants Mashumbi, Danny, Liwa, Madinda and Marula each offer two guests an unparalleled viewpoint of the mighty Zambezi River and surrounding bush area of Mosi Oa Tunya National Park. Nandi born to Liwa in 2004 and Sekuti the orphan now seven, will carry just one guest each. Our two youngsters Muyuni and Nyami accompany on the walk frolicking along with the herd.

Zambezi River Rafting

Welcome to the water wonderland that is the Zambezi River! No better place to call Home. We offer full day, half-day and multi-day white water rafting and canoe safari experiences. Meet our fun loving team here – all our guides are fully trained professionals accredited with the International Rafting Federation and hold valid advanced first aid certificates, some with over 20 year experience on the Zambezi. Skill, Knowledge, Passion, Fun – that’s our day in a nutshell!

The Zambezi River below Victoria Falls boasts one of the most spectacular white-water sections in the world. Meandering unassumingly in flat braids above the Falls, the Zambezi hosts a plethora of African wildlife, drawing tourists from around the world to the surrounding national park, Mosi-oa-Tunya. As the river drops 100 meters over Victoria Falls, it enters the Batoka Gorge and the beginning of the white-water section.

One of the finest ways to see magnificent African wildlife is on a canoeing safari on the Upper Zambezi River above the flow of Victoria Falls. You’ll paddle downstream on a relaxing adventure and enjoy incredible sightings of birdlife, elephant, buffalo, hippo and crocodile who share their domain with you.

River Cruises

ith 3 different types of cruise boat to choose from, Safpar can offer something for everyone. MV Makumbi and MV Mambushi are based at Victoria Falls Waterfront and the Lady Livingstone is based at David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa. The cruise is along the river boundary of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, around Siloka Island and back with plenty of opportunities for game viewing.
Lady Livingstone
144 clients max, includes freshly baked snacks, local beverages, local spirits and house wine.

100 clients max, includes freshly baked snacks, light dinner, local beverages, spirits and wine.

23 clients max, includes freshly baked snacks, light dinner, local beverages, spirits and wine.
All boats can be booked out for private group hire as well as breakfast and lunch cruises.

Canoeing Safaris

The Upper Zambezi River is a beautiful place for canoeing, with stunning vegetation such as ebonies, water berries, palms and a tremendous variety of acacia and Albizia. The Canoe Trail whilst operated in Zambia passes through National Parks located in Zimbabwe, and the pristine bush land of Zambia where there is a possibility of chances to see game such as hippo, crocodile, elephant, giraffe and numerous birdlife. On offer are ½ day, full day or an overnight trip where the evening is spent in tents by the riverside and a delicious meal and cool drinks are enjoyed under the beautiful African skies.