The River Club - Luxury Near The Zambezi River

The River Club has magnificent views of the Zambezi River right from any of its luxury chalets. A mere 18 kilometres from the Victoria Falls, the River Club is one place where you’re sure to spoil yourself.

Actually, the River Club is a restored 1940s homestead with a dining room, a well-furnished lounge, a veranda and a library.


The River Club has 11 luxury chalets providing a scenic overlook of the Zambezi River with sightings of different species of animals as they come to the Zambezi River for their water needs.

At the River Club, you are guaranteed of the ultimate luxury in hospitality coupled with superb service and expert local guides.

Out and About

As a guest of the River Club, you will be availed access to a lot of activities and facilities both at the River Club and in Livingstone town and the surrounding area. Some of the activities and facilities are:
  • Canoeing
  • Tiger Fishing
  • Birding
  • Game Drives
  • Snooker Room (In the Summer House)
  • Croquet (On Lawn)
  • Tennis Court
  • Nature Walks (On Property)
  • Helicopter Flights
  • White Water Rafting
  • Gym
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Victoria Falls Tour

Infinity Swimming Pool Infinity Swimming Pool
(courtesy of The River Club)

Game Drives - Lower Zambezi Park

Although small in size compared to other game sanctuaries (4092 square kilometers), the Park has a variety of wild animals. The most common are elephant, waterbuck, kudu, hippo, crocodiles, zebra, and buffalo. Sightings of eland, roan and hyena are not rare.

Game Drives - Mosi-oa-Tunya Game Park

The nearby Mosi-oa-tunya game park is home to antelopes, zebra and the recently re-introduced white rhino. Bird watching and wild life safaris are under taken in the game park.

Victoria Falls Tour

 Victoriafalls-knife-bridge Tourists At The Victoria Falls Knife Bridge

One of the spectacular natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls, shared by Zambia and Zimbabwe is considered to be one of the largest sheet of falling water on the planet.

When it’s at its peak just after the rain season, an average of 550,000 cubic liters of water pours down the cliff in a minute. The first white man to see the falls was the Scottish explorer David Livingstone, who was thrilled by the falls that he named it after Queen Victoria of England.


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