About Mosi-O-Tunya Lodge
Mosi-O-Tunya has been grade as a grade A lodge by the Ministry of Tourism. The establishment has 10 self contained and fully air-conditioned rooms with DSTV and wireless Internet, restaurant, conference facilities and swimming pool. The property has secure car park, safe borehole water and standby electrical generator.
Mosi-O-Tunya lodge offers the traveller an ultimate place to begin or end your safari. Our quiet and peace environment offer total relaxation. For business travellers wishing to have sizeable conferences or workshops, we have a fully equipped conference room with Flip Chart stands, White boards and DLP projector for overhead presentations (Notebook projector). Being in the Home of the Victoria Falls, tailor-made tours are arranged to offer our clients the most memorable stay with us in Livingstone.
Located in the Sub Sahara, Zambia is famous as the unspoiled of Africa having vast woodlands, plenty wildlife in its 19 national parks and numerous game management areas. If making the Victoria Falls and Livingstone your prime destination, Johannesburg and Kruger in South Africa have direct flights into Livingstone and we at Mosi-O-Tunya lodge will be at hand to receive you.
Livingstone town established in 1905 from the old location called Old Drift; this colonial town holds historical information of Zambia. As a major European settlement, the town was made the capital of Northern Rhodesia in 1911. As the capital, it enjoyed excellent facilities far superior to anything in the country, as can be seen from the surviving Edwardian colonial buildings that line the city's main road, and even had the distinction of having the country's first newspaper.
We offer road transfers to the lodge at fee from different places - Livingstone airport, Town, Other lodges, Kazungula border, Victoria Falls border and Victoria Falls airport.
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