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Super lodge accommodation with excellent food and the staff couldn't have been more helpful. The lodge provided a number of good trips (complimentary water safari etc) as well as free road trips and basic guidance when visiting the Falls. Lovely experience which I would repeat...More
Beautiful lodge at the Zambezi river. They have great boattrips (morning or evening). Tip: do the fantastic picknick lunch. They also visit Livingstone town and the Falls. A special thank you at the complete staff for the surprise because of my birthday !! Loved the...More
Waterberry Lodge, Livingstone: 19th – 22nd August 2016
Staying here was a wonderful way to unwind after our first experience of a safari holiday. Waterberry is a beautiful tranquil spot on the banks of the great Zambezi River; a place to stop and take stock...More
Stayed here for 3 nights to start our African adventure and it was perfect! Lovely, quiet and relaxing place overlooking the Zambezi. The accommodation is lovely, staff are great and want to do everything to make your stay perfect. Recommend the sunset cruise that they...More
Stayed three nights. The lodge is in a great location right on the river. The accommodation is good and the food excellent. The included trips are varied and very interesting.
Depending on what time of year you go I would definitely go to the trouble...More
Response from Rosemary L | Reviewed this property |
Hi. It is not a luxurious hotel as such BUT instead has beautifully appointed bungalows in a tranquil and stunning setting, right on the Zambezi. The staff are wonderfully friendly and welcoming. I would go back there every... More
Hi. It is not a luxurious hotel as such BUT instead has beautifully appointed bungalows in a tranquil and stunning setting, right on the Zambezi. The staff are wonderfully friendly and welcoming. I would go back there every time. You should know that it doesn't overlook the falls if that was what you are expecting.