Chanters Lodge

Lukulu Crescent, Livingstone, Zambia | Hotel
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Elephant ride and falls

A travel blog entry by krusera


Left this morning at 6;30am before breakfast for the elephant ride. We picked up another couple from Cape Town, David and Carol, Carol was Scottish, and David from South Africa. Trip out about a 30 minute trip we arrived at the elephant park to fresh coffee. After a briefing on the ride we went and met the elephants. Wenda and Jack got the 2nd …

1st day in Livingstone - Kris B'day

A travel blog entry by krusera


Exchanged US$ to SA Rand at airport 1us to 9.7 rand $50 = 430r. About 3% service charge, couldn't get Zambia currency though. Getting real excited. Weather about 11'c last night cool, wore our puffy jackets today is beautiful , sunny and warm 20'c. Things move a little slower here but people are friendly and smiling as they are everywhere. I've …

Victoria Falls, Mlaba Laba and more

A travel blog entry by tilman


4 month ago I did not know anything about Sambia except that it is in Africa and that Lusaka is the capital city and that there is the copper belt. Not much...So why not go there and learn a little bit more about Sambia?

I flew from Johannesburg to Livingstone (just 11 km to the Victoria Falls) in the southern part of Sambia, close …

Experience of a Lifetime

A travel blog entry by charlottesmith

My African adventure was all about ticking off those once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and I have finally done just that. This morning, 3 of us went on a helicopter flight over the Victoria Falls. To say it was breathtaking would be an understatement. It was absolutely incredible to see the Falls from above, especially as at the moment the water volume is so large, the mist makes it hard to see them from the ground. In terms of ...

Falling for the Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by cassiel

... were then taken back to our various accommodations.

15 May 2014

A front row window seat in Business Class on my British Airways flight from Livingstone to Johannesburg made for a blissful journey. The food and service were exemplary.

I had a few hours in Johannesburg to kill before going back to Cape Town so I took the free shuttle bus to Emperor's Palace, a nearby hotel complex. At their 5 star Hotel, Piermont D'Oreale, ...

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This hotel, located on Lukulu Crescent, Livingstone, is near Livingstone Museum and Abseil Zambia.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsChanters Lodge Livingstone

    Reviewed by krusera

    Chanters Lodge excellent

    Reviewed Oct 1, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Charm gal our, clean friendly personal service

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Chanters Lodge Livingstone

    Excellent Service


    Mr. Chanter is your man if you are looking for 'service', this he provides, which is unusual in this day and age. Mr. Chanter is an excellent communicator and will do his utmost to meet your requests.

    'Chanters Lodge' is a good basic establishment, with a nice garden/pool/bar and restaurant. The menu is extensive and the service price/quality is very good. Well located within Livingstone and only 10/15 minutes from the airport. Mr. Chanter is a very knowlageable man having worked within the Hotel/Tourist industry in Africa for most of his working life. When we return to Livingstone, we would certainly stay at 'Chanters Lodge' again. I can thoroughly recommend it.

    Go now and stay as long as you can!


    Having never been to Africa before I was simply blown away by my two weeks at Chanters Lodge. Everyday was a new and rich experience - whether white water rafting down the Zambezi or buying traditional beads and cloth from Maramba market. Lodge owner, Richard Chanter, certainly knew all the best places to go and things to see.

    Highly recommended


    My family and I spent 5 nights at Chanters and thoroughly enjoyed our stay in a very relaxing atmosphere. Everyone was so friendly and helpful (like Zambians generally) not just with the accommodation but with the activities they had recommended and booked for us. The down side was the food - we liked it too much and came back larger than when we left - the game stew especially. Seriously though we'd recommend Chanters and look forward to staying there again in a year or two.

    Blair Commin, Sydney, Australia

    Un posto in cui 'ti senti a casa'


    il lodge molto piacevole, comodo, pulito e curato. si mangia benissimo e senza vincoli di orario. il proprietario e tutto lo staff sono persone deliziose, amichevoli e professionali al tempo stesso, pronte a darti una mano se hai un problema o anche solo bisogno di informazioni. great value for money. lo consiglio caldamente.

    Attentive management


    What a pleasant stay our group of 13 had at Chanter's Lodge in Livingstone, Zambia. Richard Chanter was so helpful in providing plenty of detail about his establishment and assisting us in arranging three terrific excursions. The food was very good and served tastefully by his gracious staff. Our accomodations were spacious and clean. All in all a great experience!

    Best Food in Zambia!


    Spent four nights at Chanters Lodge and can truly say that the food was the best we tasted in three weeks in Zambia and excellent value! Really pretty gardens, secluded tables & chairs under thatched shelters, lovely pool. Bedrooms spacious with attractive fabrics and mosi nets provided (not that we saw any mosis......). Richard Chanter, the owner, is a great host and really helpful. Convenient location in Livingstone and so much to do, from Elephant Safaris to Bungee Jumps at the breathtaking Falls.

    Great place to stay while visiting the Falls


    Definitely to be recommended - a B&B and restaurant which has an extensive menu, lovely garden and swimming pool. It is walking distance from centre of town. The rooms are spacious,clean, en suite and well furnished with two additional rooms just being added which have the most delightful decor. Excellent service received form the owner Richard Chanter and staff.

    Very friendly staff


    The first thing to know, is that accommodation in Livingstone falls almost entirely into 2 camps - either it's backpacker US$10 per night dorms, or it's US$200+ per night hotels on the riverfront. This place is one of the very few that's in between.



    I have made several trips to Livingstone now, and each time I stayed at a new place. I am pleased to report that I will no longer have to try out different guesthouses in search of the perfect resting place. Chanters was wonderful, and in my future trips back to Livingstone I will definitely stay there. The location is perfect, the grounds are beautiful, the staff warm and attentive, the rooms lack for nothing, and the food is amazing. I make both short and long term trips to the town, and Chanters is suitable for both lengths of stay. Mr. Chanter, the owner, is a delight to talk with, and his loyal clientele include many local residents. The result is an exeedingly comfortable ambiance and a wealth of knowledge about the area around Livingstone. I found it difficult to leave my seat next to the fireplace directly in front of the bar and tv, and no restuarant in the town can boast better selection or quality than what you find here. I strongly encourage any travelers heading to Livingstone to contact Mr. Chanter to set up your stay.

    Great Value


    A warm welcome and excellent food at this lodge with new pool and well furnished rooms. Lovely gardens.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Chanters Lodge Livingstone

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding