Stanley Safari Lodge

Address: Victoria Falls, Zambia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls

The Prison, the biggest rapids, the poorest advice

A travel blog entry by brentdodd on Jul 25, 2015

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... maybe our snow leopard of faith or encouragement or something. We nearly crashed into it, pulled ourselves onto the shore and took a deep breath. There was a car outside the pump house with people chatting around it. One of the guys came across, who turned out to be a prison warden, in charge of the reformatory. We had landed on the banks of the Zambian Prison. No need for a fence there that’s for sure. We asked him about a route to take down the rapids. He laughed as ...

Hey, We found the Falls. Bout time.

A travel blog entry by tpuckett on Jun 25, 2015

1 comment, 26 photos

... but that was because she did not want to get out of the car. I really wanted her to see it. Seeing it, she went with Seth and that was the final word. No drum. For some reason Coen has decided he wants a pipe. So we went back to the Elephant Walk shop and he found one. They wanted $45. That was too much. In the end, we decided he did not really want it so we tried to walk out but they kept going on and on until finally, we agreed on $15. It might be the same price as ...

The Largest Waterfall in the World

A travel blog entry by kelljaysiauwei on Jun 04, 2015

16 photos

... in Zambia, taxi drivers descended on us like vultures, offering exorbitant prices to get us to Victoria Falls. One driver opened negotiations at around USD 30. We asked for about USD 23. He initially declined, but when another driver tried to swoop in for our business, he quickly agreed and that ended the negotiations. We probably still paid double what a local would have paid but it was still a lot less than the first option.

Sursum corda

A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 22, 2015

38 photos

... view of the falls was entrancing, as if spellbound I starred in awe at the swirling vortex as it fell hundreds of feet towards back towards the earth.
The mist hitting my face drew a smile of excitement like that of a child discovering music for the first time, I was enthralled. Wanting to breath in the falls and disappear into the majesty and destruction of nature. I stood for several moments and just marveled at the wonder of such a sight. Wishing ...

First Day of a very memorable three days

A travel blog entry by bwanabob on Apr 11, 2015

80 photos

... Kasane in Botswana. A very comfortable stop and the food and the bars were great after such a wonderful day. When we arrived there was a group of local singers: beautiful harmonies and sounds so Bwana though he would go over and video them. Well they had other ideas and buggered off didn't they. All I got was recessional singing.

After cocktails and dinner we hit the hay. I was on the mend: Namibia Anne was on the decline: and Thomas was yet unscathed by the lurgi.