Stanley Safari Lodge

Victoria Falls, Zambia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls

Toto I don't think we are in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by alura on Jun 28, 2014

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... are in another country when you start to see things that are a little bit different. Driving along the road into Vic Falls there is not a lot to see. Low shrubs lineup along the bitumen, red dust covering the ground, random group of cows grazing along side the road... hang on a minute where are the fences...? Nope no fences, the cows just wander around where they please. When there are fences they are no match for a cow who thinks the grass is greener on the other side.

It ...

Border Crossing

A travel blog entry by couillard on Jun 14, 2014

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... engage bargaining. Not our cup of tea, too bad as they had lots of neat souvenirs. Went back to cross the border, had our passports stamped but the van to take us back to the hotel was nowhere to be seen. We waited thirty minutes in no man's land, drying out our shoes in the sun. Had a wonderful day, got back to the Hotel and had a sun downer drink before supper while enjoying the beautiful African ...

Depart for Livingstone, Zambia and Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by janehudon on May 10, 2014

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... s private path. This gracious 161 room Colonial-style hotel is set in lush gardens and includes three restaurants, a swimming pool, tennis courts and a quaint chapel. The highlight is traditional high tea on the terrace, which offers a spectacular view of the Victoria Falls Bridge and the Batoka Gorge.

The Sunset cruise was along the Zambezi River which is the 4th longest river in Africa. The cruise was above ...

Mosi oa tunya- smoke that thunders

A travel blog entry by jbknorris on Apr 05, 2014

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... mist. We could also get down to the river edge above the falls and see all the water going over the edge. Crossed into Zimbabwe for 5 minutes on the bridge! 30 minute beautiful walk down into the boiling pot, where the falls go, on an overgrown jungle trail. On the way down there are big baboons who try to take plastic bags as they have food in! Tried to shake hands with a particularly brave one which tried to bite me! Also on the way off bridge we saw one ...

The smoke that thunders

A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Mar 11, 2014

... back up was made quicker when we were scared to death by a troop of baboons that came down the path as we were going up. Fortunately we had no food and they were not even interested in us. We then walked across the narrow footbridge right in front of the falls. The area had had 3 days of rain so the falls were fully flowing, sending massive sprays of water into the air before it fell on you like sheets of rain. We had on ...