As flexible as a yoga instructor

20 August 2015

ZAMBIA, VICTORIA FALLS: With THE RIVER CLUB being owner run and operated, flexibility is part of every day. Their new rate structure is aimed to help you build personal itineraries for your clients.

  • FULLY INCLUSIVE — for those who want to do it all. Includes all meals, high tea, local drinks, wine, and various activities, including a visit to the Falls, a game drive in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, community visit and fishing excursions. FROM US$ 662 pps.
  • FULL BOARD — for those who want flexibility. Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner, local drinks, wine, sundowner cruise with fully stocked bar and on-property activities such as croquet, tennis and nature walks. FROM US$ 488 pps.
  • BED & BREAKFAST — for the explorer! Includes breakfast, as well as river cruise (drinks for the guest's own account), croquet, tennis and nature walks on property. FROM US$ 415 pps.
  • FAMILY FRIENDLY — use the Family Explorer special offer for a 3 night stay in a Luxury River Suite or the Princess Mary Suite and only pay from US$ 3258 for a family of 4 for 3 nights (FROM US$ 3 933 for 2016). SAVE UP TO US$ 1 133!

2016 RATES

Livingstone and a visit to the Victoria Falls form the perfect end to a safari circuit in Southern or East Africa, with direct flights from Johannesburg, Nelspruit, Harare and Nairobi, or simply end your Zambian safari at The River Club with a domestic flight from Lusaka.

15 Nights - ICONS OF AFRICA - start in the Mother City, move north to the Greater Kruger, visit Livingstone and the Vic Falls, connect to the Mara via Nairobi and finally end your itinerary at the world's only giraffe hotel. FROM US$ 10 000 pps (estimated Rack Rate for 2016).

Did you know The River Club has the only purpose built Kosher kitchen in the area? Owner, Peter Jones is passionate about sharing his knowledge of Livingstone’s history, particularly the region’s Jewish heritage. READ MORE.


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Machaba Camp & Little Machaba

The classic, 1950’s-style Machaba Camp and Little Machaba are situated in the 35 000-hectare Khwai Concession in the northeastern Okavango, adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve. The name Machaba is the local Setswana name for the sycamore fig tree, the tree of life, renowned for their abundant fruit, which feeds a vast array of animals throughout the year, including elephant, baboons, bushbuck, green pigeons and many more. The camp pathways meander between the large riverine trees. Machaba Camp's 10 luxury tents are situated in the beautiful riverine treeline on the Khwai River, overlooking the famous Moremi Game Reserve. From these tented verandas one can watch the daily parade of animals coming down to drink at the river in front of ca..