Waterberry Zambezi Lodge

Waterberry is dedicated to making every guest feel special. That’s why Waterberry is No1 on Trip Advisor for Speciality Lodging in the area.

Waterberry Zambezi Lodge

Waterberry Zambezi Lodge, on the banks of the Zambezi, is 30 minutes from Livingstone and 40 minutes from Victoria Falls. A small, friendly and informal lodge, it’s the perfect setting for visiting the amazing Falls and enjoying all the activities around Livingstone.

The lodge has seven thatched cottages set in beautiful gardens around the central restaurant, viewing lounge and deck. All rooms are en suite, with air conditioning, ceiling fans, mosquito nets and private terraces.

Waterberry is within easy reach of Livingstone and the Falls, but well away from the general buzz of the busy town. Guests usually spend a day around the Falls and the town and the next at the lodge, enjoying all that Waterberry has to offer – river activities and amazing birding with top class guides. A highlight is the visit to a completely uncommercial local village where many staff live and where Waterberry has built and manages local pre and primary schools.

The Zambia/Zimbabwe Univisa simplifies visits to both sides of the Falls. Botswana and Namibia are a short journey away.

Property Facilities

Thatched en suite cottages with private terraces
The cottages are set around our beautiful lawns and gardens on the banks of the Zambezi. Named after birds found around the lodge, these are lovely cool rooms open to the high thatch. All have private terraces and are en suite with mosquito nets, fans, air conditioning. There's a variety of doubles and twins plus

Room Facilities


Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi
A sunset cruise is the perfect way to start the holiday, relaxing on the peace and quiet of the Zambezi with a gin and tonic and snacks, watching whatever wildlife comes your way and with a virtually guaranteed perfect sunset.
School and village visit
A completely uncommercial village, where many Waterberry staff live, gives a unique view of life in rural Zambia. The Waterberry guide shows you daily life, housebuilding and agriculture and the Tukongote School built with guest donations.
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