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Adults, honeymooners and families with children 10 years old and over.
The 7 luxurious tents are en - suite and overlook the Zambezi River offering world class views at any time of day. The islands themselves are approximately 45km from Livingstone offering guests a peaceful and relaxing stay. The lodge is perfect for discerning guests or honeymooners looking for the ultimate romantic getaway. The lodge has exquisite colonial interiors, a spacious terrace and delicious food and wine to pair if you would like. You will notice some trees in the living area and bar area, which is a constant reflection on the lodge’s beautiful densely forested surroundings.
This first-class lodge has a plethora of activities on offer, including sunset cruises, fishing, adventure sports and so on. You are also able to view Victoria Falls from the Zambian and Zimbabwean side. It is also near to Chobe National Park if you are wanting to do a game drive. Islands of Siankaba’s service and hospitality is unrivalled and the lodge is an oasis of natural beauty. A stay here would be ever so special.
The lodge offers and in- house masseuse so guest can have their treatment in their suite or on their deck overlooking the river. Siankaba is known for its ‘haute cuisine’ and fine wines. Guests can enjoy meals and drinks from the terrace or from the guest lounge and bar. The lodge can also arrange that you enjoy your meals in different locations around the lodge if you would prefer this.
Room type – Siankaba has 7 guest tree suites – which are tented en-sute chalets which are situated on the smaller of the islands, around 2 – 3 meters off the ground between the trees overlooking the mighty Zambezi River. The accommodation is very private, romantic, and intimate. The chalets boast a colonial décor feel, built from teak and canvas and each have a private viewing deck and a large comfortable bed. Each bathroom has a large bath and separate shower. The 7th suite chalet is located a little further away. This is the honeymoon Suite and offers extra privacy and a few little extras to make it just that little extra special. It has its own dining area. Mini bar, library and games, sun loungers and garden decking.
The lodge has a full-service spa as well as pool available for guests. You can also find something special at the gift shop or hop onto some bicycles for a ride around the islands. There are several activities available such as islands walks and water based activities – guided dugout canoe trips around the island, sunset and sundowner cruises, fishing trips, nature walks and cultural village walks which are both guided walks. There are more adrenaline sports on offer as well and the lodge is happy to arrange transfers to and from these thrilling activities in Livingston or nearby.
There is a complimentary buffet breakfast daily, a restaurant on site and a bar/ lounge for guests to enjoy. The lodge also offers room service (during limited hours) and coffee/ tea in common areas.
The lodge was awarded the Environmental Certificate by the Environmental Council of Zambia in 2002. A suspension bridge links the two islands and leads to an overhead walkway in the tree canopy that connects the elevated chalets to the lodge's restaurant. The walkway protects the islands' delicate riverine environment. The lodge was constructed using mostly commercially grown, non indigenous pine. Electricity is drawn from the Victoria Falls hydroelectric plant, and river water is recycled and treated on-site for use in the camp.
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