The Islands of Siankaba is the perfect retreat for travellers wanting to visit the Victoria Falls yet also escape the crowds and enjoy being an area of natural beauty with quiet, unspoilt surroundings. Many of the staff working in the lodge come from the Siankaba Community and the lodge has earned a reputation for its warm hospitality.
Each of Siankaba’s seven secluded chalets have been uniquely designed to maximize comfort and privacy whilst offering spectacular views of the Zambezi River. The unique feature of the lodge is the series of walkways and bridges that link the two islands together. The quirky design incorporates the use of natural materials that blend in with the feel of the surrounding bush while taking full advantage of the beauty of the riverine setting.Back to Livingstone
The Islands of Siankaba is located on two private islands on the Zambezi River about 42 km from the Victoria Falls and 50km from the World Famous Chobe National park. Transfer time from Livingstone Airport is approximately one hours drive.
The Lodge has six luxury tents and one honeymoon tent.
Room feautres include:
Ensuite bathroom which is raised and behind the bedroom with ball and claw bath, shower and double vanities. The toilet is closed off
Ceiling and table fans
Tea/coffee making facilities
Reception on the Mainland
Open Air Dining area and Private Dining Gazebo
Bar and Lounge
Included activities are:
Sunset / sunrise cruises
Village and Community School walk
Nature walks on the Islands
Mokoro (dug out canoe) trips
Bamboo bike trails through the village
Catch and release Fishing
Guided tour of the Victoria Falls on either the Zambian or Zimbabwe side
Also available but has to be paid directly are spa treatments and external activities
No children under the age of eight years old
No family rooms but an additional bed can be placed in the rooms for a child
The lodge is open all year round
Islands of Siankaba is actively involved in the community in providing water related projects (bore-holes), assistance with horticultural projects, skills development projects, hospitality mentorship and attachment for young men and women in the community. Mentorship for community teenage girls.
The lodge supports the Siankaba Community Trust School. This started off as a pre-school with two classrooms. A building project has just been completing adding a primary school from Grades One to Five. Teacher accommodation is also provided. For more information visit the Siankaba Community Trust Facebook Page - https://web.facebook.com/Siankaba-Community-Trust-232954386748109/
Power is mains electricity with back up generator.
Wifi is available in public areas and the lodge does have routers available for use in rooms at an additional cost.
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