Wasawange Lodge and Tours in Livingstone, Zambia, provides a full service package, with a wide selection of on-site services. Whilst you can use this as a base to explore Livingstone, Zambia and its many adventures, you can also quite easily have a great time staying on site for a day or two just relaxing and enjoying the pool, gardens, restaurant (with its own bakery and butchery!), bar, great Livingstone accommodation and a high standard of service. This is a Livingstone lodge that has been around for a long time and has stood the test of time. There is a nice mix of older more classic architecture, lush gardens and more traditional thatched chalets. The Wasawange strapline is 'where the welcome never ends' and the pictures displayed in the reception of previous famous visitors to the lodge are proof of this. They even include the Royal Highness Prince and Princess Takamado of Japan.
The accommodation here is varied and includes luxury chalets, more conventional self catering executive apartments, a guest house, a presidential suite and standard rooms. The majority of the Livingstone accommodation is traditional in its thatched style, with materials being sourced locally as much as possible, from community assistance programs which Wasawange supports.
There are three superb self catering apartments that are fully furnished in a home away from home style, with a dining and lounge area, self contained bedroom, guest conveniences (so they don't have to go into your bedroom) and kitchen. The apartment is perfect for entertaining clients, friends or relatives. The apartments also serve as a nice hideaway where guests can quietly do their own thing! The executive guest house has that touch of luxury.
The presidential suite is sumptuous with a classic feel, stunning decorative curtains and extra large settees; it also boasts a his 'n' hers bathroom, lounge and dining area. Ideal for top executives or honeymooners.
The chalets offer a more relaxing option for your Livingstone accommodation. They are spread across the valley, some in the main area of the grounds, and some a stone's throw away. They are interconnected with criss crossing paths and set among trees which provide inviting dappled shade on the central lawn. Chalets come with double or twin bed and a triple set up can be arranged on request. All chalets are quite luxurious with inspiring artwork and en-suite bathrooms with showers.
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This Livingstone restaurant comfortably seats 70 diners, in spacious surrounds with a classic approach to design. With an on site bakery and butchery and the use of locally sourced greens you can be sure that you will only be served the freshest and tastiest dishes at this Livingstone restaurant.
The restaurant is open to the public. Resort guests can eat either in the restaurant or in their rooms. The small but welcoming Kuomboka Bar is a very pleasant and friendly place, perfect for a night cap. It is well stocked with local and international beverages. Accommodation can be provided for those that need it.
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As Wasawange Lodge and Tours is just two kilometres from Livingstone International Airport, it is perfectly placed for travelling business delegates. It offers excellent conferencing services for a successful Livingstone conference, workshop, training session or professional event. Wasawange can seat seat up to 100 delegates, and 70 can be comfortably seated in one restaurant sitting if required.
These Livingstone conference facilities are fully equipped with flip charts, overhead projector, LCD projector and white screen. Conference participants are provided with writing pads, pens, mint sweets and refreshments and are encouraged to enjoy all the facilities at Wasawange. There is also a fully equipped business centre on-site. The conferencing team at this Livingstone lodge is happy to help you plan your event, and ensure the catering is to the right standard. The tour operating team can also arrange group activities – after all, you are in Livingstone!
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While it is possible to run around and book your own activities in Livingstone while you travel Zambia, it can be nice to relax and enjoy a welcome drink on arrival without having to worry about a thing. All you'll have to do is go to the on-site activities booking desk and talk to the well informed Wasawange team. They will establish what kind of activities you are looking to do in Livingstone, explain all the procedures and arrange all your Livingstone tours. You just have to be ready at the pick up time. This service is also available to visitors to Livingstone who aren’t staying at Wasawange but are looking for a professional team to help arrange their itineraries and transfers between activities.
Wasawange can arrange the most amazing and memorable Livingstone adventure travel experiences, ranging from visits to the sensational Victoria Falls and historic Livingstone town, to adrenalin pumping adventures and fantastic safari wildlife trips right here in Livingstone, Zambia. Challenge yourself to a full day of unlimited gorge swinging, abseiling, high wiring all set below the Victoria falls in the beautiful Batoka Gorge. This includes a free lunch, soft drinks and beer and, if required, day visas and transfers.
On the water there's jet boating – a thrilling adventure on the Zambezi River in the Batoka Gorge below the Victoria Falls. Feel the wind in your hair and the spray on your face as the powerful jet boats speed through the rapids, rush past gorge walls and spin on flat water. White water rafting on the Zambezi River, known as the fiercest river in the world, is a challenge not to be missed – giving participants excellent bragging rights!
Another must do is bungee jumping the 111 metres off the Victoria Falls Bridge. With a 100% safety record and over 50,000 people who have committed themselves to the thrill of jumping off the bridge, you will challenge the limits of your mind, and experience the edge of fear.
After this, why not chill out on a sunset game viewing cruise down the stunning Zambezi River, with delicious on board food and unlimited drinks. For the quiet spirited, try an upper Zambezi canoe trip and experience the tranquil waters of the Zambezi. Or opt for birding experiences or a full day spa session! This is a short list of the many activities available for visitors to Livingstone. You can use Wasawange as your base to explore this fabulously exciting destination.
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