River Club is situated on the Zambian side of the
Zambezi River, 18 kilometres upstream from Victoria
Falls. The camp has a distinct Edwardian flavour,
and guests here enjoy the sights and sounds of Victoria
Falls and the Zambezi River in a peaceful and tranquil
setting away from the crowds.
luxury, thatched chalets overlook the Zambezi River,
and have en-suite facilities including a bath, shower,
toilet and basin. All the rooms have fans. The rooms
are all completely open in the front giving guests
the best possible views of the Zambezi. The main building
also has an interesting library.
Victoria Falls are one of the 7 Natural Wonders of
the World and is arguably the greatest waterfall in
the world. Daily trips to the Falls are a highlight.
Boating to the Zambezi River's islands provides relaxed
afternoon activities, and fishing and sundowner trips
Zambezi National Park is located just across the river,
and elephants can be seen on the river bank. A rich
bird life is found in the area. Hippos are regularly
sighted (and heard) along the river's edge.
Kaya Mawa’s main building is situated high on
a rocky promontory overlooking the lake and has three
rooms on the lower western side of the promontory.
On the long sweeping beach below and to the west of
the main promontory there are another two chalets.
At the far end of the beach a good 10 minute walk
from the main building and set high on the rocks overlooking
the bay are another two chalets. There are two rooms
on their own rocky outcrops to the east of the main
building. The honeymoon island is a good 50 metres
out into the lake depending on prevailing water levels
and is accessed by boat or by swimming.
Each room has: Raised four poster mahogany bed, sunken
bath, shower and loo, fans, soaps and shampoos, outside
seating area, insect repellent.
• Magnificent views of the sunset and river
• Thatched and split levelled
• En-suite bathrooms with bath and shower with
great views across the river
• In eight of the bedrooms, the bathroom is
situated underneath the bedroom.
• Fans in chalets
• Mosquito nets and coils
• Bird baths outside
• Small balcony area in rooms
• Completely open fronted
• One room can accommodate wheelchairs and wheelchair
ramps are available
• Thick duvets and hot water bottles in winter
• Hairdryers available at reception
• Soaps, shampoos and insect repellents are
supplied in each room
AT THE RIVER CLUB
The following activities are included in the full
• Visits to Musi oa Tunya National Park in 1x7-seater
open safari vehicle and 2x7-seater closed Mercedes
• Fishing and sundowner boat trips to island
in front of the lodge
• Visits to historical Livingstone, Livingstone
Museum & Railway Museum
• Jewish tour
• Visits to the Zambian side of the Victoria
Falls (umbrellas and ponchos are provided by the lodge)
• See a local 700 year-old African village
an extra cost the following can be arranged:
• Horse riding
• Day trips to the Chobe Game Park
• Full day and hald day canoeing
• White water rafting and river boarding (seasonal
= July to January)
• Jet boating (seasonal = July to January)
• Bungi jumping
• Gorge swinging
• Helicopter and microlight flights
• Tigermoth flights
• Elephant back safaris
• Visits to the Zimbabwean side, rounds of golf
can be arranged.
Rich bird life with Hippo, Crocodile, Elephant and
Impala. Near Livingstone there is a small park with
White Rhino, Giraffe etc.