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Stanleys

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Stanley Safari Lodge is a small (10 rooms) exclusive lodge near the Victoria Falls in Zambia. Situated about 3km East of the Zambezi river and the Falls, the lodge looks to the west the National Park, Zambezi and spray of the Victoria Falls.

Most of the rooms are open-sided towards the view, which creates a unique design and which is much appreciated by slightly more adventurous travellers. Striving to not be comapared to an air-conditioned 5-star hotel with minibar and CNN in the room, Stanleys is a great option for the safari camp enthusiast. .

Of the 10 rooms, there are 6 'normal' cottages/rooms and 4 Suites with private plunge pools

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Written by  Julian Carter-Manning.

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