In the Area

Home to Victoria Falls, the area of Livingstone is filled with a plethora of wonderful sights, sounds, experiences and people. Take time to adventure further down the Zambezi River or engage with the local culture on a visit to a near-by village. Enter a wildlife haven at Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park or embark on a journey through time with a historic tour. There is much to see and do in Livingstone, use our handy Build Your Stay @ The Club introduction to the area to learn more about the possibilities or contact us for information and costs. 

Ready for a spot of exercise? Join us at the courts.


For pricing please refer to above Activities Sheets

Our community is at the heart of everything we do

Local Village Visit

The River Club has been involved with the local community since 2000, helping improve the lives of the people who live in our area. Join us for a visit to a nearby village to see our initiatives in action, to spend quality time in the environment of these traditional African settlements and to immerse yourself in the local culture of our beautiful land. 

Tigerfish are renowned for being fighters - experience the rush for yourself

Fishing on the Zambezi

The river is home to an abundance of fresh water fish from those perfect to pair with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc to others that put up a bit more of a fight. The mighty Tigerfish is renowned for being one the hardest fighting fresh water game fish with houdini-like escape tactics. Enjoy time on the river, rod in hand, searching for bass to bream, and the feisty Tigerfish. 

Railway Jewish Museum Tour

Co-founder of The River Club, Peter Jones is passionate about the history of Livingstone. Venture on a journey through the history of the town and it's Jewish heritage beginning at the Museum and continuing through the town to the Synagogue.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park - the waterfall experience

The Victoria Falls and rainforest is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The River Club takes guests on guided tours to walk in front of this amazing natural wonder. During high water expect to get wet from the spray (the lodge provides guests with raincoats). At low water see the rock-strewn river bed and water flow below the waterfall and the glory of the gorge formation itself. The views on the Zambian side are different to the views on the Zimbabwe side.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park - the wildlife experience

The River Club conducts game viewing drives to see the wide variety of plains game including giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala, elephant and buffalo (there are no large predators due to the close proximity of town and other human habitation). The park is also home to the only white rhino in Zambia. However these are not encountered on game drives. To see the white rhino, The River Club can book a Game/Rhino Walk (extra cost – see Walking Safaris).

Explore on foot with a walking safari


For pricing please refer to above Activities Sheets

Canoeing Safaris

Professionally guided canoe safaris take you through the narrow channels on the incredible Zambezi River where you will experience breathtaking scenery and incredible game viewing. With a choice of a half day or full day canoeing excursion, the experience can be as active as you wish. 

Elephant Café

Built on an elevated wooden deck on the Zambezi River, interact with the resident family of hand-reared elephants and enjoy a leisurely meal gazing over the breathtaking river listening to the sounds of the bush. 

A vintage steam train and dining experience

Dining on the Royal Livingstone Express

Dine in the luxurious comfort of an air-conditioned vintage, dinner steam train as you travel along this section of the famed “Cape to Cairo” route. Your journey takes you to the bridge at Victoria Falls to gaze upon the Falls in the evening before your five-course dinner is served. 

Walking Safaris

For a more active, authentic experience, walking safaris in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park can be arranged with a knowledgeable guide. If possible, gaze upon the rhino from a distance or discover the abundance of wild animals in the area including a magnificent array of birdlife. 


Please see our Activities Fact Sheet for costing. 

Horse Trails

Riding through the teak forests and wilderness areas, crossing over rivers and exploring along the banks of the river... The elevated position of a horseback safari is one of the better ways to enjoy the inspiring natural beauty of the local bush and river-side. 

Chobe National Park (Botswana)

Looking to venture a bit further afield? Chobe National Park is an ideal day trip into neighbouring Botswana  for a pristine bush experience. The park overlooks the Chobe river and offers spectacular views over the floodplains and is home to a large concentration of browsing and grazing animals.