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Physical Address:

Riverside Drive, Off Sichango Road, Livingstone, Zambia

Postal Address:

P.O.Box 60052, Livingstone, Zambia

Phone:  +260 21 332 4601
Phone (Int):  +260 21 332 4601
Fax:  +260 213 234615
Email:  keithr@threecities.co.za

General Manager:

Keith Rissik: keithr@threecities.co.za

Region: Livingstone, Zambia
Physical Address:  Riverside Drive, Off Sichango Road, Livingstone, Zambia


The new Victoria Falls conference venue at the Three Cities David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa, in Zambia, is now open.

The facility has an internal space of 250m² and offers WiFi as well as AV equipment.  The facility can accommodate 280 guests in cinema-style seating, 138 guests in convention seating and 192 guests for a banquet. The event space is continued outside with a 140m² Bedouin-tented patio area seating 160 guests, which overlooks a waterhole where guests can view elephant, impala and local birdlife.

There is a boardroom facility for up to 12 guests, an open-air Boma, and an amphitheatre venue where guests can enjoy traditional cuisine and watch performances by local talent. The kitchen and a bar is named, ‘The Watering Hole’.

The Victoria Falls Conference Centre is a minutes’ walk from the Three Cities David Livingstone Safari Lodge and Spa, which is situated 5km from Zambia’s tourism capital Livingstone and 8km from the Victoria Falls. The lodge offers 72 en-suite luxury rooms and five executive suites with views of the Zambezi River from private balconies.