The camp offers a wide variety of inclusive activities excluding museum and park fees. Most visitors come for the tour to Victoria Falls. Daily game drives are conducted by expert rangers in an open-vehicle. Sunrise or sunset boat trips down the Zambezi on a powerboat include snacks and sundowners. Canoeing trips give a closer glimpse of the game-rich river as well as fishing opportunities. Visits to the Livingstone Museum teach about Zambia’s culture and natural heritage. For more cultural experiences, guests can travel to Simonga Village, the school at Tujatane, the bizarre at Maramba, or the curio market at Mukuni Park. Other non-inclusive activities that can be booked through the camp include helicopter flights, elephant safaris, trips on the Livingstone Express train, and jet boats shooting the rapids.
The camp has been voted one of the top ten eco-lodges in Africa by Fodor’s. The camp uses solar power and paraffin lamps as well as biodegradable soaps, shampoos, and cleaning supplies. Delicious meals are cooked up the chef using fresh, sustainable local ingredients many picked from the camp’s own gardens and orchards. Guests can choose to dine privately in their chalet or publicly on one of three open-air dining decks. For a little more adventure, meals can be eaten on a Sampan anchored offshore in the Zambezi River, attended by waiters who deliver each course by canoe.