Robin Pope Safaris, one of Zambia’s leading safari companies, has announced that Livingstone-based Stanley Safari Lodge has recently joined their exclusive group of luxury camps and lodges. Both parties are enthusiastic for the future and foresee Stanley Safari Lodge growing from strength to strength under the Robin Pope Safaris’ banner.
Robin Pope Safaris said the hotel was a welcome addition to its family, which will enhance the Zambian circuit and experience for guests. The 10-roomed lodge exudes old school glamour with carefully chosen colonial touches and is situated three kilometres from the Victoria Falls, which was built by Reinout de Gruijter and his wife in 2004.
The company said that, to ensure a smooth transition, De Gruijter would work hand in hand on the marketing side with the Robin Pope Safaris team.
Robin Pope Safaris will honour all bookings currently in place for the lodge at the contracted rates. Contracts in place at the moment will also be met where possible.
The booking process with Stanley Safaris remains unaffected and those with existing bookings can continue to email the address they used before.
Since its birth in 1986, Robin Pope Safaris has always been synonymous with excellent service, responsible tourism and expert guiding. Their special group of safari camps and experiences are based in the unspoilt South Luangwa National Park, home to one of the greatest collections of wildlife in the world.
The camps include an all-weather camp at Nkwali, two dry season camps in Nsefu as well as walking and fly camping safari operations. All properties offer a true luxury wilderness experience where guests are treated to delicious evening meals under star-studded skies, accommodation with a timeless elegance and, of course, some of the best service and private guides in Africa.
Date: 2 May 2013