Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, adjacent to the Zambezi National Park, forms a large open-plan tree house among the indigenous trees. From here, guests can enjoy luxury accommodation, as well as a spectacular view of the African bushveld and wildlife. In addition to this wonderful African experience, the lodge is only 4km away from the Victoria Falls rainforest.
- Fully equipped, African influenced en-suite rooms
- Spectacular views
- Award-winning Boma and Makuwa Kuwa restaurants
- Game viewing
- Swimming pool
- Range of activities, including boat trips on the Zambezi
- Hourly shuttle service
- Kids' games room
- Babysitting services
- TV lounge
- Disabled facilities
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge has luxurious en-suite rooms with an African influence. Each room has a private balcony from where guests can enjoy a spectacular view over the African bushveld, as well as beautiful sunsets. The rooms are all air-conditioned and fully equipped for guests' convenience. Features include a bathroom, mosquito nets, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer and safe. Suites also include a luxury bathroom and a mini-bar.
Activities on Offer
The lodge also offers its guests an exciting variety of activities, including game viewing and boat trips on the Zambezi River. Extreme activities like bungee jumping and white-water rafting are also available. Furthermore, the lodge provides an hourly shuttle service to the town, the craft market and the breathtaking Victoria Falls.
Where to Eat
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is also home to two award-winning restaurants. Makuwa Kuwa offers an a la carte choice of dishes and a beautiful view of the waterhole, while Boma is situated in the Gusu forest and provides guests with an authentic African culinary experience.
- Government tourism levy of 2%
- Transport to lodge
- Personal travel insurance
- Meals not specified
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Victoria Falls is the most spectacular sight anywhere in Africa. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, this huge curtain waterfall lies on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, where the mighty Zambezi River plunges 108 m down into a narrow gorge, creating a waterfall that is a mile wide. A visit to Southern Africa is not complete without having seen the Victoria Falls. The falls can be visited from the Zambian or from the Zimbabwean side. The town on the Zambian side is called Livingstone, and the town on the Zimbabwean side is also called Victoria Falls. Both locations are safe, popular tourist destinations with good infrastructure and a variety of accommodation options.
Our 15-Day Southern Africa Signature Safari is what we consider to be an ideal safari itinerary on a mid-range budget to see the best of Southern Africa within a limited time frame. Take in some of Southern Africa's top destinations – the spectacular Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe; Chobe National Park in Botswana; picturesque Cape Town and the Garden Route; the Kruger National Park and the famous Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa.