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Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Featured Destination by GURU



Situated on a plateau just 4km from the majestic Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, the award-winning Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, surrounded by the wilds of Africa, offers an unforgettable experience.

The sunset-facing 72-room Victoria Falls hotel offers endless views of African bush stretching to the horizon, which includes a waterhole frequented by elephant, buffalo, kudu and other wildlife, as well as a rich variety of birds.

The central area features the award-winning MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant, the famous Buffalo Bar, a two-tiered swimming pool and a fitness room, all of which offer magnificent sunset-facing views of over African bushveld and our wildlife-rich waterhole.

There are three different room types to choose from – the Lodge Standard Room, the Lodge Waterhole Facing Room and the Lodge Waterhole Facing Suites.

All rooms are spacious and light, with glass sliding doors opening on to private balconies with unrivalled views of the bushveld at sunset. The majority of rooms also overlook a central waterhole, offering the opportunity to observe herds of game quenching their thirst.

This is your perfect starting point for your Zimbabwe, Botswana or Zambian safari.

Property details
Location Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Accommodation 72 Rooms
Guest Room Facilities Air-Con, Safe, Balcony, Fan, Mini Bar, WiFi, Hair Dryer, Tea / Coffee
Camp Facilities Security, Business Cnt, Pool, Bar, Restaurant, Spa, Parking, Laundry
Family Policy All ages
Activities On Site Bird Watching, Game Walks, Massage, Game Viewing Hide
Activities Nearby Canoeing, Cycling, Scenic Flights, Fishing, Historic & Culteral Tours, Golf, River Cruise, Safari
Included Breakfast on a B&B rate, WiFi
Not Included All nearby activities, Transfers, Gratuities, Spa or Massage
Why the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge? Victoria Falls is the acclaimed Adventure Capital of Africa, and this is your perfect starting point for your safari
Pricing Upon Request - Open All Year
Errors and Omissions Excepted (E&OE)


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