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Victoria Falls Safari Lodge in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Consistently voted as being in the upper echelon of Africa's outposts, Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is a legendary destination in Zimbabwe. Bordering Zambezi National Park, and situated less than five miles from Victoria Falls itself, this spectacular hotel is ideally positioned to offer travelers the best that Africa has to offer. Every guest room and suite features a private balcony overlooking the park and endless expansive of sky, with some even featuring glimpses of the adjacent watering hole. The lodge hosts two types of accommodations - the exclusive Safari Club and the modern Safari Suites. The suites are set in a natural bush environment, with upstairs master bedrooms, gorgeous patios, and spacious lounges. And the ultra luxurious club rooms boast open design and ample space, with VIP amenities like butler service and private check-in. Regardless of your specific location at the lodge, all rooms feature wireless Internet access, and there is a community game room, library, and media lounge, as well. Settle in to your majestic environment, watch the wildlife over the watering hole, unwind watching an unforgettable African sunset, and take pleasure in all that is Victoria Falls Safari Lodge.
The lodge's convenient and experienced activities desk is ready at the helm to help you plan your time in Africa perfectly. From guided safari walks, nature trail hiking and bird watching, to game drives and night safaris, golf, whitewater rafting and more, there are endless opportunities for adventure. Being located on the borders of Zambia and Botswana, guests at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge are privy to the best day trips and experiences. Whether you want to explore Livingstone or Chobe National Park, it is all there for the discovering. Dining is a unique experience in itself at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, as there are a number of options available for you to try and savor. The Boma - Place of Eating is a traditional cultural norm in Africa, where guests gather for open-air meals, storytelling, live entertainment, and more. Local cuisine is served on cast iron plates, with a variety of freshly prepared soups, salads, entrées, and desserts. Then there is the award-winning MaKuwa-Kuwa, a gourmet venue featuring spectacular views in addition to its superb cuisine. Just downstairs is Buffalo Bar, as well, which has its own game-viewing platform to enjoy over post-dinner drinks, sundowner cocktails, or a fine glass of wine. Toast to the good life, at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge.
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Amenities for Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
- General Information
- 72 Guest Rooms
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- 2 Restaurants
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Game Room
- Complimentary Self-Parking
- Live Entertainment
- Internet Cafe
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Ceiling Fans
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Nature Walks
- Boat Excursions
- White Water River Rafting
- Wildlife Viewing
- Game Drives
- National Parks
- Active & Adventure
- Lodges & Ranches
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
Wonderful staff, great views and best place to stay in Victoria Falls! Able to facilitate all our activities with excellent operators. Loved discoverysafaris for our game walk. More than highly recommend this hotel for your stay in Vic Falls
I had an excellent experience of Vic falls during my 24 hrs visit. I'd like to come again with my family. I especially want my grandchildren to visit here and join more activities all together. Thanks to my business partner for this excellent opprtunity.
The glamorous central lodge and room buildings made of rough-hewn timber and oversized thatched roof is what you THINK a safari lodge in Africa is going to look like, and seems out of a movie set, right down to the pan-African artwork showcased around the building. The watering hole it overlooks got a lot of visitors including elephants, cape buffalo, impala, and various birds. But the rooms are getting a bit old and particularly the bathrooms are in need of some repairs and an update. Mosquito nets do not seal the beds perfectly. Views overlooking the watering hole are totally worth it if you are going to spend any time relaxing in your room. You are next to the national wildlife park and it feels like it, but less you forget you are also near a large tourist town, the front desk is a constant stream of guests with staff frantic to process them. We asked for a few things and the ball was dropped a lot...they care but just are very busy. Concierge service was likewise very busy and provided below-average service. Bell and front door service is excellent and efficient. Service at the open-air terrace restaurant and bar was wonderful every time: professional, caring and friendly. It takes advantage of the interior of the cavernous wood structure of the lodge and with the overlook to the watering hole is spectacular. There was music at dinner and of course one of the places we heard "Wimoweh" ("The Lion Sleeps Tonight"). Warning re: the visiting monkeys..be careful if you sit on the outer railing as the monkeys scamper on them and take your food! Food was excellent and high quality. The vulture feeding at lunchtime directly below the lodge was amazing, and I definitely learned a lot about these threatened birds, so sad. The vultures started collecting in trees around the lodge an hour or so before and I got some great flight shots while sitting on my balcony before going down to watch the feeding. I could have skipped the Boma Restaurant, but it was included in the cost of our package stay. It was fun and colorful, but for the money was pretty commercial. Taxi fares to/from the lodge and town and sites are very high. We bargained with the taxi driver before we got in and at times even asked the front doormen to assist to get the price lower if the taxi driver was too stubborn to lower the ridiculous prices.
ScottN - Walnut Creek, California
This was a perfect end to out holiday and added a nice touch of luxury after the full-on safari in Kruger and Chobi areas. Elephant, kudu, warthogs,buffalo, bushbuck, Malibu storks, bee eaters and lots of vultures were around the lodge and water hole.
Tim R - Chichester, United Kingdom
We had a great two night stay. The facilities were great with the only down side being a few holes in the mosquito net which allowed at least one to get in during the night. This aside, it was a great way to finish our week in Southern Africa. The food at breakfast, the Buffalo Bar for lunch and in the restaurant at night was superb. The service was as good as any we had on our trip with all staff friendly. I strongly suggest you visit the Boma restaurant and show nearby for an entertaining evening.
Alastair T - Auckland Region, New Zealand