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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
- 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
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- 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
We spent two nights at this wonderful place. All the staff were exceptionally well trained, helpful and full of initiative- one receptionist brought us all umbrellas during a storm as we went to return to our rooms in the next, thatched lodge and our rooms were serviced twice a day. Restaurant is good, breakfasts wonderful. 180 degree views over the National Park were stunning. Bushbuck, warthogs and little monkeys came right up to the balcony. The vulture feeding programme is not to be missed - there must have been over 100 huge birds. Swimming pools are small but nice, one really deep, fab changing rooms if needed. Do not miss the Falls or evening boat trip- both unforgettable experiences.
JuMaC1 - Greater London, United Kingdom
The food and service is excellent. The friendliest staff I have ever met, from the guy at the gate till the lady cleaning the room. Everybody is so knowledgeable and proud of what they are doing. I will recommend a stay here most definitely.
steynhanlie - Pretoria, South Africa
Just returned from 3 nights at Vic Falls Safari Lodge which is beautifully sited in lush vegitation overlooking a waterhole. Great trips to Chobe National Park in Botswana, walk of the Falls and the helicopter ride was well worth the money. Staff friendly, food good. Rooms quite small made even smaller when the mosquito nets are around the bed!
dorothyternent - Wetherby, United Kingdom
Stayed here with the family (wife and 3 kids) for 2 nights from the 1st to the 3rd of January 2018. The whole family loved it and we cant wait to visit again. The family suite is so spacious. Food was excellent. We all loved being by the pool and enjoy nature at the same time. Service is world class. No one was hustling you for a tip. Not forgetting the excellent bar men Thabo, Samson and Tinashe, (i hope i got the names right), but i will put a picture down below. When you visit let them make you a refereshing "crocodile tears". The location is so relaxing too. Breakfast was good and everyone had a genuine smile. Well done to the whole team.
CeCe Na Vee C
I have no idea how it happened - but through the website and even other reviews - I wound up paying $450 USD per night (2 people sharing a room) for something worth closer to $150 USD per night. The videos and photos they have online are outstanding - and not truly realistic of most rooms and every day waterhole/lodge activity. The rooms are very small, basic and tired. The closet is so sketchy feeling I don't want to put clothes in there (there is no dresser). The bed takes up 80% of the room - so you scarcely have space to open suitcases. On the up-side....a family of baboons came on our terrace yesterday which I loved (many would not - and consider them pests). We only have breakfast included in our rate (mediocre), and EVERYTHING else you can bet you pay for. They even own their own 'hide' by the waterhole - and want you to pay $50 on top of your $450 per night to use it! I think they should have it for guests, first some first serve. For the price, I had also hoped they would have at least a free 'walk' with someone who knows the area - or some other activities. They have a 'vulture lunch' - where they put food out and vultures come eat it (oh wow) - but that is all you get without paying extra. As others have said - the big thing here is to push you into PAID activities all day long (which of course they get a commission for). Even to visit the national park to see the falls - $30 USD (with NO guide etc - just entry). I won't be back - likely not even to Vic Falls (and certainly not to this lodge unless they drop the price by 75%).
Marie B - Halifax Canada