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Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is situated on an elevated plateau outside Victoria Falls, bordering the Zambezi National Park.

This traditional wood and thatch lodge enjoys stunning views over endless stretches of pristine bush. Seventy two comfortable rooms have private balconies from which to gaze out over the landscape and waterhole, as the sun dips below the horizon.

There are 6 blocks of rooms under thatch and the split central areas are spread over three levels, although a lift is available. The open spaces and contemporary d├ęcor create a warm African ambiance, ideal for unwinding whilst absorbing the exquisite vistas. Delicious meals are served in the MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant and bar snacks at the Buffalo Bar. Perhaps enjoy The Boma – Dinner and Drum Show with its traditional dancing and drumming as well as wide range of local and international dishes. The lodge has a complimentary shuttle which runs to the Falls and the town, as well as full wi-fi access.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Style

Lodge

Rooms

72

Open Season

Open all year round

Safari Experience

Resort activities on offer consist of hide sits, guided walks with a professional guide and nature trails.

Additional activities may be booked including day and night drives either in the National Park or on private concessions.

White water rafting, canoeing, helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls, walks with lions, elephant interaction,  sunset cruises, bungee jumping and gorge swings are all available for the adventurous.

 

Wildlife & Birdlife

The National Parks contain abundant wildlife including sizable populations of elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, and a variety of antelope.

Lion and leopard are only occasionally seen.

Vervet monkeys and baboons are common.

The river above the falls contains large populations of hippopotamus and crocodile.

In the area around Victoria Falls, you’ll be able to view a great diversity of birds within rain forest, riverine, gorge and savannah habitats.

Access to these habitats is simple as road networks in Zambezi National Park and Mosi-oa-Tunya are good and boating allows easy access to the riverine fringes.

For the more active, walking trails are abundant.

The truly adventurous can explore birding habitats on horseback and move away from the tourist crowds. 

A day’s birding in the company of a good guide will allow you to clock up close to 100 species.

Local species include Rock Pratincole, Schalow’s Turaco, African Finfoot, Half Collared Kingfisher and Thick Billed Weaver.

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