The Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is set high on a plateau, which forms a natural boundary to the unfenced Zambezi National Park. Its conveniently located close to the majestic Victoria Falls.
This deluxe 72-roomed African lodge prides itself on hospitality and food rivalled only by the uninterrupted views and magnificent sunsets. Created with a keen eye for detail using hardwoods, thatch and vibrant colours - the effect is awe-inspiring. Each bedroom at this Zimbabwe lodge is air-conditioned and has its own bathroom and en-suite bathroom.
In the Buffalo Bar, Makuwa-Kuwa Restaurant and on the pool deck you will enjoy delicious internationally inspired cuisine. A highlight each day is the feeding of the vultures in front of the lodge. An on-site waterhole attracts a wide variety of game, including Elephant, Buffalo, Impala and Kudu to this Zimbabwe lodging.
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge offers a unique venue for conferences and business seminars. The lodge provides an efficient and friendly service, catering for all your business needs. Facilities include 2 conference rooms, 3 breakaway rooms and an open-air amphitheatre.
No trip to Victoria Falls would be complete without enjoying a traditional meal at The Boma, Place of Eating. Positioned near the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge and cozily set amidst the indigenous Gusu forest, The Boma is not just another ethnic restaurant, but a unique cultural experience that bombards the senses with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa.
Specialising in a superb selection of Zimbabwean dishes The Boma allows guests to sample ethnic delicacies and observe local customs. Ndebele performers, who captivate guests with their energetic songs and dance, accentuate the sights and sounds of the evening.
Steeped in mystery, Sangoma can predict your future and explain the country's folklore, culture and heritage. Given its layout, design and location, the lodge is not recommended for young children.