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 Lokuthula Lodges

Lokuthula – pronounced ‘Lock-oo-too-la’ – in the local siNdebele tongue means Place of Peace. An apt name for these well-appointed lodges set in tranquil, indigenous gardens where elephant roam and warthogs kneel to mow the lush lawns!

This luxurious self-catering timeshare resort consists of 37 rustic thatched lodges, a mere four kilometres from the spectacular World Heritage Site of Victoria Falls. Situated within the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge resort estate, Lokuthula is surrounded by 80,000 hectares of unspoilt African bush and borders the unfenced Zambezi National Park. A nearby waterhole facilitates free passage of wildlife, including buffalo, elephant, hyaena and a variety of plains game, between the park and the lodges.

The interiors decorated in African prints and woven baskets.
A roll up window cover that allows guests to have a all round view of their surroundings.
What's better than a braai and a beer at Lokuthula Lodges.
Large open spaces allows on to be at one with nature.
A sounder of warthogs grazing past the thatched lodges, that border the unfenced Zambezi National Park.
A large sparkling pool to take take a splash in on a hot summer's day.
Lounging and dining area down stairs looking out across the bush.
African inspired interiors with a mix of bright colours and neutrals.