Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

This award-winning lodge is set majestically high on a plateau that forms a natural boundary to the unfenced Zambezi National Park just four kilometres from the thundering Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe’s foremost tourist destination.

Designed to give the impression of a vast open-plan tree house, the lodge is built on seven levels rising high above the pristine bushveld. All 72 rooms boast the highest level of sophistication and comfort. Each has its own balcony overlooking the national park, whilst most look onto the natural waterhole which provides excellent game and bird viewing opportunities throughout the day. Victoria Falls Safari Lodge boasts two of the country’s top restaurants. MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant celebrates the richness of Africa’s heritage with fine fare, unmatched hospitality and superb views, whilst The Boma – Place of Eating offers an unforgettable African dining experience.

A stylish and sizable room that gets just enough light.
Beautiful paintings of Lilac Breasted Rollers in flight brighten up the living area.
Such majestic animals, elephant, just some of the wildlife one can see at the Victoria Falls Lodge.
The spray of water that comes off the waterfall from the vast amount of water coming down the Victoria Falls can be seen from a distance.
Comfortable chairs, a well ventilated area and a good screen for projections is just what you need from a conference venue.
Watch the sunset on another wonderful day from high up on the deck, while enjoying a romantic dinner with your loved one.
Scrumptious burgers and chips makes for a delicious lunch.
A lovely exterior with large windows, a thatch roof and solid walls.
Modern abstract art in bright colours are used to decorate the sizable suites.
Why eat anywhere else, when one has a 360 degree view of the landscape of Zimbabwe.
As the sun sets have a glass of wine with this spectacular meal straight from the Victoria Falls Lodge kitchen.
Beautiful interiors created with the use of natural materials.