Victoria Falls Safari Lodge: Information from the owner
All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.
|No. of rooms||72|
Main description of Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
Victoria Falls Lodge: Facilities
|Property facilities||Secure Parking|
|Room facilities||Tea / Coffee, Safe, Air Conditioning, Deck, En-Suite, Fan, Shower, Disabled Rooms, Hair Dryer, Internet, Complementary Wi-Fi, Mini Bar, Pure Cotton Linen|
|Available services||Airport Shuttles, Babysitting Service, Credit Card, Laundry Service, Room Service, Travel Desk, Foreign Exchange, Room Service (24 hours)|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Fine Dining, Massages, Walks, Boat Cruises, Child Friendly Activities, Cultural Tours, Game Drives, General Sightseeing, Horse Riding, Kayaking / Paddling, Adrenaline Activities, Animal Encounters, Big 5, Canoeing, Elephant-back Safaris, Fishing, Golf, Helicopter Rides, Historical Tours, Horse-back Safaris, River Cruises, Safaris, Tree-top Canopy Tours|
Room types at Victoria Falls Lodge
The 5 Deluxe rooms have wonderful views onto the lodge’s on-site waterhole, and can accommodate a rollaway bed for a child less than 12 years of age.
The Victoria Falls Safari Lodge’s king suites have an open plan lounge area with a guest toilet/ cloakroom downstairs as well as a private balcony. An open staircase leads up to the bedroom and en suite raised bathroom with a luxury bath and separate shower.
The Victoria Falls Safari Lodge’s standard rooms are furnished with double or twin beds and have an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in rainfall shower. West facing balconies overlooking the Zambezi National Park promise unforgettable sunset views over the park.
Activities at Victoria Falls Lodge
Enjoy hours in the sunshine, learning about the African bush and wildlife. Walks generally depart at 06h15 and you will return at about 14h30.
Our onsite guide can take you on a walk down to the Hide, which overlooks the waterhole. This is an amazing opportunity to have an up-close experience with game and is brilliant for photos.
Vulture Culture Experience
All guests at the resort, as well as visitors to the Lodge are invited to enjoy this daily educational activity affectionately referred to as the ‘Vulture Culture’ experience.
This program is for guests at the resort, as well as visitors. It focuses on the ecological importance of raptors and scavengers in order to maintain and to build an overall awareness of conservations issues these birds face. By educating about the feeding habits and conservation of vultures, we are not only creating awareness of the conservations issues that faces these birds, but benefiting their living environment within the area.
The experience occurs daily at 1300hrs in front of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, and lasts approximately 30 minutes.
The activity is great for photography and bird identification, and to date is thoroughly enjoyed by guests and visitors.
At 1245hrs, our resident guide gathers the guests sitting at the Buffalo Bar to join him to head to down to the feeding area. Carcasses from The Boma dinner the previous night are thrown out to attract circling vultures. This is an amazing experience as there is activity in the sky at 1245hrs and by 1300hrs – it is heaving with over 100 vultures and other birds of prey.
Restaurants at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
The award-winning MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is not to be missed. The restaurant is widely-known for its impeccable service, exquisite meals and fine selection of South African wines. he restaurant’s decor is luxurious, with a traditional Africa safari flare and just the right atmosphere in which to relax and relive the day’s animal sightings. The international a la carte menu also includes popular dishes with a local flare like Pumba Fillet and Impala Loin as well as Kudu fillets, and for the more adventurous, smoked crocodile pasta. Meals are all beautifully prepared with only the freshest ingredients. The split-level restaurant overlooks the lodge’s on-site watering hole that is often frequented by buffalo, elephant, warthog, antelope and colourful birdlife - the views alone guarantee a memorable meal. The view over the African bush at sunset is one not to be forgotten. As the restaurant is very popular bookings are essential. MaKuwa-Kuwa is open every day for breakfast (07h00 - 10h00), lunch (12h30 - 14h30) and dinner (19h00 - 22h00). The dress code is smart-casual. Summer evenings are warm, so light clothing is ideal, but winter evenings (June - August) can be chilly, so patrons are advised to bring a warm layer or two. Dinner guests are encouraged to be seated by 19h30 to enjoy MaKuwa-Kuwa’s resident acapella group’s beautiful African songs. MaKuwa-Kuwa is also available for private parties of no more than 100 guests, provided that most of the guests are resident at either the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Victoria Falls Safari Club, Victoria Falls Safari Suites or Lokuthula Lodges. All bookings for private parties can be done through the functions manager or reservation office. The restaurant’s decor is luxurious, with a traditional Africa safari flare and just the right atmosphere in which to relax and relive the day’s animal sightings. The international a la carte menu also includes popular dishes with a local flare like Pumba Fillet and Impala Loin as well as Kudu fillets, and for the more adventurous, smoked crocodile pasta. Meals are all beautifully prepared with only the freshest ingredients.