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Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
Why we like it
- Standard rooms feature a private balcony overlooking the Mosoi-oa-Tunya National Park
- A selection of rooms available from standard rooms to six split level suites
- Warm and friendly staff who look after you exceptionally throughout your stay
- Perfect base to see the Victoria Falls and explore all the activities that this area has to offer
The Boma at the lodge offers a unique African experience including traditional dancers and the opportunity to try tasty local dishes.
Just a short note to thank you for all your efforts in putting together our itinerary for our honeymoon. We had the most utterly fantastic time and we were impressed time and again by the A&K service; all of the transfers happened perfectly and we were looked after from the minute our journey began. We also got a sense that we were staying in places that we would not have found had it not been booked through you. In par
West facing, this 72 bedroom lodge is set high on a plateau on the border of the Zambezi National Park and just four kilometres from the Victoria Falls. Overlooking its own frequently visited water hole, the lodge is ideally positioned to offer outstanding hospitality and an authentic wildlife experience. Each of the bedrooms are lavishly decorated with vibrant African colours, fabrics and fittings. Private balconies overlook the unfenced Zambezi National Park or water hole. A shuttle bus runs every 30 minutes to all the attractions of the area, including the Victoria Falls.
Livingstone (Zambia) or Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) via Johannesburg
12 hrs 15 mins
GMT+ 2 hrs
Required for UK passport holders
The UNIVISA system (which allowed travellers to enter both Zimbabwe and Zambia using a dual visa) is currently suspended. If you’re travelling between Zimbabwe and Zambia (more than one entry either way), you should get a double entry visa for both countries. Both Zimbabwe and Zambia issue double entry visas at ports of entry.
Yellow fever certificate required if travelling from an endemic area
Best time to travel
Apr-Jun when the water levels are at their greatest at Victoria Falls and large herds of animals can be seen in Hwange National Park.
The best time to travel is between April and June, there is little to no rain and the Falls are at their fullest. These are the winter months therefore temperatures will only peak at around 20°C, although days are clear and bright.
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