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Activities

Resort activities on offer consist of hide sits, guided walks and nature trails. Additional activities may be booked at the in-house Activities Desk including white water rafting, canoeing, helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls, game drives, walks with lions, elephant interaction, sunset cruises, bunjee jumping and gorge swings. Guests may use the lodge’s complimentary shuttle bus to visit the Victoria Falls Rainforest. The ‘Vulture Culture Experience’ occurs daily at 13:00hrs, below the Buffalo Bar viewing deck (duration is approx 30 minutes). This is a conservation exercise to help maintain the local vulture populations, providing guests with a thrilling insight into the lives of these raptors. 


Activities

The Hotel

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

All rooms and suites, boast the highest level of sophistication and comfort and 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.  All rooms have digital safes, IDD phones, remote control air conditioning, hairdryers, fans, mosquito nets, an extensive range of customized toiletries including insect repellent, message pads, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, and extra length beds.

Accommodation

The main area includes various dining, bar, library and lounge areas. 
RESTAURANTS AND BARS
Makuwa-Kuwa Restaurant: A restful, split-level a la carte restaurant with views overlooking the waterhole.
Buffalo Bar: An open plan bar with its own game-viewing platform overlooking the waterhole.
Pool Deck and Viewing Deck: A delicious snack menu and full bar service is available. Additionally this offers a wonderful view of the ‘Vulture Culture Experience’ in front of the waterhole. This attracts hundreds of vultures every lunchtime.
The Boma – Place of Eating: Just 500 m from the lodge, The Boma offers a unique Zimbabwean experience including traditional dancers, an interactive drumming show and mouth-watering local and international dishes every evening.

Set majestically high on a plateau that forms a natural boundary to the unfenced Zambezi National Park, this westward facing lodge is just four kilometres from the thundering Victoria Falls. Enjoying uninterrupted views of spectacular African sunsets and with game sightings all year round at its on- site waterhole, the lodge is ideally positioned to offer the most discerning traveler a taste of Africa at its best. 


Victoria Falls Town lies on the southern bank of the Zambezi River, with the eponymous Victoria Falls at the edge of the town. Aside from tours to the Falls, it is the base for a range of activities, including cruises on the Zambezi, African traditional dancing, elephant riding, “flight of angels,” white water rafting, bungee jumping and canoeing.