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Victoria Falls Lodges

The Zambezi River casually approaches Victoria Falls, then topples out of control over a sheer 100 metre drop. This mile-wide (1,7 km) curtain of water one of the '7 Natural Wonders of the World' is as spectacular as its reputation and can be viewed from various angles at numerous viewpoints.

The widest curtain of falling water occurs during the warm wet months of February to April, the resulting spray can be seen from 32kms away. The African name for the falls is Mosi-oa-tunya "Smoke that Thunders".

Below is our collection of the finest Victoria Falls Accommodation and Lodges on offer.

Royal Livingstone Hotel

Victoria Falls Lodges
From US$ 280.00 pp
The Royal Livingstone Hotel, stretching along the banks of the Zambezi River, consists of a series of 17 colonial-style buildings with deep verandas, set amidst indigenous trees and plants is only a few steps from the mighty Zambezi.

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
From US$ 231.00 pp
Set high on a natural plateau in Zimbabwe, the westward facing Victoria Falls Safari Lodge borders the Zambezi National Park and is just 4 kilometers from the thundering Victoria Falls, one of the finest Victoria Falls Lodges around.

Toka Leya Camp

Toka Leya Camp
From US$ 470.00 pp
Toka Leya Camp consisting of 12 spacious en-suite safari-style tents, is hidden on the banks of the Zambezi River in the western sector of the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, about 12km upstream from the Falls, offering spectacular views.

Sussi & Chuma Lodge

Sussi & Chuma Lodge
From US$ 350.00 pp
Sussi & Chuma, both lodges take full advantage of their enchanting riverbank setting, resident wildlife, such as hippopotamus and elephant, are likely to wander through the grounds, since in the National Park they have priority.

Tongabezi Lodge

Tongabezi Lodge
From US$ 440.00 pp
Tongabezi Lodge, the first Zambezi river lodge on the Zambian side of the Falls, Days at Tongabezi have no set pattern and can be spent exactly as you wish, simply to relax or make the most of a wealth of activities available!

Sindabezi Island Camp

Sindabezi Island Camp
From US$ 405.00 pp
Sindabezi Island Camp is a private island paradise nestled in the waters of the Zambezi, upstream of the Victoria Falls, it is the only bush camp in the area, so at night and day the sounds of Africa surround one completely.

Stanley Safari Lodge

Stanley Safari Lodge
From US$ 345.00 pp
Stanley Safari Lodge is the exclusive oasis for explorers to this region, from all the 10 cottages at Stanley's, one is able to see the distant views of the spray of the Victoria Falls drifting upwards towards the heavens

David Livingstone Lodge

David Livingstone Lodge
From US$ 261.00 pp
The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa on the Zambian banks of the Zambezi River near Victoria Falls, invites guests to step into pure natural luxury, The hotel is a two-storey 77-roomed hotel overlooking the wilds of the Zambezi.

The River Farmhouse

The River Farmhouse
From US$ 460.00 pp
The River Farmhouse on the Zambezi River in Zambia is the perfect exclusive use destination for small groups of friends or families. Being an exclusive use property the only people in the lodge are you and your party.

Waterberry Zambezi Lodge

Waterberry Zambezi Lodge
From US$ 315.00 pp
Waterberry Zambezi Lodge is a small, friendly, no fuss lodge located on the Zambezi River 30 minutes drive from the town of Livingstone. The ideal destination for families and those starting or ending a Botswana Safari.

Avani Zambezi Sun

Avani Zambezi Sun
From US$ 140.00 pp
The Avani Zambezi Sun, features adobe-style architecture, simple finishes highlight bright mosaics and fabrics and the intoxicating environment is characterised by ethnic wall stencils, timber and plaster ceilings, Zambian artworks and accessories.

Victoria Falls Hotel

Victoria Falls Hotel
From US$ 116.00 pp
The famous Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe, popularly known as "the grand old lady of the Falls", is situated in the Victoria Falls National Park, a world heritage site, and is a member of the exclusive Leading Hotels of the World group.

Ilala Lodge

Ilala Lodge
From US$ 165.00 pp
The perfect base for exploring all that Victoria Falls has to offer, Ilala Lodge provides affordable accommodation in a gracious and secluded ambiance and is ideally situated and is closest to the Victoria Falls as well as the town centre.

Thorntree River Lodge

Thorntree River Lodge
Rate on Request
Thorntree River Lodge features breathtaking scenery with river views and sightings of a variety of animals on the Zambezi. Thorntree guests are accommodated in 9 luxurious suites, all with private decks overlooking the Zambezi

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  • Activities in Vic Falls;

  • There is no other destination in Africa like Victoria Falls when it come to activities (adventure as well as wildlife), the adventure capital of the World.
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  • - Mosi O Tunya National Park
  • - Bungee jumping
  • - Lion Encounters
  • - Elephant Back Trail Safari
  • - Helicopter rides
  • - Horse Safari
  • - Whitewater Rafting
  • - Highwire Slide
  • - River Boarding
  • - Devils Swim in Zambia
  • - Victoria Falls Steam Train
  • - Microlite
  • - Quad biking
  • - Walk the Falls
  • - The Boma Restaurant
  • Victoria Falls Facts

  • Victoria Falls Facts
  • - 1690m wide.
  • - Average height is 92 meters.
  • - The spray cloud can be seen 30 miles away.
  • - Local name "Mosi-oa-Tunya".
  • - Livingstone is 11km's from the falls.
  • - Victoria Fall town is 300m's from the falls.
  • - 80% of the falls are in Zimbabwe.
  • - Forms the largest curtain of falling water in the world.
  • - The sheer walls are of basalt.
  • - David Livingstone first visited in 1855.
  • - Named after Queen Victoria.
  • - Batoka Gorge is 120km's long.
  • Victoria Falls High Water

  • Victoria Falls High Water
  • February through March is when the Zambezi is at its fullest. It is at this time when the water flowing over the falls is at its peak offering spectacular photographic opportunities.
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  • High water is best for helicopter & microlight flights as well as walks through the rainforest and witnessing the spectacular lunar rainbow.
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  • Some water based activities (such as white water rafting) are usually cancelled over this period.
  • Victoria Falls Low Water

  • Victoria Falls Low Water
  • The months of October, November and December is when the Zambezi River is at its lowest, resulting in little water flowing over the falls.
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  • Low levels are best for just about all water based activities especially white water rafting, swimming in Devils Pool, and excursions to Livingstone Island.
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  • As most of the Zambezi is flowing through "Devils Cataract", the Zimbabwean side is best visited this time of the year.
  • The Zambezi River

  • The Zambezi River
  • The Mighty Zambezi is the 4th longest in Africa, after the Nile, Congo and Niger Rivers. It flows over an amazing 2 700 kilometres from source to the Indian Ocean.
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  • The Upper Zambezi, the whole river above Victoria Falls.
  • The Middle Zambezi, from the base of the falls through to the Kariba Dam wall.
  • The Lower Zambezi, from the base of the Kariba Dam wall all the way through to the Cahora Bassa dam wall.
  • Lunar Rainbow

  • Victoria Falls Lunar Rainbow
  • During high water and when there is a full moon, the Zimbabwean side of the falls re-opens in the evening with special tours for one to witness and photograph this rare natural phenomenon.
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  • The Lunar Rainbow or "moonbow" is best seen in the months of April to July. Not everybody is lucky enough to witness this event, but should you be one of the few to be here at the right time you will need to be staying on the Zimbabwean side.