This premium facility has 4 Club Suites and 16 Club Rooms, all with a modern open-plan design and elegantly decorated in earthy tones to blend harmoniously with its beautiful African bush surrounds.
The Club Rooms, each with two three-quarter beds that may be converted to a king-size, have sliding glass doors and gauze screens which open out onto a private balcony. The bathrooms feature a large luxury bath and separate walk-in rainfall shower, bathrobes, slippers.
The Club Suites offer the same facilities as our Club Rooms, and also have a lounge which adds to the feeling of abundant space and comfort.
What to expect in the Suites & Rooms:
Located within the magnificent grounds of the award-winning Victoria Falls Safari Lodge estate, Safari Club guests may access its facilities, including the famous Buffalo Bar and the deluxe MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant, which both have spectacular views and are the perfect spots to unwind and sit down to a delicious meal prepared by the amazing Chef, who incorporates local and international flavours through his exquisitely prepared meals.
Important to note; the Safari Club has its own restaurant and lounge with complimentary afternoon tea and pastries, sundowners and snacks. Alternatively the Boma Restaurant offers a festive African-style feast with entertainment. The Safari Club operates as a ‘hotel within a hotel’ so guests staying here can enjoy the restaurants of the larger hotel, the spa, the Vulture Culture experience and then retreat into the serenity of their own lounge and bar areas.
Situated just four kilometers from the mighty Victoria Falls, on the Victoria Falls Safari Club property at Lokuthula Lodge is surrounded by 80 000 hectares of unspoiled African bush and borders the un-fenced Zambezi National Park, making it the perfect holiday destination to use as a base while you venture off and explore what the national park has to offer, along with all of the activities and day-tours into Victoria Falls town and it’s surroundings.
Don’t miss the opportunity to witness the spectacular sight of hundreds of vultures swooping down and feeding on leftover meat scraps and bones from the on-site restaurants in front of Victoria Falls Safari Lodge at 1pm daily. As well as providing the opportunity for visitors to spot white headed vultures, hooded vultures, lappet faced vultures and white backed vultures, this supplementary feeding program aids the survival of these remarkable, but endangered birds.
The activity, which is free and appeals to all age groups, begins with a briefing on a deck beneath Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, about the ecological importance of vultures and the plight they are facing, before guests take a short walk down a bush path to a hide to view the vultures feeding.
A bird hide sit, offering the chance to spot a variety of different species, including guinea fowl, kingfishers, shrikes and doves, at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, is a great way to while away an hour, and is suitable for all age groups.
The bird hide is surrounded by nature trails where bushbuck and warthog are commonly sighted.
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