Each Safari Suite has a lounge with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors opening onto a patio furnished with a table, chairs and a garden umbrella.
All bedrooms are en-suite and equipped with two three-quarter beds that can be converted to king size beds.
A sofa bed in the TV lounge can accommodate an extra person (recommended for a child 12 years and under).
Two Bedroom Safari Suite:
Each of the four two-bedroom Safari Suites has a Master Gallery Bedroom upstairs with floor-to-ceiling sliding doors opening onto a private balcony.
The en-suite bathroom features a walk-in rainfall shower.
The second bedroom, which is located downstairs, also has an en-suite bathroom with a bath and walk-in rainfall shower. The patio furniture can seat six people.
Three Bedroom Safari Suite:
The two three-bedroom Safari Suites have the same layout and facilities as the two-bedroom Safari Suites, with an additional bedroom downstairs. The third bedroom is also en-suite with a walk-in rainfall shower. The patio furniture can accommodate eight people.
Each Safari Suite has:
Dining facilities include a poolside bar and informal restaurant serving light meals and snacks throughout the day, the award-winning open air Boma Restaurant, which provides an evening of Zimbabwean culture, entertainment and food to create an unforgettable experience.
Relax by the three tier swimming pool whilst the children paddle in a separate children’s pool, or let them be entertained at the separate children’s playground which also has a volleyball court for those who want to stay active on holiday.
Situated just four kilometers from the mighty Victoria Falls, on the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge property, the Safari Suites are 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.
Nestled between a Teak forest and a large open plain in Hwange National Park is the beautiful Camp Hwange.
A day trip from Vic Falls is perfect for those who don't have time for all of Botswana but would still love to visit the Chobe National Park.
Placed in the hugely diverse Gonarezhou National Park is the Chilo Gorge, a beautiful luxury lodge featuring all the odds and ends.
As one of the few camps located within Hwange National Park boundaries, Davison's Camp offers total privacy surrounded by diverse wildlife for an exceptional safari.
The beauty of Khulu Lodge is that it combines luxurious and private accommodation with old world hospitality.
Situated on the eastern side of Hwange National Park, Somalisa Camp is a small, authentic bushcamp which lies amongst a grove of camelthorn acacias.
Changa Safari Camp on Lake Kariba is a place of romance and luxury promising peace and seclusion in an unusual blend of landscapes.
Sussi Lodge is located in Livingstone on the banks of the Zambezi River, 9km upstream of the Victoria Falls, in Zambia.
A photographer’s paradise as it looks out over an open floodplain and the broad Zambezi River, with a backdrop of the Rift Valley escarpment.
Positioned alongside the Zambezi River, this traditional mobile camp provides an unusually authentic safari experience.
Located in what’s arguably one of the most beautiful areas in Zimbabwe, Matobo Hills, is the 5-star, privately owned and exclusive Camp Amalinda.
Old Drift Lodge is a bush paradise that exudes an old world charm amidst modern luxuries.
Experience exuberant cultural songs, dances and an extraordinary traditional meal!
Test the edge of fear...leap from no-man's land between Zimbabwe and Zambia. This is 111 metres of pure adrenaline rush!
Flight of Angels is a helicopter flip over the Victoria Falls themselves, also the town, National Park and the Zambezi River.
The Lodge is situated on a plateau just 4km from the majestic Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Voted the Best Safari Lodge in Zimbabwe.
Enjoy a sun-downer whilst cruising slowly down the mighty Zambezi River, with wildlife roaming on the river banks nearby.
The Edwardian-style five-star hotel, built in 1904, combines the charm of the old with the convenience of the new.
White Water Rafting is an adventure to be had in the wildest white water in the world at the mighty Zambezi River.