Victoria Falls is a busy place in which something is always happening. During the day, helicopters circle above the Falls, this is the so-called Flight of Angels, where visitors can see the Victoria Falls from their lofty vantage point. There is also a lot of traffic on the roads and many people, locals and tourists alike, are out on the town. So if you prefer some peace and quiet, you can escape the hustle and bustle completely. There are a few options that we would like to offer you here.
An exclusive lodge with 6 generously proportioned and luxuriously appointed tents, each with a private veranda, en suite bathroom and outdoor shower on a wooded island in the Zambezi River. All tents have fantastic views of the River. The island is especially interesting for birders, African skimmers, Pels fishing owl and African finfoot are regularly seen.
Have you always wanted to overnight in a wooden chalet on stilts, with an airy thatched roof and open sides that allow a cooling breeze to waft through your room on typically hot Matusadona days? Have you always wanted to have a siesta on your bed whilst watching elephants on the shores of Lake Kariba? Or to wake up in the morning to gaze directly into the blood-red sunrise through your mosquito net?
Attraktionen: Lake Kariba | Matusadona National Park
This unique lodge is situated right on the edge of the Zambezi Gorge, about 20 km downstream from Victoria Falls. The scenery is spectacular, for each of the rooms has its own view into the depths of the gorge. Verreaux's eagles and Taita falcons nest in the walls of the gorge.
Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge lies about 80 km upriver from the Victoria Falls on the bank of the Zambezi River. The lodge is easily accessible from the main tar road that connects Victoria Falls with Kasane in Botswana. All comfortably and individually furnished chalets have a private veranda with a view of the river. The activities on offer comprise game drives in 4x4 vehicles, bird watching and boat cruises for fishing or relaxing.
Masuwe Lodge lies on a private nature reserve only a few kilometres from Victoria Falls Town and Airport respectively. Luxuriously appointed tents with generously proportioned bathrooms each offer a private veranda with views of the surrounding wilderness. A swimming pool and bar are available for cooling off and refreshment. In the arrival area, WiFi signal allows you to connect with friends and family.
This comfortable lodge is located about 150 km from Victoria Falls at the confluence of the Deka River with the mighty Zambezi. The comfortable chalets all have cooling thatched roofs, en-suite WC and showers and mosquito nets. Three of the cottages have a view of the Zambezi River, the other two look out over pristine bushland. A glittering swimming pool offers a welcome oasis on hot days.
For anglers, the fast flowing Zambezi River is a paradise. Here you can measure your skill and endurance against the most competitive and clever tiger fish in the country. There are also many other fish species to catch here. Especially delicious are the Zambezi bream!
Sundowner Zambezi Lodge offers good reasons for a visit not only for anglers: Many rarely seen bird species can be observed here on impressive guided walks. There is also the option of a guided tour to Hwange National Park 150 km away. A visit to a nearby village can also be arranged for you.
If you want to really get away from it all, this is the place to be.
Attraktionen: Victoria Falls | Hwange National Park
Victoria Falls River Lodge lies only about 30 minutes drive from Victoria Falls in the midst of the wilderness of the Zambezi National Park, directly on the bank of the mighty River. The luxurious tents offer modern decor on 11 square metres each. All tents have a private veranda with a plunge pool and spectacular views of the Zambezi. Some of the activities on offer are game drives in 4x4 vehicles, boat rides for birdwatching and fishing.
In the midst of the Zambezi National Park, directly on the banks of the Zambezi River above the Victoria Falls lies luxurious Zambezi Sands. All tents have their own veranda with a view of the river and a plunge pool for cooling down. Elephants, hippos and various antelope species are often seen directly from the lodge. Lions can be heard roaring nearby at night. Rare bird species like African skimmer, African finfoot and Pels fishing owl occur here.
The Elephant Camp lies about 10 km from Victoria Falls below the Falls and on the edge of the Gorge that the Zambezi River sculpted into the basalt rock. The lodge consists of very large and luxurious tents, each with spacious en-suite bathroom, private veranda and plunge pool. All tents have a spectacular view of the Gorge and the spray of the Victoria Falls in the background. On the surrounding private wildlife concession, guided bush walks and interactions with the elephants of the Wild Horizons Elephant Sanctuary are on offer.