Spacious guest rooms and suites are arranged in two wings either side of the communal area, the open-fronted Safari Lounge. The whole lodge is elevated, to make the most of the views and has an attractive thatched roof. All rooms have wonderful glass doors leading to a balcony with views across the bush. There is a waterhole below the lodge and game can be observed coming to drink. The Safari Lounge bar is the place to be at sunset. Guests are invited to use the swimming pool at neighbouring sister property, Victoria Falls Safari Lodge and there is a regular complimentary shuttle bus service to Victoria Falls.
The lovely 20-room Victoria Falls Safari Club has a central guest area featuring a lounge, dining area and bar, as well as a viewing deck which overlooks the game corridor to the Zambezi River and a wildlife-rich waterhole.
Safari Club guests enjoy a complimentary minibar, afternoon teas, cocktails and canapés, head and shoulder massages and presentations as detailed below:
A private viewing deck overlooks the game-laden corridor where vast herds of wildlife come down to the mighty Zambezi River to drink. Guest can also enjoy game viewing at nearby hides, guided bush walks, nature trails and birdwatching.
There are regular complimentary shuttles into Victoria Falls and other nearby attractions. However if you just want to relax with a good book or soak up the atmosphere then you can. Situated within the grounds of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Safari Club guests have access to the lodge’s Buffalo Bar, Boma and Makuwakuwa Restaurant. There is also a private club lounge, where guests can enjoy breakfasts, afternoon teas and pastries, cocktails and snacks. You also have the luxury of your own private butler service.
This trip has it all - see Victoria Falls, stay in a tented safari lodge in Hwange and explore the shores of Lake Kariba