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Rooms have all the amenities, including a nice balcony so ask for a room with a view of the water hole. Terrific front desk staff. Comfortable bar with great views. Restaurant is up scale, with prices to match. About 30 minutes from airport. Hourly shuttles...More
My wife and I stayed here as part of our African Adventure. The Lodge is in the perfect location looking over the Water Hole with much wildlife through the day. Our room was large and the balcony had a fantastic view. We had lunch and...More
Date of stay: April 2018
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Response from VFSL-GM, General Manager at Victoria Falls Safari LodgeResponded 5 April 2018
We are delighted by your fantastic review and recommendation. Thank you so much for your kind words, they go a long way in encouraging our staff.
Excellent location and quality, friendly service and very clean. Rooms have amazing outlooks. Tour guides were excellent, especially Zulu. Food in restaurant was very delicious. An experience to remember!
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The setting is great and the shuttle to and from town is ideal. The hotel is let down by the restaurant. There is only one evening option (apart from Boma) and it doesn't change menu or offer specials so if you are there a few...More
The rooms are comfortable with air conditioning in the heat. The staff is helpful. The grounds are splendid all the way from the great watering hole which is full of troops of animals at all time of the day and when the restaurant is open...More
Voted the best Safari Lodge in Zimbabwe for 20 years running, the world-famous Victoria Falls Safari Lodge offers easy access to the iconic Victoria Falls, coupled with a wildlife experience that is truly …Moreunrivalled. Now in its 22nd year of welcoming guests, the Lodge is built on a plateau overlooking the Zambezi National Park with endless unspoilt views to the horizon, just four kilometers from the Falls. This is the only sunset facing hotel in Victoria Falls, and the newly-renovated rooms and balconies are built up above a central waterhole which attracts herds of buffalo, elephant, giraffe, zebra, as well as night-time predators, such as lion and leopard. Our warm and personable staff are our greatest pride. Past guests frequently comment on our team's sublime hospitality and seamless delivery. The main areas of the lodge, such as the MaKuwa-Kuwa restaurant and the homely Buffalo Bar, are rich in ambience and also overlook the central waterhole, where drinks and dinners are often shared with wildlife meandering down to the water each day to quench their thirst. Less
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Response from DCTraveler2222 | Reviewed this property |
No, there are no places to eat right around the lodge. And it would be dangerous to go outside the lodge grounds because of all the wild animals around. However, the (free) hotel shuttles into Victoria Falls are frequent so... More
No, there are no places to eat right around the lodge. And it would be dangerous to go outside the lodge grounds because of all the wild animals around. However, the (free) hotel shuttles into Victoria Falls are frequent so that you can take one of those in for meals and then return by another shuttle - or taxi. In the town, it’s very safe.
Response from patriciagN839PF | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are many places to eat in and outside of the VF lodge. All of the restaurants or cafes we dined at were great. Safety wasn’t an issue. Of course wherever you travel these days there are precautions to take just use... More
Yes there are many places to eat in and outside of the VF lodge. All of the restaurants or cafes we dined at were great. Safety wasn’t an issue. Of course wherever you travel these days there are precautions to take just use common sense.