Victoria Falls River Lodge
Tucked into the banks of the Zambezi River, Zambezi Crescent Victoria Fall River Lodge is close enough to the magnificent Victoria Falls to see the spray in the distance and yet secluded in a remote corner of Zambezi National Park.
Boasting panoramic views of African sunsets, seven spacious luxury tents are set right on banks of the mighty Zambezi. Decorated in earthy hues, each tent features a comfortable sitting area, as well as a private viewing deck ideal for watching the hippo wallow in the river. Carefully positioned for ideal views of the river, the main lodge area welcomes guests with its open design, while the gift shop is stocked with an exclusive selection of high quality arts and crafts from talented local artists.
Guests can explore the beautiful natural setting on a selection of game drives, including night drives, as well as walking safaris. Leisurely river cruises offer game viewing from a different perspective.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Sit on your private deck and admire the magnificent birdlife on the river’s banks.
- The main lodge areas have been designed to look out over a popular elephant route, so sit back with your favourite cocktail and watch as they take their evening walk.
- Take a trip to nearby Victoria Falls and indulge in one of a long list of thrilling adventure activities.
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