Victoria Falls Safari Club
The magnificent Victoria Falls Safari Club perches high on a sprawling plateau, with views of unspoilt bushveld and spectacular African sunsets.
Here, on the border of the renowned Zambezi National Park, guests can delight in the private haven of the lodge’s rooms or suites, each of which blends modern comforts with a sense of African history and the magnificent natural beauty of the setting.With privacy a focus, the Safari Club boasts its own private club lounge, where guests can enjoy breakfasts, afternoon teas and pastries, cocktails and snacks.
A private viewing deck overlooks the game-laden corridor where vast herds of wildlife come down to the mighty Zambezi River to drink. Situated within the magnificent grounds of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Safari Club guests have access to the lodge’s Buffalo Bar, Boma and Makuwakuwa Restaurant. Adventures include game viewing at nearby hides, guided bush walks, nature trails and birdwatching.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Ask your personal butler to prepare your favourite sundowner and spend the late afternoon on the Safari Club’s private deck, watching as animals wander down to the river for their evening drink.
- If you’re in the mood for exploring, simply hop onto the complimentary shuttle, which not only goes to Victoria Falls but to points of interest in the town itself.
Explore the best of Zimbabwe on this luxury African safari, enjoy game drives, sunset cruises and exclusive tours from Bulawayo to Victoria Falls.
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