Built on thatch and timber, the lodge is spread across several levels, offering an impression of a vast open-plan tree house. All 72 rooms face outwards towards the Zambezi National Park and feature sliding glass doors opening onto a private balcony - the ultimate vantage point for witnessing the area's sublime sunsets.
From here, guests can join safari trips to the nearby waterhole, often frequented by elephants, buffalo and kudo. The stunning Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, is just 4km away, and guests can also witness the lunar rainbow during a full moon.
After embarking on a world class safari expedition, guests can kick back and unwind in the upmost luxury and tranquility, availing themselves of the lodge's top class amenities and facilities.
Among them are several desirable dining options, including the fine dining Makuwa-Kuwa restaurant, the Buffalo Bar and the 'Boma' dinner & drum show.
The latter is considered by many a 'must-do' cultural experience, delivering an unforgettable fusion of delectable local cuisine, dance performances, interactive drumming and traditional storytelling, bombarding the senses with the tastes, sights and sounds of Africa.
Other notable services include an swimming pool and sundeck, fitness room, guest lounge, activity booking desk, souvenir shop, and complimentary hourly shuttle bus to Victoria Falls and the town centre,
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge celebrates its 25th anniversary this year and has created a special 'Celebrate Zimbabwe' package to mark the occasion.