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Victoria Falls Safari Club, one of three hotels in the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Resort, is positioned on a natural plateau overlooking the Zambezi National Park, removed from the tourist hub.

The thatch structure and wilderness setting creates an appealing lodge-feel, with uninterrupted bushveld views. Guests may make use of the resort facilities, but Victoria Falls Safari Club facilities are reserved for the exclusive use of its guests. 20 rooms and suites extend out to private balconies. Contemporary furnishings boast an African flavour while providing modern comforts.

Warmly welcoming central spaces include a bar, lounge, restaurants and boma, as well as a viewing deck overlooking the game corridor to the Zambezi River. Complimentary afternoon tea, and sundowner cocktails and snacks, allow guests time to socialise with fellow travellers. Cool off in the pool between activities, or unwind with a spa treatment. The lodge runs a courtesy shuttle service into town.


Luxury Club



Open Season

Open all year round

Safari Experience

Resort activities on offer consist of hide sits, guided walks with a professional guide and nature trails.

Additional activities may be booked including day and night drives either in the National Park or on private concessions, white water rafting, canoeing , helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls, walks with lions, elephant interaction,  sunset cruises, bunji jumping and gorge swings.

Guests may use the lodge’s complimentary shuttle bus to visit the Victoria Falls Rainforest on their own or may opt for a guided tour of this Natural Wonder.

Wildlife & Birdlife

The National Parks contain abundant wildlife including sizable populations of elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, and a variety of antelope.

Lion and leopard are only occasionally seen.

Vervet monkeys and baboons are common.

The river above the falls contains large populations of hippopotamus and crocodile.

In the area around Victoria Falls, you’ll be able to view a great diversity of birds within rain forest, riverine, gorge and savannah habitats.

Access to these habitats is simple as road networks in Zambezi National Park and Mosi-oa-Tunya are good and boating allows easy access to the riverine fringes.

For the more active, walking trails are abundant.

The truly adventurous can explore birding habitats on horseback and move away from the tourist crowds.

A day’s birding in the company of a good guide will allow you to clock up close to 100 species. 

Local species include Rock Pratincole, Schalow’s Turaco, African Finfoot, Half Collared Kingfisher and Thick Billed Weaver.