Set in Victoria Falls Safari Lodge’s landscaped grounds, Victoria Falls Safari Suites consists of six duplex suites, and overlooks the lodge’s watering hole. Privately situated, the suites are designed to accommodate groups and families, are attended to by a host concierge, and currently share public amenities with the Lodge, which includes access to MaKuwa-Kuwa restaurant, Buffalo bar, The Boma and pool. Please note that Wi-Fi, television and a 24 hour babysitting service are all available.
Food & service
As well as the opportunity to use MaKuwa-Kuwa, which includes continental and cooked breakfasts, platter lunches, and a la carte fine dining in the evening, guests at Victoria Falls Safari Suites can order in continental breakfast and transfer to The Boma on dinner-and-drum nights. A bar menu is available at Buffalo bar, voted one of Heineken’s Great Bars of the World, the view, range of drinks available, service and overall character all, no doubt, contributing the award.
Alongside having the amenities found across all the Lodge’s rooms – long beds with mosquito nets, air conditioning and a ceiling fan, a minibar, telephone and digital safe – the suites at Victoria Falls Safari Suites offer guests a private downstairs lounge, which opens out onto a private balcony overlooking the waterhole.
The lounge is characterised by dark, polished wooden furniture, scattered cushions and canvases of local wildlife. Upstairs lies the main, generously sized, bedroom and en suite bathroom, which has both a bath and separate shower. The overall atmosphere is one of restrained, tasteful décor and homely comforts, perfectly complimented by the lodge’s position in the heart of nature.
Depending on guests’ itineraries, activities at Victoria Falls Safari Suites can include sunset river cruises, wildlife drives, helicopter rides, rainforest guided walks, white water rafting, high wire jumping, and visits into town.
In 1999 Victoria Falls Safari Lodge co-founded the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit (VFAPU) with local safari operator and conservationist Charles Brightman. Its aim was to protect the wildlife and environment of Victoria Falls from each and every form of poaching. It has been hugely successful, having arrested almost 700 poachers.
The Vulture Culture Experience – which feeds local birds with scraps of meat from local restaurants – raises awareness of the plight of the endangered birds.
In 2016 Victoria Falls Safari Lodge became a member of Green Tourism after receiving a silver award in recognition of its commitment to the environment and sustainable development.
The camp is a proud member of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that encourages guests to bring school supplies with them when visiting. It also supports local school development programs and Victoria Falls clean up campaigns.