Victoria Falls Airport
Built on a plateau overlooking the Zambezi National Park, Victoria Falls Safari Club offers guests luxurious and spacious accommodation with uninterrupted views of the pristine bushveld and spectacular African sunsets. Focusing on exclusivity, this private hotel offers personalized butler-style concierge services along with unforgettable experiences just on the doorstep of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of The World.
Victoria Falls Safari Club offers a total of 20 rooms and features a central guest area with the best fine-dining restaurant and bar, as well as a lounge and a viewing deck that overlooks the game corridor to the Zambezi River and a wildlife-rich waterhole. There is also a two-tiered swimming pool, featuring a 15m lap pool and sundeck, and guests may access a modern well-equipped fitness centre.
Guests staying at Victoria Falls Safari Club also have access to the renowned Buffalo Bar, the deluxe MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant and the "must-do" Boma Dinner & Drum Show, which forms part of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Estate.
Zambezi National Park stretches 50kms upstream and inland from Victoria falls, along the Zambezi River towards Kazungula
The Zambezi National Park is located upstream from Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, stretching for some 50 kilometres along the Zambezi river.
This beautiful gem of a National Park is little known, despite its proximity to the world-famous Victoria Falls.
Split off from the Victoria Falls National Park in 1979, the 56,000 hectares of pristine wilderness and wildlife habitat has been a National Park in its own right ever since.
The Park is bisected by a tar road that runs between Victoria Falls and the Kazangula border post, dividing it into two sections.
Victoria Falls Safari Club, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe