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Azambezi River Lodge
4.2/568 Reviews

Azambezi River Lodge

Victoria Falls|3.77km from city centre
The Azambezi Hotel in Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls is an exceptional destination that exceeded my every expectation. From the moment I arrived at the property, I was struck by its stunning beauty and tranquil atmosphere. The hotel is set in a lush garden, with a gorgeous view of the Zambezi River, and is just a short distance from the world-famous Victoria Falls. The rooms at the Azambezi Hotel are beautifully decorated, with all the modern amenities you could want. Each room has its own private balcony or patio, with breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. I particularly appreciated the attention to detail in the decor, which reflected the local culture and history, without sacrificing comfort or luxury. The hotel's staff were incredibly welcoming and attentive, always going above and beyond to ensure that my stay was a memorable one. Whether it was arranging for transportation to the falls or suggesting local activities and attractions, they were always available and eager to help. The food at the Azambezi Hotel was truly exceptional. The restaurant offered a wide range of delicious local and international cuisine, and the presentation was always impeccable. I particularly enjoyed the breakfast buffet, which featured a variety of fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Finally, the hotel's location was simply unbeatable. With its proximity to the Victoria Falls, I was able to explore the area easily and take in all the breathtaking natural beauty of this world wonder. The hotel also offers a range of activities, from river cruises to guided tours of the falls, ensuring that there was always something to do and see. In summary, the Azambezi Hotel is an outstanding destination that I would recommend to anyone looking for a luxurious and unforgettable experience in Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls. With its beautiful setting, exceptional service, and top-notch amenities, it truly exceeded my every expectation. Also if you are lucky you will see some animals roaming around the garden as I spotted this elephant at night in the car park!

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Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
4.5/542 Reviews

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

Victoria Falls|1.57km from city centre
Lodge poco distante dal centro bel paese è molto carino e ben strutturato. Il personale è stato molto gentile ed accogliente. I ristoranti, bar e piscina affacciano su una vallata con pozza d’acqua dove si vedono spesso animali abbeverarsi come elefanti, kudu, antilopi, facoceri ed altri ancora. È veramente un piacere e rilassante passare del tempo in piscina ad ammirarli. La piscina stessa è un po’ piccolina ma carina e con acqua bella fresca, con temperature di quasi 40º è un toccasana rinfrescarsi. La camera pure è carina anche se un po’ piccolina. Ha un bel balconcino con affaccio sulla vallata che, se non fosse per le troppe zanzare, sarebbe molto piacevole passarci del tempo. Il bagno anche è piccolino però con una doccia molto ampia e comoda. Colazione discreta, buona varietà di frutta e poca di dolci. Il lodge poi offre anche tanti servizi aggiuntivi come mini safari, passeggiate, dar da mangiare agli avvoltoi e tante altre. Tra le cose che non andavano innanzitutto il Wi-Fi, lento e si sconnetteva davvero spesso. La pulizia era buona ma migliorabile, c’erano degli insetti morti in alcuni angoli il primo giorno ed erano ancora lì l’ultimo. Poi i costi sia dei ristoranti, che del bar, che delle attività erano davvero cari, equiparabili a strutture occidentali per spennare gli occidentali. Insomma, una buona struttura dove passare 2 notti anche se ci sono vari margini di miglioramento per fargli avere 5 stelle.

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Victoria Falls Activities

Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge Vic Falls
4.1/534 Reviews

Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge Vic Falls

Victoria Falls|0.51km from Victoria Falls Activities
Shoestrings must be under new ownership or management, as I'd say it's operating the best I've ever seen....and my first time staying at Shoestrings was in 1999, and I've visited Vic Falls almost every year since then (pre COVID) and made a point to drop in for a drink, primarily being nostalgic. So it was time to stay again, and I was very impressed with the current operation (just two things to work on, noted below). First, the lodge is fine for all ages, so don't think it's a youth hostel...it's a lodge. There were young, middle-aged, and older...and the vibe for everyone was comfortable and welcoming. Next, I have to give huge compliments to Ann, who works in the reception. Simply outstanding in every way; detailed in all arrangements requested (and any activity operator or even taxi service that didn't deliver well for her guests (us) got an earful from her; she even reprimanded the Immigration service for mishandling the entry visas for 2 guests and had them come to the property to refund and reissue the visas)....but most importantly she was sincerely caring for all of the guests, and was funny as well. Everyone is in GREAT hands being looked after by Ann!! So about the property... They keep it super clean. I was probably the first awake every day and would hang in the common area, and the cleaning was in full-swing by 6-630am when I would wander out to grab a coffee...I was very impressed by the commitment to keeping it clean, especially after they had an active night in the bar/common area. The main/font lounge area is a very relaxing where everyone is welcome. I ended up meeting 4 other solo travelers of various ages who quickly became ”friends for life”, and we ended up spontaneously traveling together for extended trips to Zambia and Botswana. It's just a great area to be social with other travelers, or just sprawl on the couch and chairs like I often did, when not with my newfound friends. Nice and very clean pool adjacent to the front lounge area. It was always too cold for me to try, but others were braver than me and looked to enjoy it. Maybe I wish they had more than one lounger to use and soak up some sun. I self catered camped, first time in my life. I was not very good at it, and didn't have the proper bedding for the freezing nighttime temperature....not surprisingly Ann came to the rescue and arranged extra bedding for me, with just a refundable deposit needed. Never felt my belongings were unsafe in the garden, though of course I also used a lock. Due to an extremely early bus departure the next day, and not wanting to deconstruct my tent at 430-5am, I did move into a dorm for my last night. I don't think I've stayed in a dorm for at least 2 decades, and was a bit apprehensive. But it was again a welcoming place to stay, had nice chats with the few others in the room, very comfortable beds/bedding, privacy curtains for each bed, and two fans for air circulation. Okay, are for improvement....the sha

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Victoria Falls Snake Park

Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge Vic Falls
4.1/534 Reviews

Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge Vic Falls

Victoria Falls|0.54km from Victoria Falls Snake Park
Shoestrings must be under new ownership or management, as I'd say it's operating the best I've ever seen....and my first time staying at Shoestrings was in 1999, and I've visited Vic Falls almost every year since then (pre COVID) and made a point to drop in for a drink, primarily being nostalgic. So it was time to stay again, and I was very impressed with the current operation (just two things to work on, noted below). First, the lodge is fine for all ages, so don't think it's a youth hostel...it's a lodge. There were young, middle-aged, and older...and the vibe for everyone was comfortable and welcoming. Next, I have to give huge compliments to Ann, who works in the reception. Simply outstanding in every way; detailed in all arrangements requested (and any activity operator or even taxi service that didn't deliver well for her guests (us) got an earful from her; she even reprimanded the Immigration service for mishandling the entry visas for 2 guests and had them come to the property to refund and reissue the visas)....but most importantly she was sincerely caring for all of the guests, and was funny as well. Everyone is in GREAT hands being looked after by Ann!! So about the property... They keep it super clean. I was probably the first awake every day and would hang in the common area, and the cleaning was in full-swing by 6-630am when I would wander out to grab a coffee...I was very impressed by the commitment to keeping it clean, especially after they had an active night in the bar/common area. The main/font lounge area is a very relaxing where everyone is welcome. I ended up meeting 4 other solo travelers of various ages who quickly became ”friends for life”, and we ended up spontaneously traveling together for extended trips to Zambia and Botswana. It's just a great area to be social with other travelers, or just sprawl on the couch and chairs like I often did, when not with my newfound friends. Nice and very clean pool adjacent to the front lounge area. It was always too cold for me to try, but others were braver than me and looked to enjoy it. Maybe I wish they had more than one lounger to use and soak up some sun. I self catered camped, first time in my life. I was not very good at it, and didn't have the proper bedding for the freezing nighttime temperature....not surprisingly Ann came to the rescue and arranged extra bedding for me, with just a refundable deposit needed. Never felt my belongings were unsafe in the garden, though of course I also used a lock. Due to an extremely early bus departure the next day, and not wanting to deconstruct my tent at 430-5am, I did move into a dorm for my last night. I don't think I've stayed in a dorm for at least 2 decades, and was a bit apprehensive. But it was again a welcoming place to stay, had nice chats with the few others in the room, very comfortable beds/bedding, privacy curtains for each bed, and two fans for air circulation. Okay, are for improvement....the sha

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Prime Art Gallery

Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge Vic Falls
4.1/534 Reviews

Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge Vic Falls

Victoria Falls|0.57km from Prime Art Gallery
Shoestrings must be under new ownership or management, as I'd say it's operating the best I've ever seen....and my first time staying at Shoestrings was in 1999, and I've visited Vic Falls almost every year since then (pre COVID) and made a point to drop in for a drink, primarily being nostalgic. So it was time to stay again, and I was very impressed with the current operation (just two things to work on, noted below). First, the lodge is fine for all ages, so don't think it's a youth hostel...it's a lodge. There were young, middle-aged, and older...and the vibe for everyone was comfortable and welcoming. Next, I have to give huge compliments to Ann, who works in the reception. Simply outstanding in every way; detailed in all arrangements requested (and any activity operator or even taxi service that didn't deliver well for her guests (us) got an earful from her; she even reprimanded the Immigration service for mishandling the entry visas for 2 guests and had them come to the property to refund and reissue the visas)....but most importantly she was sincerely caring for all of the guests, and was funny as well. Everyone is in GREAT hands being looked after by Ann!! So about the property... They keep it super clean. I was probably the first awake every day and would hang in the common area, and the cleaning was in full-swing by 6-630am when I would wander out to grab a coffee...I was very impressed by the commitment to keeping it clean, especially after they had an active night in the bar/common area. The main/font lounge area is a very relaxing where everyone is welcome. I ended up meeting 4 other solo travelers of various ages who quickly became ”friends for life”, and we ended up spontaneously traveling together for extended trips to Zambia and Botswana. It's just a great area to be social with other travelers, or just sprawl on the couch and chairs like I often did, when not with my newfound friends. Nice and very clean pool adjacent to the front lounge area. It was always too cold for me to try, but others were braver than me and looked to enjoy it. Maybe I wish they had more than one lounger to use and soak up some sun. I self catered camped, first time in my life. I was not very good at it, and didn't have the proper bedding for the freezing nighttime temperature....not surprisingly Ann came to the rescue and arranged extra bedding for me, with just a refundable deposit needed. Never felt my belongings were unsafe in the garden, though of course I also used a lock. Due to an extremely early bus departure the next day, and not wanting to deconstruct my tent at 430-5am, I did move into a dorm for my last night. I don't think I've stayed in a dorm for at least 2 decades, and was a bit apprehensive. But it was again a welcoming place to stay, had nice chats with the few others in the room, very comfortable beds/bedding, privacy curtains for each bed, and two fans for air circulation. Okay, are for improvement....the sha

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Victoria Falls Yoga

Zambezi Family Lodge - Elephant Room

Zambezi Family Lodge - Elephant Room

Victoria Falls|0.47km from Victoria Falls Yoga
Rental basis: Room with own facilitiesNumber of bedrooms: 1; Number of other rooms with beds: 0Elephant RoomOur Elephant Room is the main bedroom which has an amazing view of our pool area, garden and baobab tree. A very spacious room and ensuite with two beds and bedside lamps, the rooms boast two air conditioners, two sofa chairs,mini fridge,mirror, usb ports, and a sliding door with a patio to have tea, read a book, access to pool area, etcZambezi Family Lodge is completely private - secluded and nestled in a peaceful suburb of Victoria Falls, approximately a 1 km walk or drive to town and 3.5 km to the majestic Victoria Falls.Guests have exclusive use of this home which sleeps 15 comfortably. There are 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms - three of them ensuite.Each bedroom is air conditioned with ceiling fans. Furniture is made from Zimbabwean teak. All the bedding is Egyptian Cotton and there are 100% Blockout Curtains and Voiles. Hairdryers are provided.In the centre of the villa is a large enclosed and semi covered courtyard, a large flat screen TV in the lounge and entertainment area.Zambezi Family Lodge is completely private - secluded and nestled in a peaceful suburb of Victoria Falls, approximately a 1 km walk or drive to town and 3.5 km to the majestic Victoria Falls.Guests have exclusive use of this home which sleeps 15 comfortably. There are 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms - three of them ensuite.Each bedroom is air conditioned with ceiling fans. Furniture is made from Zimbabwean teak. All the bedding is Egyptian Cotton and there are 100% Blockout Curtains and Voiles. Hairdryers are provided.In the centre of the villa is a large enclosed and semi covered courtyard, a large flat screen TV in the lounge and entertainment area.And since there are so many activities and things to do while you are in Victoria Falls we teamed up with a reputable safari company that offers all, and our guests are getting not just a preferred rate, but also can book all activities with one operator for your convenience

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Dzimbahwe Guest Lodge
4.2/541 Reviews
Both sides of the road are their homes. Zimbabwe prices are much more expensive than Zambia and Botswana, but there is WiFi in the room, and there is breakfast. You can reserve it late and the service is good! There is no free vehicle, this town, no matter where you go, it is 10 dollars a car, several times more expensive than Shanghai!
Shearwater's Explorers Village
4.4/549 Reviews
We had the most amazing and tasty breakfast at Shearwater Village, kudos to our server of the day a Trainee named Fanuel who was incredibly friendly and made sure we were good the entire time. Highly recommended Overally we enjoyed the atmosphere was amazing the buffet was exceptional our food orders came on time
Lokuthula Lodge
4.3/562 Reviews
Lokuthula Lodges are amazing!! We stayed for four nights as part of our trip to Zimbabwe and had the most fabulous time. The rooms were clean and comfortable and it was wonderful to see the wildlife so close to the lodges. The beds were very comfy, we had the best sleep and it was lovely wakening up to the sound of the animals. The Lodges are an easy walk to the main Vic Falls Safari lodge where we had the most delicious breakfast with an amazing view, and a stay at Lokuthula wouldn't be complete without visiting the Boma Dinner and Drum Show with its delicious food, and fun and lively entertainment. Lokuthula Lodges exceeded our expectations and we only wish that we could have had more time there. We would like to say a huge thank you to all the staff who were so friendly and helpful, they helped to make our stay at Lokuthula a most memorable one.
Ilala Lodge Hotel
4.6/552 Reviews
The hotel is located a few hundred meters away from the business district, there is a small parking lot, and breakfast can be ordered in addition to regular food. The environment in the hotel is beautiful. As long as you are willing, you can make contact with animals without any distance. The hotel has rich functional areas and is clearly divided.
Shoestrings Backpackers Lodge Vic Falls
4.1/534 Reviews
Shoestrings must be under new ownership or management, as I'd say it's operating the best I've ever seen....and my first time staying at Shoestrings was in 1999, and I've visited Vic Falls almost every year since then (pre COVID) and made a point to drop in for a drink, primarily being nostalgic. So it was time to stay again, and I was very impressed with the current operation (just two things to work on, noted below). First, the lodge is fine for all ages, so don't think it's a youth hostel...it's a lodge. There were young, middle-aged, and older...and the vibe for everyone was comfortable and welcoming. Next, I have to give huge compliments to Ann, who works in the reception. Simply outstanding in every way; detailed in all arrangements requested (and any activity operator or even taxi service that didn't deliver well for her guests (us) got an earful from her; she even reprimanded the Immigration service for mishandling the entry visas for 2 guests and had them come to the property to refund and reissue the visas)....but most importantly she was sincerely caring for all of the guests, and was funny as well. Everyone is in GREAT hands being looked after by Ann!! So about the property... They keep it super clean. I was probably the first awake every day and would hang in the common area, and the cleaning was in full-swing by 6-630am when I would wander out to grab a coffee...I was very impressed by the commitment to keeping it clean, especially after they had an active night in the bar/common area. The main/font lounge area is a very relaxing where everyone is welcome. I ended up meeting 4 other solo travelers of various ages who quickly became ”friends for life”, and we ended up spontaneously traveling together for extended trips to Zambia and Botswana. It's just a great area to be social with other travelers, or just sprawl on the couch and chairs like I often did, when not with my newfound friends. Nice and very clean pool adjacent to the front lounge area. It was always too cold for me to try, but others were braver than me and looked to enjoy it. Maybe I wish they had more than one lounger to use and soak up some sun. I self catered camped, first time in my life. I was not very good at it, and didn't have the proper bedding for the freezing nighttime temperature....not surprisingly Ann came to the rescue and arranged extra bedding for me, with just a refundable deposit needed. Never felt my belongings were unsafe in the garden, though of course I also used a lock. Due to an extremely early bus departure the next day, and not wanting to deconstruct my tent at 430-5am, I did move into a dorm for my last night. I don't think I've stayed in a dorm for at least 2 decades, and was a bit apprehensive. But it was again a welcoming place to stay, had nice chats with the few others in the room, very comfortable beds/bedding, privacy curtains for each bed, and two fans for air circulation. Okay, are for improvement....the sha
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
4.5/542 Reviews
Lodge poco distante dal centro bel paese è molto carino e ben strutturato. Il personale è stato molto gentile ed accogliente. I ristoranti, bar e piscina affacciano su una vallata con pozza d’acqua dove si vedono spesso animali abbeverarsi come elefanti, kudu, antilopi, facoceri ed altri ancora. È veramente un piacere e rilassante passare del tempo in piscina ad ammirarli. La piscina stessa è un po’ piccolina ma carina e con acqua bella fresca, con temperature di quasi 40º è un toccasana rinfrescarsi. La camera pure è carina anche se un po’ piccolina. Ha un bel balconcino con affaccio sulla vallata che, se non fosse per le troppe zanzare, sarebbe molto piacevole passarci del tempo. Il bagno anche è piccolino però con una doccia molto ampia e comoda. Colazione discreta, buona varietà di frutta e poca di dolci. Il lodge poi offre anche tanti servizi aggiuntivi come mini safari, passeggiate, dar da mangiare agli avvoltoi e tante altre. Tra le cose che non andavano innanzitutto il Wi-Fi, lento e si sconnetteva davvero spesso. La pulizia era buona ma migliorabile, c’erano degli insetti morti in alcuni angoli il primo giorno ed erano ancora lì l’ultimo. Poi i costi sia dei ristoranti, che del bar, che delle attività erano davvero cari, equiparabili a strutture occidentali per spennare gli occidentali. Insomma, una buona struttura dove passare 2 notti anche se ci sono vari margini di miglioramento per fargli avere 5 stelle.

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Highest Price£1,132
Lowest Price£23
Number of Reviews1,528
Number of Hotels149
Average Price (Weekdays)£216
Average Price (Weekends)£219