Victoria Falls is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and known by the local people as “Mosi-oa-Tunya”, meaning “the smoke that thunders”.
It lies on the boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe in southern Africa and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Africa.
The mighty Zambezi River cascades over the falls edge, dropping 90 metres down into the Zambezi Gorge; sending a column of spray towering high into the air when the river is high. The town itself is known as the “Adrenalin Capital of Africa”, offering a vast array of fun activities for the whole family.
Lokuthula Lodge ǀ 3-star accommodation in Victoria Falls
37 chalets, sleeping up to 80 guests
Lokuthula Lodge offers comfortable, rustic self-catering accommodation in beautiful natural surrounds. Located on the Zimbabwe side, the lodge borders the Zambezi National Park. The lodge is not fenced and game roams freely in the vast wilderness area, and congregate at a waterhole close to the lodge. The Falls and main attractions are a short 4-kilometre drive from Lokuthula Lodge.
Each chalet is fully-equipped for a self-catering holiday in Victoria Falls but the lodge also has an award-winning open-air boma restaurant that provides guests with excellent meals and great cultural entertainment. Dinner can be around the pool in the evening, and light meals and snacks are served poolside throughout the day.
Facilities include a 3-tier swimming pool with a smaller pool for children, playground area and volleyball court. Chalets are serviced daily and there is a laundry service available. Bear in mind that the lodge is not fenced when booking a holiday at Lokuthula Lodge with young children.
Choose one or more of the famous Victoria Falls activities and MoAfrika Tours will book them for you. Add-on activities are not included in the basic tour price. Click here to view extra activities.
You’re picked up from the Victoria Falls Airport and taken to your accommodation in an air-conditioned shuttle bus. Freshen up and enjoy the restaurant and pool facilities before it’s time to depart late afternoon for a 4-hour sunset & dinner cruise on the Zambezi River. Includes a 3-course dinner and a complimentary glass of champagne. Cash bar for other drinks. Return to your lodge at about 9pm.
Overnight at Lokuthula Lodge
After breakfast, make your way to the Victoria Falls National Park for a 2-hour tour of the Falls. Entrance fee payable at the gate. In summer, you’ll be given raincoats to keep dry from the spray that comes off the cascading water. After the tour, the rest of the day is free to explore the town of Victoria Falls and enjoy the many activities that Victoria Falls is famous for (add-on activities are not included in the tour rate).
Overnight at Lokuthula Lodge
Wake up early for breakfast and a quick stroll around town, visiting the traditional craft markets and doing some last-minute shopping. Be ready to depart mid-morning for Victoria Falls Airport to catch your scheduled flight.
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