Luxury Lodge Accommodation Close Enough to Victoria Falls to See the Mist in the Distance
Our luxury purpose-built suites have been designed with the discerning traveller in mind.
LUXURY TENTED SUITES
Our 13 Luxury Tented Suites are perfect for couples, groups or families looking for the ultimate luxury African experience.
LUXURY TENTS (8)
Luxurious thatched tents constructed of canvas, glass and timber. Each suite extends out onto a private deck with its own plunge pool and boasts uninterrupted views of the Zambezi River and natural bush.
SLEEPS 2 1184 ft² PRIVATE DECK & POOL
LUXURY FAMILY TENTS (5)
In addition to the luxury amenities available to all tented suites, guests traveling as a family can enjoy an adjoining tented room with either one single (¾ sized) bed and one bunk bed, or twin (¾ sized beds).
SLEEPS UP TO 5 1281 ft² PRIVATE DECK & POOL
ISLAND TREEHOUSE SUITES
Our 6 Island Treehouse Suites are set apart on a private Island and are perfect for guests looking for a highly exclusive experience.
ISLAND TREEHOUSES (4)
Our exclusive Island Treehouses are set apart on a private island. Each suite offers a host of luxury amenities and can accommodate a maximum of two guests aged 16 years and older.
SLEEPS 2 1022 ft² PRIVATE DECK & POOL
STARBED TREEHOUSES (2)
Each double storey Starbed Treehouse features an open air rooftop deck with sitting area and signature Starbed suspended above the treetops. Guests can enjoy a truly unforgettable sleeping experience.
SLEEPS 2 1076 ft² PRIVATE DECK & POOL
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A Unique African Safari Lodge that Offers Guests a Full Package, Bucket List Experience
Victoria Falls River Lodge is the first private game lodge to be built in the Zambezi National Park. Situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, the Zambezi Crescent Collection’s pioneer lodge is so close to the famous Victoria Falls that one can see the spray in the distance.
- All-inclusive rates
- Luxury safari vacation
- 5 Star accommodation
- Top-class service and meals
- Exclusivity and privacy
- Variety of activities on-site or in close proximity
- Ideally located in close proximity to the Victoria Falls
Our Experienced Team is here to Assist you in Planning your Ultimate African Experience
We understand that planning a trip to Africa can feel like heading into unknown territory. Your time is precious to you, let us help you make the most of it by providing you with the comprehensive information and resources that you need.
Victoria Falls River Lodge lies on the banks of the Zambezi river, close to the magnificent Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. We are also the first private game lodge to be built within the Zambezi National Park.
We have put together a helpful guide with all you need to know about visiting the Victoria Falls. From when to visit, what to pack to useful visa information and more, this guide will help you to seamlessly plan your bucket-list vacation.
What Makes Us Unique
Victoria Falls River Lodge is proud to be able to offer guests top class luxury accommodation in a truly unforgettable location. Find out more about how we have crafted an experience, that we believe, is something quite extraordinary.
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