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If that which you seek is service with comfort and viewing, then the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is for you. It enjoys uninterrupted views of unspoilt bushveld and the sunset is just something to behold.

The Lodge has an on-site waterhole that is floodlit in the hours of darkness. It is not unusual to see elephant and buffalo and the inevitable impala, though of course nothing can ever be guaranteed.

At 1p.m. each day the vultures are fed. At around 6p.m. each day, in the very extensive viewing balconies which stretch from the bar down to the very edge of the game park, the guests are fed! Enjoyable bar snacks.

Many of the rooms have balconies overlooking the waterhole. So if you prefer to view from the privacy of your own room, you can do so. But no free bar snacks!

The rooms are extremely comfortable with en suite bathrooms which include a tub and a shower area that in itself is extensive. Pure luxury!

The food and wine menus are quite extensive and the quality is good. So if you are dining in don’t fill up too much with the 6 o’clock snacks.

This applies even more so if you are dinning in the lodge’s own Boma Restaurant.

The Victoria Falls Safari Lodge has the best access to town by way of a complimentary bus service. This leaves the hotel at quarter to each hour from 7.45 to 21.45. It stops (and collects) at various points in town including – naturally – the Falls themselves.

The Safari Lodge is also renowned for its environmental awareness and approach to conservation issues. The Lodge building is of thatch and commercially grown eucalyptus poles to ensure the site remains ecologically sound and undisturbed. It has won the coveted ‘Best Lodge in Zimbabwe’ since it opened.

The Lodge is also to be praised for its anti-poaching unit. This is funded and managed by the Lodge and other sponsors and patrols an area within a 4 km radius of Victoria Falls town. The unit has succeeded in apprehending numerous animal and wood poachers and continues to retrieve scores of snares from the surrounding bush.

On display at the Lodge are some educational pieces on how poachers harm and kill wildlife.

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