VICTORIA FALLS SAFARI CLUB
The magnificent Victoria Falls Safari Club perches high on a sprawling plateau, with views of unspoiled bushveld and spectacular African sunsets. Here, on the border of the renowned Zambezi National Park, you can delight in the private haven of the Safari Club’s rooms or suites, each of which blends modern comforts with a sense of African history and the magnificent natural beauty of the setting. All rooms have wonderful glass doors leading to a balcony with views across the bush. There is a waterhole below the lodge and game can be observed coming to drink. The Safari Lounge bar is the place to be at sunset. With privacy a focus, the Safari Club boasts its own private club lounge, where you can enjoy breakfasts, afternoon teas and pastries, cocktails and snacks. A private viewing deck overlooks the game-laden corridor where vast herds of wildlife come down to the mighty Zambezi River to drink. Situated within the magnificent grounds of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, you have access to all existing services and facilities on the resort, such as the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge and Boma restaurants, but no other resort guests have access to Safari Club areas, ensuring the your…..
privacy. Adventures include game viewing at the nearby Siduli Hide, guided bush walks, nature trails and birdwatching.
There is something quintessentially African about a Victoria Falls visit. This iconic destination promises days of adrenaline-fueled activities, close-up wildlife encounters, and humbling cultural interactions – all of which center around the areas wondrous Victoria Falls, on the Zambezi River. This is the planet’s largest stretch of falling water, and its sheer enormity and force has powered it into the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and onto UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Thrilling ways to take it all in are by helicopter or zip line (the longest in the world at 1,395ft) across the gorge. But a leisurely walk through the riverine forest and along the falls is a unique experience, too – there are few major falls that can be viewed on foot at such close proximity. Tempting you to the edge is Devil’s Pool, forming each year at the fringe of the falls when the dry season reduces water levels to reveal, what has been declared, the world’s ultimate infinity pool.
AT A GLANCE
- 16 air-conditioned club rooms
- 4 air-conditioned suites
- Butler-style concierge service
- Complimentary afternoon tea and pastries, mini bar in each room
- Exclusive use of the Victoria Falls Safari Club lounge
- Swimming pool
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
ACTIVITIES AVAILABLE IN & AROUND VICTORIA FALLS
- Flight of Angels: an amazing thirteen minute helicopter flip over the Victoria Falls, along the Zambezi River, and over Zambezi National Park
- Zambezi Spectacular: encompassing the Flight of Angels, this twenty five minute helicopter flight then continues downstream for a thrilling flip over the Batoka Gorge
- Victoria Falls Canopy Tour: rope bridges and cable slides take you through the forest canopy and whizzing out over the Zambezi rapids, where the falls’ spray is just visible beyond Victoria Falls Bridge
- Woodlands Village Tour: experience the local peoples’ way of life and warmth of their hospitality when visiting this community, including its Masuwe Primary School
- Luxury Sunset Cruise: At the end of the day, sail upstream to celebrate the setting African sun. Share in the end-of-day ritual which sees wild herds streaming to the river banks for their last drink. Flocks of birds skim the waterline as the sun sets behind the African skyline. Enjoy a range of cocktails served with an accompaniment of delectable hors d’ oeuvres
- Victoria Falls Tour: An aura of excitement envelopes everyone who lays eyes on this incredible spectacle and private guided tours are conducted from the Zimbabwean and Zambia side. The adventure ends at a craft market at the entrance of the rainforest, where you can appreciate the talented local craftsmen or purchase a memento of this special experience
- Victoria Falls Bridge Tour: This iconic bridge, enrobed with a rich history, hangs in the chasm of the gorge, watching the rapids rage below, and the sun blister the sky. Built in 1904, the bridge has seen the Victoria Falls at its lowest, when the steady trickle barely dampens the jagged black basalt, and when the river flows in full force and plunges down the gorge in a curtain of white water. Thousands of feet have trodden across the steel walkway, but only few can cross the catwalk beneath the Bridge. A visit to the historic railway bridge which connects Zambia and Zimbabwe is an integral part of any Victoria Falls experience. Learn about the history of the bridge and the men who built it while you safely explore this magnificent piece of architecture
- Stanley & Livingstone Private Game Reserve: enjoy am or pm game drives in the Big Five reserve that includes black rhino
- Canoe Safari on the Upper Zambezi: Flowing between the Siansimba islands and the entrance to the national Park is a stretch of water that frequented by elephants, dived into by birds and channels the light of the sun. The water flows as freely as the wildlife that inhibits it, and the current is not controlled by anything other than gravity and the breeze
- Flying Fox: Fly over the gorge! Take a running jump into thin air over the chasm, soaring horizontally through the air over the turmoil of the Zambezi below
- Gorge Swing: The Gorge Swing is suspended across the gorge at a point where the width is 1,037 feet and 394 feet deep. A harness is attached to the jumper and then the jumping ropes, the other end of which is pivoted to the middle of the cable. The jumper leaps off the edge of the gorge, free falling about 230 feet before going into a 296 foot long pendulum type swing
- Zip Line: Experience the adrenaline rush traveling a speed of 65 mph hurtling 1,395 feet across the gorge, while suspended 394 feet above the breathtaking beauty of the Zambezi beneath you! For this product you are harnessed and attached to a pulley, then launched over the edge picking up speed as you descend over the water below
- Bungee Jump: With the Falls behind you and the river rushing below the Victoria Falls Bridge this is certainly no ordinary bungee jump. At 364 feet it is also one of the highest jumps in the world and the adrenaline rush is as wild as the river itself
- Bushtracks Express Dinner: This experience takes you back in time to the early 20th century. It embarks on a journey onto the Victoria Falls Bridge while you sit in the comfort on the Bushtracks Stately carriages. With the Victoria Falls as the back drop the Bushtracks Express parks on the bridge under the setting sun. It then steams out through the Jafuta conservancy whilst you sit and enjoy a five-course meal