Our Top Five Hotels & Lodges in Victoria Falls
Please see our top five recommended hotels and lodges for Victoria Falls below but do call our Africa travel experts in the UK on +44 1525 840 149 for personal recommendations and/or to check availability around your travel plans. And don't forget that our travel experts have travelled extensively in and around Victoria Falls as well across the whole of East Africa. We would love to help and have price-match guarantees across all our Victoria Falls properties.
The Top Five Travel Hotels and Lodges in Victoria Falls
Designed along the lines of a luxury safari camp, Toka Leya sits approximately 30 minutes drive upriver from the famous ‘smoke that thunders’ or Victoria falls. Celebrating its 10th year in 2018, Toya Leya offers a different type of experience to the properties that are located close to the falls (...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
Voted as the best safari lodge in Zambia by Conde Nast Travel, this luxury lodge is definitely one to consider when you are planning your trip to Victoria Falls! Tonagezi is set on the banks of the Zambezi River and offers a range of stunning, afrocentric design rooms and communal spaces. The best...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
The main draw to Waterberry Lodge is that it provides the most calming atmosphere – away from the hustle and bustle of Victoria Falls. With well-maintained gardens and an intimate number of guest rooms, Waterberry Zambezi Lodge is the perfect base for those wanting to combine activites in...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
Islands of Siankaba is a unique luxury lodge located on islands on the Zambezi River. As it is around 45 kilometres from Livingstone, it is definitely one of the most peaceful lodges you can stay in during your visit to Victoria Falls. There are a wealth of activities on offer and a generous amount...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice
The Royal Livingstone Hotel is the most famous hotels out of all of the Victoria Falls properties. It sits on the Zambian side, on the banks of the Zambezi River and boasts a short 15-minute walk to Victoria Falls itself. The décor is quite colonial which adds to the history of this lodge. The...More...Our ratingUser ratingPrice