Plumes of mist float upward in the rainy season, dousing tourists in light spray. The dry season allows daredevils to take a dip in the Devil’s Pool that sits on the brink of Victoria Falls’ drop. Whatever time you visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site and its surrounding attractions, Lokuthula Lodges is undoubtedly a superb base located a mere 4km from the Falls.
While it may not be the highest or widest waterfall in the world, Victoria Falls is classified as having the largest sheet of falling water. Apart from marvelling at this feat of nature, guests can also enjoy a cruise along the Zambezi River, or take to a safari vehicle to spot elephant, buffalo, giraffe, lion and the myriad of other wildlife found here.
Guests can choose from Lokuthula’s two or three bedroom lodges, catering for a maximum of eight guests at a time. Decorated with a charmingly African flair, the lodges offer en-suite bathrooms, a spacious lounge and terrace, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a BBQ area. All visitors have access to the on-site boma restaurant and a magnificent three-tier pool, children’s playground, volleyball court and paddling pool.