The Kingdom at Victoria Falls

An extravagantly designed resort hotel that combines elements of African style with modern comfort. Generously proportioned gardens with a small lake invite you to stroll and relax. A few minutes on foot take the guests either to the Victoria Falls or to the centre of town.

2 rooms with wheelchair accessibility. A separate path to the Victoria Falls.
Attraktionen: Victoria Falls
Region: Matabeleland North Victoria Falls
The Kingdom at Victoria Falls
Anzahl Zimmer / Kabinen
294 rooms, incl. suites and family rooms
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Sunset Cruise

Enjoy the unique landscape, the impressive River and the sightings of animals and birds. A few snacks and drinks will be served to you on board.

Flight of Angels

David Livingstone said at the sight of the Victoria Falls: "Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight." 

Tiger Fishing

The upper Zambezi is known for its large and pugnacious tiger fish. Unlike the tiger fish in Lake Kariba, the fish in the upper reaches of the Zambezi constantly swim against the often very strong currents and therefore have more strength and endurance than their more sluggish cousins in the lake.

Whitewater Rafting

The rapids beneath the Victoria Falls are your challenge for the day! Immediately after the Zambezi River plunges over the basalt cliffs of the Falls, the entire mass of water is forced through a narrow gorge with many shallows and rocks. The rapids have scary names like Stairway to Heaven, The Devil's Toilet Bowl or The Terminator and are graded for difficulty between 3 and 5. 

bungee jumping

At 111 m  the Victoria Falls Bungee Jump is far from being the highest in the World, but it is sure to be one of the most spectacular. You tumble in free fall towards the racing waters of the Zambezi River and have a background view of the Victoria Falls. 

Gorge Swing

There are two options for this: connected to a rope by a harness, you either jump off the bridge that connects Zimbabwe and Zambia, and swing like a pendulum through the gorge, or you jump off the edge of the gorge, a short distance down-river from the bridge. Pure adrenaline! 

Flying Fox

Equipped with a harness and attached to a steel cable, you hover about 120 m over the abyss of the Zambezi Gorge. This is similar to a zip line, but there is no incline to the steel cable, thus you move only very slowly. 

Canopy Tour

The Canopy Tour consists of a series of nine zip lines between about 40 m and roughly 90 m in length that criss-cross the Zambezi Gorge and lead through the dense primaeval forest.

The Big Tree

The Big Tree is a huge Baobab tree that has a girth of roughly 18 metres and is estimated at almost 2000 years of age.

Canoeing on the Upper Zambezi

Your day begins with a drive through Zambezi National Park in an open 4x4 vehicle up to the point where the canoes are put in the water. Breakfast and a safety briefing by your guide follow. Then you start down the river, over a few exciting rapids and always along the edge of the National Park. 

Waterhole Experience Siduli Hide

You spend at least 2 hours with the animals at the waterhole of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge. The hide is built on the same level as the water and camouflaged as a termite mound. 

Game Drives in Zambezi National Park

In the early mornings and late afternoons you can go on a game drive in Zambezi National Park in an open 4x4 vehicle and with an experienced guide. Immerse yourself in the African wilderness only a few minutes outside of Victoria Falls town.

Floating Spa

The "Floating Spa" is a new idea by the operator Victoria Falls Anytime: You go on a boat cruise on the Zambezi and get a relaxing massage at the same time! 

Victoria Falls Marathon

Every year, in the southern Winter, there is the Victoria Falls Marathon to look forward to!