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  • Shar Follmer

    Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, just a couple of miles from Victoria Falls Rain Forest, is like a multi-level open-plan tree house. The focal point is a water hole that attracts kudu, impalas, elephants among others. "The wildlife are a sight to behold". With private balconies overlooking the unfenced Zamezi National Park overlooking the watering hole, is a safari of it's own. Condé Nast Traveler

  • Kirsch

    Vic Falls Safari Lodge - breakfast overlooking the watering hole - amazing!

  • TheTravelSearchSite.com

    Victoria Falls Safari Lodge overlooking the unfenced Zambezi National Park, Zimbabwe | This restaurant faces a water hole that attracts kudu, impalas, elephants, and white-backed vultures year-round. "The wildlife are a sight to behold" | #travel #views Book your stay today at www.GoodRatedHotels.com - Great Hotels at Best Price!

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Victoria Falls on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Resorts : Condé Nast Traveler

Singita Kruger South Africa "It's far more remote than its sister resort in Sabi Sand, and with a far greater sense of wildness." The two lodges—Lebombo and Sweni—are in a 33,000-acre concession full of euphorbia trees, a location that scores perfectly. "Incredible safari guides" bring guests close to lions, elephants, buffalo, zebras, and black rhinos.

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe The Victoria falls is 1 708 meters wide, making it the largest curtain of water in the world. It drops between 90m and 107m into the Zambezi Gorge and an average of 550,000 cubic metres of water plummet over the edge every minute.