The Smoke that Thunders ...derived from the towering column of spray when the Zambezi River runs high, this is the name that Zimbabwe’s local people have given to this awesome natural phenomenon. The name is probably more appropriate and descriptive than “Victoria”, which has a far too calm and composed ring to it to do justice to the masses of thundering, swirling water of these spectacular Falls. But all Dr David Livingstone probably thought of when he named the Falls after his Queen in 1855 was his royal duty. Five separate falls make up this incredible spectacle that plunges more than 100 m into a sheer-sided chasm which separates Zimbabwe from Zambia.
Masuwe Lodge offers travellers the opportunity to experience two of Zimbabwe’s highlights from one comfortable location
Lokuthula Lodge - Victoria Falls
Lokuthula Lodges are located 4 kilometers from the Victoria Falls, and offer comfortable, good value for money accommodation
Matetsi Water Lodge
Matetsi Water Lodge is situated just 40 kilometres upstream from the magnificent Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.
The Kingom Hotel was designed based on the Great Zimbabwe monument in Masvingo. It is the closest hotel to the Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls Hotel
Set in private gardens overlooking the Victoria Falls bridge and gorge, this majestic Edwardian-style hotel was the original
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is set high on a plateau, which forms a natural boundary to the adjacent Zambezi National Park