A’Zambezi River Lodge

A’zambezi River Lodge is one of the few hotels situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River on the Zimbabwe side of Victoria Falls next to the Zambezi national park, 25km from the Zimbabwe airport. The unique African style architecture, curving layout and traditional thatch blends well with the surrounding environment, making it the perfect venue to relax and unwind amongst the African wild life and nature.

A’zambezi River Lodge boasts 83 fully serviced rooms, thoughtfully decorated with river themes. All the rooms feature air-conditioning, en suite bathrooms, satellite television, telephone, radio and balcony or terrace. All rooms are on a bed and breakfast basis and include in-room tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel offers two luxury suites include a lounge and a fully stocked mini bar, 11 family rooms, 7 double rooms, 17 triple rooms and 47 twin rooms.

The many facilities on offer at A’Zambezi include wireless internet connectivity, a large swimming pool, a children’s playground, conference facilities and a courtesy shuttle service to and from the falls and town. It also boasts three restaurants and two bars. At the Amulonga restaurant guests can enjoy the astounding riverside setting and luxuriant greenery where monkeys frolic from the open-sided eatery and be entertained by the Umkhankaso Wamajaha troupe of masked Makishi performers who appear nightly to enthrall evening diners.

A’Zambezi is an ideal location for guests who want to enjoy a relaxed family vacation, as well as those wanting to explore the African splendour of the area and arrange a number of activities in the surrounding area for guests to choose from including a Boma dinner of traditional Zimbabwean dishes and live entertainment, visit and authentic rural village or shop at the open air markets and take a tour of the infamous falls, sunset cruises from your doorstep, a guided tour through the Nature Sanctuary and horseback safari along the Zambezi River.

A’Zambezi is also an ideal spot for adrenalin junkies wanting to take advantage of the wildest white water in the world while rafting on the Zambezi River, or a Gorge swing over the swirling Zambezi 120m below and speed along the longest foofie slide in the world across the Batoka Gorge.

The A’Zambezi lodge is in wildlife country, and guests may have the pleasure of and encounter with the unpaid staff including the warthogs which graze on the lawn or the baboons that clear the tables, providing a truly African experience.