We stayed at Lokuthula a couple of weeks ago with our kids. Everyone had a great time at the Lodge and at Victoria Falls in general. The lodge staff were very helpful and obliging and we found the Victoria Falls people to be friendly and honest. Prices for the touristy things e.g Falls entrance were on the high side but we got some good deals at the Open Market. We didn't have any monkeys visit our lodge, but did have mozzies. Lots of them. So bring out the spray. We brought the majority of our food and supplies from Johannesburg, but the Spar in Vic Falls seemed to be well stocked up.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set in a natural bush environment adjacent to the Zambezi National Park, Lokuthula’s luxurious self-catering lodges offer stylish comfort, flexibility and privacy. The 2 and 3-bedroomed lodges, sleeping 6 and 8 respectively, are furnished in a riot of African colours and are fully equipped and serviced daily. 8 of the 37 lodges may be booked on Bed and Breakfast basis. Additional facilities include a 3-tier swimming pool and children’s playground. The Boma – Place of Eating and MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant (both award-winning restaurants) are on the same resort complex. Situated just 4 kilometres from the mighty Victoria Falls, Lokuthula Lodges are ideally situated for families and groups to enjoy the wide range of activities on offer in the region. Lokuthula Lodges have consistently been awarded RCI (Resort Condominium International) Gold Crown status. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lokuthula Hotel Victoria Falls