The Victoria Falls Hotel has maintained much of its colonial elegance with its graceful architecture, spacious terraces and colorful gardens. The hotel has 161 air-conditioned rooms with private facilities, swimming pool and tennis courts and is only a ten-minute walk from the falls. You may enjoy dinner in the elegant Livingstone dining room or the Jungle Junction restaurant that offers a unique cultural dancing and ethnic eating experience.
Wow! All were wonderful and it was fun to see different camps. The food was delicious, the staff was so friendly and helpful, and the tents had everything we needed to be comfortable. One of our favorite things was the hot water bottle! One of our favorite experiences was our sundowner at Tubu Tree. We were surprised when we came around a corner during our evening game drive to see a full bar and food table surrounded by candlelight in the middle of nowhere! We were pleased to find out that the cost of the quad bikes were included at Little Kulala.
More beautiful than Niagara Falls. We highly recommend the helicopter ride, tour with Esther, and staying at the Victoria Falls Hotel…
The Olive Grove Guest House was very nice! The tour of Windhoek, with emphasis on Namibia’s history, was fascinating, since we really didn’t know anything about this before we came. Our guide took us to Katatura, where he grew up, which we also highly recommend. He showed us the market in Katutura, where we tasted meat right off the grill.
- Debbie and Ken Lee
Cape Town was beautiful and the Radisson Blu was great. The shark cage dive was awesome! The Cape tour was beautiful, including the penguins and the ostrich feeding. Our guide Chris was very good. The day spent sand boarding and the Winelands was very good.
MalaMala was beyond words. What an amazing experience, Our rangers Mat and Mornie were GREAT! They explained everything so well and were terrific with our kids. The animals we saw were incredible. We saw the Big 5 and much more. The lodging and food were also great.
Our transfers to Muchenje was very exciting, especially the crossing of the border from Zambia to Botswana on a little boat. Muchenje was also great, facilities beautiful and a very different experience to watch the animals from a boat safari and all interacting together!.Read More
- Ayleen Pinera-Llano, Eduardo Llano, Silvia Pinera-Vazquez, and Roland Vazquez, Rolando, Tiziana and Arianna Vazquez, Gabriella and Eduardo Llano Jr.