Interesting Facts

Hotel Accommodation

Name of the hotel
Room Capacity
Conference Capacity
Distance from town
Elephant Hills resort centre
276 rooms overlooking the Zambezi river
Approx 820pax
The Victoria Falls hotel
161 rooms overlooking the gorge and the bridge
Within town
Rainbow Hotel
88 rooms with enclosed balconies and view of the “spray”
Within Town
Ilala lodge
56 spacious rooms with railway sleeper and teak furnishings
Within Town
Safari Lodge
92 bedrooms plus 14 family suits, lavishly decorated with ethnic fabrics and fittings
Crestar Spray View
65 air conditioned rooms with beautify surrounding gardens
Stanley and Livingstone
15 uniquely decorated suites
Shearwater village
The hotel has a total of 96 rooms
Palm River Lodge
70 rooms
Pioneers Lodge
50 rooms
19 suites
23 beautifully furnished rooms set in the suburbs of Victoria Falls
The Wallow Lodge
16 tented chalets, all slightly raised on wooden decks and spaced along the Masuwe river front

Restaurants and eating houses

Nandos, Pariah State, Chicken Inn, Boma, Three Monkeys, Shearwater Café, Look Out Café 

Wildlife and sanctuaries

The world’s biggest elephants herds are found within this area and a sensational safari experience is ensured.

  • Zambezi National Park, Hwange National Park and other three private wildlife animal sanctuaries.
  • Home of big five.

 Adventure activities

  • Air activities: helicopter, ultralight, float plane, parasailing, foofie slide, gorge swing, abseil, rap jump, and the flying fox.
  • Land activities : bush walks, crocodile farm nature sanctuary, elephant back trails and interaction, lion walk, game drives, golf, horse riding, Hwange full day, bridge tour, night drives, spa and wellness, shopping, hide sits, steam train trips, traditional dancing, the Boma experience, Victoria Falls Tour and quad biking.
  • Water activities: boogie boarding, white water rafting, jet boat, wine route, upper Zambezi canoeing river cruises, dinner cruise, Zambezi jet boat safari and fishing.
  • Animal interaction: walk with the lions, crocodile farm, and elephant interaction.
  • Scenic activities: The Big Tree, traditional African Village, curios and craft market.


  • Captivating village tours
  • Game drives
  • Horseback trails
  • Bush tours and dinners

 Sourveneas and curio markets

  • There are numerous small shops within the City that offer a wide variety of sourveneas and small gifts.
  • There are four curio markets that the City created as a pro-poor strategy for the locals. These markets sale a wide array of curios. i.e. ranging from curved wooden sculptures, stone words, beards, necklaces, bone and horn pieces, wire wares, scrap metal, pottery, batiks, paintings.


  • 18 hole golf course
  • Boat club
  • Quad bikes