WHAT WE LOVE
Children’s playground, trampoline, pool and volleyball court
Wildlife hide at the popular waterhole plus bird hide
Exciting African drumming and dance at The Boma
WHEN TO VISIT
Dry Season⊕: May to October
Green Season⊕: November to April
CONSERVATION & COMMUNITY
Victoria Falls Anti-poaching Unit (VFAPU)
Financial support for rangers who remove snares and capture poachers in Victoria Falls National Park
Victoria Falls Recycling
In partnership with Greenline Africa, recycling and upcycling waste in the town’s only recycling project
There is so much to do and see at Lokuthula that it’s ideal for multi-generational families who need something for everyone. Grandparents can spend the day at the Siduli Hide photographing elephant, kudu, waterbuck and more at the waterhole; parents can unwind in the Buffalo Bar; and children can head to the pool, trampoline or volleyball court. Everyone can enjoy watching raptors being fed at Vulture Culture and then heading to The Boma for dinner and African entertainment. Birders will love the secluded dedicated bird hide.
The units – known as ‘lodges’ – have two- and three-bedroom configurations to accommodate all sorts of groups. The well-equipped kitchens are great if you enjoy cooking or need to cater for babies and toddlers.