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Ilala Lodge is the closest hotel/lodge to the Victoria Falls, and most rooms have views looking over the Victoria Falls National Park. Ilala Lodge has created a 'special atmosphere' of highly personalised and efficient service only found in small private hotels, but combined with the facilities of a major Hotel.The magnificent swimming pool has a large wooden sun deck overlooking the National Park, and is a welcome oasis from the bustling town of Victoria Falls.
A warm welcome awaits you at the world class a la carte Palm Restaurant. Enjoy superb cuisine while you relax and enjoy the atmosphere of the gracious surrounds. The Palm Restaurant serves breakfast lunch and dinner and offers a comprehensive wine list and cocktails. Dining outside under the African night sky amidst the sound of the mighty waterfall makes for a romantic evening to be remembered.Ilala Lodge offers a well priced, comfortable verging on luxury accommodation that is the most conveniently situated for both the Falls and the shops and markets of the town.
Luxury accommodation in central Victoria Falls, all with en-suite bathrooms with separate shower, satellite television, telephone, ceiling fan, air-conditioning, room service, laundry. Baby sitters are available, kindly arrange with reception.
Rates Include:Accommodation, Breakfast, Government levyRates Exclude:Sales Tax/VAT, Personal extras
Things to do and see:
Victoria Falls has a lot to offer the visitor and is known as Africa's adventure capital. From high adrenalin activities like bungi jumping and white water rafting to more sedate pastimes like fishing or elephant back safaris, Victoria Falls has it all.
The Ra-Ikane is a small luxury cruise boat that is out-fitted to suggest, in exquisite detail, an ambiance of a bygone era. This cruise boat is exclusive and personalised and designed to compliment your stay with us. Period decor, historic memorabilia, fine cuisine and refreshments characterise a level of comfort and grace unsurpassed on the Zambezi.
Visit the Crocodile farm and get to see how they rear these reptiles from eggs to full adult crocodiles. The eggs hatch in about December or January. Feeding times are a highlight, at 10.15am to 10.30am and 3.45pm to 4.00pm daily. The nature sanctuary has many species of interesting animals such as lion, leopard and ostrich and there is a full leather workshop which sells its goods on site.