Trip to the Victoria Falls need not only be limited to the rich and famous. When you book at the Victoria Falls Rest Camp in Zimbabwe, a more limited budget will still get you clean, affordable, spacious self-catering accommodation or camping facilities.
The Costa Café Restaurant at the Victoria Falls Rest Camp offers delicious value for money meals, so mom can also have a few days’ rest. The children enjoy the swimming pool and the huge shady trees in the campsite, so they will be occupied if you decide to catch up with your reading. Laundry and safe-keeping facilities are also offered.
The Rest Camp is a mere 2 km away from the mighty Victoria Falls – the campsite closest to this natural wonder in Zimbabwe.
Self-catering accommodation are two-bedroom lodges sleeping four people. Equipped with a kitchenette and bathroom. Linen and towels are provided.
Twin bed chalets, sleeping 2 people. Linen is provided, but not towels. Shared ablution facilities.
Quad chalets with 2 rooms, each with 2 twin beds, sleeping 4 people in total. Linen is provided, but not towels. Shared ablution facilities.
Rest Camp also have 2x 12 bed, 1x 8 bed, and 1x 6 bed dormitories available.
Campsites come with electrical plug points.
The Victoria Falls offers a large number of activities – from a safari on the back of an elephant to a number of adrenalin rush experiences. The “Big 5 interactive safari” is a value for money activity, where you undertake a variety of guided game viewing drives. The adrenalin junkies will delight in white water rafting on the Zambezi, viewing the Falls from the air in a microlight or helicopter, canoe and horse trials, bungi jumping from the Victoria Falls bridge, flying fox and abseiling, quad biking and a number of river cruises on the Zambezi. A swim in the ‘Devil’s Pool’ (a small rock pool right on the ‘lip’ of the Victoria Falls) will reveal if you are truly brave (or foolish, depending on your point of view…).