Gorges Lodge

Zimbabwe

  • Stunning views over Batoka Gorge and across to Zambia
  • Stylish en-suite chalets 
  • Just 30 minutes from Victoria Falls 
  • Watch black eagles, buzzards and falcons 
  • Cool off with a swim in the pool 

Open: Gorges Lodge is open all year.

Location: Gorges Lodge is set high above Batoka Gorge in Zimbabwe. It is 22kms from Victoria Falls and 19kms from Victoria Falls Airport, driving time about 30 minutes.

Rooms: There are ten stone chalets with thatched roofs providing self-contained accommodation. Six are single story and four are arranged over two floors. All are en-suite, have overhead fans, tea and coffee stations and mosquito nets. Private verandas have great views over the gorge. The chalets are scattered throughout the gardens with some being closer to the main lodge than others.
Little Gorges has five luxury tents. four have two double beds and one has a king size bed. All have private decks looking over the gorge, overhad fans, mini bar, seating area and an en-suite bathroom with shower, double basins and toilet.

Activities: The lodge provides one free twice daily transfer to Vic Falls, where a range of activities is available including sunset cruises, white water rafting and helicopter flights (at additional cost). Each guest is able to enjoy up to 2 free activities a day, such as a guided tour of Vic Falls, a visit to a local village and school, and a sunset cruise on the Zambezi. You can also go on a guided walk in the gorge for sundowners. Other activities available at an extra cost include full day canoe trails, horse riding and canyoning.

Facilities: The main lodge houses the lounge, dining area and bar. It is set on a raised wooden deck with eye-catching views of the gorges and fast flowing waters of the Zambezi River and if you're lucky you'll see black eagles flying past. There's a small outdoor pool and a useful gift shop. A pop spa provudes soothing massages.
Little Gorges has it's own pool and main area with a lounge, bar and dining deck.

Dining: The food is good and is cooked to order. Meals are taken at individual tables.

Children: Children aged seven years and older are welcome. They should be kept under supervision at all times.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: There is internet access, and some mobile phone reception.

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Client Rating for Zimbabwe 5/5 from 3 reviews

What an incredible location and the staff were wonderful. We’d organized some of our own activities for the day including The Devil’s Pool and an evening River Cruise and the staff at the lodge sorted out a driver to synchronize everything. Just great.

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