Victoria Falls Safari Lodge re-thatch project
Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Is Getting A Touch-Up
From June 1 to 15, 2017, Victoria Falls Safari Lodge will be temporarily closed. To complete a major Victoria Falls Safari Lodge re-thatch project on the central building. Which houses the reception, guest services, MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant, the Buffalo Bar and the activities desk. The pool and pool deck will also be affected by the re-thatch project.
All of the other properties and facilities on the resort will remain open for business as usual. Including Victoria Falls Safari Club, Victoria Falls Safari Suites, Lokuthula Lodges and The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show. African Albida Tourism made a reassurance that valued guests will experience the same high standards as they have come to expect from them during this project despite any setbacks faced. Regrettably, the MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant, Buffalo Bar and swimming pool will be closed during this period. Victoria Falls Safari Club guests will receive the same exclusive extras and will remain unaffected by the re-thatching project. The Boma Café will be serving the newly launched delightful breakfasts as well as lunches. The Boma three-tiered swimming pool and playground will be available as usual.
Dinner options will include a limited a la carte menu served on the deck at Victoria Falls Safari Club and a Bush Dinner situated nearby overlooking the waterhole at the Safari Club. The Boma – Dinner & Drum show will be open to all customers offering a fun-filled evening as always. A courtesy shuttle will be provided to transfer guests on the resort as required. If necessary, depending on occupancy levels at Lokuthula Lodges, Victoria Falls Safari Suites and Victoria Falls Safari Club, alternative meal arrangements will be in place in two or three other locations on the property. Guests will remain well-informed, and, as usual, be very well looked after by group operations manager Andy Conn and his team across all departments.
Andy says: “We have handled such close down projects before with minimal fuss and inconvenience to our guests. And will ensure that the same smooth service, hospitality and quality are delivered.”
In other news from African Albida Tourism…
The following notes are with regard to the 2018 rates;
- There is no change to the Victoria Falls Safari Club and Victoria Falls Safari Lodge rates.
- There has been a reduction to the Victoria Falls Safari Suites and Lokuthula Lodges BEd and Breakfast rates for 2018. (NEW BUSINESS ONLY).
- The Ngoma Safari Lodge 1-2 night rates are staying the same. The 3-4 night and 5 or more night rates have increased slightly.
- The terms and conditions for the Victoria Falls properties have changed to help reduce last-minute cancellations, which leave us with empty rooms. (Please refer to back pages of the rates sheets).
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