The Views of Victoria Falls Hotel

I never equated Africa with luxury. I dreamed of rugged safari drives to search for the Big 5,  riverboat journeys through Namibia on the Chobe, and loads of adventure. And yes, I found all that, but I also discovered luxury. Much Luxury.

From the South African Winelands, the “foodie” and cosmopolitan city Cape Town, to stylish Blue Train Travel,  yes, so much luxury.

One such place in Zimbabwe, an “old world” oasis on the edge one of Mother Nature’s most majestic feats was the Victoria Falls Hotel. The views from the hike of the falls were nothing short of magical and truly breath-taking, but the views at the hotels were certainly worthy of mention in any letter home.

I spent three magical days and nights here. Enjoy.

the front entrance

you can always enjoy afternoon tea

the views from the land

the view of the falls from the hotel grounds

I can class it up when needed...

Stay luxurious, Craig

This Sunday Sunset is part of the All Africa – All April (almost) series.

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  • Aaron @ Aaron’s Worldwide Adventures

    Looks fancy! I love afternoon tea!

  • Sarah Wu

    what a fancy nice hotel, and look you with the big smile.

  • Craig Zabransky

    @Aaron, yes sir… i fancy afternoon tea too. And great to get with such a view.

    @Sarah, thanks there is definitely a ton to smile about in Victoria Falls.

    stay adventurous, Craig

  • Charu

    Love the afternoon tea! Going to Cape Town later this year and would love to ride the Blue Train. Nice pics!

  • Craig Zabransky

    @charu, afternoon tea is also served on the Blue Train.

    For a closer look, definitely read:

    stay adventurous, Craig

  • Jordi @ Destination Southern Africa

    Aaah the Victoria Falls hotel! Love the afternoon tea and roaming around the building. If feels like Dr Livingstone might be around the corner, in that arm chair over there! And the views from the back garden? Fantastic.

    Love the place Craig, thanks for sharing!

    • Craig Zabransky

      I loved the place too. A sense of Victorian era magic makes spending a few days there rather enjoyable indeed. Glad you enjoyed the post.

      stay luxurious, Craig

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