Masuwe Lodge

Masuwe Lodge is located just 7 kms from Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, it overlooks the Masuwe River and is surrounded by 1000 hectares (almost 2500 acres) of private wildlife sanctuary. The lodge offers accommodation in nine Wilderness Tents and one romantic Hide-Away each is constructed of canvas, thatch and stone and has a private en-suite bathroom and a private outdoor deck with views of wilderness and wildlife. There is also a Family Nest, built in the style of a farm homestead it offers two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an outdoor living area with braai (BBQ) and private plunge pool. A range of guided activities are available such as visits to Victoria Falls and a tour of the Falls; game driving in the neighbouring National Park and guided bush walks. Masuwe includes transfers to town for other activities such as white water rafting, helicopter flights etc. Masuwe offers the best of both worlds – life on safaris and wildlife encounters with easy access to all the activities on offer at the Falls.

Rooms

Deluxe Tent

1 King Bed or 2 Twin Beds. Features a private patio. Bathroom – Private bathroom, shower, bathrobes, and free toiletries Comfort – Ceiling fan and daily housekeeping. Non-Smoking

Deluxe Double Room

Hide away is tucked in a private spot overlooking the small water hole. It is perfect for honeymooners and romantic. It has a indoor double shower and an outdoor bathtub for 2.

Family Room

Privately situated with bush all around, the Family Nest is named after the weaver bird nests found around Masuwe.Outdoors, and surrounded by natural bush, there is shaded deck, a sunny plunge pool and a family sized braai (BBQ) area.

Facilities

Videos

Masuwe Lodge overview - our video

A video overview of the wonderful Masuwe Lodge and the wilderness chalet in which I stayed. Just 7 km from Victoria Falls town, it feels like you are deep in the bush – and in some ways you are. Situated on a large private concession and bordering one of the many national parks in the area, the recent opening of the fence ensures steady traffic of elephants and other wildlife to the waterhole located right below a wide viewing deck in the bar and restaurant area. I loved this place for its true African wilderness feel within easy distance of town and it is the perfect place to prepare for – or relax after – a safari in Zimbabwe