Lokuthula, pronounced ‘Lock-oo-too-la’ in the local siNdebele tongue, means 'place of peace'. An apt name for these well-appointed lodges set in tranquil indigenous gardens where elephants roam and warthogs kneel to mow the lush lawns.
On the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge property, Lokuthula is surrounded by 80 000 hectares of unspoiled African bush and borders the Zambezi National Park. A nearby waterhole facilitates the free movement of game between the park and the lodges. Lokuthula consists of 37 luxurious self-catering lodges, sleeping 6 to 8 people. Each lodge is serviced daily by Lokuthula's friendly and professional housekeeping staff. Rates are charged per lodge per night ~ making them ideal for family or group getaways. A three tier swimming pool, poolside bar, children's playground, snack restaurant and TV lounge are situated nearby. The lodge is adjoined to the award winning Boma restaurant.