Lokuthula, pronounced ‘Lock-oo-too-la’ in the local siNdebele tongue, means 'place of peace'. An apt name for these well-appointed lodges...
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. Affiliated to Resorts Condominium International, Lokuthula has consistently achieved Gold Crown recognition, ranking the safari resort in the top five percent of 3000 RCI resorts worldwide. RCI is the world's largest holiday exchange organisation.
This luxurious self-catering timeshare resort consists of 37 rustic, thatched lodges located a mere four kilometres from the spectacular World Heritage Site of Victoria Falls. Situated within the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Resort Estate, Lokuthula is surrounded by 80 000 hectares of unspoilt African bush and borders the unfenced Zambezi National Park. A nearby waterhole facilitates free passage of wildlife, including buffalo, elephant, hyaena and a variety of plains game between the park and the lodges.
Family friendly facilities and access to riveting nightly entertainment at the fabulous adjacent Boma Place of Eating Restaurant makes Lokuthula Lodges the ideal family holiday venue. If deluxe dining is your preference, the award-winning MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant within the same resort is sure to please.
The African Zambezi River of legend, the description-defying Victoria Falls and the thrill of wildlife in pristine territory, topped with the Zimbabwean people’s conviviality, combine to place Victoria Falls in the top five destinations on the continent in 2008 according to TripAdvisor. Being South Africa's adventure capital, Victoria Falls provides activities unlimited, from the sedate to the extreme. For memories of a safari holiday you'll treasure for life, Victoria Falls is your destination and Lokuthula Lodges your choice for luxurious and independent accommodation.