Pamusha Lodge Victoria Falls
The Lodge is situated 3km from the
mighty Victoria Falls (Mosi-a-Tunya Smoke That Thunders). Pamusha offers 17
clean comfortable rooms comprising of Family rooms, Double Bedded Rooms and
Twin Bedded rooms. Hosts organise transfers to every part of the Victoria Falls
and bookings for accommodation through our Travel & Tour offices
located at the Lodge. For those who want to communicate with the rest of the
world we have internet facilities and calls can be made to any part of the
world. At Pamusha Lodge hosts deliver a personalised touch
to each and everyone so put your mind to rest and they will guide you to the
Seventh Wonder of the World. Hosts cater for Traditional and International Menus
for those with different mouth watering tastes. Establishment has a sparkling swimming
pool to water your thirst for an adventure which is complimented by a
beautiful teak tree garden and an original African Gazebo for barbeques.
Pamusha Lodge gives visitors an ideal opportunity to experience the entrancing splendour of the Victoria Falls with the comfort of a beautifully centrally situated lodge. The Lodge boasts of clean quality accommodation in air conditioned single en-suite rooms, exquisite en-suite double rooms, twin bedded en-suite rooms, and spacious family rooms.
Elephant Back Safaris: What better way to explore the magnificent bushveld than from the saddle of an African elephant! Trips are available during the early morning, when a surprise bush breakfast is served, or during the late afternoon, when guests can savour a magical African sunset ~ as well as sundowners and snacks. The safari is led by an armed guide on foot.
The Craft Market: A real haven of African treasures are available from Victoria Fall's open-air curio market - where Zimbabwe's famous stone and wood carvings are a speciality. Take time to wander through the hustle and bustle of the displays, absorbing the ingenuity of the craftsmen.
White Water Rafting: Adventurers travel from all over the world to experience Zimbabwe's adrenaline-pumping whitewater rafting. Classified as the best water in the world, rafts break their way through rapids graded as high as 5 through the deep gorges and spectacular beauty of the mighty Zambezi River. You can challenge this river with either a half day (15 kms) or full day (22 kms) trip.
Day Trip to the Chobe National Park - Botswana: Spend a day in Botswana's magnificent Chobe National Park. Here you'll find the very essence of nature in a 11 700 sq. km. pristine wilderness. The elephant population, estimated at 35 000, is the largest single concentration in Africa within the confines of a single national park. During the harsh dry season the herds migrate and congregate along the perennial Chobe River and fertile floodplains. The sight is spectacular - red sunsets, elephant and buffalo in their hundreds.
African Spectacular Show - Traditional Dancing: Gather in an African village set-up, painted with traditional village-life scenes. In this arena, drums beat ... fierce Shangaan warriors dance and chant... the masked Mkishi perform their eerie rituals... marimbas play and choirs sing. This is arguably the most authentic show in Africa and you will be spellbound by a spectacular burst of vibrant and traditional entertainment.
Flight of Angels: Take a flip in a helicopter for a spectacular bird's eye view of the mile wide Victoria Falls, as well as beautiful stretches of the Zambezi river and game in the National Park. Microlight, ultralight and seaplane excursions are also available for the adventurous.
Canoe Safaris: You will feel truly close to nature as you explore the unspoilt Zambezi River above the Falls in stable two-man canoes with an expert guide. Heighten the experience by enjoying a cooked breakfast at sunrise on the banks of the river and then stopping for lunch on one of the islands. An experience not to be missed!
Half Day or Full Day Game Drives: Enjoy a game drive in a rugged 4 x 4 safari vehicle into the Zambezi National Park, home to the elephant, buffalo, hippo, sable and more more. During the full day trip, guests will visit secluded sections of the park and enjoy a buffet luncheon the banks of the might Zambezi River.
Bush Walks: A walk in the Zambezi National Park with a professional guide will open up a world previously only dreamt of. The emphasis of these trips is on ecology and chats about trees, insects, birds, flowers and mammals provide fascinating information. Walking safaris are also taken around the perimeter of the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge's waterhole.
Zambezi Horse Trails: Horseback rides take place in an area with a high concentration of game and plentiful game viewing opportunities, for both experienced and novice riders.
Zambezi River Cruises: There can be very little to rival the pleasure of cruising down the Zambezi river with a chilled drink in hand, watching animals and birds frolicking amid fantastic African sunsets. Or having a wonderful breakfast or lunch on board while your guide points out interesting sights along the way. Lunch and sunset champagne cruises are made daily on a stable pontoon boat.
Zambezi Wine Route: This is the ultimate sundowner, taking the route Livingstone must have taken before he came across the mighty Victoria Fall! The silence of the canoes enables one to drift past elephants, hippo and birds almost undetected. Each boat seats two clients and is paddled by an experienced and knowledgeable paddler. Visitors need only sit back, relax and take in the scenery, while sipping refreshments and nibbling on snacks.
Crocodile Farm & Nature Sanctuary: Set in plush landscaped gardens on a natural creek, the Zambezi Nature Sanctuary will increase your awareness of the environment surrounding the Victoria Falls. Your fascinating tour will unfold a scaled version of the flora and fauna of this riverine ecosystem and you will see leopard, serval cat, caracal and hundreds of crocodiles (from babies you can hold to 15 ft monsters) at close quarters.
Championship Golf Course: The nearby Elephant Hills' unique golf course is carved out of the rugged African bush, alongside the Zambezi River and just 3 km upstream of the Victoria Falls. It's an 18-hole Gary Player championship course where you'll share the plush fairways with a variety of wildlife in their natural habitat - including warthog, impala, mongooses, waterbuck, monkeys and baboons.
African Extreme Bunji: Experience the adrenaline rush of jumping 111m off the Victoria Falls bridge, towards the swirling rushing waters of the Zambezi River. This is an experience one would never forget in a lifetime. The activity currently holds 100% safety record. You are assured to come back alive.
Rates per room per night, bed and breakfast: on request
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates: e-mail
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Terms & conditions, Payment options and Cancellation policy
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