A stylish retreat set in Victoria Falls town in Zimbabwe
Located in a quaint residential area of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Pamarah Lodge is a stylish stay offering serenity and personal attention to its visitors. The grounds are laid out with winding pathways and lush landscaping, while the free-standing buildings are surrounded by a canopy of indigenous teak trees. This family-owned lodge is well-appointed and shows great attention to detail with interiors that are a combination of classic and contemporary styles, adorned with a range of aviation and photography collectables and historic images. Enjoy breakfast at the lodge and take a dip in the pool before setting off to explore the nearby Victoria Falls, a natural wonder of the world.
Best time to go to Victoria Falls
When visiting Victoria Falls, an important factor to consider is the water level of the falls. Water levels are highest from May to August, offering great visibility of the falls, but the absolutely perfect time is June and July. The water levels start to lower in August up to March, and this is when white water rafting is available. During the rainy season, the falls can be completely obscured by mist, from about November to March, while the dry season, from April to October, is great for game viewing in the area.
The Family Room option is made up of a main room with a king-size bed and a loft area with 3 single beds. The thatched rondavel-style building has plenty of windows and features a ceiling fan and photographic artwork. The en-suite bathroom is equipped with a shower, toilet, and vanity.
The Triple Room is situated behind the main lodge, offering views of the courtyard containing an old teak tree and landscaped gardens. The air-conditioned room’s sleeping arrangements can be configured with either 1 king-size bed plus 1 single bed or 3 single beds. The en-suite bathroom has a shower, shower seat, toilet, and vanity with a mirror.
The Honeymoon Room is romantic with a unique blend of traditional rondavel-style architecture and modern luxuries. The room features a king-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with a freestanding bath, double shower, toilet, and double vanity. The glass-panelled door leads to an enclosed courtyard, where guests can enjoy the starry night sky.
The King Rooms are found behind the main lodge, offering picturesque views of the shaded courtyard featuring an ancient teak tree and landscaped gardens. The air-conditioned rooms receive natural light through 2 large windows, while the en-suite bathrooms come equipped with a shower, a shower seat, a toilet, and a vanity with a mirror.
King Patio Room
The King Patio Rooms are located behind the main lodge and offer views of a tranquil shaded courtyard and landscaped gardens. The en-suite bathroom includes a shower, shower seat, toilet and vanity. A large glass door leads to a private patio where guests can admire the stars at night.
Twin / King Room
The Twin / King Rooms are located behind the main lodge, overlooking a central courtyard with an old teak tree and landscaped gardens. The rooms feature a rondavel-style design, elevated thatched roofs, dormer windows, original photographic artwork, and a ceiling fan. The ensuite bathroom is equipped with a shower, shower seat, toilet and vanity.
Twin/King (Wheelchair Accessible)
The Twin/King (Wheelchair Accessible) rooms can be accessed through wheelchair-friendly pathways in the front garden. The air-conditioned unit’s bathroom and bedroom with twin beds are designed to be wheelchair-friendly, while 2 large windows let in plenty of sunlight. The bathroom features a shower with a seat, a toilet, and a mirrored vanity.
The Solo Traveler room is equipped with a standard double bed and modern amenities. The room is in a free-standing cottage between the 2 wings of the main lodge. The air-conditioned rondavel-style unit has natural light flooding in from 2 windows and the en-suite bathroom features a spacious shower, a shower seat, a toilet and a vanity.