A sustainable Victoria Falls luxury safari on the banks of the Zambezi
Toka Leya is a luxurious lodge set on the banks of the Zambezi River, offering front-row seats to a daily wilderness spectacle. Toka Leya has partnered with the World Wildlife Fund to promote sustainable practices, such as reducing its water and energy usage and minimizing its carbon footprint. The lodge has also implemented numerous green initiatives and has received multiple awards for its commitment to sustainability. Guests can enjoy exciting activities at Victoria Falls like bungee jumping and white-water rafting, go on a safari in the wild, or spend time in the lodge’s spa, by the pool, or in the gym.
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 9 superbly appointed Standard/Double Room tents are each raised and fitted with canvas walls in muted tones around a spacious interior overlooking the Zambezi. Rest is guaranteed with comfortable double beds done up with crisp white linens, drawback mosquito nets, and block-out curtains.
Each of the 3 Family Suites are raised and fitted with canvas walls in muted tones around a spacious interior. The Family Suites have 2 en-suite bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with 2 singles, and can accommodate up to 4 people each.