Budget With Us!

We believe in giving you a place where you can have a good night’s sleep, good food, and quick and easy access to the Victoria Falls. While we are a budget hotel we take special care to ensure you are pleased with all aspects of your stay from quality right through to cleanliness.

In addition, you will find that our staff are a happy bunch always going the extra mile to ensure you have a wonderful stay with us.

The Tonga enjoyed the marvels of the Victoria Falls long before they were discovered by David Livingston

Yours Events!

We are all looking for the perfect venue for functions…. and who doesn’t absolutely love the Victoria Falls. This is the perfect backdrop for all sorts of events. We can do:

  • Weddings & Parties
  • Corporate Functions
  • Team Building & Training

Planning is everything. Given that we are very close to the border, we can easily source anything that you might require as you would normally get in large metros like Harare and Bulawayo. Let us know in advance what your requirements are, and we will help you to fulfil your dreams!

Fast Falls Facts!

Did you know?

Rainforest!

24/7 Rains

The spray from the falls make the River Zambezi Rain Forest the only place that receives rainfall 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Flowing Waters

The Zambezi River

The Zambezi River traverses a whopping six countries that include; Zambia, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

Smoke & Thunder

The Tonga & Smoke

The Tonga’s call the Victoria Falls Mosi-oa-Tunya which simply means, “the smoke that thunders“.

Know this…

Do you know a moonbow?

Stunning Rainbows

At night, you will see the light from the moon forming a moon blow or in other words, a beautiful rainbow on the waters of the Victoria Waterfalls

  • The rainbow is a moonbow by night
  • Moonbows are the moon’s reflection on the water

The biggest & the best!

The Largest

The Victoria Waterfalls are the largest in the world. They measure 5577 feet wide and vary in height from 262- 304 feet.

  • Livingston was the first European to see the falls.
  • 600 million cubic liters of water hit the ground every minute.
  • The Devil’s Swimming Pool is the highlight for tourists.