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My wife and I stayed in one of the "tents"; but "tent" is something of an understatement. The tent was very well appointed, had a tiled floor and its own en-suite bathroom. The Restaurant had a good menu and the food was delicious.
I booked this lodge back in April but when I arrived, they were "overbooked" and did not have my reservation in the system from hotels(dot)com. They said I would not be charged and that I would get my money back. But several months later, they...More
But, very ordinary, very expensive for what you get. Poor old tired linen and towels, dirty carpets, breakfast sub standard, with cheap instant coffee. No wine list - box wine only,
No management to complain to. Staff tried hard. Needs a huge uplift.
I stayed here with my mum for three nights to visit Victoria Falls and go on a rhino walking tour. From the moment we arrived to the time we left the staff were fantastic. They were incredibly friendly and nothing was too much trouble, ordering...More
Maramba is set amongst trees and there is electricity in the campsites. Rubbish is cleared daily and the ablutions are kept beautifully clean. There are hippos and crocodiles in the stream right nest to the camp, and at night one can hear the Victoria falls...More
US$81 - US$123 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We also arranged our activities via the front desk.
We went to the Vic Fals, did a river Safari on the Zambezi and went to Livingstone.
The front desk also arranged a taxi for us.
Hope you have a nice trip!
Hi Simone Z
Yes we do have a camping area where you can set up your own camp site- we charge $10 per person for adults and $5 per person for kids under 12 years old. We also have dome tents that are already set up at $39... More
Hi Simone Z
Yes we do have a camping area where you can set up your own camp site- we charge $10 per person for adults and $5 per person for kids under 12 years old. We also have dome tents that are already set up at $39 that sleep two persons.
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"Rooms closer to the river are better, if you enjoy being closer to nature."