AVANI Victoria Falls Resort

AVANI Victoria Falls Resort is a high value getaway for families as well as a top conference destination – all within a five-minute walk of the Victoria Falls.

From its colourful décor to its unpretentious and welcoming style, AVANI Victoria Falls Resort is as vibrant as the people themselves. AVANI Victoria Falls Resort offers affordable luxury underpinned by the Zambian people’s strong family-orientated culture.

While the adults enjoy the myriad of adventure activities on offer, the AVANI kids club Zuba’s Adventure Camp will entertain the young children.

As a guest of the hotel you also have free and unlimited access to the Falls.
Each room has a view of either the lush African bush or the large landscaped swimming pool that lies at the heart of the hotel.

3-star hotel offers a choice of 212 en-suite rooms.
There is also a business centre and boardroom at the hotel as well as various outdoor dining options.
There are a total of four conference venues at AVANI Victoria Falls Resort, all of which are interleading allowing for variable sizes depending on the requirements.

The on-site Boma can accommodate roughly 350 people in an intimate setting under the trees, right on the banks of the Zambezi River, and with the thunder of the falls in the background.

Amenities

  • As a guest of the hotel you also have free and unlimited access to the Falls.
  • Each room has a view of either the lush African bush or the large landscaped swimming pool that lies at the heart of the hotel.
  • 3-star hotel offers a choice of 212 en-suite rooms
  • There is also a business centre and boardroom at the hotel as well as various outdoor dining options.
  • While the adults enjoy the myriad of adventure activities on offer, the AVANI Kids Club, Zuba's Adventure Camp will entertain the young children.
  • There are a total of four conference venues at the AVANI Victoria Falls Resort, all of which are interleading allowing for variable sizes depending on the requirements.
  • The on-site Boma can accommodate roughly 350 people in an intimate setting under the trees, right on the banks of the Zambezi River, and with the thunder of the falls in the background.