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Over Ursula's Camp
Kleinschalig, met slechts 4 chalets, en intiem: Welkom bij Ursula's Camp! De Victoria-waterval is natuurlijk fantastisch maar daardoor zijn er ook veel andere toeristen die, net als u, dit fenomeen komen bekijken. Wilt u vervolgens wel lekker tot rust kunnen komen en de massa ontlopen? Dan kruipt u gewoon weg in dit camp. Het camp is sfeervol en heeft een heerlijk (klein) zwembad, omzoomd met gras en ligbedden. Bovendien ligt dit camp in het privé-wildreservaat Stanley & Livingstone, dus u kunt hier tevens op safari!
- rust en natuur
Vraag offerte aan
Airco, badkamer met bad en douche
Zoals Standard, ruimer
Op iets meer dan een kilometer van de watervallen.
• Gemeenschappelijke Lounge
• Gemeenschapelijke eetgelegenheid
• Extreme sports zoals raften, bungi jumping en abseilen.
• Game drives & safari's
De Victoria Falls zijn waarschijnlijk uw hoofddoel voor een vakantie Zimbabwe. Deze watervallen zijn een van de grootste watervallen van de wereld en heel indrukwekkend. De watervallen staan op de Werelderfgoed lijst van UNESCO en zijn maar liefst 1708 meter breed. Het gebied rond de watervallen is een beschermd nationaal park en herbergt vele dieren. Vanuit Victoria Falls worden tal van excursies en activiteiten aangeboden en is daarom een ideale uitvalsbasis. De plaats Victoria Falls ligt aan de Zimbabwe zijde van de Victoria watervallen.
"Great old hotel but needs TLC"
This is the archetypical old Colonial hotel, beautifully located overlooking the falls and the bridge. It's not cheap though and for that reason I think it needs reviewing with the head rather than the heart. This was our fourth visit and when there last (2012).we were told the bedrooms would be refurbished. Not much noticeable done but the decoration is sloppy. For example when re-painting the woodwork, rather than rub down or remove the existing paint it's simply been painted over, runs and all. Breakfast in the separate Jungle Junction building was excellent but we felt the evening Buffett at the same place had been dumbed down. It was enjoyable to have pre-dinner drinks on the terrace where they also serve afternoon tea and lunches and dinners. Didn't try the main restaurant as the menu wasn't to our taste. The staff are delightful and very well trained. It is a very atmospheric place but you do come away with the impression that guests are being charged a lot of money for accommodation that doesn't cut the mustard.
"Step into Absolute Luxury and Back in Time."
When you step into the hotel you step back in time to the British Colonial era. The hotel is spacious, beautiful,Â the grounds well manicured, the decor tastefully done, and the staff attentive.Â The show and dinner buffet at the Jungle Junction was worth it. The formal dining experience at the Livingstone Room was an elegant affair but the food was just ok. The food at the I Premise Terrace was far better. If you are lucky go before the moonrise and watch it rise above the falls as you enjoy your dinner. The only thing to be mindful of is that there are mosquitoes everywhere on the grounds so be sure to wear your mosquito repellent.Â They do have mosquito netting up around the beds. I would definitely stay here again!
"Probably the best place to stay at the falls"
This was the first time I have stayed at Zimbabwe side of the falls. This hotel is better than Avani on Zambian side, although here you have to pay to come to the falls. Old british style. Service is not perfect, and the rooms are unequal, but the pool is good, there is very picturesque performance of locals in the dining area, the view to the falls is stunning, and in 10 minutes walk you come to the canyon with still better view
this hotel was truly amazing,our rooms were in the stables ,the courtyard was planted beautifull with bushes and flowers. this was my sort of hotel oldie worldly and modern .the food on the terrace the first night was not good but where we had breakfast you could see the mist coming off the falls and you could see the bridge.what a wonderfull view. our tour took us to the elephant village not far away which we also met a cheetah .the elephants were so majestic .they could roam freely on 2500 hectares.we also had a beautiful lunch there.in the afternoon we went to the falls.what a surprise I had.!! a walking tour it was fine and so was I until three quarters round when the spray turned into torrential rain ,I was soaked to the skin.!!! yes I could have had a rain coat but it was tooooo small for me.still I got back to the coach and once back at the hotel I changed into dry clothes.IT WAS FUN..the staff in the hotel were marvellous nothing was too much trouble.the food in the livingstone restaurant was amazing. I travelled with Tauck tours they were good.
"Amazing Place to Stay"
What an amazing place to stay. This hotel is truly exceptional which magnificent views from the rear and the breakfast area. We found the room to be spacious and well presented. The whole hotel being well appointed. We can highly recommend the dining experience in the Livingstone room, truly exceptional with very attentive staff. The cost of eating here we found to be on a par with prices in Australia, very reasonable. Loved the whole experience and will recommend to friends travelling to this area.
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Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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