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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.
"Very friendly staff"
The hotel's staff is very friendly. They truly make you feel welcome and leave an enduring mark upon you. Regarding the hotel itself, the property is beautiful, however it is a little run down, something you would expect from a country that's been through such terrible crises. Nonetheless, the backdrop and the friendliness of the staff more than make up for it.
"Wonderful room and service "
We spent just one night here and it was wonderful. We were very lucky to be upgraded to a deluxe room which had a separate lounge room. It was very comfortable. Toiletries were reusable bottles so environmentally friendly. Meals were excellent and staff very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed seeing warthogs and monkeys in the grounds. A very special place to stay.
"Old British colonial style hotel"
Beautiful old British colonial style hotel with great charm. Fantastic location near Victoria Falls. Staff very friendly and helpful. Food ranged from good to fair. Rooms were good sized but very dated. Plumbing in bathroom looked over 50 years old. Narrow high bathtub with shower head on side wall. No hand grips made taking a shower dangerous. Bathroom sink had separate faucets for hot and cold water with no ability to mix. Hard washing up with either very hot or cold water. The hotel has enormous potential but needs big capital improvements
"They way all hotels should be"
Stayed here for three nights as part of the Victoria Falls marathon. I was slightly nervous as I don't do 5* and so wasn't really sure whether I'd find it a bit over the top. What I found was absolutely wonderful; the views and location are stunning (including its own short cut to the Falls) ,the rooms are perfectly nice although not opulent and both breakfast and dinner outdoors are lovely. However, what made the stay so outstanding were the staff. Every single member of staff we met was warm and welcoming and more than happy to do their very best to help you out. One of the reception staff spent at least an hour at about 9 o'clock at night trying to find an available helicopter flight and when our pick-up didn't come they were chasing it up even before we'd asked them. If I'm ever lucky enough to get back to Vic Falls, I'd move heaven and earth to be able to stay here again.
I stayed here for one night in June after returning from a safari in Botswana and enroute to Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. I would have liked to stay another night. This is an excellent mid priced option close to the Falls. Infact you can hear the roar of the Zambezi river in the distance and view the spray shooting and spreading like a cloud hundreds of feet high from the hotel lawns. Its quite an experience and one can only imagine what this hotel must have been like in colonial times. It was packed with tourists and business people - especially during its famous High Tea. I stayed in a standard room in what used to be the stables in the early days. The room was large and very comfortable, and a mix between colonial and modern times. The bathroom was huge with a tub and a shower. The room had a large sofa, writing table with lamp, mini bar, cupboards and the usual amenities. The staff are service oriented with a smile. Check-in took 10-15 min as there were a few people around but otherwise everything was a breeze. The view over the falls bridge (connecting Zimbabwe and Zambia) was worth a good photograph and so I spent a lot of time doing that. In the meanwhile I had warthogs for company including the biggest and fattest one that I have seen! They were harmless as I think they live on the property, and are used to humans. As I had done the Falls Tour and a few of the activities on a previous visit, I just relaxed on this trip and soaked up the atmosphere at the hotel. I chose to walk down to the 3 Monkeys pub for some beers and dinner - that too was a good experience. No issue with security while walking on empty roads after dark. Right from the friendly bell captain who stands tall with the many colourful badges he wears on his official uniform, to the cashier, restaurant, housekeeping, sales staff, everybody was friendly and polite. I will be back again soon...
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Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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