Lodge accommodation, B&B style, two kilometers from the Victoria Falls
Owner managed - for travellers who prefer the personal athmosphere of a guesthouse to a hotel
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Had it not been for the publicity in Europe by Dr David Livingstone who visited the Falls in November 1855 and named them after the then Queen Victoria, we wonder if this small town had ever become the adventure capital of Southern Africa it is today. The local people who inhabited the river up and downstream called this place Mosi-oa-Tunya (Kololo tribe) and Chinotimba (Nyamba tribe), all referring to the thundering sound caused by the falling sheet of water.
Victoria Falls is a sharp drop - geographers call it a 'nick point' - (108 meter deep, 1708 meter wide) carved out of the basalt rock by the eroding powers of the Zambezi River, Africa's fourth longest river half way on its 2,700 km journey to the Indian Ocean. Have a look at our link page for more in-depth information on waterfalls.
The Falls, the river, the bridge, the National Parks, today 50,000 people on both sides of the river depend on the tourists that visit Victoria Falls from all over the world. If you have three nights to spend you can truly cross path with nature, apart from walking along one of the world's most spectacular waterfall you can: ride an elephant through the African bush, cruise, canoe and raft white water, fly in all sorts of machines over the Falls, throw yourself down the bridge and gorges connected to rubber cords and wires only, walk with the lions, go for game drives, and of course sleep and eat in hotels, lodges, B&B's and guesthouses that suit your budget. Local operators will take care of you as they do for 'their' environment.
Have a look what is on offer, the adventure starts right here, all a few minutes down the road from Amadeus Garden. Should you not be a B&B dweller and prefer to stay at a hotel in Victoria Falls or the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge we do hotel reservations as well and provide our personal guiding and travel services.
© 1999 - 2013 Amadeus Garden
“Victoria Falls is recognized as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Any visit to Africa would not be complete without experience the splendor of these falls."
Victoria Falls airport (25km)
Livingstone airport, lodges and town(25km)
Kasane airport, safari lodges around the
Chobe National Park (85km)
Helicopter Flights over the Falls
Full Day Chobe Safari - Botswana
White Water Rafting - Zambezi River
Canoeing - Zambezi National Park
Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi
Amadeus Garden 538 Reynard Road Victoria Falls Zimbabwe Tel: +263-13- 422 61 Fax: +263-13-442 93
Amadeus Garden > B&B style accommodation in Victoria Falls. The lodge is set in a spacious green garden, 11 rooms only, swimming pool and in walking distance to the Victoria Falls. If you prefer the atmosphere of a small lodge to the big Victoria Falls hotels - then Amadeus Garden is the right choice of accommodation for you. A safe and trusted guesthouse since 1999!