Masuwe LodgeVictoria Falls
Masuwe Lodge opened its doors in 1992 as the flag-ship lodge of Landela Safaris, a company owned and operated by local Zimbabwean couple Stewart and Sally Cranswick. Under the guidance of General Manager, Jonathan Elway it quickly became a firm favourite on the Landela Safari circuit which included lodges in Harare, Hwange National Park and Kariba.
In 2002 Landela Safaris wound down its operations in Zimbabwe and Masuwe Lodge was packed up and closed. For the last 15 years, the gardens and the old stone buildings have been in the care of Farai Mukaro and his team, all of whom are excited to welcome guests back to Masuwe.
Masuwe Lodge reopened in May 2017 after a total re-build and re-furbish. We have taken the lodge right back to the skeleton … and then some!
All plumbing and electrical works have been replaced, as has the timber decking in the tented rooms
The old stone bathrooms have been completely rebuilt
The old green tents have been replaced with spacious sand-coloured canvas, allowing for more light
New pathways link the rooms through the established gardens
The glitter stone of the original swimming pool again sparkles in the sun light
One thing we have not changed is the names of the tented rooms; each is named after a bird, those that Stewart and Sally first saw on their first visit to Masuwe. And yes there is a Hornbill, hence the photo of “Zazu” here … we see them around the Lodge every day.
At Masuwe, every day holds a little bit of memory-making magic!
- Elevator in building
- Friendly workspace
- Instant Book
- Wireless Internet
- Free parking on premises
- Free parking on street
- Live Music
- Accepting Credit Cards
- Air Conditioned