Africa Albida Tourism
Africa Albida Tourism is a hospitality group with hotels, lodges and restaurants in Southern Africa’s foremost tourist destinations, with the well-established Victoria Falls Safari Lodge as its flagship property. Its operations are characterised by their prime locations and an untiring quest for quality in every aspect of product delivery. Other properties include the luxury self-catering Lokuthula Lodges (Victoria Falls)and Ngoma Safari Lodge (Chobe, Botswana).
The Boma – Place Eating and the deluxe MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge resort make up the group’s restaurant division.
Still under development, Santonga Eco-park is AAT's pioneering park venture in Victoria Falls.It is a mind-blowing fusion of an interactive multi-faceted wildlife park, history, education and entertainment all in one, and aims to bring to life the history of Victoria Falls since the beginning of time.
Africa Albida Tourism takes its name from the well-known Acacia Albida (or apple-ring) tree. Widespread in semi-arid Africa, the Acacia Albida is a large, adaptable tree dominating its landscape. It is held as sacred in many parts of Africa for its life-supporting and enriching characteristics.
The group’s logo represents stability, nurturing and prosperity, and above all AAT’s ethic of being a fair, principled and responsible player in its physical, social and business spheres of influence. AAT operations are underpinned by principles of utmost respect for the communities and environments in which it operates, and fostering a spirit of mutually beneficial partnership with all stakeholders. It aims to create opportunities to sustainably utilise natural resources, create employment and enhance living standards, as well as to share a passion for Africa’s treasures; her culture, wildlife and immense physical beauty.
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The Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of wildlife and its natural habitat. The Victoria Falls Rainforest is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and has been designated a World Heritage Site, under the UNESCO World Heritage Convention. The Falls are surrounded by the 2 340-ha Victoria Falls National Park and the 57 000-ha Zambezi National Park. These state-protected areas are home to numerous species of fauna and flora, which through recent times have unfortunately been subject to a dramatic increase in various forms of poaching. VFAPU’s mandate is to minimise poaching activities in its area of patrol, as well as to rescue and rehabilitate animals injured by human interference.