Africa Albida Tourism

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Address:
Greystone Park Shopping Centre, Gaydon Road, Harare
Member Number: 202462 Tel: +263 (0) 4 885 200

Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) 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 exclusive 20-room Victoria Falls Safari Club, the luxurious Victoria Falls Safari Suites, the self-catering Lokuthula Lodges (Victoria Falls) and Ngoma Safari Lodge located in Chobe, Botswana.

The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show and the deluxe MaKuwa-Kuwa Restaurant make up the group’s restaurant division. Both restaurants have a proud record of national awards as Zimbabwe's top dining venues.

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 partnerships. 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. 

 

Where we operate

  • Botswana
  • Zimbabwe

Activities offered

  • Accommodation
  • Bird Watching
  • Safaris - Fixed Camp
  • Self-Drive Holidays
  • Weddings

Our Commitment to Responsible Tourism

We are proud members of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that allows travelers to make a lasting impact in the community at your travel destination.

Through the Green Fund, AAT helps to maintain the Victoria Falls World Heritage Site by donating $1 from every booking at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge to this purpose.

The staff and community at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge play a very active part in the ‘Victoria Falls Clean Up Campaigns', an operation to keep the streets of Victoria Falls town clean and welcoming to our visitors from around the world.

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge supports two officers in the Local Tourism Police and makes additional donations to the force as and when required. 

AAT partnered with the Chobe Enclave Conservation Trust (CECT) while developing Ngoma Safari Lodge and is fully committed to making a sustainable difference to the local community and environment

Charities

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Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit

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.

News

18 July 2019

The Iconic Boma – Dinner & Drum Show in Victoria Falls Undergoes A Major Refurbishment 

The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show has a fresh look and feel, with its new décor capturing the style of the traditional Zimbabwean cooking hut, while the kitchen has been rebuilt and modernised and other structural enhancements made.

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21 June 2019

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Estate Eliminates Plastic Water Bottles in Bid to Go Plastic-Free

Re-useable glass water bottles have replaced single-use plastic bottles at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Victoria Falls Safari Club, Victoria Falls Safari Suites as hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism continues to rally to protect the environment. The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show and Lokuthula Lodges will follow suit in the next two weeks. The move, which will see the elimination of more than 80,000 plastic water bottles a year used across the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge estate in hotel rooms, restaurants and bars, follows the installation of the Natura water system earlier this month.

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09 March 2019

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Estate Welcomes New General Manager

Anald Musonza has been appointed general manager of Africa Albida Tourism’s Victoria Falls properties, starting his new role on February 25. Musonza, who was previously regional general manager at Shearwater, will manage Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Victoria Falls Safari Club, Victoria Falls Safari Suites, Lokuthula Lodges and The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show.

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24 January 2019

Africa Albida Tourism Welcomes New Group Sales & Brand Manager

Bryony Acutt re-joined Africa Albida Tourism in the role of Group Sales & Brand Manager on January 9, 2019, after leaving in 2011 to pursue her passion in advertising. Africa Albida Tourism (AAT’s) chief executive Ross Kennedy said Acutt would use her extensive experience in brand management to further strengthen the hospitality group’s corporate and product brands. Acutt previously worked for Zambezi Cruise and Safari Company, where she solidified her experience in the hospitality industry, and prior to that was with DDH&M Advertising.

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09 October 2018

A Fitness Room with Perhaps the Finest Work-Out View in Africa has Opened at

A fitness room has been built at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, offering guests an unrivalled view of bushveld to the horizon, with the opportunity to spot wildlife at the onsite waterhole during their work out. Wildlife frequenting the waterhole at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge includes elephant, buffalo and kudu, and occasionally lion – last week a lioness thrilled guests when she spent most of the day there. While bushbuck and warthog may be seen wandering past the window of the fitness room.

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03 October 2018

$30,000 Raised to Fight Poaching in Victoria Falls

The war on poaching in the Victoria Falls region has been given a US$30,000 boost by an annual fundraising golf tournament, coordinated, hosted and sponsored by Zimbabwean hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism.   A field of 160 players, making up 40 teams, teed off for charity on September 21 at Harare’s Borrowdale Brooke Golf Club at the 18th annual Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit (VFAPU) Golf Day, playing a 4 Ball Better Ball Stableford format, before a prize-giving function and auction.

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20 August 2018

Play Your Part In Conserving Zimbabwe’s Wildlife

There is still an exciting opportunity to play your part in conserving Zimbabwe’s wildlife by supporting the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit’s (VFAPU) annual fundraising Golf Day to be held in Harare on September 21.

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18 January 2018

Victoria Falls International Airport Has the Capacity to Welcome More Airlines

Victoria Falls International Airport has significant capacity to welcome more flights, and the Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe is working towards a greater spread of arrival times with carriers to limit peak congestion times for passenger handling, a tourism industry leader says. Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) chief executive Ross Kennedy said the tourism industry in Victoria Falls is working very closely with all of the public sector departments and ministries to ensure that this demand is matched by service delivery enhancements.

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29 August 2017

Zimbabwe to Once Again Enjoy 1999 Tourist Volumes?

Many are asking the question, is 2017 the year that sees tourism arrivals in Victoria Falls back at 1996/1999 volumes?     Ross Kennedy, Chief Executive of Africa Albida Tourism, said room occupancies in Victoria Falls for the six months ended 30 June 2017 had increased by 25.4% over the same period in 2016.  This equates to close to 19,000 additional rooms sold over that period by ten hotels, which together have 1,125 rooms and measure arrivals monthly. The same trend is a…

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07 August 2017

Africa Albida introduces 24-hour reservations

From August 1, Africa Albida Tourism is now available for 24-hour reservations. The group’s central reservations at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge will operate 24 hours a day, including Saturdays and Sundays. Two new sales consultants have been added to the current team to boost resources. “This move has been implemented to better serve the needs of our customers who are not in the same time zones as we are, for example Australia, USA and Asia,” said CE, Ross Kennedy. In another…

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29 March 2017

Tourism Player Welcomes First New International Airline into Victoria Falls

The launch of Ethiopian Airlines’ new route into Zimbabwe’s top resort town has been hailed as “a significant catalyst for tourism growth in Zimbabwe and across the region” by hospitality industry leader Ross Kennedy.    Ethiopian Airlines became the first international airline to launch flights into the new Victoria Falls International Airport, which opened last November, when its Boeing 737 touched down on Sunday. The African heavyweight will fly to Victoria…

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27 March 2017

VFAPU Scouts to Receive Gas Stoves Donation

A Harare business, Naklon Trading, has generously donated 17 two-plate gas stoves and cylinders, one for each of Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit’s scouts, as a gesture of appreciation for the important work they do in the day to day battle against poaching. The donation, pledged last September at the annual VFAPU Golf Day, which is hosted by Africa Albida Tourism, and raised $26,300 for the unit, is expected to be delivered to the scouts in Victoria Falls early next month. Naklon Trad…

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14 March 2017

The Life of David Livingstone – A Captivating Victoria Falls Experience

Visitors are drawn to Africa by its iconic wildlife, but your experience may be incomplete, unless you also learn about its remarkable historical and cultural heritage. Guests of Africa Albida Tourism’s properties in Victoria Falls - Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Victoria Falls Safari Club, Victoria Fall Safari Suites and Lokuthula Lodges – may now benefit from the introduction of the captivating “Life of David Livingstone” talk. This 45-minute presentation on the most f…

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06 March 2017

80,000 More Tourists a Year Could Soon Fly Into Victoria Falls

As many as 80,000 more tourists a year could soon fly into Zimbabwe’s leading resort town of Victoria Falls as two large international airlines commit to the destination and a third increases capacity, tourism industry leader Ross Kennedy says.    On March 1, South African Airways began operating an Airbus A330-200, daily to Victoria Falls from Johannesburg, the largest passenger aircraft ever to land at Zimbabwe’s top resort town. The A330-200 has 222 seats, 88 more than…

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23 January 2017

Revel in an Exciting New Feast of Fun at The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show

The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show, a “must do” Victoria Falls experience, has just got a lot more bite, with a focus on the refreshment and modernisation of its food and entertainment elements now completed. Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) chief executive Ross Kennedy said: “Now in its 25th year, The Boma – Dinner & Drum Show has so far hosted more than one million guests. In 2016 alone, over 61,000 visitors to Victoria Falls enjoyed The Boma - Dinner & Drum S…

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22 December 2016

Tourism Industry Welcomes the Relaunch of The Kaza Visa

The relaunch of a univisa between Zimbabwe and Zambia has been hailed “a positive step” and “a wonderfully important Christmas present to tourism in both countries” by industry leader Ross Kennedy. The KAZA visa, which means tourists only need to obtain one visa to visit Zimbabwe and Zambia, was re-launched by Zimbabwean Home Affairs minister Ignatious Chombo and his Zambian counterpart in a ceremony in Livingstone today. Mr Kennedy, African Travel and Tourism Associat…

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16 November 2016

Victoria Falls International Airport Ready to Welcome the World

Africa Albida Tourism welcomes the commissioning of the new $150 million Victoria Falls International Airport, which is set to usher in a new era of tourism to the region.    The airport, which now has the capacity to handle 1.5 million passengers per annum, tripling its previous volume, and is capable of landing some of the world’s largest aircraft, will be officially opened on Friday November 18 by His Excellency, President Robert Mugabe. Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) c…

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28 September 2016

More Than $26,000 raised to Fight Poaching in Victoria Falls

The war on poaching in the Victoria Falls region has been given a $26,300 boost by a fundraising golf tournament, coordinated and hosted by Africa Albida Tourism.    IMAGE CAPTIONS: 1.  VFAPUGolfDaywinnersSanjayBabbar(left)andTomAustin(right)receivetheirtrophyand prizes from Africa Albida Tourism chief executive Ross Kennedy(centre). 2.  Best Dressed Winners: The Ambrose African Birds (left to right) Sjaan Sykes, Keara O'Toole, Tash Zelow and Jenna Van Niekerk…

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09 September 2016

Act Now to Conserve Zimbabwe’s Wildlife

This year’s annual Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit Golf Day fundraiser is just around the corner, so now is your last chance to enter a team or to sponsor the event. The Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit (VFAPU) Golf Day, to be held at Borrowdale Brooke Golf Club on Friday September 16, will be a fun-filled event with up to 144 players, making up to 36 teams, teeing off for a good cause. One of the most enjoyable and best organised events on the golf fundraising calendar, hosted by hos…

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30 August 2016

Zimbabwean Comedian Quite Possibly Breaks World Record

Zimbabwean funny man Carl Joshua Ncube believes he has broken the world record for the most stand up performances in seven days – but is awaiting official confirmation from Guinness World Records.    Ncube planned to perform 35 shows in 35 different venues in Zimbabwe and South Africa, but only managed 31, after a few venues let him down at the last minute. This was, however, still enough to break the existing Guinness World Record, set by Australian comedian Mark Murphy in 200…

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26 August 2016

New Appointments at Africa Albida Tourism

Nigel Frost has been appointed Africa Albida Tourism’s group financial and operations director, which will see him take over full responsibility of hospitality group’s operations, in addition to retaining full responsibility for its financial management.    Mr Frost previously held the position of group financial director at Africa Albida Tourism (AAT), a leading tourism operator, with hotels, lodges and restaurants in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe – including Victoria F…

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18 August 2016

Hit The Green to Conserve Our Environment

Play your part in conserving Zimbabwe’s wildlife and trees by supporting the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit’s (VFAPU) annual fundraising Golf Day to be held on September 16 at Borrowdale Brooke Golf Club in Harare. The record $30,000 raised for VFAPU - which relies on donations to operate - at last year’s tournament was vital to its survival, and once again this year, every cent raised will go directly to the unit, as organisers, Africa Albida Tourism, cover the costs of t…

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11 February 2016

Victoria Falls “An Unbelievable Experience” – Cheetahs Rugby Team

South African Super Rugby side the Toyota Free State Cheetahs came to Zimbabwe and they conquered - winning their pre-season clash in Harare against the Vodacom Bulls before visiting the country’s top tourist attraction Victoria Falls. The 45-strong squad, who stayed at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge this week, were blown away by the beauty of Victoria Falls, which many had never seen before, with team captain Francois Venter saying, it was well beyond his expectations. The Cheetahs’…

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16 October 2015

Victoria Falls Will Not Dry Up!

SPECULATION in local and social media that Victoria Falls may be drying up is entirely false, says African Travel and Tourism Association chairman Ross Kennedy.   Victoria Falls will never become “Victoria Walls”, as locals self-deprecatingly joke, Mr Kennedy said. Perhaps October madness may be getting the better of some of those suggesting otherwise, he added.   Mr Kennedy said that according to local river experts the facts are:  There will always be water in Vict…

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13 October 2015

Record $30,000 Raised to Fight Poaching in Victoria Falls

THE war on poaching has been given a record $30,000 boost by a fundraising golf tournament, coordinated and sponsored by Africa Albida Tourism, which is more than double the amount raised at last year’s event. A total of 132 players, making up 33 teams, teed off for charity at the 15th annual fundraising Golf Day for the Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit (VFAPU) at Borrowdale Brooke Golf Club, before a prize-giving function and auction. The fundraising tournament, which took place on O…

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01 October 2015

Put your swing behind Zimbabwe’s Wildlife

THE field may be full, but there is still room for sponsors to put their swing behind Zimbabwe’s wildlife at the fun filled annual Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit (VFAPU) Golf Day, to be held at Borrowdale Brooke Golf Club on Friday. A total of 144 players, making up 36 teams, will take part in VFAPU Golf Day, one of the most enjoyable and best organised events on the golf fundraising calendar, which will also include lunch, entertainment, an exciting array of prizes donated by many sp…

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14 August 2015

Tee off to Save Africa’s Wildlife

Africa Albida Tourism is calling on sponsors and participants to take part in theannual fundraising Golf Day, to ensure the survival of the Victoria Falls Anti Poaching Unit, tobe held on October 2 at Borrowdale Brooke GolfClub. Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) chief executive Ross Kennedy said: “It is evident fromthe worldwide news coverage of Cecil the lion that wildlife conservation and dealingwith poaching remains critically important. It is a key aspect of our company’s philoso…

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14 May 2015

Africa Albida Tourism announces Major Upgrades to its Properties

The exclusive Victoria Falls Safari Club in Zimbabwe and the luxurious Ngoma Safari Lodge in Botswana are set to undergo major upgrades, Africa Albida Tourism chief executive Ross Kennedy says. The projects, to be completed by early next year, include the addition of a boutique restaurant and horizon swimming pool to Victoria Falls Safari Club, while four new suites will be built at Ngoma Safari Lodge, bringing the total to 12, Mr Kennedy said. The Safari Club upgrade will include the expansi…

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13 May 2015

Victoria Falls New International Airport Opening Countdown

The new $150 million international airport at Victoria Falls, which is set to change the face of the region, is just four months away from opening. Africa Albida Tourism chief executive Ross Kennedy said it had become very clear in the last few months that the travel industry now understood the importance of this development. The airport would also create its own “mini economy” with increased staffing throughout and support facilities - which included more duty free and retail spa…

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12 May 2015

Wildlife Conservation Hub to be Established in Victoria Falls

SANTONGA conservation, culture and history park in Victoria Falls will be “a force for good” in the region, incorporating a conservation, education and research focus, Africa Albida Tourism group chairman Dave Glynn says. Mr Glynn described a World Wildlife Fund report, published last year, which found humanity had wiped out 52 per cent of the world’s wildlife in the last 40 years, as “terrifying”. “So if we, as humans, have wiped out 52 per cent in the last…

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31 March 2015

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Celebrates In Australia

ROSS Kennedy, chief executive of Zimbabwe's premier hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism Ross Kennedy is in Australia to host functions in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth to mark the 20th anniversary of the opening of the celebrated Victoria Falls Safari Lodge.   Mr Kennedy told a group of travel agent and media guests at a dinner at Melbourne’s European restaurant on Friday evening that Australians had played a significant role in the growth of Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, AAT&r…

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30 March 2015

Africa Albida Tourism proud to host SA Legends in Victoria Falls

AFRICA Albida Tourism is thrilled to be hosting South African rugby greats as they take on their Zimbabwean counterparts in a clash in Victoria Falls on March 28. The South African Rugby Legends, made up of former Springboks and provincial rugby players, are favourites to win the match, but locals are hoping for a Zimbabwe Rugby Legends victory. Africa Albida Tourism chief executive Ross Kennedy said:  “Would it not be timely and suitable, for the Zim Legends to post a good vic…

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18 March 2015

Africa Albida Tourism appoints new group operations manager

Andy Conn has been appointed Africa Albida Tourism’s new group operations manager, and will oversee the running of the company’s portfolio of properties, which  includes its flagship Victoria Falls Safari Lodge.  With more than 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, much of it outside of Zimbabwe, Mr Conn, hopes to use his skills to further develop both service and delivery across Africa Albida Tourism’s (AAT) properties.  

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23 December 2014

Minister Backs Africa Albida Tourism Investments In Victoria Falls

TOURISM and Hospitality Industry Minister Honourable Walter Mzembi has endorsed Africa Albida Tourism’s investments in Victoria Falls as fitting his vision to boost infrastructure to vastly grow the tourist attraction’s economy to $30 billion a year. Mr Mzembi was speaking at the 20th anniversary celebrations of Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, which was  attended by more than 200 local and regional tourism operators, over the weekend. Caption details: L-R Africa Albida Tourism c…

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22 September 2014

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Celebrates 20 Years

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge will celebrate its milestone 20th anniversary in December 2014. Africa Albida Tourism chairman Dave Glynn described the hospitality group’s multi-award winning  flagship property, located just 4km from Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, as a “massive success”.  “Over the last 20 years, the last 15 or so have been tough in Zimbabwe, and what I’m most proud of is that we’ve endured through that,…

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18 March 2014

Upgrade of Victoria Falls Safari Lodge Rooms: 01 April - 15 July 2014

We wish to advise that the above dates have now been agreed with our contractors / designers to complete the upgrade of all 72 Victoria Falls Safari Lodge rooms. The work will be carried out on one block of rooms at a time (NB: We have six blocks), with strict controls on movement of work teams and noise disruptions. There will be some minimal disruptions to normal operations of course, but with a carefully planned programme and constant communications with guests – little, if any of the…

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10 February 2014

New management at Ngoma

Welcome John and Babs Lawrence to the Africa Albida Tourism family. Married for over thirty years, John Lawrence joins us as Ngoma Safari Lodge General Manager and Babs Lawrence as Ngoma Safari Lodge Manager.

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31 January 2014

News from Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge turns 20 at the end of 2014! Success does not only come in the form of awards and accolades of course. Our business is about people and relationships. It is significant that we have a number of staff who have already received 20 Year Service awards, as will a few more come our 20th Anniversary Birthday Celebrations in December of this year. In similar vein, Africa Albida Tourism could not have reached this point, without the robust and dependable relationships we en…

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06 January 2014

Return to Zimbabwe Awareness Campaign

What is the Return to Zimbabwe Awareness Campaign about? The Return to Zimbabwe Awareness Campaign was initiated by a group of like-minded tourism professionals and operators who utterly believe in the destination and Zimbabwe’s tourism products, and wish to see current and potential source markets genuinely understanding how much we have to offer as a world-class destination. The campaign was born during a conversation at World Travel Market, with colleagues from Zimbabwe. The key focus…

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11 November 2013

AAT up the ante with key investments

  The end of this year will see the opening of 6 deluxe Victoria Falls Safari  Suites(VFSS). In a spacious, lush, bush garden environment, the Safari Suites offer  3-bedroom and 2-bedroom suites, each with a spacious lounge and a splendid veranda area ideal for close knit-groups or families. Surrounded by 80,000 hectares of unspoiled wilderness, adjacent to Zambezi National Park, the suites will offer a private and stylish comfort with opportunities to view free-roaming wildlif…

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22 March 2013

Receive current and reliable comment on tourism in Zimbabwe

Ross Kennedy, Chief Executive of Africa Albida Tourism and Atta Board Member, is proud to announce their new 'Chief Executive Communicates' campaign consisting of a monthly e-bulletin distributed to trade, media and interested parties. The bulletin contains positive, up to date and reliable comment on frequently asked questions (FAQs) about tourism in Zimbabwe.  Comment and views on the development of the region and further useful destination information is also included in the ca…

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05 March 2013

Zimbabwean smiles are key to tourism revival

“That certain smile of Zimbabweans is key to our tourism revival” We have an acclaimed Wonder of the World destination, a plethora of captivating adventure activities, the legendary Zambezi River...but it’s the inherent warmth and friendliness of Zimbabweans that will be the key to transforming the country’s tourism industry. That’s the view of globally-experienced international tourism executive Brian Gardiner – who Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) has been deli…

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13 August 2012

Victoria Falls Safari Club construction complete 2 weeks ahead of schedule

The stylish Victoria Falls Safari Club, featuring four superior suites and 16 club rooms, is set to open its doors on 15 August 2012, setting a new benchmark in luxury accommodation in this top choice tourist destination. The lavish Club will blend the enchanting power of nature with modern comforts to create an exclusive atmosphere that is distinctly African. Construction of this superb new addition to the Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) portfolio started in November 2011 and was completed two we…

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16 July 2012

Victoria Safari Lodge Unveils its Much Anticipated New Look

The much anticipated revamp of one of Africa’s most picturesque destinations has been completed and within only ten days. Victoria Falls Safari Lodge was sent on a whirlwind of change with new furniture, decor and a dash of paint. Ross Kennedy, Chief Executive of Africa Albida Tourism, said “it was very satisfying to be involved and watch the enormous teamwork and spirit that made this achievable on such a tight schedule!” Guests were interested and fascinated by the scope of…

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