PCR Test No Longer Required for Vaccinated Travellers to Zimbabwe
Fully vaccinated travellers to Zimbabwe no longer require a PCR test to enter the country. However, non-vaccinated travellers still need to present a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of their departure for Zimbabwe.
Our Covid-19 Protocols
Africa Albida Tourism hospitality group welcomes you, our valuable guests to our properties – Victoria Falls Safari Lodge; Victoria Falls Safari Club; Victoria Falls Safari Suites; Lokuthula Lodges and The Boma Dinner & Drum Show!
We have protocols in place for the health and safety of our guests and staff as guided by the World Health Organization (WHO) and government of Zimbabwe.
Regular temperature checks at all lobby entrance points are conducted in a non-intrusive manner.
Disinfection and Sanitisation of Facilities
All our facilities are regularly disinfected using WHO-approved eco-friendly cleaning agents. Alcohol-based sanitisers are readily available throughout the estate.
Controlled Guest and Staff Interaction
Our staff have been trained on the importance of observing social distancing while still providing our usual excellent service and making our guests feel welcome.
Measures have been put in pace in our restaurants such as assisted service at the buffets and spacing.
Housekeeping and Guest Rooms
Strict daily cleaning and sanitising measures are in place to safeguard the health of guests and staff.
Staff Vaccination and Training
A total of 99% of Africa Albida Tourism staff are fully vaccinated.
Our staff have undergone training to identify risks and mitigate against the spread of viruses. This training is ongoing.
Activities within Victoria Falls
Africa Albida Tourism has ensured that all outsourced activity operators have suitable health and safety procedures in place, which will not detract from the guest experience. Outsourced activities are only organised with operators whose protocols are approved by the relevant authorities.