This bridge is nice to look at in the setting of the falls, but also to stand on and look at the falls and river flowing below. You don't need a visa for Zambia until you fully cross the bridge.
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This is an old historic steel bridge that connects Zambia to Zimbabwe, so bring your passport for border control. There are gorgeous views of the Batonka Gorge and river on both sides of the bridge and vendors selling their curios. You can watch or take...More
The bridge gave us a nice view of two different sections of the falls. The bridge is also where you can do bungee jumping, bridge swing, and buy local goods. They local sellers will follow you around the entire time you are on the bridge.
To reach the bridge you have to cross the border of Simbabwe. Careful here: tell the officers that you just wanna go to the bridge and they will give you a signed piece of paper for that. If you don't have this paper you have...More
The sight of the gorge into with the mighty Mosi-oa-tunya Falls pour their waters into, is a sight not easily forgotten. A number of adrenaline pumping activities are lined up here near the Vic Falls bridge. We chose one of the "more tamed" ones called...More
Easy to reach, just across the boarder. We negotiated a few taxis as I could not walk the distance between the boarder post. Taxi took us across and we walked back. Do buy some copper bracelets from the vendors trying to support their families. I...More
We walked across the bridge from Zam to Zim. I was cornered/escorted by a young hustler. He was impressed by my story of my bungy jump off the Kawarau Bridge in New Zealand. He told me he too was one of the "crazies" (bungy jumpers)....More
You can walk across the bridge from Zimbabwe to Zambia or vice versa. Stop at Passport Control and get a pass to cross and come back. You can't cross over into the opposite country but must turn around before you get to the border. As...More