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Victoria Falls Bridge

Livingstone Way, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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US$275,00*
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Small-Group Royal Livingstone Express Steam Train with Dinner
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US$45,00*
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Bungee Jump, Bridge Swing or Zipline from the Victoria Falls Bridge
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US$53,00*
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Victoria Falls Canopy Tour
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“bungee jumping” (117 reviews)
“no man's land” (14 reviews)
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Livingstone Way, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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"zimbabwe border"
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"great walk"
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"both sides"
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"spectacular views"
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"zambezi river"
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"different perspective"
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"zip line"
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"national park"
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Reviewed yesterday

This tour is amazing, it really is. you begin with a presentation from George Imbault (Simba) and then he takes you on a tour of the bridge explaining various historical facts. I cannot recommend it enough. Simba is knowledgeable and entertaining. 5 stars for him

Thank Mofieleli S
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Built in 1902 it is quite a feat of great engineering. Difficult to realise that the technology was available so long ago.

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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

192 metres long linking Zambia with Zimbabwe, crosses the Zambezi river a good 100 metres below. Has buggy jumping for the brave.

Thank John S
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Keep walking to the end of the falls and take the extra little hike to this bridge. Watch them bungee jumping or take a stroll to Zambia but remember to bring your passport and have a multiple entry visa to get back to Zimbabwe. You’ve...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Of course this place is a must see around the area. It offers a nice and different view of the Victoria Falls especially in the morning. There is also the bingeejump which you can do locatrd on the bridge

Thank ThomasCos
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Superb views of the falls with dinner steam trains stopping and allowing you to take in the view, magnificent

Thank Bob889
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Victoria falls once in seven wonders of world is located at the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia on Zambezi river. Most part of the falls is in Zimbabwean side but one can cross the border by bridge into Livingstone, Zambia to see the other part...More

Thank Singh P
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Walking along and then the view of the bridge, and then you spot the bungee jumpers. Wow that was interesting! I love animals and that's where I loved spending time with the monkeys there. I felt as if I was their personal photographer as the...More

Thank sandra n
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you fancy a walk on the Bridge to say that you were in Zambia for a few minutes, then this is the best thing to do . You may be approached by sellers but don't be deterred, the hassle is worth it just to...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

walked across this bridge so we could say we'd crossed over into Zambia. we loved the monkeys climbing under and along the bridge who accompanied us. such an iconic bridge . not to be missed.

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Sharon C
25 April 2017|
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Response from Kudzai M | Reviewed this property |
Its costs between $20 - $25. You will vave to pass through Vic falls town. Thats the easiest.
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Tim M
21 October 2016|
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Response from Donna C | Reviewed this property |
The falls isn't 100% full, there are dry spots, but there are spots that are full & flowing, & yes, you get rainbows in your pictures, & yes it is well worth the visit. So, yes, i would say its worth it going in September... More
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Amanda V
12 August 2016|
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Response from Marlie d | Reviewed this property |
You can google it as well because they change rules. As SA citizen i did not need a visa - also not yellow fever.
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