Compares favourably with other great waterfalls. Great lookouts and a good souvenir shop plus a restaurant.
About Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls National Park
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It is dry season so the amount of water falling is much less than in the rainy season and the width of the water curtain is less also. Despite this, it was still lovely walking along the clifftop viewing the falls from the Zim side....More
It was interesting to see how different this waterfall is but the entrance price of 30 per person seems a little high. The park is unexpectedly small. Although Victoria fall is bigger comparing with niagara's fall, there seems to be less activity although Victoria fall...More
Yeah, yeah. The falls are beautiful. One of the 'seven wonders' of the world. The problem is they're in Zimbabwe (well, Zambia too but I wasn't there). From the moment you arrive this place is dreadful. Beyond dreadful. Disrespectful, corrupt, just plain horrible. You get...More
Water levels were low during September, so there are fewer channels flowing over the edge. $30 entry (it was covered in our tour price), easy walking over paved paths, no specialized shoes required, but there is a section that is wet due to the mists,...More
While September brings the lowest water level at the Falls, it is still awe inspiring. One can only imagine it at full force. A must do and see for great views and photos!
An unforgettable experience to one of the top world's natural wonders - a must see waterfall with its fascinating rainbows. Do visited the park on the Zimbabwe side which had more water flow. There were wildlife to be seen if you were lucky enough. It...More