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When planning a visit, pay attention to the time of year and the starting point. The end of the rainy season gives you the most spectacular impression. So plan a visit from March and book a helicopter flight. Take a rain cover with you. But...More
Victoria Falls was my first ever amazing tourist tour. We started off with my friend from central part of Malawi to Livingstone with the aim of visiting and seeing this amazing mighty Victoria falls and thank God we made it. It was a very wonderful...More
We visited the falls with a guide from the Zambia & Zimbabwe sides. We saw many birds species and velvet monkeys. One of my friends bungee jumped from the bridge and 2 of us zip-lined to the bridge. It was exhilarating!.
Vic Falls from Zambia can be dry in the summer but you need to come from there to take a swim in devil's pool.
We came in from the Zimbabwe side and took a nice stroll to the 16 viewpoints and tooks some nice pics....More
We visited the falls by air foot and by rail all in one day and paid a total of us$55 each at every venue.Just hope the funds are well spent. One would expect some discounted amount for multiple visits.
Paid again the next day for...More
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Although I don’t know the “official” policy, we visited Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Kenya. We took hepatitis A and B (a series of 3 shots) and Tetanus. You don’t need a Yellow Fever shot for Zambia. We also took malaria pills.
The Royal Livingstone hotel will be able to advise you on all activities and should also be able to book this for you. My advice is to book a helicopter flight over the Falls. The helicopter will turn in a way that all... More
The Royal Livingstone hotel will be able to advise you on all activities and should also be able to book this for you. My advice is to book a helicopter flight over the Falls. The helicopter will turn in a way that all passengers get a good view for photos. It is well worth it even if the helicopter noise over the hotel from dawn till dusk is unpleasant, but that's par for the course being so close to the Falls. Another advantage of staying at this hotel is that you can walk (or use their golf-cart option) to get to the Falls at any time of day. Each time is different with lighting. Enjoy!
If you are going to stay in Vic Falls, walk across the bridge to Livingstone in Zambia and see the Falls from there as well. Just remember you will need your passport and a re-entry visa if you require a visa.