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We went early in the morning, and so glad we did as missed the crowd. so could take in the beauty and the roar on our own. saw some lovely rainbows and loved getting soaked, why cover up, just protect your camera. We went twice...More
I have read a lot of reviews about which side to see the falls. It is October so the water flow is not massive but still good. At this time of the year, you must see the falls from both sides to get full appreciation....More
The Falls are wonder of the natural world. However, the flow varies around the calendar - at its peak, you can only really see mist from the thundering curtain of water, and in the height of the dry season, the Zambian side is little more...More
We obtained the Kasa Visa on arrival at Livingstone airport. No issues there. Once we had done our tour of the Zambian side, we were dropped at the boarder. We went through customs and then walked to the Zimbabwe boarder, and to the Falls entrance....More
One of the great wonders of the world worth every bit of time spent here. The guide was informative and the experience took about two hours at an easy pace.
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Response from BanjobobHouston | Reviewed this property |
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.