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I have seen Victoria Falls in every season but this time was the most spectacular. The amount of water flowing caused a storm of spray to cover the whole area. It was very exciting. Make sure you hire a rain poncho.
This is my 5th time visiting Vic Falls. I've only ever seen it at its peak with full water, but this time i visited during dry/hot season. Watching the water pour over the falls and to be able to see the back of the falls...More
We loved Victoria Falls. It was super fun and a beautiful part of Zambia. The weather was perfect and the mist from the falls makes it feel like it's raining up!! We got soaked but dried off fast, too.
Been able to experience the fall both from the Zimbabwe and Zambia side is a must. If your from South Africa or another African country. Make sure you tell them because you possibly get a discount.
The pictures, the people are amazing and views you...More
We visited Victoria Falls in September when the water is low, but it still absolutely amazing experience! I highly recommend to visit this place. We walked around Vic Falls without guide, I don’t think you need one, but we’ve seen many people with guides. We...More
Victoria Falls is spectacular. Pictures do not do justice to this natural wonder! If you are planning a trip to South Africa, you have to stop in Zambia and see the Falls.
Suggestions: bring a poncho and a plastic cover for you camera.
You can see its spray of water as you fly in and drive over to it. Wonderful experience to walk the trail and make sure you rent or have a mack as you're gonna get drenched from the water. Make sure you go all the...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.