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Victoria WaterFalls

Zambezi River | Box 61041, Livingstone 10101, Zambia
+260 95 5125933
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A must as its one of the seven wonders. The best time to go, if you really want to see lots of... read more

Reviewed today
Peter C
Blantyre, Malawi
Never dissapointed

Another great and memorable trip to the Falls. Water was at medium level, so we got spray and... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Chris P
Shanghai, China
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Zambezi River | Box 61041, Livingstone 10101, Zambia
+260 95 5125933
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Reviewed today

A must as its one of the seven wonders. The best time to go, if you really want to see lots of water is June. We visited in August, but it's still spectacular

Thank Peter C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Another great and memorable trip to the Falls. Water was at medium level, so we got spray and views. So worth it, although the ticket queue was a bit slow - holiday season for tourists

Thank Chris P
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One for the bucket list. Try and see them from both the Zambian and Zimbabwean sides. The hotels are closer on the Zambian side and include free access to the falls from the Avani and Royal Livingston. It is worth coming at different times of...More

Thank Peter C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

A must see. The right time to visit is betweeen April and May as the water levels are highest. We did the helicopter ride, the walking tour of the falls and the river safari on the Zambezi where we Saw some of the biggest crocs...More

Thank Maleeha Athar Z
Reviewed 4 days ago

Zambia side. Lovely experience and well organised without being too touristy. We took a taxi from livingstone which was good to do as the driver was able to take us right to the entrance and explain the 3D map there to show us different walks...More

Thank Katie B
Reviewed 5 days ago

You get a chance to watch the thunderous falls, Stand on the mighty Zambezi bridge, do bungee jumping and zip lining

Thank Kenyanbackpacker
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

I had been looking forward to seeing these Falls forever. We stayed at The Royal Livingstone so the Falls were in walking distance. Also our entrance fees were covered so we could come and go, which we did. When I actually saw them I thought...More

Thank Lisa S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful, impressive, accesible and with Baboons. You can walk, stop, contemplate, from different outlooks. August was not crowded, and we went back on several days it does not get old if you are willing to be swept away by its magnificence.

Thank Sandra Z
Reviewed 1 week ago

This being one of the seven natural wonders in the world, a tour of Africa excluding this visit in absolutely incomplete. Here you see the artistry and Mighty hand of God at work as millions and millions liter of water cascades in the unknown depth...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

I've seen many of the worlds grand vistas and seen Niagra Falls. Except for the Brazil waterfalls, I can't believe there is another waterfall in the world to rival Vic Falls in scope or granderur.

Thank rakayaker
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Philip C
16 July 2017|
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Response from rgarg_23 | Reviewed this property |
We were already on the zambian side and didn't cross over to the zimbabwe side :( So can't answer that question. Also, there is a lot to do on the zambia side if you want to bungee jump/zip line/raft. Both the sides have a... More
13 July 2017|
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Response from BantuRes | Reviewed this property |
December is just about the time when we come out of our dry season, so the falls does not have that much water especially on the Zambian side. However, depending on the volumes of the rains, this is time when the volumes... More