We will be there in September. Will we get wet then? Can you pay the entrance fee in US dollars?
Yes i think that you will get wet but treat it as fun. You can purchase plastic rain jackets but you will more than likely still get wet. Just enjoy the fun. They allow you to pay in US Dollars, it is expensive and don't change any money at the Exchange there, rather do that elsewhere. I am South African and I got caught as someone was chatting to me while doing this so I lost concentration and was given the incorrect amount of money.
You probably won't get wet, unless there is a lot of unseasonable rain. We were there a couple of weeks ago and there was a limited amount of water coming over the Falls.
I really can't answer that as I have never been there in September I only know that in June it was very wet but 8 weeks later it wasn't anywhere near the same. I believe you probably will be able to pay in American dollars because at The Royal Livingstone Hotel, which is very close accepts American currency. When flying into Lusaka we had to pay $50 American for our visa it wasn't acceptable any other way. It is well respected and used there.
The water flow over the Falls will be reduced but there will be some spray and depending on the wind direction it may carry to the viewing areas. See what its like when you get there and if the spray is heavy you can rent plastic raincoats from a stall along the viewing track for very reasonable prices. The entrance fee will be listed in Zambian Kwacha, but it is easy to exchange dollars any where in Livingstone.
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