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For us it was just a waste of time, the Zimbabwe park for the Victoria Falls is really good and the 15 minutes of walking to the bridge is a waste of time because the view is disappointing. The park itself os good enough!
We went on the Royal Livingstone express dinner ride and stopped at the bridge for 20 minutes at sunset.
This is the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.you can see some views of the falls from a distance.
We also looke dat the falls from near...More
We walked across but did not enter Zambia. No problems doing so, but you need to be able to say “No, thank you” to the locals trying to sell trinkets. It was fun to see the crazy bungee jumpers and the view was great. Also...More
We were traveling from Zambia to Zimbabwe , crossing the bridge . First crossing the Zambia border was a pleasant experience , friendly border officials and then crossing the bridge , which is no mans land . Once crossed , I walked back on the...More
Bring your passport with you as the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe is on the bridge. Grumpy border control officers will not let you through if you don’t have your passport with you. But the effort is worth all your trouble to have a look...More
One of the names given Victoria Falls by the native people (not "The Smoke That Thunders") is "The Place of the Rainbow." If you are a collector of double rainbow photographs, this is the place to take one. The bungee jumpers are a distraction, but...More
Response from Kittycat_supreme | Reviewed this property |
If you're intending to go into the Falls nature reserve on the Zimbabwe side, you will need a visa. As you're coming from Zambia, you can get a dual visa when you arrive at most airports in Zambia and costs US$50 for the... More
If you're intending to go into the Falls nature reserve on the Zimbabwe side, you will need a visa. As you're coming from Zambia, you can get a dual visa when you arrive at most airports in Zambia and costs US$50 for the dual. You have to fill in a form with your details on when leaving Zambia but straightforward. The walk across is interesting, seeing the apes on the Zambian side. and then warthogs on the Zimbabwe side. The Falls park on the Zimbabwe side is better made up in the pathways are concrete, whereas the Zambian side more stones and mud. Both you'll get wet, so you need to decide whether you'll take a raincoat or embrace the Falls!
Response from Pickiepockie | Reviewed this property |
It really depends on the amount of water going over the falls, from February to July is usually best depending on the rainfall they've had, and how much spray is drifting down through the gap to the Boiling Pot.