We debated doing the full walk along the Zimbabwe side of the falls because it sounds a bit long, but we were glad that we did! It is not long at all. We stopped at all of the viewpoints. We went in late March when the water was high, and there was so much spray at some of the viewpoints that it was like a heavy rain. We rented double raincoats for each person. That was kind of hot but at least kept us dry (we didn't have a nearby hotel to go back to easily...we were staying in Livingstone Zambia). Next time, I'd walk through in my swimsuit. Brought a small waterproof camera which was great...you wouldn't want to pull your good camera out in drenching water like that. After the walk, which took over an hour due to lots of stopping and enjoying the falls, we had lunch at the restaurant at the entrance/exit to the falls, but wouldn't do that again. It was very slow (despite being not very crowded) and expensive. After returning our rainjackets we hired a nearby taxi to take us around to the old baobab tree, the craft market for some great handmade souvenirs, the post office to mail our postcards, the Victoria Falls Hotel to see the view of the falls (complete with beautiful rainbow!) from their terrace (that would have been a great spot for lunch or a beverage), and to the bridge (where we met our Livingstone-based taxi driver). We also did the full walk of the falls on the Zambia side and it was beautiful too, and worth the walk in the heavy spray. Enjoy!
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