Amazing views from the Zimbabwean side. Stunning nature! But park fees very expensive. And activities way over priced. Poor craftsmanship.
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Visitors may be surprised to see how close they can get to the edge! And you will get soaked when you do. But, what a view!!
Lots of fun. Bring a poncho, or if you don't want to get your pants wet, wear the black rain coats the give you A nice two mile ealk. Very wet from the must at times. Don't miss the 1400 year old Balboa tree at...More
The rushing waters during high season are a powerful reminder of the force of nature and are a sight to behold. In high season, expect visibility in portions to be poor due to the amount of water and expect to get drenched. But there's no...More
Visitors Vic falls from the Zimbabwe side. Water levels peak during the months of April, May. However the views are spectacular. It is always advisable to hire rain coats($1-3 for rental outside of the falls entrance) if you plan to visit all view points.
I visited the Victoria Falls with my teenage daughter for the 1st time. We walked for about 2 hours enjoying the great 7th wonder of the world in the early morning. The Mighty Zambezi river water level is high in 2017 due to the recent...More
It's hard to describe the intensity and volume of the Falls in April. It's something you just have to see for yourself. There are many lookouts and you will definitely get soaked at some but the thunder of the Falls and beauty of the park...More