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Well what can I say, the magnificent smoke that thunders!! No matter how many times you go to Victoria falls you never get tired of seeing this major attraction. My children were in awe, always a lovely experience. Went on New Year’s Eve, lots of...More
What an amazing place! We walked across the bridge from Livingstone Zambia to see the falls from the Zim side, and it was definitely worth it. The park is well laid out, and although the health and safety regs may not be the same as...More
Entrance fee $30USD ea., and worth every penny in IMHO. This is the only way to really see the Falls and I can't fathom being in the area and not seeing the Falls.
My best advice :
- Arrive early, right when the park opens,...More
Awesome when in full flow and impressive anytime. About a 2 hour walk to 16 marked viewpoints along a paved pathway...all very accessible. Cost USD $30 pp. Plan to get a little wet, even on a day with clear skies as the mist can be...More
The park was pretty standard as far as national parks go around the world. What you pay for here is access to the view of the falls which is protected like a national treasure almost everywhere else. The trails are pleasant to walk, posted information...More
Why would anyone go to the town of Victoria Falls without plans to see the falls!!! We went in the afternoon one day which was a mistake. The mist is the worst in the afternoon, because of the sunlight. If you want a memorable experience,...More
I can't imagine why anyone would rate Vic Falls National Park less than five stars. What exactly are you looking for in a national park? The falls are stunning, and easily seen from numerous vantage points; the park is well laid out and easy to...More
Victoria galls is a hot place. Going to see Mosi oa Tunya was great because you get to have some showers coming from the falls and these can cool you down . If you don’t want to be wet carry a raincoat. If you don’t...More
Response from CantWaitToLeave033 | Reviewed this property |
I was injured while on our trip (this past March) and had to see Victoria Falls in a wheel chair. It was NOT easy. The paved path (flagstones, mostly) is rough, narrow, and very steep in places. There are frequent steps... More
I was injured while on our trip (this past March) and had to see Victoria Falls in a wheel chair. It was NOT easy. The paved path (flagstones, mostly) is rough, narrow, and very steep in places. There are frequent steps, too, although they are not high steps and there are usually no more than 3 or 4 steps at a time. What we did, at the advice of our hotel, was to hire a burly young man to push my wheel chair. He was great! He and my husband were able to get me everywhere I needed to go. And it was SO worth the money. The falls were spectacular!
Response from LikiTourSafaris | Reviewed this property |
Yes many game drives around Livingstone. Never the less you can try coming to Zimbabwe side where you can try one of our leading private game reserve in Victoria Falls town. The chances of you seeing the big 5... More
Yes many game drives around Livingstone. Never the less you can try coming to Zimbabwe side where you can try one of our leading private game reserve in Victoria Falls town. The chances of you seeing the big 5 here are at list available.
Zim side also provides with the largest National Park in Zimbabwe on a 2 hrs drive from Victoria Falls town with varieties of game parks suitable for game drives and or camping. Good campsites available for you.
Not forgeting about the Zambezi National Park along the magestic Zambezi river where a game drive conducted in the park is a true enthusiatic game of challenge to see more game. Plenty of game but with thick vegitaion making more a sport to locate some game.
Chobe National Park in Botswana becomes another alternative though depending with your vissa applications. Recommendations on Chobe trips are always good and pleasing.
Looking down to see you in March for activities to add up to this.