The area in the National Parks is so well kept- it will cost you about $30.00 PP US Dollars for entry, but it is worth every cent.
If you are planning a trip to Victoria Falls, I recommend you stay on the Zimbabwe side for great views of the falls. We visited 6 years ago and their are now more offerings in terms of restaurants and hotels in the small city of Victoria falls, Zimbabwe. There is also a nice interpretive center on the Zimbabwe side. The... More
The park is well maintained and the walk along the Falls is well marked. A welcome cafe appears at the end. Staff was very nice and helpful, and a shop has good goods - crafts available. We were there in late August, so the water levels were only just beginning to drop. As nearly everywhere in Southern Africa, baboons, bush... More
Go early and not on the weekend to avoid crowds. Well marked level walking paths, but a map for $1 is useful
A hidden gem - riverside picnic sites - lots of elephants and very few people - very rough road - our ordinary car only got an hour in - but that was ok.
By far the most spectacular natural wonder that I've ever been priviledged to see. I was emotional when I first caught sight of the thundering water and I was emotional when I left. A must visit.
Long path with different views of several water falls. Need to be seen. Excellent experience considering we were in the dry season.Two hours in the park was enough for is , walking thru the path was no too hard. Make sure you take a helicopter and sees it from that perspective. It is awsome. Heli is a little bit expensive... More
I loved the falls. They were breath taking. We walked the whole length of them and took loads of pictures. They also have a nice restaurant on site if you hungry and you can also get a cold beer.
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