First of all this site shall include Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Zambia under its search engine. Victoria Falls are not in Zimbabwe alone. They are like Niagara Falls on USA and Canada border. Secondly, the view is much better from Zambian side, like Niagara Falls has better view and water on Canadian side. Thirdly, Zambian side of the falls are more rustic, natural. Fourthly, people on Zambian side are much more cooperative, courteous and friendly. Fifthly, subject to timing, one is certain to see a rainbow forming on the falls. One shall go well prepared with raincoats and ensure car keys (electronic ones) are kept away. I soaked my key even wearing raincoat and had to use the spare one and to replace keys when reaching Lusaka.
Sun set on boat, nice bar be que food, local mosi beer, elephants crossing the mighty Zambezi river, all are memories to carry and catch in cameras. Don't forget to carry cameras on the boat but keep at a distant from the falls water.
If you are staying at Zambezi Sun or Royal Livingstone you do not have to pay entrance fee, but I would recommend you to stay in a lodge on the Zambezi River (in game park or on the same road leading to Botswana border). The lodges are of excellent qualities and experience is much different than staying in a brick and mortar usual hotels. Quality of food, cutlery, linen, drinks, soaps etc. are much better in lodges. Some lodges have rooms on the river and one can see Hippos squirting water, birds chirping and sun rise/set in a magnificent way. During nights some times elephants stroll in the lodges (don't get scared, most of the lodges are built at higher levels on bridges and elephants cannot climb and reach the guests. Open view to river sides, living and bath in the open or covered with thick curtains, choice is yours.
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