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We visited the falls from both Zimbabwe and Zambia in February. Our favourite was from Zambia because it has more walking options with fantastic views both with and without getting wet! You really feel like you're in the falls and get to see it from...More
The park was clean and beautifully maintained throughout. There are dustbins all long the paths.
Suggestion - build a bathroom and a small kiosk or cafe or snack bar at the end of the path, so people can buy refreshments along the way if they...More
This park is incredible! The views are absolutely breathtaking. The falls are definitely the prettiest when viewed from the Zimbabwe side. Lots of photo opportunities. If traveling with small children, please keep them close, as some parts of the park are not completely fenced off...More
Awesome experience at Victoria Falls, will require a little walking , about 1 to 2 hours for the 15 viewpoint locations but is definitely worth it. You can take your time and sit and rest if you get tired. Our pictures are amazing and you...More
I had seen this about 18 years ago and then again in November. This time, I went to the Zimbabwe side and am so glad that I did. Last time I went on the other side.
This national park is big and encompasses more than...More
Not to be missed and worth travelling a long way for they are best Best viewed from the Zimbabwe rather than Zambian side. Worth spending a few more dollars on a good tour organiser if for no other reason than ensuring access to the very...More
The Falls are amazing. Lets be honest and agree that this is the reason we all go there.
We flew in to VFA. The falls have to be seen from Zimbabwe. Other people said that they had flown into Livingstone and that this was cheaper...More
I mean, who are you trying to kid... it's one of the greatest natural wonders of the world. What's not to like? It's not too crowded, the viewing areas are fantastic, it just blows your mind. Well maybe the only thing not to like is...More
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We went with family and had no problems at all. You have to pay to get in anyway, so I would not pay even more for a guide. Opposite the entrance are some souvenir stalls - spend your money there instead!
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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!