The Victoria Falls Traveller is your guide for travelling to Victoria Falls. Get all the information that you need to plan and book your holiday.
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So … let’s get on to what you can see and do at this exceptional destination!
There is a wide variety of accommodation available catering for all budgets. You can choose to stay conveniently in the town or in the surrounding national parks.
Choose from high class eateries in the town and 5-star hotels or visit local take-aways in the town. Sample some traditional meals with local delicacies.
The attractions in this adventure capital of Southern Africa rival any adrenaline activities you will find anywhere in the world.
On your African travels you will be hard-pushed to find any other destination that has so much to offer all in one place.
Visiting this heart-stopping sight of natural beauty is a trip of a lifetime. Experiencing this amazing force of nature is an experience you will never forget.
Hopefully, throughout our pages, you will find all the information about travelling to Victoria Falls that you were looking for – and more!
We wish you happy reading – and would love to see you here in the near future!
Visas are required by both the United States and United Kingdom citizens. These visas can be paid for on arrival to Zimbabwe. It is advisable to check with the Zimbabwe Immigration to find out if you need a visa to enter the country and how to pay for it.
There are no vaccinations that are a compulsory requirement for entry to Zimbabwe. Any vaccinations would be a personal choice and these may include rabies, cholera, typhoid or hepatitis.
The Victoria Falls entrance fee for all foreign tourists is US$30 on both Zambia and Zimbabwean side. SADC passport holders pay a fee of US$20.
Victoria Falls is in the malaria zone - it is advisable to take anti-malarial precautions when visiting the waterfall and the surrounding national parks.
There are 2 options - Victoria Falls International Airport in Zimbabwe or Livingstone Airport in Zambia.