Victoria Falls

About Victoria falls

Victoria Falls, majestically positioned on the Zambezi River, is not only one of Africa's premier attractions but also ranks among the world's most extraordinary waterfalls. Serving as a natural demarcation between Zambia and Zimbabwe, it also highlights the Zambezi as the continent's fourth-largest river. Victoria Falls Tours offers a splendid showcase of wildlife, hosting a rich diversity of animals, birds, and flora.

Remarkably, Victoria Falls Zimbabwe extends over a kilometre in width and plunges over a hundred meters, creating an awe-inspiring spectacle visible from up to 50 kilometres away due to its towering mist, known locally as Mosi-o-Tunya, or "The Smoke That Thunders."

Victoria Falls features five distinct cascades, with four on the Zimbabwe side—Devil's Pool, Main Falls, Rainbow Falls, and Horseshoe Falls—and the Eastern Cataract in Zambia, inviting visitors into a realm of unparalleled natural beauty and thrilling Victoria Falls Activities.

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Best Time
Best Time Visit Victoria Falls - February to May
Victoria Falls Facts - One Of The World's Seven Natural Wonders
Victoria Falls Airport - Victoria Falls International Airport (VFIA)
Victoria Falls Activities - Rafting, Bungee Jumping, Devils Swim
Victoria Falls Map - Satellite View & The Map Show Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls Accommodations - Gorges Lodge, Ilala Lodge, Little Gorges
Devil's Pool - Africa's Most Exhilarating Infinity Pool
Helicopter Tour
Victoria Falls Helicopter Tour - Experience a bird’s eye view of Victoria Falls
Getting To & Around
Getting To & Around Victoria Falls - fly into Victoria Falls airport or Livingstone airport

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Travel Guide For Victoria Falls

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Why Visit Victoria Falls?

Victoria Falls has been developing at a fast pace to accommodate the many tourists who travel to the area. Beyond the falls, there are many activities, including sightseeing and exploring the wilderness in the nearby national parks called as Victoria Falls Safari.

The Victoria Falls

The falls are more than 300 feet high and almost 150,000 gallons of water go over the cliffs each minute. You can see the falls from the nearby bridge, take a Victoria Falls Helicopter Tour, or get closer to them in a ferry.

Learn about the History of the Area

You can visit Livingstone Island and see the falls from where David Livingstone first laid eyes on them. If you are interested in history, take a tour of the Victoria Falls Bridge to learn more about its construction and ride in an old tram carriage.

The Activity and Adventure Packages

There are several companies that offer activity and adventure Victoria Falls Packages. You can see the falls from a helicopter, go rafting or canoeing on the Zambezi River, or bungee jump from the Victoria Falls Bridge if you are an adventurer at heart.

The Wildlife

The nearby Victoria Falls National Park and Zambezi National Park are ideal destinations if you want to see African wildlife up close. There are several safari experiences available in the area, including an original safari on horseback.

Shopping and Dining

There are many luxury restaurants and African buffets where you can try traditional dishes. You can also shop for art and crafts or spend an evening at the casino that can be found inside of the Kingdom Hotel.

Best Time To Visit Victoria Falls

The Best Time Visit Victoria Falls is during the high water season from January to early May, when the Zambezi River is at full flow. For the average holiday traveller, Victoria Falls provides an absolutely awesome experience, whilst for the adventure-seeker, this is the best time for White Water Rafting Vicotria Falls on the Zambezi.

That being said, Victoria Falls makes a fantastic year-round destination thanks to its mild winters, hot summers, and enviable location straddling Zambia and Zimbabwe. It will come as no surprise that a journey to Victoria Falls is a prominent feature on many of our favourite Tours.

Summer runs from October to April, during which time it gets quite hot - up to around 30°C. Evening and night temperatures drop to approximately 14°C. Dramatic thunderstorms may light up your afternoons, while the summer rains wash through the area between November and March.

Winter is from May to September/October. The days are mild and largely dry and sunny - around 20°C, with the temperature at night drops and can sometimes get as cold as 5ºC.

Take a look at our calendar for When To Visit Victoria Falls and find out more about what impact Zambezi water levels have on your visit to Vic Falls.

Victoria Falls Flights & Airport

The towns of Victoria Falls and Livingstone are both a two-hour flight from Johannesburg. The flights only depart in the morning, so if you arrive in Johannesburg during the afternoon from another destination (like the Kruger Park), you will need to spend one night in Johannesburg before flying to Vic Falls. Let’s find out the Victoria Falls Airport to get in to THE SMOKE THAT THUNDERS.

Livingstone Airport (Zambia): The easiest way to fly into Livingstone is from Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport but there is a regular flight from Lusaka as well. You'll be transferred to your lodge by minibus or 4X4.

Victoria Falls Airport (Zimbabwe): Served by regular flights from Johannesburg, this airport is also on the route of a handy Windhoek/Maun flight. Moreover, as Victoria Falls is only 70km from the Botswana border, travellers can fly to Kasane Airport from the Okavango Delta or Maun Airport and then transfer to the falls by road.

Victoria Falls Activities

Experience the thrill and excitement of seeing the Victoria Falls up close and in person. See the hammering force of one of the world's most unique waterfalls, which drops into the Zambezi River Gorge through its series of gorges. It is a sight you'll never forget.

Based on the concept devised by locals, we have divided the Victoria Falls Activities zones as

  • At the Falls - Rain forest walk, Bungee jumping
  • Over the Falls - Aerial experiences and micro lighting over Victoria Falls
  • Above the Falls - Zambezi River cruises and Canoeing upstream from Victoria Falls
  • Below the Falls - Adrenaline and high wire activities in the gorges
  • Around the Falls - A guide to other activities and attractions divided into a Zambian section and a Zimbabwean section

Victoria Falls Accommodations

A large choice of accommodation options is available in both Livingstone and in Victoria Falls, to suit a wide range of budgets. Most Victoria Falls Accommodations are booked on a bed-and-breakfast basis. Falcon Safaris would recommend a minimum stay of two nights and an ideal stay of three nights. If you want to experience everything this location has to offer and take part in various Victoria Falls Activities, you may even want to stay four nights or longer.

Our selection of top Accommodation In Victoria Falls is comprehensive and diverse but if you can't find what you're looking for, let our experienced Safari Experts suggest the perfect hotel, lodge or private villa to suit your Victoria Falls Tour needs.

Victoria Falls Map

Victoria Falls - Zimbabwe is not a very big town and most things are within walking distance of each other. The town centre is only one kilometre from the Mighty Falls... We have shared Victoria Falls Map especially designed for you. We're sure they will help you to get your bearings and make decisions on where to stay and what to do.

The satellite view and the map show Victoria Falls, a spectacular waterfall 108 m (355 ft) high and about 1.7 km (1 mile) wide. The fall of the Zambesi River is situated in southern Africa between Zambia to the north and Zimbabwe to the south.

Victoria Falls Facts

Victoria Falls Tours have a multitude of activities to explore which make Victoria Falls a great place to visit. Besides the roaring falls that stand before the raging Zambezi River which in themselves are the true reason for the visit, there are a number of other exhilarating Victoria Falls Tours & Activities that one can partake in. Bungee Jumping Victoria Falls, white water rafting, abseiling and of course the luxurious river boat cruises are all available in one place. Let’s dive in to the some of the Victoria Falls Facts…..

Location: Victoria Falls is located in the middle of Zambezi River at the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Name: The waterfalls were named after Queen Victoria of Great Britain by a Scottish missionary.

The People Around: The locals called it Mosi-o-Tunya “The smoke that thunders” because of its noise and water splashes.

Size: The Mosi-oa-Tunya/Victoria Falls is the largest curtain of falling water in the world; it is 1708 m wide and with up to 500 million liters per minute descending at 61 m (Devil’s Cataract), 83 m (Main Falls), 99 m (Rainbow Falls), and 98 m (Eastern Cataract).

Ecosystem: Opposite the waterfall there is a basalt rock, entirely covered with tropical forest. The forest’s ecosystem depends on the waterfall.

Getting To & Around Victoria Falls

Getting To & Around Victoria Falls is actually quite easy. The town of Victoria Falls and the Falls themselves are within walking distance of each other – as you arrive the ever present “smoke” from the Falls very quickly orientates you as to the lay out of the town. The Falls are literally situated at the end of the main road into town.

Plane: The Victoria Falls International Airport (VFA) is 11 miles south of the city and the Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport (LVI) is located three miles north of the city across the border with Zambia. If you land at the Victoria Falls Airport, you can get to town by taking a private transportation provided by your tour operator. If you land at the Livingstone Airport in Zambia, you will have to take a private transportation provided by your tour operator from the Livingstone Airport.

Car: Victoria Falls is 68 miles away from Hwange and 270 miles away from Bulawayo, and the roads are not well maintained. If you decide to rent a car at Livingstone Airport to drive to Victoria Falls, keep in mind that you will have to pay taxes and insurance at the border as well as obtain a temporary import permit for the car.

Entrance Fee To Victoria Falls

The park entry fees vary depending on your nationality. The park fees can be paid both by cash or by Card.

Victoria Falls National Park Entry Fees (Zimbabwe)

International visitors: US $ 30
Southern African Development Community (SADC) visitors: US $20
Zimbabwean citizens: RTGS$ 60
Lunar tour visitors: US $40
Children between 6 and 12: 50% of the adult fee
Children under 6 years: Free

Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park Entry Fees (Zambia)

International visitors: US $20
Southern African Development Community (SADC) visitors: US $20
Zambian citizens: US $2 or K20
Lunar tour visitors: US $30
Children between 6 and 12: 50% of the adult fee
Children under 6 years: Free

Victoria Falls Airport Transfer

At Falcon Safaris, we believe that our travellers deserve the best services when they arrive at the airport. Therefore, we have well-organized transfer services in place for our guests to ensure hassle-free transport from the airport to your accommodation.

Our Victoria Falls Airport Transfers are here to seamlessly connect you to your favourite travel destination. From the moment you land, we ensure a smooth transition into your Victoria Falls Tours, letting you focus on the excitement ahead.

  • Car Rental: Pick up a car directly from the airport for the freedom to explore at your own pace. Ideal for those seeking flexibility.
  • Airport Transfers: Enjoy stress-free travel to your lodging with shared shuttles, private transfers, or group options, providing a smooth start to your Victoria Falls Tours.
  • Private Airport Transfer: Choose personalized service for direct, comfortable travel to your destination, courtesy of professional drivers.
  • Taxi: Grab a taxi for quick, convenient transport. Agree on the fare upfront for a hassle-free experience.
  • Shuttles: Budget-friendly shuttle services are reliable and efficient, perfect for cost-conscious travellers.
  • Combis/Minibuses: For an authentic local experience, combis offers an affordable way to travel, sharing the ride with other passengers.

All the above transfer options aim to simplify your journey from the airport to Victoria Falls. They are curated to suit every traveller’s needs and focus on your comfort, safety, and satisfaction from the moment you land.

The View Points On The Tour Of Victoria Falls

On your Victoria Falls Tour, you'll get to see the falls from many amazing spots.

  • Devil's Cataract & Livingstone's Statue is where it all starts. Imagine standing where Dr. David Livingstone did back in 1855.
  • Take the "Chain Walk" for a close-up look at Devil's Cataract and Cataract Island right from the gorge.
  • Wander through the lush rainforest from Devil's Cataract to Main Falls. This area is full of birds and greenery, stretching to viewpoint eleven.
  • Early birds will love Viewpoint 6 for its sunrise views of Devil's Cataract, with a bonus view of Livingstone's statue.
  • Viewpoint 7 lets you see the Main Falls in all their glory, showing off the river below.
  • Rainbow Falls is the tallest part of the falls where you can see rainbows dancing in the spray.
  • Danger Point offers thrilling views from the cliff, looking out over Zambia's Eastern Cataract.
  • The Boiling Pot offers a peek into the swirling, frothy waters below.
  • Lastly, the Bridge Viewpoint gives you a perfect view of the Victoria Falls Bridge that connects Zimbabwe and Zambia.

Each spot brings its magic to your Victoria Falls Tour, making every look and every step an adventure. Falcon Safaris makes sure you don’t miss a thing, turning your visit into a series of exciting memories.

Arrangements, Requirements, and Notes for Victoria Falls Tours

Here’s everything you need to know to prepare for your Victoria Falls Tours:


  • Duration: 2 hours
  • When: All year round
  • Where: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
  • Weather: Weather permitting
  • What to Wear: Clients are advised to wear the following: Comfortable attire that provides sun protection, Hiking/running shoes, Warm clothing in winter (April to August)
  • Things to Bring: Clients are advised to bring the following: · Comfortable attire that provides sun protection, Sunscreen, Mosquito repellent


  • Minimum Age: 2 years
  • Minimum Height: 0.0 m
  • Maximum Height: 0.0 m
  • Fitness Level: No Fitness Requirement
  • Qualifications: Not Applicable
  • Maximum Weight: 0 kg
  • Certification: None Required
  • Experience Level: No Experience Requirement


  • Departures: Daily
  • Minimum / Maximum participants
  • Minimum: NA
  • Maximum: Unlimited
  • Departure Times:
    AM between 08h00 and 08h30 from hotels and B&Bs in Victoria Falls Town
    PM between 13h20 and 13h45 from hotels and B&Bs in Victoria Falls Town
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Age Restrictions:
  • Minimum age: * Child Policies are available upon request
  • Maximum age: NA

Best Month to Visit Victoria Falls

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Victoria Falls Safari in January


January is mid-summer in Victoria Falls: it’s hot – the maximum average temperature is 31C – and rainy with afternoon thundershowers most afternoons. It’s the wettest month of the year.

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is starting to rise from the summer rains, which means there’s a lot of mist and spray at Victoria Falls.

While wildlife viewing is not ideal in January (and the Zambezi National Park may close after heavy rains), this is the best season for bird watching, as migratory species are present.

You can still go White Water Rafting Vicotria Falls in January, although it’s not the best time of year due to the higher water level. The Devil’s Pool usually closes for swimming early on this month.

January is low season for Victoria Falls Travel, which means you can pick up some great discounts on lodging and all-inclusive Victoria Falls Packages.

Victoria Falls Safari in February


February is another rainy and hot month in Victoria Falls. Though it will rain most days, usually the thundershowers clear up fairly quickly, leaving blue skies and sunshine.

Highlights of the Month

February is the Best Month To See Victoria Falls if you want to experience the full dramatic power of the Zambezi River gushing down the gorge, although all of the mist and spray can make getting panoramic views difficult.

February is an excellent month for birdwatching, though it’s not ideal for wildlife viewing, and there’s a chance that the Zambezi National Park on the Zimbabwean side may close if it’s been raining heavily.

February is still the low season – known as the “green season” – in Victoria Falls, so hotels are offering lower rates.

Victoria Falls Safari in March


March is another warm, humid, rainy month in Victoria Falls with frequent afternoon thundershowers and average daytime highs of 31C.

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is full of water from the summer rains, which means that Victoria Falls is pumping at full volume: expect to see a dramatic spectacle with a soundtrack of roaring thunder, and lots of mist and spray (which can obscure the view).

March is another month for birders: the migratory species are still in the national parks and in the trees around the falls. Wildlife viewing is difficult at this time of the year because of the lush vegetation.

White Water Rafting In Victoria Falls usually ends in March or April because of the high water level in the Zambezi River.

March is nearing the end of the “green season”, or low season, when hotels offer their lowest rates on rooms.

Victoria Falls Safari in April


The rainy season ends in April, which is a much drier month than March. The temperature drops a bit but it’s still warm with daytime temperatures in the high 20s.

Highlights of the Month

In April, the Zambezi River is extremely full, so Victoria Falls is in full flow. It’s a good time of year to travel to the falls if you want to see the natural spectacle at its most dramatic, however the spray sent up by the waterfalls can make it difficult to see the falls at foot level, so at this time of year a Victoria Falls Helicopter Ride will give you the best view. The views from Zambian side are also better during this full flow period.

April is the last month to spot migratory bird species before they move in in the dry winter.

Victoria Falls Safari in May


May marks the beginning of the dry winter season with almost no rainfall and a drop in temperatures (night time lows go down to 11C). Pack warm clothes to wear at night and in the early mornings.

Highlights of the Month

May has wonderful weather, with sunshine and blue skies. It’s a good time of year to travel to Victoria Falls to witness the astounding spectacle of a huge volume of water gushing down the gorge with a roar, although there’s less spray and mist than in March and April.

Victoria Falls Safari in June


June is a dry, cool month in Victoria Falls, with night time temperatures dropping to below 10C, although daytimes are mild and temperatures can go up to the mid 20s. You’ll need to bring along warm clothing for night time activities and early morning hikes and game drives.

Highlights of the Month

June is one of the busiest months of the year for visiting Victoria Falls. The views of the falls are excellent – the falls are still powerful but don’t have as much spray as earlier in the year, as the water level in the Zambezi has decreased.

As the vegetation starts to thin out in June, the wildlife viewing in the national parks surrounding the falls gets much easier.

Victoria Falls Safari in July


July is the coolest month of the year: night time temperatures drop to 7C, while day time temperatures are in the mid-20s. Be sure to pack warm clothes for night time and early morning game drives and activities.

Highlights of the Month

July is a popular month to visit Victoria Falls for the clear blue skies, sunshine and for ideal views of the falls: the river is not at its fullest, so the mist and spray have decreased from the earlier months in the year and you’ll get perfect panoramas.

July is a great time of year for game viewing in the Zambezi National Park in Zimbabwe and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia.

Victoria Falls Safari in August


August is another dry month, but it’s slightly warmer than July, with daytime averages of 29C and night time temperatures of 10 degrees.

Highlights of the Month

August is one of the peak months for tourism in Victoria Falls. It’s a great time to view the falls, and the best month for White Water Rafting Vicotria Falls. The Devil's Pool usually opens near the end of this month, and swimming in this natural infinity pool is a highlight for many travellers. Wildlife viewing in August is very good as vegetation is dry and thin and animals have to drink in the Zambezi River, making them easy to spot.

August is a busy month, so expect to be sharing attractions and activities with many other people. It’s the peak season, so hotel rates are at their highest.

Victoria Falls Safari in September


September starts to get warmer – day time temperatures can be 33C, while night times are still a cool 15C. It’s still in the dry season though with usually no rainfall at all.

Highlights of the Month

September is one of the best months of the year for visiting Victoria Falls: it’s not yet too hot, the falls are still flowing on both sides of the border and wildlife viewing and white-water rafting are excellent. It is busy though so you’ll pay high season rates and have to book ahead for lodging.

Victoria Falls Safari in October


October is known as “Suicide Month”: this is the hottest month of the year with an average of 34C for day time temperatures but the highs can go above 40C.

Highlights of the Month

With no rains for months, the water in the Zambezi River starts to run low and by the end of the month, in some years, the falls can dry up in Zambia.

Coming right at the end of the dry season, October is an excellent month for wildlife viewing in the Zambezi National Park in Zimbabwe and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia.

It’s extremely hot in October and many people choose not to travel at this time of year because of the temperatures.

Victoria Falls Safari in November


In November the summer rains begin, bringing a welcome relief from the intense heat of October, although it’s still very hot.

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is at its lowest level of the year, and Victoria Falls can completely dry up on the Zambian side, although the waterfalls flow year-round in Zimbabwe. It’s not the best time to see the falls if you want to experience their full power.

November is one of the best months of the year for white-water rafting: the rapids are more challenging because of the low water level in the river.

Migratory bird species start arriving in the area in November, marking the start of bird watching season.

November is the beginning of the low season in Victoria Falls – a good time to travel if you want to score on discounted hotel rates and Victoria Falls Packages.

Victoria Falls Safari in December


December is slightly cooler than November but still a hot month with daytime temperatures averaging 31C. It’s also the second wettest month of the year (after January), so most days you’ll get an afternoon thundershower.

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is low in December, so the falls are much less dramatic than earlier in the year. The waterfalls can also completely dry up on the Zambian side.

With the start of summer rains, the vegetation starts to get full and greener, which means December isn’t an ideal time for wildlife viewing. However, the birdlife at this time of year is superb, with birds in their full colourful plumage and many migratory species around.

December is the last month for excellent white-water rafting with the perfect water level in the Zambezi River.

December is low season in Vic Falls, so you’ll be able to get the lower rates on hotels and packages.

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The Mosi-oa-Tunya/Victoria Falls is the world's greatest sheet of falling water and significant worldwide for its exceptional geological and geomorphological features and active land formation processes with outstanding beauty attributed to the Victoria Falls Tours i.e. the spray, mist and rainbows.

While it is neither the highest nor the widest waterfall in the world, the Victoria Falls are classified the largest, based on its combined width of 1,708 metres (5,604 ft) and height of 108 metres (354 ft), resulting in the world's largest sheet of falling water.

The town on the Zimbabwe side is called Victoria Falls, and on the Zambian side, the town is called Livingstone. Each has a busy international airport, good infrastructure and many hotels and lodges to choose from. Just downstream of the falls, the bridge over the Zambezi River connects Zambia to Zimbabwe.

Yes, normally the 7 natural wonders of the world include the Northern Lights, the Grand Canyon, Paricutin, Mount Everest, Harbor of Rio de Janeiro, Victoria Falls, and the Great Barrier Reef. Many of these naturally-formed displays require an aerial view to capture the vastness of each phenomenon.

  • Victoria Falls Is Part Of The Zambezi River. ...
  • Victoria Falls Is One Of The World's Seven Natural Wonders. ...
  • 500 Million Litres Of Water Cascade Every Minute. ...
  • It Rains At Victoria Falls Rainforest All Day.

Yes Victoria Falls is Safe! Please come and see for yourself. Victoria Falls always remained a safe destination and we can confidently state that Victoria Falls is a perfectly safe tourist destination. Victoria Falls has always been its own entity and should be viewed separately from the rest of Zimbabwe with regards to crime and safety.

The entrance fee for Victoria Falls National Park varies by nationality, with prices around $30 for international visitors. It's best to check the latest rates for accurate pricing.

The Best Time For A Victoria Falls Tour is from May to September, when water levels are moderate, offering the best views and safer access to activities.

Spending 2 to 3 days in Victoria Falls is ideal to explore the falls thoroughly and enjoy additional Victoria Falls Excursions in the surrounding area.

The best way to see Victoria Falls is through guided Victoria Falls Sightseeing Tours that offer comprehensive insights and access to the best viewpoints.

Both sides of Victoria Falls offer unique experiences. Zimbabwe provides broader views of the falls, while Zambia offers closer encounters like the Devil’s Pool.

Yes, you can visit Victoria Falls on your own, but joining a Victoria Falls Guided Tour can enhance your experience with expert insights and access.

Swimming in Victoria Falls is possible at the Devil’s Pool Victoria Falls on the Zambia side during the dry season, with guided tours ensuring safety.

Before going on a Victoria Falls Tour, know that the best views vary with the seasons, and wearing comfortable walking shoes and carrying water is essential.

It's generally safe to Walk Around Victoria Falls during the day, but caution is advised at night, and it’s better to use transportation.

Having cash during the Victoria Falls Tour is useful for small purchases and tips, as not all places may accept cards, especially in markets.

Victoria Falls is worth seeing, offering breathtaking natural beauty and thrilling activities for an unforgettable Victoria Falls Vacation.

Taking malaria pills for a Trip to Victoria Falls is recommended due to the malaria risk in the area, alongside using mosquito repellent.

A helicopter ride over Victoria Falls offers unparalleled views and a unique perspective, making it a memorable addition to your Victoria Falls Travel experience.

Victoria Falls and Niagara Falls are both spectacular in their own right, with Victoria Falls known for its height and natural setting.

The closest city to Victoria Falls is Victoria Falls town in Zimbabwe, offering easy access to the falls and various Victoria Falls Accommodations.

Victoria Falls plunges into a gorge over 100 meters deep, creating a dramatic natural spectacle for visitors.

Devil’s Pool at Victoria Falls is called so due to its dangerous edge, offering adventurous swimmers a unique natural infinity pool experience.

Victoria Falls is a natural wonder shared by Zambia and Zimbabwe, managed by their respective national park authorities for Victoria Falls Tourism.

Yes, people live in the towns near Victoria Falls, including Victoria Falls town in Zimbabwe and Livingstone in Zambia, supporting the Victoria Falls Travel industry.

Whether you need a visa for the Tour of Victoria Falls depends on your nationality. Many visitors require a visa, so check the requirements beforehand.

Five facts about Victoria Falls include its status as one of the largest and most famous waterfalls, its local name Mosi-oa-Tunya, and its location on the Zambezi River, serving as a natural border and offering diverse ecosystems supporting various wildlife.

Victoria Falls is higher and has a wider curtain of water compared to Niagara Falls, making it larger in terms of overall size. On a Victoria Falls Tour, you can gain a first-hand experience of the magnificence of these falls.

Staying at the Victoria Falls Hotel can vary in cost, with prices depending on the season and type of room. It's best to check for current Victoria Falls Vacations packages for deals.

During Victoria Falls Tours, wear comfortable clothing suitable for walking, a hat, and sunscreen for protection, and carry a light raincoat for mist from the falls.

Various animals live around Victoria Falls, including hippos, and crocodiles in the Zambezi River, and rich birdlife, enhancing the Victoria Falls Tours and Safaris experience

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