Welcome to Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls: First off please see the images tag at the top of this page to see our Understanding Victoria Falls map which will clearly show you where the Falls are situated on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia. This shows,for those who do not know,  where the Victoria Falls are and why there is some confusion. The Victoria Falls are the world’s largest waterfall and they occur where the Zambezi River plummets over 100 metres down a sheer gorge.  As the Zambezi river creates the border that separates Zambia from Zimbabwe, the Victoria Falls can be viewed from both sides and in fact we recommend that you do view it from both sides regardless of which side you are staying at the time. The border posts both sides allow day visitors to walk across and back again. There is some confusion because although the waterfalls are called internationally the “Victoria Falls”, the town on the Zimbabwe side is also called Victoria Falls town. The town on the Zambian side is called Livingstone. In short – whether you decide to stay in or around Livingstone in Zambia or in and around Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe you will be at the Victoria Falls waterfall. The river is more than 1,5 kilometres wide at the point it plummets over the gorge. We leave it to your imagination to imagine the sight, sound and experience of viewing up close and personal 1500 metres of water falling in a sheet 100 metres downwards. Thunderous. Your imagination will not do the real thing justice and when you do get to see Victoria Falls you will be left awestruck and breathless.

It is one of the original Seven Wonders of the World. We think it is the original One Wonder of the world and we love it. The Falls are known locally as Mosi-Oa-Tunya meaning the smoke that thunders – a reference to the sound, and the fact that the spray from the falls forms a year-around-smoke-effect rising from the ground and visible from kilometres away. There are numerous activities available in Victoria Falls including golf, gambling, helicopter tours, bungee jumping, walking with lions, elephant feeding and spectacular safaris. Explorer David Livingstone named the falls for Queen Victoria when he first saw them in 1855. One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the falls have been attracting travellers and adventure seekers for decades, its pounding waters creating a mist that can be seen for miles and the sound of the falls, especially in the rainy season (November to April), making it difficult to hear anything else. There is a trail that runs along the cliff adjacent to the waterfall which visitors can use to reach the scenic viewpoints, and the Flight of Angels helicopter tour is a phenomenal way to see the falls from above. Guided tours are also available, which include collection and drop off from your hotel.
National Parks:  There are three national parks to explore while on holiday in Vic Falls - the Victoria Falls National Park, the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park on the Zambian side of the falls and, about 120 miles (193km) further south, the Hwange National Park. These parks feature a vast selection of wildlife including elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and various antelope; there are also occasional sightings of lion and leopard. There are a number of operators in Vic Falls town offering safaris to these national parks, as well as elephant-back safaris on Nakavango Estate and the 'walking with lions' experience at Masuwe Estate.
Amadeus Garden is the right choice of accommodation for you if you prefer the atmosphere of a small lodge to the big Victoria Falls hotels. A safe and trusted guesthouse since 1999! Amadeus Garden offers Bed and Breakfast style accommodation in walking..
The hotel is within walking distance of the town centre and is only 2 km from Victoria Falls. It is very close to all the adrenaline-pumping adventure activities available. It is nestled in an amphitheatre of virgin rainforest, within walking distance..
The N1 Hotel provides clean, comfortable, budget accommodation. Centrally located and walking distance to all the must see tourist spots in Victoria Falls. The N1 Hotel provides clean, comfortable, budget accommodation. Centrally located and walking..
Located in Victoria falls , this popular property offers an ideal place of rest and relaxation. There are a total of 20 rooms on the premises.
The best budget accommodation available in Victoria Falls. Options include camping sites, dormitories, chalets and self-catering lodges. Located right in the middle of the town along Parkway, we have a secure, clean and comfortable place with a swimming..
The lodge offers a quiet , serene and hospitable environment within the suburbs of the Victoria Falls resort town. The lodge is a popular venue for families, business executives and all those who need a working environment away from the usual offices..
With its breathtaking views and spectacular scenery, Gorges Lodge offers a unique Victoria Falls experience from an idyllic base on the edge of the Batoka Gorge, 200 metres above the mighty Zambezi River.  Gorges Lodge is built on the edge..
This is an intimate, private retreat situated on The Stanley and Livingstone Private Game Reserve. The property encompasses four classic African-style chalets and a main dining/lounge area. The thatched A-frame units have been decorated in elegant Old-World..
Pamusha Lodge is a unique , iconic full service bed and breakfastlodge nestled in the quiet low density suburban area of Victoria Falls. The lodge is only 2km away from the majestic Victoria Falls and it is famed for its affordability and superlative..
The resort is situated within the Victoria Falls National Park, a World Heritage Site, and the Zambezi National Park with its many attractions including elephant riding and game viewing nearby.The family hotel is abundant in entertainment, dining and..
Enter the legendary world of The Kingdom at Victoria Falls, a modern tribute to Africa's ancient allure and the closest hotel to the Falls. Built around a man-made lake, The Kingdom's crested domes and pillars bridge the hazy divide between..
This hotel is 4 km away from the mighty Victoria Falls and 3 km from the shopping centre. The establishment is located some 27 km from Victoria Falls International Airport.The hotel contains 276 luxury rooms, 11 executive suites, one deluxe suite and..
Perched on a bluff just upstream from the mighty Victoria Falls, Elephant Hills Resort looks down on the placid might of the upper Zambezi River. The Hotel is only five minutes' drive from the Falls. This stunning hotel has extensive conference..
This charming boutique hotel is an intimate boutique hotel very close to the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. In fact, the Lodge is so close to the Falls, that one can feel the spray of the Falls on their face if while taking a stroll in the gardens. As..
Imbabala Zambezi Safari Lodge is an unspoilt wilderness experience, on the banks of the Zambezi, where guests rapidly become friends. Imbabala was originally built in 1987 and first opened in 1988. Despite being completely refurbished over the years..
Just 10 minutes from the awesome Victoria Falls, Lokuthula Lodge, previously known as Victoria Falls Safari Lodges, is tucked away in the heart of the African Bushveld. It offers tranquility, comfort, and spectacular scenic and wildlife views. With easy..
The 2,430 hectare private reserve known as the 'Victoria Falls Private Game Reserve' on which the hotel is located borders on the Zambezi National Park and offers a diverse and yet unique African experience. The Victoria Falls and Zambezi River are only..
Set majestically high on a plateau that forms a natural boundary to the unfenced Zambezi National Park, this westward facing lodge is just 4kms from the thundering Victoria Falls. Enjoying uninterrupted views of spectacular African sunsets and with..
This establishment offers luxury accommodation in Lake victoria falls. Perched on a natural plateau, West towards the hotel borders the Zambezi National Park and is just four kilometres from the falls of lagoVictoria, main attraction of South Africa...
This tented lodge is situated within the western area of the Zambezi National Park on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River upstream of the Victoria Falls. Zambezi Sands is unique in that it features not only the Zambezi River and water based activities..
This is the only property in Victoria Falls situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi. The hotel is highly regarded for its exceptional features and is well located on the periphery of Victoria Falls National Park and is just 5 km from the Victoria..
Situated on a private concession within and bounded by the Masuwe River and the Zambezi gorges, The Elephant Camp has breathtaking views of the Victoria Falls' spray, and all the spectacular gorges which separate Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Elephant..
The Victoria Falls Hotel is a timeless classic that occupies a fine location from which to explore the magical wonders of untamed Africa. A jewel offering consistently excellent service. With just a ten minute walk to the actual Falls, this is one hotel..
The hotel, popularly known as 'the grand old lady of the falls', is situated in the Victoria Falls National Park, a World Heritage Site. Set in lush tropical gardens with lily ponds, palm trees and semi-tropical shrubs, it provides the tranquillity and..
Victoria Falls Safari lodge offers luxurious and exclusive accommodation and with personalised service where every last detail is tailored to suit your needs. Victoria Falls Safari Club is proud to provide our guests with first class amenities..


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