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What makes Victoria Falls special?
Vic Falls is one of Southern Africa's premier safari destinations and should be seen at least once in a person's lifetime. Flanked by Zambia and Zimbabwe, this massive curtain of water is known as the Mosi oa Tunya (Smoke that Thunders). This is Africa's adrenalin capital, where you can go white river rafting, bungy off the graceful Victoria Falls Bridge or ride an elephant. It's also a place of pristine natural beauty and tranquility where wild elephants still roam free and know no borders.
If adrenalin is your thing, there are a huge variety of activities to fill your time and get your adrenaline juices flowing. See our menu for all the adventure activities (and not so adventurous activities) that are on offer.
Get started with your Vic Falls holiday
If it's just accommodation you want, our accommodation options are broken down into price ranges: Budget accommodation in Vic Falls, affordable mid range safari lodges, hotels and luxury accomodation options from budget chalets to luxury Livingstone hotels.
We also offer a selection of holiday packages that can be booked with or without flights.
|Air Zimbabwe have resumed flights to Victoria Falls. |
From 14 August 2013 Air Zimbabwe will be flying an Embraer ERJ145 between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Affordable luxury is the name of the game at The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls. The four star hotel has a brilliant position on the Zambezi River and ALL the rooms have river views. The hotel is is centrally placed to enjoy all the activities on offer in the area. Facilities include its own boat, The Lady Livingstone that cruises the Zambezi River as well as a spa so if you are looking for a great place to stop and relax this December see our latest David Livingstone Safari Lodge special.
| It's time to book your December holiday!|
|Each year we turn away a horde of disapointed people who wanted to visit Vic Falls over the peak period in December. The old adage that the early bird catches the worm is true - the longer you delay, the fuller (and more expensive) the flights become. We have a limited number of set departures at a guaranteed price, so have a look at our New Year packages and lets get going with your reservation. |
| Which Vic Falls accommodation should I choose?|
I'm travelling with my family - The Kingdom Hotel or Elephant Hills have great family facilities and
affordable rates. The Zambezi Waterfront
is an excellent choice on the Zambian side if you like an easy going resort with a lively atmosphere.
I want to be able to walk to the entrance to Victoria Falls - Hotels within walking distance of the Falls are The Kingdom Hotel , Vic Falls Hotel and Ilala Lodge on the Zim side and The Royal Livingstone Hotel and The Zambezi Sun on the Zambian side.
I want a good comfortable budget hotel
- Definately choose the Victoria Falls Rainbow Hotel. We have a great Pay Stay deal too!
I want a romantic weekend away
- Our favourite place for Zambezi romance is the Sussi and Chuma Lodge in Zambia.
I like out of way uncommercialised places
- You can't go wrong with Chundu Island Camp
. Not fancy smancy but oh such a wonderful spot!
I want a view - definately the most amazing view in Vic Falls is to be had at Gorges Lodge with a birds eye view of the Batoka gorge. An affordable gem, with comfortable accommodation and friendly managers who will take every opportunity to make you welcome!
I want a private villa: The beautiful Chuma Houses and Waterberry Farmhouse on the Zambian side of the Falls are our recommendations.