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WHAT MAKES VIC FALLS SPECIAL?
Victoria Falls is a place of pristine natural beauty and tranquility where wild elephants still roam free and know no borders and in our opinion 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). Vic Falls is at the epicentre of all of Southern Africa's premier safari destinations and so it is perfectly located to include a safari itinerary.
This is also Africa's adrenalin capital, where you can go white river rafting, bungy off the graceful Victoria Falls Bridge or ride an elephant. If adrenalin is your thing, there is a huge variety of activities to fill your time and get your adrenaline juices flowing.
Get started with your Vic Falls holiday If it's just accommodation you want, our accommodation options are broken down into price ranges:
Air Zimbabwe has resumed flights to Kariba linking this great destination to Victoria Falls and Harare. Flights will operate on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays using an MA60 aircraft:
Depart Harare 09:30 and arrive in Kariba 10:20. Depart Kariba 10:50 and arrive at Victoria Falls 12:10 Depart Victoria Falls 14:00 arrive in Kariba 15:20 Depart Kariba 15:50 arrive Harare at 16h40.
Why use us? Over and above our excellently priced packages, we actually know our area. Unlike other operators, the advice we give is based on our own intimate knowledge of and passion for Vic Falls. We travel to the destination often and the high levels of service we expect as accredited specialists are what we demand for you, our most valued clients.
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IMPORTANT TRAVEL NEWS
South Africa - Yellow Fever vaccination no longer required for Zambia On Friday 30th January 2015, the SA Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, removed the requirement for proof of Yellow Fever vaccination for travellers between Zambia and South Africa, with effect 31 January 2015.
Temporary Passports The SA Department of Home Affairs has decided to stop issuing temporary passports. This will affect travel from 1 Sept. 2014
Kaza-Visa From the 28th of November 2014 the KAZA UNIVISA a common tourist visa for the SADC region shall be piloted by Zambia and Zimbabwe for six (6) months allowing free access between between the two countries. After the pilot period, the UNIVISA is intended to be rolled out to three (3) other countries in the KAZA region – namely Angola, Botswana and Namibia. More countries in the SADC region are expected to join in the UNIVISA initiative at the later phase.
Kaza- Visa Shortage in Livingstone
Please note that the Kaza Uni Visa is no longer available on arrival in Zambia due to a shortage of visas. Standard double and single entry visas are still available for travelers upon arrival. The Kaza Visa is still available for those who arrive at Victoria Falls airport. The Kaza visa allows for overnight travel between Zambia and Zimbabwe but only a day trip into Botswana. If travelers wish to over night in Botswana, they would then need to purchase a new visa.