Where is Victoria Falls
Victoria Falls is situated on the frontier of Zambia and Zimbabwe, on the Zambezi River. The natives of Zambia refer to it as Mosy Oa-Tunya, signifying “burning fumes”. You can also get the word Chongge (“rainbow spot”) coming from the natives
When it’s better to visit
According to the year, Victoria Falls may be found in various conditions. From winter to summer the water quality in Zambezi increases, the river current gets more fast and strong ( in this period). Extreme activities on the waterfall are restricted). From the end of a summer to the beginning ofwinter, the river becomes considerably dryer, its flow becomes less fast and stronger, which is the peak season for extreme adventuresmen.
How to get to Victoria Falls
It is recommended to take a plane to Lusaka, the capital of Zambia. Then you can travel by regional flights to the city of Livingston. The least expensive method is by bus, but the travel time is more than 5 hours.
It is preferable to reserve a hotel in Livingstone beforehand to unwind from the drive, and in the early morning you should go to Victoria Falls, which is about half an hour away.
Activities and tours at Victoria Falls
- Get to know the thresholds of the Zambezi River beyond the waterfall – for lovers of kayaking and white water rafting. For those less adventurous visitors there are boat tours.
- Jump off a bridge directly over the canyon and experience the rush of euphoria – bungee jumping to the noise of a breaking waterfall.
- Marvel at the beauties of Victoria Falls from above – helicopter tours and paragliding.
- Book a jeep safari in the country park.
- Take a cable flight above the canyon – attraction Zip-line.
- Check out the museum of Victoria Falls to learn about how it has transformed.