Be in awe as you witness the world’s largest curtain of falling water with an unbelievable 546 million cubic metres of water cascading down its 108 metre drop every minute during the rainy season. One of the seven natural wonders of the world, the “smoke that thunders” continues to amaze travellers ever since David Livingstone became the first European to document the discovery of the falls in 1865. Experience the multitude of adventurous activities on offer - the choices are endless.
Language: English is widely spoken.
Visa: South African passport holders do not need a visa. All other passport holders need to check with their local authorities.
Time: GMT +2.
What things cost: These are approximate prices and may vary according to hotels and seasons (US Dollars)
Bottle of water: USD3
Bottle of wine: USD20 - USD65
Beer: USD3 – USD5
Soft drinks: USD3
Coffee / Tea: USD3
Zimbabwe is a year-round destination. The best time to visit Victoria Falls is after the rainy season (April and May). At the end of the dry season (October to December), the water levels are low. Winter months (May to September) are best for game viewing.