“You can see the spray first, and hear the thunder next, third, you feel the mist and finally you see the water and the falls. And you know what makes this one of the wonders of the world.” - Lori Graham
Traditionally most visitors to Victoria Falls have tended to stay in Zimbabwe. But in recent times, this trend has changed partly due to the troubles in Zimbabwe (though it is entirely safe to visit) and the emergence of quality hotels and service on the Zambian side. The main gateway into this area is Livingstone, a charming little town.
Livingstone offers a range of accommodation from the fun and friendly action packed Waterfront to exquisite lodges set in tranquil, magnificent surroundings. Adrenaline pumping activities include bungee jumping, white water rafting, and river boarding as well as taking a helicopter trip over the Falls - see all our Tours here!
The Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site that is home to the Zambian side of the Falls - its twin park across the border is the Victoria Falls National Park. It is home to a variety of wildlife including antelope, white rhino, hippos and crocodiles and an amazing variety of birds species. And you can enjoy an elephant back safari through the bush - a once-in-a-lifetime experience!