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Victoria Falls
Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days
Location: Victoria Falls
Price: from £625 pp
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Victoria Falls Holiday Highlights

  • The highest waterfall in the World .
  • ‘Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight’.
  • The force and power of the Falls almost defies belief.
  • Spectacular sights of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur of Victoria Falls.
  • Accommodation on your Victoria Falls Holiday

    There is a wide choice of accommodation to select from ranging from larger hotels within walking distance of the Falls to small and intimate lodges located upstream. Regardless of where you choose to stay, you can be assured of a truly memorable visit to Victoria Falls.
  • Victoria Falls Holiday routing

    Arrive at either Victoria Falls Airport in Zimbabwe or Livingstone Airport in Zambia.
    Met on arrival & transfer to your selected Hotel.
    3 nights Bed & Breakfast
    Guided Victoria Falls Tour
    Zambezi Sunset Cruise

Victoria Falls Holiday

‘Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight’ were David Livingstone’s first words when he discovered this iconic destination in 1855. His famous description of this dramatic waterfall continues to draw thousands of visitors to experience for themselves this awe-inspiring sight.

The unspoilt Victoria Falls sits on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia in the heart of Southern Africa. With easy access and good connecting flights, it is easily combined with a safari in Botswana’s Chobe National Park, with Zambia’s Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa Parks or after a South Africa holiday.

View Safari packages that include a Victoria Falls Holiday:

Victoria Falls with Chobe Safari in Botswana

Cape Town Kruger & Victoria Falls Holiday

We recommend including a two or three night stay at Victoria Falls to enjoy this thrilling destination. There is always plenty to do with a vast choice of activities on offer besides visiting the Falls. From tranquil river cruises on Zambezi River looking out for wildlife, to a ‘flight of angels’; an amazing journey over the vast curtain of water to truly appreciate the beauty of the Falls.

For the adrenaline fans, try out activities such as bungee jumping, taking a dip in Devil’s Pool on the Zambia side or white water rafting running the rapids below the falls. There is plenty to suit every guest at Victoria Falls and to make the most of your stay.

  • Victoria Falls View: Zambia or Zimbabwe

    Victoria Falls is the highest waterfall in the world with a mile-long curtain formed as millions of cubic metres of water are forced down into a 100m deep gorge during peak flow season (from February-June). About three quarters of Victoria Falls lies on the Zimbabwe side which has fantastic view-points to fully experience this awe-inspiring wonderland.

    The falls on the Zambian side dry up completely in the months of October and November. For those wanting to get nearer to the Falls for a daring swim in the Devil’s Pool, this is a safe time. This adrenaline filled activity tests your nerves as you’re guided through the running river to a rock pool right on the very lip of one of the tallest waterfalls in the world! The activity starts gently enough with a boat trip out to Livingstone Island, famous as the spot where David Livingstone first saw the falls.

    The Falls flow all year round on the Zimbabwe side. Crossing between the countries is easy. With the introduction of a single visa that covers Zambia, Zimbabwe and daytrips into Chobe National Park in Botswana, it is easy to visit both sides of the Falls either by road or a crossing on foot. The 20-minute walk takes you over the Victoria Falls Bridge with spectacular waterfall views & of the excited huddle of bungee jumpers. If you are short on time we recommend a classic view of the Main Falls from Zimbabwe


    This fun activity is included at some hotels. If you’re going to ‘The Boma, Place of Eating’ (on the Zimbabwean side of Victoria Falls) you can leave your heels and jewellery back at the hotel; the dress code here is a Chitenje (brightly coloured cotton wrap) and a dab or two of face paint. The food includes a buffet barbecue offering chicken and beef dishes plus a wide range of more unusual options such as warthog, kudu and smoked crocodile. While you eat, Ndebele singers and dancers put on a show, a Sangoma (traditional healer) throws the bones to tell guests fortunes, and before you know it you’ll be banging on your own drum and joining in the fun.

Tips to enhance your Victoria Falls Holiday experience:

Activities on a Zambia River Safari?

Victoria Falls Hotel is renowned for its elegance and charm.  The Hotel is on the Zimbabwe side & is five-star luxury within walking distance of Victoria Falls. A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, The Victoria Falls Hotel offers impeccable service, luxurious accommodation and exceptional facilities.

From GB£ 775 per person – Inclusive of 3 Nights Bed & Breakfast accommodation,  Tour of Falls & Zambezi Royal Sunset Cruise & park fees with return Airport transfers.

  • read more on Victoria Falls Hotel

    With dramatic views of the gorges of Zimbabwe’s spectacular Victoria Falls, The Victoria Falls Hotel, built by the British in 1904, was originally conceived as accommodation for workers on the Cape-to-Cairo railway and today it is a famous luxury brand . Serene Lily ponds and broad verandas – offering magnificent vistas – seem custom-built for a spot of high tea or a relaxed gin and tonic, while a private path leads to the falls, an idyllic 10-minute walk away. Some rooms offer stunning views of the gorges and bridge below.

Combine the majestic  Victoria Falls with a safari at this luxury tented camp, overlooking a waterhole in a private game concession.  The Elephant Camp has breathtaking views of the Victoria Falls’ spray and the spectacular gorges that separate Zimbabwe from Zambia.

From GB£ 1,050 per person – Inclusive of 3 Nights full board accommodation, local drinks, laundry,  meeting the camp Elephants & 2 x town shuttles per day. *Includes Tour of Falls & Zambezi Royal Sunset Cruise & park fees with return Airport transfers.

  • read more The Elephant Camp,

    The Elephant Camp offers exclusive accommodation with 16 suites , as well as an on-site spa. All suites face the gorge and offer a private viewing deck, plunge pool, private lounge area, air-conditioning & fans, complimentary mini bar and tea and coffee stations. The en-suite facilities include a bath as well as an inside and outside shower.

Ilala Lodge is situated close to the Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe as well as to the town centre. Wild animals, such as warthog and impala, often graze on the hotel lawns and provide exciting entertainment for hotel guests. Restaurant diners, on the other hand, can see and hear the majestic roar of the ‘Smoke That Thunder’ while they sample Zimbabwe’s finest a la carte cuisine. Dining outside under the African night sky amidst the sound of the mighty waterfall makes for a very romantic evening.

From GB£ 625 per person – Inclusive of 3 Nights Bed & Breakfast, Tour of the Falls & Zambezi Sunset Cruise & park fees with return Airport transfers.

  • read more Ilala Lodge

    Ilala Lodge provides affordable boutique accommodation in gracious and secluded surroundings. With just 56 rooms and suites on the property, guests can look forward to a personalised service and world-class hospitality throughout the duration of their visit. There is an à la carte restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers a comprehensive wine list and cocktails.

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