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Batonka Guest Lodge features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and garden in Victoria Falls. Beautiful relaxing hotel! Spacious room. Very clean & safe. Comfy bed. Friendly staff.
Located in Livingstone, 7.5 mi from Victoria Falls, Kamunjila Lodge provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a bar. Kamunjila Lodge is a really nice, clean and very comfortable place.
Set in Victoria Falls, 1.9 mi from Elephant's Walk Shopping & Artist Village, Victoria Falls Safari Suites offers accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. Loved everything about our stay. The staff were amazing, super friendly and helpful, the food was...
Victoria Falls Safari Club is a premium boutique hotel located 3.7 mi from the Victoria Falls bridge. This property features a viewing deck overlooking the game hall to the Zambezi River. Everything, the staff are amazingly friendly and helpful.
Located in Livingstone, 2.4 mi from Livingstone Reptile Park, Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara has rooms with free WiFi access. Excellent standard! Five star. Location on river very close to Victoria Waterfall.
AVANI Victoria Falls Resort is located in Livingstone and features an outdoor swimming pool. The property features a garden, as well as a terrace. Excellent staff always friendly and helpful.
Protea Hotel by Marriott Livingstone in Livingstone has an outdoor swimming pool and a garden. The property features a terrace, as well as a bar. Clean, comfortable room, good aircon, good wifi, pleasant and helpfull staff, excellent coffee and...
Set on a small hill overlooking the Zambezi River, Elephant Hills Resort offers accommodations within 3.7 mi of the Victoria Falls Bridge. This resort features a golf course, spa and swimming pool. The room was spacious and very clean. The breakfast was delicious eggs made to order.
Good to see the Falls from both sides - best views are from Zimbabwe side where you can walk along the gorge rim & get excellent views of the numerous individual falls with lots of spray & rainbows
Very beatiful view. Do not think the Boiling point is worthy all the way down, considering that almost the same view you can see from the metal bridge at the border, except that there were some cute animals along the way. You can bargain many of the items from the market in front of the park for less than 2 USD. You can also exchange useless items (plastic bottles, headphones from the airplain, old bracelets, power batteries, etc) as part of the price.
In dry season (ending in Octboer) you MUST visit the falls from Zimbabwe side. It';s a tiotally different experience. To avoid multiple visa fees, get a KAZA VIsa that allows for multiple entry to Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Botswana
Sharing Dr. Livingstone thoughts... On 16th November 1855, from the now called Livingstone Island, where Dr. Livingstone obtained his first view of the falls, from the surrounding area he wrote: “the most wonderful sight I had witnessed in Africa. No one can imagine the beauty of the view from anything witnessed in England. It had never been seen before by European eye, but scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flights” Cannot be described: you must be there!
If you can see The Falls from both as theZambians and Zimbabwe then take full advantage of that using Bushtrackers who are both excellent and reliable. If not see them from the Zambian side as it’s quieter and you get a closer perspective. Ideally fly over The Falls, walk The Falls and then take a raft through them.
The park gives you some incredible views of the falls from a variety of different angles and points. While we were there during the dry season, the mist wasn't too limiting, and we were able to get great views of the gorge as well.