Users' questions

How much does it cost to stay at Victoria Falls?

How much does it cost to stay at Victoria Falls?

The standard Victoria Falls entrance fee is $30 for all tourists on both the Zambia and Zimbabwean side. SADC passport holders pay a reduced rate of $20.

Where should I stay when visiting Victoria Falls?

Best places to stay at Victoria Falls

  • Matetsi River Lodge.
  • Batonka guest lodge.
  • Ilala Lodge.
  • Victoria Falls Hotel.
  • More information about Victoria Falls.

Is Victoria Falls better from Zambia or Zimbabwe?

Victoria Falls is made up of a series of waterfalls. The Zimbabwe side certainly has more expansive views and a lot more viewpoints including the iconic Main Falls (a massive sheet of falling water!) and Rainbow Falls. When visiting the Falls in Zambia, however, you can get up closer to the water.

Who owns the Victoria Falls Hotel?

Today the property itself still belongs to the National Railways of Zimbabwe and there is a shared 50/50 partnership operation between African Sun and Meikles Africa.

Is Victoria Falls in Zambia or Zimbabwe?

Victoria Falls ( Lozi : Mosi-oa-Tunya, “The Smoke that Thunders”) is a waterfall in southern Africa on the Zambezi River at the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Is Victoria Falls Hotel in Zimbabwe?

The Victoria Falls Hotel is a historic hotel at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. The hotel is dramatically situated, with a view of the Second Gorge and the Victoria Falls Bridge from its terrace. The hotel is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World group. It is managed by African Sun Limited .

What country is Victoria Falls in?

Victoria Falls/Folosi is a city (accorded city status on the 9th December 2020) in the province of Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. It lies on the southern bank of the Zambezi River at the western end of Victoria Falls themselves. According to the 2012 Population Census, the town had a population of 33,060.

Where is Victoria Falls Africa?

Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls is located in Southern Africa on the Zambezi river at the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. Affectionately referred to as “The Smoke That Thunders”, with David Livingstone accredited as the first European to lay eyes on this majestic sight in 1855.