Is Victoria Falls in Zambia or Zimbabwe?
Victoria Falls is part of the mighty Zambezi River, which forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The waterfall straddles Zimbabwe to the west and Zambia to the east, and is easily accessed from either country via Victoria Falls Town in Zimbabwe or Livingstone in Zambia.
Where do you fly to for Victoria Falls?
Victoria Falls Airport (Zimbabwe) and Livingstone Airport (Zambia) are the closest to the Falls themselves. But, you can also fly into Kasane Airport (Botswana), and take an hour long road transfer into Victoria Falls town (this road transfer does involve a border crossing).
Can you swim in the Victoria Falls?
Once you reach the pool, there is a rock lip that stops swimmers from being thrown over the edge – creating the pool of water at the top of the falls. While it is safe to swim here, it’s up to travelers to not be foolish and tempt fate by going too close to the edge, or dismissing any safety advice from the guides.
Why to visit Victoria Falls?
Budget – Victoria Falls Rest Camp,a large campsite in the centre of Victoria Falls town,with lots of shade and outside cooking areas.
How popular is Victoria Falls?
The Zambezi river has become a popular attraction for rafters near the Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfalls. It is rare for large crocodiles to be seen in this part of the river, below the waterfalls. While exact events are still unclear
What are some interesting facts about Victoria Falls?
• Victoria Falls is the world’s largest curtain of falling water. The 1,700m wide water cataract drops through 110 m only to escape through a series of zigzagging gorges a mere 100m wide and 122m deep. • The Victoria Falls Bridge was the dream and brainchild of Cecil John Rhodes, but he died before the bridge was completed.
What is postal code for Victoria Falls Zimbabwe?
Zimbabwe does not use zip or postal codes. If it’s required for an online forms, use 00000 or other random numbers. Interactive map of Zimbabwe. Just click on the location you desire for an address for your mails destination. Each administrative division maintains its own postal code for mail delivery purposes.