Victoria Falls Lunar Rainbow Tour
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Experience the rare and beautiful lunar rainbow that occurs at Victoria Falls only during full moon
Lunar rainbows, also known as moon bows, are rainbows that take place at night, when a rainbow is seen in the light of the moon. Victoria Falls is a Unesco World Heritage site that's a marvel by day; it's also one of very few sites around the world that has moon bows that make it eerily beautiful by night.
If you're staying at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe during full moon you'll be able to marvel at the lunar rainbow that can be seen only during this time. The lunar rainbow tour is conducted over three days during full moon. A guide will accompany you through the rain forest and give you a brief history of the Falls and other points of interest. Guides are also happy to help you with photographs on your visit to this most spectacular of waterfalls. Raincoats are provided when needed.
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- Pick-up and drop-off of guests within the immediate vicinity of the various Victoria Falls hotels
- Guided tour of the Falls
Terms & Conditions
- All prices are quoted and payable in United States Dollars (USD)
- Rates are net and non-commissionable.
- All tours are based on a minimum of two persons
- Prices subject to change without notice should operating costs rise beyond our control
Please note: Bring your passport for entry to the Falls