Victoria Falls Tour of the Falls
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Visiting Victoria Falls, or 'the smoke that thunders', is a bucket-list event that will stir up your senses and leave you mesmerised
The Victoria Falls reaches its zenith in about May each year. Seeing this Unesco World Heritage Site – and the most expansive curtain of water in the world – is a truly awe-inspiring moment. Experience the Falls with all your senses – the sight, the sound, the smell, the feel and taste of the spray on your face. Feel humbled being so close to one of nature’s masterpieces.
This walking tour of the Falls is conducted in the morning and afternoon. En route, you may be taken past the Big Tree to take photos. A qualified guide will accompany you through the rain forest and give you a brief history of the Falls, as well as telling you about points of interest, plants, birds and other wildlife. Guides are also happy to help you get the photographs you're looking for. Raincoats are provided when needed.
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Mornings between 8am and 8:30am
Afternoons between 1:20pm and 1:45pm
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