Victoria Falls ranks among the most-visited natural attractions in Africa
The sight of the magnificent Victoria Falls is no less impressive today than it was hundreds of years ago when intrepid explorers David Livingstone and Henry Stanley came upon the 100m cascading torrent of water that straddles Zimbabwe and Zambia.
You can see the spray towering above the earth from kilometres away; hear its roar and feel it gently soaking through your clothes as you come up close and personal walking through the Victoria Falls National Park.
Popular as a long weekend holiday destination, Victoria Falls has become one of the most iconic destinations to visit in Southern Africa with a range of activities on offer to suit every traveller’s interest, from elephant-back safaris and river rafting to helicopter flips and sunset cruises on the Zambezi.
The best time of year to visit Victoria Falls is following the rainy season when the falls are at their most impressive: February to May. And although you can see the falls from both sides – Zimbabwe and Zambia – it is far more impressive on the Zimbabwe side.
Now you can see the splendour of Victoria falls and experience the magic of South Africa’s bushveld on a 17-night Golfer’s Wild exploration of Southern Africa. Sample the pure luxury of the Rovos Rail to Victoria Falls and play at the renowned Leopard Creek near the Kruger National Park; an experience on a par above all others.
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