Victoria Falls

Quintessential Zimbabwe from £4,730

Highlights - Adventure and excitement at Victoria Falls; Amazing game viewing by boat; Hwange National Park wildlife haven... Read more ...

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Fly to

Livingstone (Zambia) or Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) via Johannesburg

Flying time

12 hrs 15 mins

time difference

GMT+ 2 hrs


Required for UK passport holders

Health Requirements

Yellow fever certificate required if travelling from an endemic area

Best time to travel

Apr-Jun when the water levels are at their greatest.


The best time to travel is between April and June, there is little to no rain and the Falls are at their fullest. These are the winter months therefore temperatures will only peak at around 20°C, although days are clear and bright.



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Interested in top-notch safaris? Then the fact that Zimbabwe is recovering from recent political instability and sending a strong signal to the tourist radar has to be good news. The country's reputation for stellar game viewing is based on dramatic and diverse game parks, often prolific wildlife and excellent guides - something that places A&K at the head of the pack. And herd. And flock.

Our guides are handpicked for their remarkable specialist knowledge and passion to understand and explain the wonders of southern Africa's wilderness. They're one crucial part of our large, experienced team that, over four decades, has provided premium travel in the region with everything from 24-hour emergency contact, seamless ground operations and long-established local relationships allowing 'insider access' off-limits to other visitors, including a behind the scenes tour of Victoria Falls Bridge.

Take an Abercrombie & Kent luxury safari to Zimbabwe in 2014 and you'll discover it offers more than traditional land-based game drives. Far more. You can also encounter its animals on foot or from a canoe - we guarantee you'll never forget paddling close to feeding elephants. Absolutely ever.

The Zambezi River, flowing along the northern border, is the country's key artery. In the Northwest it cascades over Victoria Falls with a peak-flow over 1.7km wide and 100m high, spawning its descriptive African name, Mosi-ay-Tunya, The Smoke That Thunders. The gorge is now an adrenaline hotspot with bungee jumping, white water rafting and microlighting.

As it flows east, the river enters the vast expanse of Kariba Lake, its shallows speckled with eerily beautiful forests of dead trees. As well as stays in floating lodges and river cruisers, the lake provides some of the best tiger fishing on the planet. Matusadona National Park on its southern shore offers superb safaris with large numbers of lion and over 240 bird species. The Lower Zambezi then reaches heavenly Mana Pools, with wonderful dry season game viewing.

Away from the river, there's the famous Hwange, the country largest national park, with over 100 mammals and massive herds of elephant, while Matobo Hills to the south, offers walking safaris in a poetic landscape frescoed with kopjes of red-tinted boulders.

Yes, Zimbabwe's back and with A&K it's all possible.

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Suggested Zimbabwe Accommodation Offers

Victoria Falls Hotel 


Established in 1904, The Victoria Falls Hotel is set in The Victoria Falls National Park and has provided the base for statesmen, royals, authors and celebrities. The elegant lounges offer serenity and seclusion whilst...

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge 


West facing, this 72 bedroom lodge is set high on a plateau on the border of the Zambezi National Park and just four kilometres from the Victoria Falls. Overlooking its own frequently visited water hole, the lodge is ideally...

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Guest Testimonial

Thank you for your voicemail; it's so nice of you to follow up to see how our holiday was. We had an amazing time. Thanks again (Emma Bell) for an absolutely wonderful trip.

- BW, London

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Lubangwe Community Project

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