How much does it cost to go to Victoria Falls?

How much does it cost to go to Victoria Falls?

Current Victoria Falls Entrance Fees Zambia
CategoryEntrance Fee
International & SADC visitorsUS$ 20
Zambian visitorsUS$ 2 / K20
Lunar tour (all visitors)US$ 30
*All children between 6 and 16 years old pay 50% of the adult fee, and children under 6 enter free of charge

Where does Victoria Falls get water?

This impressive body of water is the fourth largest river in Africa, has a catchment covering 1,390,000 km², a length of approximately 2700km and flows from its source in north-western Zambia right through to the Indian Ocean.

Will Victoria Falls dry up?

The Zimbabwe side never dries up and has never dried up. In fact, when the water levels are low, there is an amazing natural rock pool called Devil's Pool on the edge of the falls which is accessible only during the dry season.

How long do you need at Victoria Falls?

To enjoy Victoria Falls to the fullest, plan a 3-4-day trip. If you want to explore the surrounding areas as well and embark on a Southern African safari, then we recommend that you visit for at least one week.

Is Victoria Falls on the Nile?

It is located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and is considered to be one of the world's largest waterfalls due to its width of 1,708 m (5,604 ft)....
Victoria Falls
WatercourseZambezi River
Average flow rate1088 m3/s (38,430 cu ft/s)
UNESCO World Heritage Site
Official nameMosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls

Who owns the Victoria Falls?

Victoria Falls is shared by two countries: Zambia (to the north) and Zimbabwe (to the south).

Why is Victoria Falls called the Smoke that Thunders?

The falls are nicknamed Mosi-oa-Tunya; which means 'The smoke that thunders', by the locals, due to the billowing clouds of mist that rise up and drench everything and everyone in its reach when the river is in flood.

Is Victoria Falls man made or natural?

The Victoria Falls is one of the most significant natural geographical features of the Zambezi River, and one of the world's most famous, and arguably most beautiful, waterfall formations. ... The river becomes wider and shallower, flowing faster between islands, over rocks and through rapids.