Whether from Zambia, Zimbabwe, above, below, or right on the edge of the Falls themselves, it’s impossible to take a bad photo of Victoria Falls— everywhere you look, there are double rainbows and droplets of water so sparkly that you’d swear they are falling diamonds. Here are just a few photos of this beautiful natural wonder that will make you want to book tickets immediately.
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Cost: Entry to Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park (Zambia) is $20USD and entry to Victoria Falls National Park (Zimbabwe) is $30USD, both fees payable by cash or card at the entry gate.
Where to stay: Stay in pre-erected, glamping-style tents for $25USD per night at the Victoria Falls Waterfront, or opt for one of the more up-scale chalets. The property is situated right on the river, offers beautiful views, an on-site restaurant and bar, several pools, a full travel booking service, and countless other amenities. Spend your money on activities rather than fancy accommodation in Victoria Falls— you’ll spend hardly any time in your room, and the cost of excursions can quickly add up.