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Victoria Falls is located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe, where the mighty Zambezi River plunges 354 feet over a rocky ledge, creating the largest sheet of falling water in the world. The town of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe is the main tourist hub for the falls, offering easy access to viewpoints, adventure activities like white-water rafting and bungee jumping, and wildlife viewing in the nearby Zambezi National Park. The best time to visit Victoria Falls is during the rainy season, from February to April, when the falls are at their most powerful. However, the spray from the falls can be so intense that it's difficult to see them at this time. The dry season (May to November) offers better visibility of the falls, but the water flow is less dramatic.

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Airports near Victoria Falls

There are multiple ways to reach Victoria Falls - here are 4 airports you can use to get to Victoria Falls.

Victoria Falls International Airport

This is the closest airport to Victoria Falls, located just 18 kilometres from the city centre. It is a commercial passenger airport with both domestic and international flights.


Livingstone Airport

Located in Livingstone, Zambia, this airport is approximately 20 kilometres away from Victoria Falls. It is a popular choice for travellers visiting the falls and offers domestic and international flights.


Kasane Airport

Situated in Kasane, Botswana, this airport is around 80 kilometres from Victoria Falls. While it is not as close as the previous options, it is still within a reasonable driving distance. Connecting flights from major airports can be taken to reach Kasane.


Harare International Airport

If you are unable to find direct flights to Victoria Falls, Harare International Airport in Zimbabwe is another option. It is located approximately 600 kilometres away from Victoria Falls, so a connecting flight or a long drive would be required to reach the city.

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If you'd like to easily manage your travel expenses and don't want to pay the full cost of your flights to Victoria Falls upfront, why not consider using Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) payment methods at Alternative Airlines?

With BNPL plans, you can divide the cost of your tickets to Victoria Falls into smaller, more manageable chunks that can be paid back over time. There's usually no interest involved, however, it's wise to check with the lending provider beforehand.

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Things to do in Victoria Falls

With a wealth of sights to see in Victoria Falls, here are our top 3:

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Victoria Falls

The star of the show, Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world by volume of water. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see for any visitor to Zimbabwe. There are several viewpoints on the Zimbabwean side that offer remarkable vistas of the falls, including the Boiling Pot, where the churning water creates a cloud of mist. For a truly unique experience, you can even take a helicopter flight over the falls for a bird's-eye view.

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Victoria Falls Bridge

Built in 1905, the Victoria Falls Bridge is a feat of engineering that spans the Zambezi River. The bridge is a popular spot for bungee jumping and white-water rafting, and it also offers stunning views of the falls. For the less adventurous, there's a bridge walk where you can stroll across the top of the bridge and take in the scenery.

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Zambezi National Park

Victoria Falls National Park is home to a variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions, giraffes, and zebras. Visitors can go on game drives, boat cruises, or walking safaris to see the animals in their natural habitat. The park is also home to several historical and archaeological sites, including the ruins of a 19th-century settlement.

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