Dubbed the ‘Activity Capital of Africa’, Vic Falls has countless activities on offer for travellers of all walks of life and a host of superb accommodation options.
Between the drier, low-water months of late September to mid-December, there is usually little to no water flow over the Zambian side of the Falls. Its essential visitors know this and make time to cross from Zambia to Zimbabwe even for just a half day.
When the waters are low travellers are able to experience the ‘notorious’ Devils Pool from the Zambian side.
Be it a romantic dinner served aboard a historic steam train while watching a herd of impala canter off into the sunset, enjoying a champagne breakfast on the mighty Zambezi River in the company of brilliant birdlife and snorting hippos or an unforgettable helicopter flight over the majestic Zambezi as it cascades over the sheer cliff sending off the famous “Smoke that thunders”. The beauty and treasure that is the Victoria Falls will leave you with wonderfully lasting memories.
Further seasonal activities and information pertaining to climate and weather conditions are listed below:
Best rafting: August to November
Best game viewing: July to October
Best fishing: September to November
Falls at their fullest: March to June
Rainy season: November to April
Wettest months: December to February
Dry season: May to October
Coldest months: June and July
Most idyllic weather periods: April-May and August-September
With our Select Choice of Victoria Falls accommodation we are happy to assist you with personalised recommendations and assistance of your stay at a variety of hotels or lodges including:
Matetsi River Lodge Zimbabwe
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