Top 6 Things to do in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

April 3, 2018 Moriah Teneyck

Rainbows are cool. But what trumps rainbows? Moonbows. If you visit Victoria Falls during a full moon, the light of the moon through the the waterfall spray produces a lunar rainbow, or moonbow. More of a daredevil? Then try what’s been called the world’s best white-water rafting.
Restaurants in Victoria Falls

1. Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe +263 77 260 3833
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5 based on 852 reviews

Victoria Falls

Reviewed By craigwW9764ZH - Pretoria, South Africa

An awesome sight, roaring Waterfalls, lots of spray. At stages it felt like we were in a thundershower.
Take a heavy duty raincoat if you are not with a tour which usually provide them.
A must do. Not only is it beautiful and majestic but as one of the seven Wonders of the world - you can’t miss it.

2. Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls National Park

Victoria Falls 10101, Zimbabwe 263977934995
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5 based on 6 reviews

Mosi-oa-Tunya / Victoria Falls National Park

"The smoke that thunders" is a local name for Africa's most famous waterfall thundering over a 100m-high cliff.

Reviewed By Davey R - Saint Louis, Missouri

Definitely give yourself 2-3 hours to explore the park and see the Falls while you are in Livingstone! If you choose this side of the Falls, I'd suggest starting by hiking down to the Boiling Pot, then seeing the Falls from the eastern viewing point and finally walking across Knife Edge Bridge. The hike down to the Boiling Pot is about 15 minutes down and 25-30 minutes up. It isn't too difficult but make sure you have solid shoes so the experience isn't too painful. Also, if you do Knife Edge Bridge in the high season, be prepared to get soaked! I'd suggest renting a poncho and sandals from the stall right by the bridge so your clothes and shoes aren't soaked for the rest of the day. It's truly an unforgettable experience so don't miss out!

3. Victoria Falls Bridge

Livingstone Way, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Victoria Falls Bridge

Reviewed By ginger2003_98 - Marietta, Ohio

You can walk across this bridge and stamp another country in your passport once you cross from Zimbabwe to Zambia or vice versa. You will potentially see bungee jumpers from the bridge and some kayakers far below. If walking, you will probably be asked to buy various items from locals.

4. Victoria Falls Snake Park

273 Adam Stander Drive | Next to 3 Monkeys, Victoria Falls 0000, Zimbabwe +263 77 854 7331
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5 based on 100 reviews

Victoria Falls Snake Park

Some of the largest and most Venomous Snakes , Spiders and Scorpions found in Zimbabwe , housed in large natural cages , an open air building that allows you to view these wonderful misunderstood creatures up close in a safe environment , there are 2 tour guides to give you an in depth and hands on experience with our well cared for and loved Reptiles , guests get to handle non venomous snakes .

Reviewed By Dana L

Great way to spend an hour, the kids loved it, they got to hold various snakes and chameleons. The guides are really friendly and knowledgeable.... Snake park please get a bigger outdoor enclosure for your chameleons and your tortoise looks really unhappy.

5. Elephant's Walk Shopping and Artist's Village

273 Adam Stander Drive, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe +263 77 225 4552
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4 based on 92 reviews

Elephant's Walk Shopping and Artist's Village

Elephant's Walk Shopping and Artist Village is a vibrant mix of local artists, retailers, artisan studios, all working within in the cool tropical garden courtyard. The funky Africa Cafe serves delicious light meals and drinks whilst the Nam Tok Restaurant upstairs offer afro asian traditional foods. There is a museum which shows the material and visual culture of the peoples of the region - entry is free. Crocodile Cage diving can be experienced, a visit with out local Nyanaga (witchdoctor) or you can just sit under the palm trees and watch the world go by!

Reviewed By Speigal - Birmingham, United Kingdom

Great to wander, browse and little pushing selling. This is not black market so priced higher but quality and standards better. Cool, shaded and lots to see. Nice cafe too.

6. Crocodile Ranch

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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4 based on 105 reviews

Crocodile Ranch

Reviewed By revjcs - Charlotte, North Carolina

We learned a lot about crocs! It was interesting to see the crocs at different ages and stages of development.

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