Amadeus Garden

Address: 538 Reynard Road, Victoria Falls, 0013, Zimbabwe | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls

    Helicopter ride

    A travel blog entry by suz18c on Jun 08, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    Still in Victoria Falls took a helicopter ride to view the Falls. It was only thirteen minutes but oh, the views! This evening, we enjoyed a river cruise on the Zambezi for dinner. On the drive back a huge bull elephant was having dinner while standing in the middle of the road. He had traffic stopped. He moved a tad bit and our driver drove around him. He was not happy-ears at full extension and trunk flailing ...

    Physicians and Dorm Rooms

    A travel blog entry by mkolya21 on May 22, 2015

    ... US to get to Vic Falls and back. That's basically 2/3 of the US currency I brought with me period on the trip, and I didn't even bring that much going up there because I so underestimated the cost.

    It is all due, of course, to the collapse of their economy. Zim has suffered so much at the hands of its' own government. On my way back to Bulawayo I spoke to the station master and was told that he hadn't been paid by the National Railroad of Zim for 11 months!!! ...

    First Day of a very memorable three days

    A travel blog entry by bwanabob on Apr 11, 2015

    80 photos

    ... Kasane in Botswana. A very comfortable stop and the food and the bars were great after such a wonderful day. When we arrived there was a group of local singers: beautiful harmonies and sounds so Bwana though he would go over and video them. Well they had other ideas and buggered off didn't they. All I got was recessional singing.

    After cocktails and dinner we hit the hay. I was on the mend: Namibia Anne was on the decline: and Thomas was yet unscathed by the lurgi.


    Back to Clare' birthplace Zimbabwe

    A travel blog entry by craigandclare on Mar 26, 2015


    ... What they do is illegal and therefore the tourist police try and keep the us safe from these men.

    Once we got some money out from the ATM we headed to the curio market. There are many many stores with stone work, wooden carvings, bowls and of course the recycled wire and tin animals and cars etc. The honest truth is that there are so many shops, too much competition and not enough tourists. So you get hounded...desperate ...

    Chasing Waterfalls in Zambia

    A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Feb 25, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... side, you can see approximately ⅓ of the Falls. In dry season, ~10 million litres of water falls over the cliff every minute. During the wet season, this rises to 500 million litres of water every minute ~720billion litres a day!
    As we pulled up to the National Park entrance, we could already hear the sounds of the water thundering…we could only imagine what ...