Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls, Zambia

Well you might as well finish on a natural wonder!, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Well you might as well finish on a natural wonder!

A travel blog entry by tess.johnson

... this particular point is once of the only places in the world where 4 countries meet, in this case Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The falls were renamed by David Livingstone and was the only western name he gave anything (and was done so to ...

Jul 05, 2011, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Jul 05, 2011

A travel blog entry by proinnsias

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The best day of my life, Livingston, Zambia travel blog

The best day of my life

A travel blog entry by raniroo

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We decided to see the view Victoria Falls from the Zambian side of the Zambezi. Most people will visit the falls on the Zimbabwe side (so you are looking at the waterfall). The Zambian side offers a totally different view, one of the water going over ...

Victoria Falls, Zambia, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Victoria Falls, Zambia

A travel blog entry by ditchthecube

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... border post, guarded by one hapless solider with a rifle that Indiana Jones would say belongs in a museum. Mirroring the Zimbabwean side, Zambia's entrance to the park is adjacent to the border post. Just another $20 and I'm in (total for entering both ...

Victoria Falls...with water!, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Victoria Falls...with water!

A travel blog entry by amykclancy

Second time is a charm.  Victoria Falls had water this time and boy was it worth the second ...

Victoria Falls and Zambezi river, Zambia, Zimbabwe travel blog

Victoria Falls and Zambezi river

A travel blog entry by rodandeleanor

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... , each doing a bungee, a bridge swing (just as bad as the bungee) and a zip slide over the river to the bridge. The Victoria Falls is a gigantic waterfall over a mile across,and the spray can be seen for miles. Rod and I took a helicopter ride over it ...

Where Angels Fly, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Where Angels Fly

A travel blog entry by jt_10s

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... DVDs to packages of fruit and sunglasses. People wear a mixture of African and Western clothes. Dec 31 – Jan 5 (Victoria Falls / Livingstone, Zambia) We spend the better part of a week in Victoria Falls, where the first tour ends and the second ...

Drenched!  And attacked by a Baboon (almost), Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Drenched! And attacked by a Baboon (almost)

A travel blog entry by lrkrupp

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Today we went to the falls. It's high season, which means it's really hard to see the actual falls in most spots, because the spray is too obstructive. The spray's nice because it's pretty hot here (despite us being gifted with some overcast days), but ...

The Victoria Falls Hotel experience..., Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

The Victoria Falls Hotel experience...

A travel blog entry by franso

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... revisit of the Vicfalls hotel. The last time I only had money for a lunch at this fantastic colonial monument, overlooking the Victoria Falls bridge and the mighty Zambezi, with the spray of the Mosi-oa-Tunya (‘smoke that thunders’) waterfall ...

Day Six - Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Day Six - Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by tofor85

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Today, we made the final part of our travels into Zambia, to the infamous Victoria Falls. This waterfall is the largest in the world, in terms of the amount of water that goes over the falls. It is also considered among the seven natural wonders of the ...

Zambezi National Park, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Zambezi National Park

A travel blog entry by richardanddoug

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... morning making one pit stop in Lusaka (Zambia’s capital city) then onward to Livingstone arriving early afternoon at Victoria Falls on the Zambia side. ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya‘ - (the smoke that thunders) is the local name for Victoria Falls, ...

Vic Falls, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Vic Falls

A travel blog entry by liss0

Victoria ...

Camping...Zambia style., Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Camping...Zambia style.

A travel blog entry by adrianw

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Day Seven - The Final Day, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Day Seven - The Final Day

A travel blog entry by tofor85

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... a video of our walk. Inspiring indeed. From here, I quickly got on another bus for my second activity - a chopper ride over Victoria Falls. This was amazingggggggg.. going for about 15 minutes, but giving us an extensive view of the falls from the air.. ...

African Time / Raincoats vs Waterfall, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

African Time / Raincoats vs Waterfall

A travel blog entry by nimitandneesha

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... be a Chinese Yuan in 20 years or so, but glad it works for us right now. So the real reason we are here is Victoria Falls.  This is the most amazing waterfall I have ever seen.  Iguazu was really cool, but the sheer amount of water falling over ...

VICTORIA FALLS, ZIMBAWAE, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

VICTORIA FALLS, ZIMBAWAE

A travel blog entry by rajmaha

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... waterfalls in the world.  Visitors can gaze at the mighty Zambezi as it flows over the edge of the gorge.  Victoria Falls is the world's largest curtain of falling water, although its fame has spread far and wide, the magic of the site has been ...

CPSB forced to take flying lessons., Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

CPSB forced to take flying lessons.

A travel blog entry by spongebobsquad

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... carry on as if you haven't seen that two ton grey thing in front of you.... We decided that it wouldn't be right to visit the Falls without adding a bit of class; high tea was on offer at the Vic Falls Hotel so scrubbed up and best frocks on we took high ...

4 days of rest!!, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

4 days of rest!!

A travel blog entry by ian-tracey

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... to the Victoria Falls - in full flood - very misty and wet, but beautiful. In the afternoon, we took a Helicopter Ride over the Victoria Falls, and the Zambezi Rivver - very spectacular  - one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World.  An late ...

a waterfall, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

a waterfall

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

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... though, although the main one is pretty long).  Also up pretty close to the smaller ( narrower) falls on the Zimbabwe side which can't be seen from Zambia.  There are 16 view points as you walk along the face of the falls so did the walk ...

VICTORIA FALLS; ZAMBIA, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

VICTORIA FALLS; ZAMBIA

A travel blog entry by mergatroid

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... ;          This morning it was time to pack again for our trip to Livingstone, Zambia. Everyone managed to fit their needs for the two nights into carry on baggage which made life a little easier. Debs and ...

VICTORIA FALLS, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

VICTORIA FALLS

A travel blog entry by mergatroid

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            After an early rise and breakfast we headed towards the falls once more. We had decided to walk in a different direction today and see how close we could get to the falls themselves. ...

Zimbabwe, Bungee Jumping, and Zambia, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Zimbabwe, Bungee Jumping, and Zambia

A travel blog entry by ems-life-abroad

... from my previous post, I had a free weekend from Friday through Sunday to travel and as a program, almost everyone went to Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Unfortunately, since my Internet connection is not wonderful, I will ...

Nov 01, 2011, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Nov 01, 2011

A travel blog entry by bake33

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The smoke that thunders, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

The smoke that thunders

A travel blog entry by jenniferbowman

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... that looked something like a small groundhog and heard birds that sounded like babies crying. It’s the low season, but Victoria Falls still puts on an impressive show with water thundering hundreds of metres to the canyon below. We saw the David ...

The smoke that thunders, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

The smoke that thunders

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva

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Today was basically living the dream. After breakfast we were picked up by Calvin who took us to Victoria Falls. It was spectacular. The volume of water cascading over the rocks is truly awesome. It is a never-ending wall of water. The height is pretty ...

as they say in africa, T.I.A. (this is africa), Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

as they say in africa, T.I.A. (this is africa)

A travel blog entry by thisisthelife

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... walked with lions, bunjee jumped off the highest bunjee jump in the world, done 3 gorge swings, zip lined, microlighted over the victoria falls, taken a sunset cruise on the zambezi river and walked down the victoria falls. life is good. “I am not ...

Farewell, Africa!, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Farewell, Africa!

A travel blog entry by mebiner

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... left Botswana at 7:30 am, crossed the border into Zimbabwe where we had to switch vehicles, got taken to the Kingdom Hotel in Victoria Falls town where we gambled and won some Zimbabwe dollars in 2001 and there we switched to a third vehicle. We said bye ...

Heading back to South Africa again., Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Heading back to South Africa again.

A travel blog entry by bdyer

We finished with the northern part of the tour - the Zambesi River separates South Africa, Botswana, Zambia Zimbabwe and Namibia. What a great place to visit. All sorts of history and the name of Baden Powell and Dr. Livingstone comes up a ...

Bigger and better than before!, Victoria Falls, Zambia travel blog

Bigger and better than before!

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva

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... -going day, starting with a late breakfast and even later transfer to the falls. Our driver stayed with the van while we explored Victoria Falls for a second time. We noticed right away that there was more water this time, so the falls were even more full ...

Zambian Side - Victoria Falls, Victoria Falls - Zambia, Zimbabwe travel blog

Zambian Side - Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by mike.christine

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Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000167 EndHTML:0000003394 StartFragment:0000000454 EndFragment:0000003378 Victoria Falls. We made contact with our friends Carlos and Anita who had crossed into Zambia and we planned to meet in Livingstone. We spent the ...