Amazing 3 nights in Victoria Falls!
Please don't just look at the falls and leave. There is so much to do. You need to use Boo who knows so much more than your travel agent about the area. She helped with me with all my activites and every thing ran so smoothly. I asked many questions and she was always there for me, We stayed at ilala Hotel which I can also say was wonderful. They we also so helpful and friendly. We started our first day with the Boma dinner which was a fun night out. Then the next day we went over to Royal Livingstone hotel to do a breakfast on the Island Breezer which we were able to do Devil's Pool because the water was down. If you get a chance please do this it was the most amazing thing we did in our three week trip. Even if you can't do the Island go see the hotel it's a beautiful setting perfect for a lunch. For our lunch we went to Victoria Falls Safari Club for at Makuwa Kuwa Restuant which is beautiful for lunch and you can see the Vulture Feeding before which starts at 1pm everyday. Later we walked to the falls and went into the Natural Park to see all the different vantage points. Bring a jacket you will get wet from the mist. Also bring cash. Think it is about $30-40 to get in. But very worth it, The next day we did the canopy tour. It was a great valve and so fun. The guides are a riot and makes for a great morning. In the afternoon we did the helicopter 25 min flight. If you haven't been on a Safari yet I would do the longer flight. You will see elephants and giraffes from the air. Another fun thing to do is go over to Victoria Falls Hotel for lunch or high tea. Very different hotel than Illala. If it's a full moon do as we did the Lunar Rainbow Tour. You walk at night and will see a moon-bow. But you do have to pay the $ 35-40 to get in the Natural Park again.
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