(St. Francis Bay, South Africa)
Hi, As one alternative we are thinking to go by boat from Vic Falls to Kariba. The question we have is what kind of car we need from Vic Falls to Mlibizi.
In this alternative, we would further go from Kariba to Harare with the same rental car, instead of flying via Lusaka.
Many thanks in advance - Wolfgang, South Africa
Visit to Victoria Falls and Kariba October 2012 4 adults
I have a couple who have not been to Rhodesia and I want them to see the Falls and also go to Kariba. We have a booking at Lokatula Lodge from October 8th to 13th 2012 and from there we would like to go on the Ferry to Kariba. Can you help???
House in SA (Gouritsmond Western Cape) to swop for houseboat at Kariba
by Betsie Eybers
(Gouritsmond Western Cape)
Do you know anybody that wants to swop their houseboat at Kariba for our House at the sea near Mosselbay in SA (value 3 Mil. Rand)
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Love you website, I am so excited about our having our Honeymoon in Vic Falls/Kariba.
We will be visiting 16-22 Apr 2011
Something I've always heard about is taking a house boat trip on Lake Kariba. I didn't notice anything about this on your site. I did visit other sites but they where boring by comparison in information provided.
Given there is simply so much to see an do what feedback could you provide?
Much appreciated and thanks again for an informative unbiased site.
Kirsty & Tony
House Boats on Kariba
by Courteney Blunden
(Hoedspruit Limpopo South Africa)
It is Courteney Blunden from Africa on Foot, I was just wondering if you had any info on House Boats on Kariba and in particular costing and what would be included in the packages.
Thanks looking forward to your reply!
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