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If desired, you are allowed to walk across the bridge to the Zambia side. Make sure to take your passport with you and request a bridge pass from the border officials. It is a good vantage point for photos of the Zambezi River and valley...More
We had come from Zambia and Owen taxi and tours were taking us to our hotel, we asked them if it was ok to get out and walk across and they said there is not problems with it so one of the drivers walked with...More
Visited Victoria Falls. You begin the tour and walk along the falls. The falls probably go a half mile or more, they circle around. This bridge is at the beginning of your tour, and it is used daily by traffic
This bridge is so lovely and is perched close to the great Victoria Falls
Nice to walk too and lovely to see from afar
The heritage museum in the Elephant Walk has a display explaining it’s construction
You can get a great photo of the...More
We were let down by one of the transport companies and decided to walk back to the Zambian side from the Victoria Falls Park.
The bridge itself is over 100 years old and spans the Gorge. The centre is used as a launching point for...More
You can't help but notice the bridge when you hit the falls. If you do the Victoria Falls tour, you can get some great shots of the bridge from the Zimbabwe side. I noticed many people going for walks & bike rides across the bridge...More
Response from RobertFGCarter | Reviewed this property |
The Kaza visa is available from the immigration desk in the airport but usually only one of the kiosks has it so you may be pushed from one to another until you find the right one. When we arrived in April it was 2nd from... More
The Kaza visa is available from the immigration desk in the airport but usually only one of the kiosks has it so you may be pushed from one to another until you find the right one. When we arrived in April it was 2nd from right (ignore the sign saying Zim nationals). You only need a yellow fever cert. if travelling from a country with it. So unless you've stopped over or been to one before you should be ok. Check out the UK NHS web site which has very good advice on vaccinations.
Response from Lutia2015 | Reviewed this property |
I want to add to my previous comment . There are a lot of local people crossing the borders daily (pedestrian ). Be at the border as early as you can . If you are going to view the falls , (walk down) why not cross the... More
I want to add to my previous comment . There are a lot of local people crossing the borders daily (pedestrian ). Be at the border as early as you can . If you are going to view the falls , (walk down) why not cross the bride the same day ? You are there .
Response from Ashleigh Young M | Reviewed this property |
Not at all. If your intention is just 'walking' across the bridge then there shouldn't be a problem.
Other than that, be prepared to carry your travelling documents for immigration offices purposes.