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Victoria Falls Bridge

Livingstone Way, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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Livingstone Way, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
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"bungee jumping"
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"immigration office"
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"piece of paper"
in 11 reviews
"no man's land"
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"zimbabwe border"
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"border post"
in 23 reviews
"great walk"
in 11 reviews
"both sides"
in 29 reviews
"different perspective"
in 14 reviews
"zambezi river"
in 38 reviews
"zip line"
in 32 reviews
"national park"
in 14 reviews
"dry season"
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"passport"
in 117 reviews
"engineering"
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"falls"
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Great view of the falls and of the falls bungee jump easy walk from the town with the Zimbabwe/ Zambia border smack bang in its center

Thank chrissy1956954
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Take a walk through the Zimbabwe border post out onto the railway bridge for an amazing view of the falls. You need your passport but dont actually leave the country. The railway line is the only line connecting Cairo and Capetown

Thank j0hnty47
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Had an great time at VF Bridge...Beautiful! Photo opts spectacular. Highly recommend a visit here. watch for the bunjee jumpers!

1  Thank teri w
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wasn’t expecting such an amazing view of the Falls emptying into the gorge & the Zambezi on the other side. There’s only one Entrance/Exit from the Vic Falls National Park so need to walk up Livingstone Way to Zim immigration so need your passport, don’t...More

1  Thank NiloSu
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The view on Zimbabwe side must be seen too - it's bigger than Zambian side but you have to pay (free at Avani hotel) and dodge the locals who want to befriend you for money

Thank Zena H
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Need a fix for the adrenaline -- do the jump at the bridge to Zambia. This is magical and mind blowing as you loose everything to the fall, just you and space. COOL

Thank 567susy
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You will experience wonderful views while crossing the bridge – remember ponchos as you might get a little wet. The walk and border crossing can be a bit chaotic and hectic at times, but we never felt unsafe. We had gotten the kaza/uni visa so...More

Thank MN0975
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a historic bridge and can’t be missed. You can even take a tour and go into the bridge and see the underside. Also bungee or zip-line on the fantastic bridge. But take your passport, tell the border post that you are just going...More

1  Thank fhkeller
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

They call it the "Smoke that Thunders" as the water literally thunders as it crashes into the river. Also for the adventurous, adrenaline filled junkies, there is bungee jumping which will let you drop 128m into the Zambezi River!

Thank Ashleigh Young M
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The view of the bridge is quite something and amazing to think that it was completely constructed in England, dismantled, transported to Victoria Falls and rebuilt over this imposing gorge. If visiting the Falls you will get a good view at the end of the...More

Thank Valerie037
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Ahmed S
14 July 2018|
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Response from elmien2 | Reviewed this property |
No you don’t have to book. Yes they make a video and take photo’s. Not too sure about the go-pro rental.
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GeorgijusShadow
3 June 2018|
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Response from Pickiepockie | Reviewed this property |
It really depends on the amount of water going over the falls, from February to July is usually best depending on the rainfall they've had, and how much spray is drifting down through the gap to the Boiling Pot.
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Tunasan
23 April 2018|
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Response from Suraya69 | Reviewed this property |
No visa required if not crossing the bridge - have passports at hand at the Zimbabwe exit office and inform them that you are not crossing the bridge - just walking on it. We had visitors walking with us and that's all they... More
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