Why Travel to Victoria Falls?
- A number of ancient ruined cities, like Great Zimbabwe, have survived from the Monomotapa Empire
- Hwange National Park has an enormous variety and density of game. It is especially known for its huge elephant herds and predator sightings
- Wealth of San Bushman rock paintings
- Three other World Heritage Sites: Mana Pools National Park, the Great Zimbabwe Ruins and the Khame Ruins
- Matetsi Private Game Reserve, along the banks of the Zambezi River, is well known for its vast elephant and buffalo herds
Since its “discovery” by Scottish missionary and explorer Dr David Livingstone in 1855, the Victoria Falls has attracted travellers from far and wide in search of adventure and discovery. Its exceptional scenery and elegant hotels have made it a favourite with honeymooners and those looking for a romantic getaway. The town of Victoria Falls is a traveller’s delight, with loads of adrenalin-packed adventures, beautiful attractions, restaurants and hotels. Renowned as a World Heritage Site, this region also boasts great game viewing in the pristine reserves surrounding the Falls.
- Victoria Falls was named for Queen Victoria
- Lake Kariba is one of the world’s largest man-made lakes
- The country’s name means “great stone house” in Shona, in a tribute to the Great Zimbabwe ruins
- Cecil John Rhodes is buried at the Matobo Hills
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