Welcome to Victoria Falls.com

Victoria falls; spectacular nature, adventures, golf, casino and wildlife.

On victoriafalls.com you are in direct contact with safari operators and other adventure providers, who are the producers of the service. You will find accommodations and adventures for all budgets. Victoria Falls Town and Livingstone Town on each side of the Zambezi River, are hot spots for adventure seeking travellers. Walking with lions, elephant back riding, bungee jumping and white water rafting starting from below the falls. These are only a few examples of activities which keeps you busy for a week. You can play golf and fly around and get some photos from the above of the mighty Victoria Falls, or play on a Casino. The towns have museums and a rich variety of traditional culture, mixed with the wildlife.  Hotels, lodges, guest houses and B&B’s are within walking distance from the Victoria falls. And most of the accommodations can organise transfer between the airports, the Victoria Falls and the towns.

All services produced by Victoria Falls.com and Safari Lodges.com is for free for our visitors, who have taken the time to " Register " some basic contact details. Victoria Falls.com and Safari Lodge.com does not give preference to any specific service provider, our visitors preferences has the ultimate priority to us. Victoria Falls.com in co-operation with Safari Lodges.com facilitates and makes it easier for you to contact service providers directly, and to keep good records of your enquiries. From SafariLodges.com you can send multiple enquiries, and every single response will be matched against the corresponding enquiry. You can easily monitor the progress of your plan and line up a time schedule.

Where to stay in Victoria Falls Town: 
Ilala Lodge , Victoria Falls Safari Lodge , Sprayview Hotel , Lokuthula Lodge, Gorges Lodge .

Where to stay in Livingstone Town:
The Stone Guest House , The River Club , Toka Leya Camp , Taita Falcon Lodge.

Welcome to VictoriaFalls.com and SafariLodges.com.
Tommy Hemmingsson

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