Joseph Bunga, the founder of Area 46, a Harare-based video production company, has returned to his home in Harare after a three month long stay in Victoria Falls at Lokuthula Lodges where he lived and worked, along with his children, Jared, 18, and Rebecca, 15. Africa Albida Tourism caught up with the producer of reality…
Travelers to southern Africa often ask when the best time of year to do a safari is, and Victoria Falls in the green season can be as good a time as any. The “green season” is the low season in Southern Africa, typically between January and June, with much of it falling in the warm rainy months
A road trip to Victoria falls with kids was such fun. During Zimbabwe’s current lockdown hotels, national parks and tourism attractions have
With the resumption of flights into Victoria Falls in October, and Zimbabwe’s land borders set to re-open on December 1, now is the time to start planning that special getaway to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World!
The Zambezi River is one of the legendary rivers of the world, rising in Zambia, flowing through Angola, along the edges of Namibia and Botswana, between Zambia and Zimbabwe and to Mozambique before emptying into the Indian Ocean.
While the Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, is undoubtedly the main attraction, many visitors delight in discovering the unexpected hidden gems from beneath the lush canopy of the rainforest.
Travel restrictions imposed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic have brought Zimbabwe’s top tourist destination to a standstill – the craft markets are closed, as are the many souvenir shops and hotels and the larger species of wildlife – particularly elephants – have returned to its quiet centre.
Victoria Falls is putting on its most glorious display of raw breath-taking beauty and intensity of the year, but with the rainy season over, in coming months it will drop to a fraction of its current volume.
By Marianne Betts Flows at the Victoria Falls have been increasing steadily since mid-November, when the rains began, with 585 cubic metres per second now tumbling majestically into the Batoka Gorge to form the world’s largest waterfall. This is over three times more than its lowest annual water level which was recorded in early November,…