Victoria Falls FAQs
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For more specific information regarding whether or not a Visa to travel to Zimbabwe is required – kindly see http://www.experiencezimbabwe.com/guide/visa-requirements
Next would be Livingstone Airport (Zambia), which is approximately 60 minutes by road transfer (subject to Zambian and Zimbabwean customs clearance)
Management would also be more than happy to assist in the arrangement of any additional transfers that may be required.
We recommend a minimum period of approximately three days as we have found that it is often just not possible to comfortably fit in all the wonderful activities that the Lodge and Victoria Falls area in general has to offer. The maximum length is completely up to you.
Although the tribes that are native to the area are the Ndebele and Tonga, Shona is also spoken by many of the people. This is probably mostly due to people in the tourism industry migrating to the area. The other fairly prominent tribe or language from this area is Namibia; a people found predominantly in the Hwange area that has also spread up to The Falls.
Across the River, on the Zambian side, are the Lozi and the Toka Leya people.
|1 January||New Year’s Day|
|18 April||Independence Day|
|25 May||Africa Day|
|2 July||The Public Women’s Day and Children’s Day|
|Second Monday in August||Heroes’ Day|
|Second Tuesday in August||Armed Forces Day|
|18-23 Dec||Unity week|
|25 December||Christmas Day|
|26 December||Boxing Day|
|27-31 December||Shangani week|