Victoria Falls

Last Friday I left Australia, after having spent two years (minus four days) in the country. It took 36 hours to get there with two layovers: both in Perth and Johannesburg. First stop was Victoria Falls, to start nine days of camping in Africa, in Zimbabwe, a night in Botswana and to finish off two nights in Kruger National Park in South Africa.

I was under the impression that visiting Victoria Falls would be similar to visiting Niagara Falls, however this was not the case. There is a US$30 entrance fee, and takes the best part of an hour to get around if you’re rushing it. Apparently, the view is better from Namibia, though I was quite done with going through border security and didn’t fancy paying extra for a visa.

For me, it took around an hour and a half to get around and got soaked from the spray. Over the past two and a half years I’ve seen quite a few waterfalls, lived in Tasmania for a couple of weeks and seen nature that is simply stunning, and Victoria Falls tops the list.

In terms of the town, I couldn’t walk a hundred meters without someone trying to sell me something that neither want nor need, and I did get a few men giving me unwanted compliments. Another thing that I hadn’t expected was to see so many baboons in the street; I went to buy some water from the supermarket and on the way there saw one drinking from a puddle in the middle of the pavement.





2 thoughts on “Victoria Falls

  1. Lin 6th August 2018 / 7:09 pm

    Hi Sarah the photos are great…. somewhere definitely on my list.
    Actually Hannah in South Africa at the moment too. She is in Cape Town at the moment working her way up to J’burg and Kruger….
    Take Care and enjoy your trip.
    Lin. Xx

    • admin 12th August 2018 / 1:34 pm

      Thanks Lin! Didn’t explore Johannesburg or Cape Town but Kruger was great.

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