Victoria Falls National Park

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About Victoria Falls National Park

Victoria Falls National Park, located in Zimbabwe, encompasses the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world. Spanning the Zambezi River, it offers breathtaking views of the cascading waters and surrounding lush landscapes. Visitors can explore scenic trails, witness diverse wildlife such as elephants and baboons, and engage in thrilling activities like bungee jumping and white-water rafting. The park’s rich biodiversity and iconic landmark make it a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and adventurers alike.


  • Relaxing in Luxury Birdwatching
  • Photography Safaris
  • Exploring The Surrounding Rainforest
  • Visiting Local Markets
  • Wildlife Watching
  • Nature Walks
  • Enjoying Sunset Cruises On The Zambezi River
  • Taking Scenic Helicopter or Microlight Flights Over The Falls

Victoria Falls experiences a subtropical climate characterized by distinct wet and dry seasons.

Climate and Weather

Victoria Falls has a subtropical climate with distinct wet (November to April) and dry (May to October) seasons. Wet months are hot with frequent afternoon thunderstorms, while dry months offer clear skies and cooler temperatures. Dry season is optimal for most activities, while wet season showcases the falls’ full splendor.

Dry Season

  1. (May to October): This season brings drier and cooler conditions to Victoria Falls. Rainfall is minimal, and skies are generally clear with plenty of sunshine. Daytime temperatures range from 64°F (18°C) to 86°F (30°C), while nighttime temperatures can drop significantly, especially in the winter months (June to August). The dry season is considered the best time to visit Victoria Falls for activities such as wildlife safaris, helicopter flights, and scenic viewpoints, as the water levels at the falls gradually decrease, offering clearer views and better opportunities for certain activities like white-water rafting.

Wet Season

(November to April): During this period, Victoria Falls receives the majority of its rainfall, with peak levels typically occurring between December and February. Temperatures are warm to hot, ranging from 68°F (20°C) to 95°F (35°C). High humidity is common, and frequent afternoon thunderstorms can occur. The falls are at their most impressive with a high volume of water flowing over them, but activities such as white-water rafting may be affected by the high water levels.