I have just booked to do Cape Town - Victorial Falls for next October thinking this was a good time to go as it's warmer and dryer. However, I have just read that the falls on the Zambia side at this time of year are barely more than a trickle.
Would appreciate any advise from anyone who has done this trip/ been to the falls around this time of year. Is it worth going then or should I consider changing the date to later in the year?
As far as I can see from the trip notes there is no opportunity to go over to the Zimbabwe side where they are flowing more freely.
thanks in advance
thanks. that's really useful - if we have the opportunity to go over to the Zimbabwe side that would be the best of both worlds to see them dry and also flowing
This is how I saw them from the Zambian side in October 2010.
I'd be interested in what you think about this as i'm hoping to go same time next year and this has been my main consideration about what time to go.
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