Victoria Falls is located within 100 km of the four corners of Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia. It thus provides access to all of the countries.  Points of note within a reasonable distance are Chobe National Park in Botswana and the Mosi-oa-Tanya National Park in Zambia.

By Plane
British Airways and South African Airways offer daily flights between Johannesburg (JNB) and Victoria Falls Airport (VFA). Air Zimbabwe also offers flights between Victoria Falls Airport and other destinations within Zimbabwe –

Direct flights can be had from Nelspruit Airport (Kruger National Park) to Livingstone three times a week. Any flights from Kruger to Victoria Falls must go through Johannesburg.

Air France 
Flies to Victoria Falls, Harare and Bulawayo
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British Airways 
Flies to Victoria Falls, Harare and Bulawayo
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Egypt Air
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Ethiopian Airways
Flies to Victoria Falls and Harare
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Emirates
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Fastjet
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FlyAfrica
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Kenya Airways
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Kulula
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KLM
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South African Airways
Flies to Victoria Falls, Harare and Bulawayo
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Air Namibia
Flies to Victoria Falls and Harare
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Air Botswana
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LAM (Mozambique Airlines)
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South African Airlink
Flies to Victoria Falls, Harare and Bulawayo
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South African Express
Flies to Victoria Falls, Harare and Bulawayo
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TAAG (Angola Airlines)
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Zambezi Airlines
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Air Zimbabwe
Flies to Victoria Falls, Harare, Bulawayo and Kariba
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By train
The classic way of reaching Victoria Falls is by the overnight train from Bulawayo, now back to running daily again. This train still uses lovely but somewhat downtrodden British 1950s coaches.

First class tickets are $12 while second class goes for $8, no bed linen included. With old coaches and bad maintenance, do not expect everything to work fine or sleep too well. However, the scenery is fantastic and during the last few hours before reaching Victoria Falls you’re guaranteed to see a lot of wildlife.

Departure from Bulawayo is at 7:30 PM, arriving the next morning at 9 AM, although delays are more the norm than the exception.

By Car
The roads within Zimbabwe are not very good, with potholes commonplace. The most direct way to Victoria Falls overland is from Bulawayo. There is a good road network from the South African border at Beit Bridge right through to the falls.

It’s possible to drive in through Livingstone. Crossing an international border with a vehicle, however, will incur extra costs like carbon tax and insurance. Very annoying is the time consuming and disorganised procedure of obtaining a ‘temporary import permit’ for the car at the Zambian border post. Once at the Zimbabwe border post, the whole procedure is to be repeated, though it is a bit faster but also expensive.

Coming from Namibia or Botswana. the best road is from Kasane in Botswana using the Kazungula border post. Distance to Vic Falls is 70 km.

By Bus
Buses operated by Intercape the route between Windhoek in Namibia to Victoria Falls three times a week. The bus stops on the Zambian side, you have to cross the border by foot. A journey takes just over 14 hours.

In Zambia side, there is mostly recommended Mazhandu Family Bus. They have several buses every day. It takes around 5-6 hours from Lusaka to Livingstone. Roads are not bad and you can watch African life in day time trip.

Taxis
Two reliable guys that I have worked with and are great are Edward (+263 773 503 398) and Charlie (+263 )

See & Do
Besides the falls themselves, there are numerous land and water based activities to keep you busy for a day or two.

There is substantial opportunity to shop in Victoria Falls, and you can find a good deal. The curio markets are just behind the post office and have dozens of tourist shops from which you may select wood and stone carvings, jewellery, t-shirts, curios, books, postcards, artwork, etc.

Vic Falls has a sprinkling of top class restaurants, several African buffets often included in package tours, and a few coffee shops, sandwich shops, and fast food options.