Did you know - you can see Victoria Falls from Zimbabwe, Zambia AND the bridge in between? Last series of pics from Zim for now.
The bridge that connects the two countries is pretty unique in that they allow people to go into the no man's land area between border posts just to get a different view of the falls (or to bungee off the bridge if you feel so inclined). This is especially cool because it doesn't count as leaving Zimbabwe (thus requiring another entry on your visa) to get the great views.
You can see the bridge from within the park on (2nd pic) and from the Vic Falls Hotel (3rd) on the Zim side, and just walk up to it as it's easy to access the border post on foot. They'll give you a temporary, stamped paper to enter the area.
If you feel like it, you can bungee from the bridge, or just enjoy the views and take pictures with the signs that you're entering Zambia and Zimbabwe, respectively. You'll get "rained" on from the falls in high water season and can certainly pick up knick knacks from ambitious vendors taking advantage of the foot traffic.
No, I don't count this as my visit to Zambia 😜. And last, but of course not least, don't forget to turn your back on the falls. The largest waterfall on Earth cuts a pretty beautiful canyon.
Where have you been to a cool border crossing?
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