Without a shadow of a doubt, Victoria Falls is Zimbabwe's biggest tourist destination. The town is aptly named after Victoria Falls, and its main purpose is to accommodate visitors wishing to see the falls.
Don't expect to have your socks charmed off by the town: it has several top end hotels that are money-grubbing centres, and most sights and activities are hideously overpriced. But where the town lacks in character, it is made up for by its convenience: the town is within walking distance of the falls, and is filled to the brim with markets and tourist shops; useful for travellers who are ending their African journey in Zimbabwe.
Vic Falls is notorious for lacking in most things, including simple ingredients. Expect that your cereal may not come with milk, and that most items on the menu won't be available; but intriguingly, beer is always available, and is cheaper than water. Now do not all rush here at once.
Wildlife is just around the corner as it still remains Africa. Monkeys, elephants and exotic birds are not staying away.
People travel from all over the world to visit the Victoria Falls. When explorer David Livingstone first laid eyes upon the falls, he said 'scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angel…