British Airways flights to Victoria Falls land at Victoria Falls Airport, around 13 miles south of Victoria Falls town. After your flight lands, take an organised shuttle bus into Victoria Falls town, around a mile from the majestic Victoria Falls waterfall.
Zimbabwe is undergoing a time of continuing political and economic tension and the advice of the British Foreign Office is against all but essential travel. In the current climate, visitors should exercise extreme caution, and avoid remote or farming areas, demonstrations in high density suburban areas and public transport. Contact the embassy for up-to-date advice on Zimbabwe before booking a flight to Victoria Falls.
Most flights to Victoria Falls are met by lodge and resort shuttle buses, which whisk you to your Victoria Falls accommodation. If you are travelling independently, jump in a taxi or hire a car directly to your hotel in Victoria Falls after your flight. It's a 30-minute journey along a good highway to Victoria Falls town centre. Before your flight home from Victoria Falls, ensure you have organised fuel vouchers if you hired a car, as there are shortages.
Flights to Victoria Falls take you close to one of the natural wonders of the world. Victoria Falls' striking basalt gorges mean you can walk just 200 feet from the waterfalls' face. Spot rhino at Victoria Falls National Park or walk along the Zambezi River. Cross the Victoria Falls Bridge into Zambia or take a flight over Victoria Falls. You can even book a microlight flight across Victoria Falls for sheer adrenaline. Bring hard currency on your trip to Victoria Falls and look out for Shona carvings and handmade baskets to take home on your flight from Victoria Falls.