Cheap one-way & return flights to Victoria Falls from London
Flights from Victoria Falls to London
Which airlines fly from the UK to Victoria Falls?
Following is the schedule of airlines flying from UK to Victoria Falls before COVID-19.
- British Airways: Daily flights to Victoria Falls (LHR-VFA) with options to connect Kenya Airways at Nairobi or South African Airways at JNB.
- South African Airways: London to Victoria Falls flights are available daily via Johannesburg.
- Ethiopian Airlines: Ethiopian Airlines manages two daily flights from Heathrow to Victoria Falls via Addis Ababa.
- Kenya Airways: From Heathrow. Kenya Airways has regular Victoria Falls flights via Nairobi.
How long is the flight to Victoria Falls from UK?
There is no direct flight from the UK to Victoria Falls. The flight time is determined by the length of stopover of each airline. However, the shortest flight from London Heathrow to Victoria Falls with a brief stopover takes 14 hours approximately.
What are the cheapest airlines to fly from London to Victoria Falls?
South African Airways is the cheapest airline for flights from London to Victoria Falls. The fares of South African Airways compete with Qatar Airways, but where Doha is out of the way, flights via Johannesburg to Victoria Falls are quick and a better option.
Which airlines offer Victoria Falls flights with flexible ticket options?
Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways offer Victoria Falls flights with flexible ticket options. It provides you protection against cancelled flights and gives you an option to reschedule your flight once for free. For validity and details, please check the airlines’ website or speak to our consultant.
How can I find cheap flights to Victoria Falls in December ?
You can contact our travel agents who will help you get the cheap flights to Victoria Falls. At travelhouseuk, we urge our customers to reach out to us at least six weeks before their departure date. Moreover, you can benefit from the price markdown only if your dates are flexible.
Can I book Victoria Falls flights in instalments?
Yes, travelhouseuk offers Victoria Falls (VFA) flights in instalments through the Fly Now Pay Later program. You can book your flights with a minimum deposit of 25 GBP and pay the rest in monthly instalments of up to 12 months.
Which are the major international airports in Victoria Falls city?
Victoria Falls city has only one International airport, namely Victoria Falls International Airport. The airport is only a 20-minute taxi ride from the grand waterfall and processes to 1 million eco-tourists annually.
How far is the Victoria Falls international airport from the city centre?
Victoria Falls Airport is being used to serve the tourism industry of Victoria Falls. The waterfall is 18 kilometres from the town of Victoria Falls.
What is the best time to visit Victoria Falls?
Ideally, tours to Victoria Falls are in full swing during April and May, just after the rainy season. It is when the snow in the highlands has fully melted, and the immense torrent of water delights white water rafters. The meltwater rushes down at full capacity and offers the panoramic views of thundering waterfalls. The splendour of Victoria Falls safaris is also best enjoyed in June, July and August. During these summer months, the temperature hovers between 22 C and 28 C, and there is not a rainy cloud in sight.
What are the major landmarks in Victoria Falls city?
- Breathe in the mist perfuming from the Victoria Falls, as the gushing waters scatter and thunder on stones below.
- Feel young again and experience white water rafting on the Zambezi River.
- Sway with the beating heart of nature, among the elephants and the wildebeests at Zambezi National Park.
- Rediscover yourself with your loved ones on a sunset cruise over the Zambezi River.
- Witness the Boabob tree cluster near Victoria Falls town. The trees are both alien-looking and a spectacle.
- Peer over the famous Victoria Falls Bridge, connecting Zambia and Zimbabwe, and let the sense of falling water cleanse your soul.
Why visit Victoria Falls?
There is no need to ask why; this town is named after the spectacular wild card of nature – Victoria Falls, which is undoubtedly a heavenly destination. The most massive uninterrupted sheet of falling water is a hotspot for tourists from around the world. Whether you want to enjoy the water splash by standing on the Knife-Edge Bridge or by diving into the Devil’s pool, you are surely going to make a memory of a lifetime.
How to get around Victoria Falls city?
You can get around on foot, as most of the sites are within 3 kilometres from Victoria Falls. There are plentiful cabs to carry you within the town. Also, most of the hotels do offer shuttle services to their guests. There is a variety of tour operators and car rentals, offering a range of rental vehicles. You can also find affordable taxis at the airport.
Which are the best hotels to stay in Victoria Falls?
- Pamusha Lodge
- The Kingdom Hotel
- Bayete Guest Lodge
- Cresta Sprayview
- Tatenda Lodge
- Mopani Lodge
- Backpackers Lodge
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