Victoria Falls International Airport
The airport is located 21 km South-East of Victoria Falls Town. It is home to one of the Seven (7) Natural Wonders of the World and a World Heritage site “The Majestic Victoria Falls” locally known as Mosi-oa Tunya (The smoke that thunders). The waterfall mesmerizes with its thunderous cascading sheets of falling water spanning 1,708metres wide and 108metres high on the Zambezi River. It is at the hub of a vast, pristine wildlife-rich tourism belt. Victoria Falls offers conferencing and leisure facilities, with over 50 scintillating tourist activities earning itself the title ‘Africa’s Adventure Capital’.
Besides offering access to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls International Airport is naturally located in a central position in the Southern Africa Region earning itself the title “Regional Tourism Hub”. Passengers can connect from Victoria Falls International Airport to any of the eight (8) countries in Southern Africa namely Zambia, South Africa, Botswana, Angola, Congo, Malawi, Mozambique and Namibia within two hours. The airport occupies an area of approximately 500 hectares and started operations in 1966 as a regional airport.
Victoria Falls is a core part of the world’s largest Trans-Frontier Conservation Area; the Kavango Zambezi Trans-Frontier Conservation Area, (KAZA-TFCA), which spans Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia, Botswana and Angola. The KAZA TFCA is an international eco-tourism development area that straddles boundaries of five (5) countries that share the Kavango and upper Zambezi River basins