Victoria Falls is one of the wonders of the natural world. It is called “Mosi-oa-Tunya”, meaning, in the local language, “the smoke that thunders”, which describes the spray and the roar as the Zambezi River drops 300 feet into the narrow gorge below. The Falls have fascinated travellers since David Livingstone was the first European explorer to see the Falls in 1855. A visit to Victoria Falls is a definate MUST if doing a safari in nearby Botswana, Zambia or in Zimbabwe. We will arrange all necessary transfers, accommodations and activities for you.
A collection of 5 mind-blowing extreme adrenalin activities set on the edge of the Batoka Gorge, 300m from the Victoria Falls. There is something for every age, level of madness and courage!
Daily lunchtime cruise; enjoy African cuisine. Pick up from hotel at 12h00 for cruise departure at 12h30. Return to hotel at 14h30.
A death defying leap into the Gorge off the Bridge, which is 111m high! Age restriction is 14, minimum weight 40 kgs, maximum weight 140 kgs.
Gently glide downriver exploring inlets, islands and rocky outcrops, getting close to nature, and ride gentle grade 1 or 2 rapids.
This safari begins with a road transfer across the border at Kazangula (approx. 1 hour from Vic Falls) and includes a boat/pontoon cruise and game drive in open 4×4 vehicles. Lunch is taken at a lodge on the banks of the Chobe River. The Safari begins at 7.30 returning around 18.30. Excludes visa fee.
David Livingstone Museum
David Livingstone Museum – houses memorabilia of the Explorer and Missionary and offers an interesting insight into the life and work of one of the world’s greatest explorers. Railway Museum – dedicated to the past when Livingstone was the Railway Capital of the region with a unique collection of ancient locomotives and coaches.
Elephant Back Safari
This is an elephant experience rather than an elephant safari, and guests are encouraged to interact with the elephants and experience close up as well as ride them through the African Bush. The excursion lasts 3-4 hours.
Flight of Angels – Helicopter 12-15 minutes / 25-30 minutes An ideal birds eye view of the Zambezi River, the Falls and the Gorges! This excursion gives a better understanding of the zig zag gorge system and how it developed.
Historical Bridge Tour
Learn the fascinating history of the Victoria Falls Bridge, and some of the amusing stories, whilst touring the historical structure. Age limit of 10 years and weight limit of 140 kgs.
Spend approximately one hour walking with Lions in the African bush. The lions are free to run and if lucky enough you might see them stalking prey.
Livingstone Island Lunch
The island is on the very lip of the Falls on the Zambian side of the border, and is one of the world’s most unusual picnic sites! The lunches cater for a maximum of 10, from January to June (approximately).
Local African Village
Tour an authentic African Village, where you will be invited to meet the village’s head woman who will tell you of the village’s history, traditions and culture. You will see the people at work, be invited into their homes and lives!
Flight of Angels Microlight For the fearless, a thrilling combination of flying and exploring, as you sail above the magnificent Falls without the constraints of a closed cabin – feeling the wind in your hair and sun on your face!
Tour of Victoria Falls
A guided tour of one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World! The local name Mosi oa Tunya (meaning: “the smoke that thunders”) occurs when the tranquil expanse of the Zambezi River plunges over a chasm 1708m wide and 103m deep, creating a shower of spray and a deafening noise!
White Water Rafting
An exhilarating half or full day adventure, beginning with a descent into the 100m Batoka Gorge! The white water section of the Zambezi River below the Falls consists of a series of turbulent rapids, some classified as grade 5, and calm, placid stretches in between to catch your breath! The trip ends with a steep walk out of the Gorge!