The Victoria Falls remains one of the most spectacular natural wonders of the world, aptly described by its nickname “Mosi-oa-Tunya” – meaning the smoke that thunders.

This World Heritage Site is almost 2km wide and over 100m high, is halfway along the mighty Zambezi River and straddles two countries – Zimbabwe and Zambia. Victoria Falls is the town on the Zimbabwean side and Livingstone is on the Zambian side, both have international airports and well established tourism facilities and services. The highest water level is between April to June, while this is impressive to see, and hear, it does make visibility limited with the amount of spray that is churned up. During the lowest water level months from October to December the geological formation of the Falls is clearly visible and it is possible to visit Livingstone Island and swim in Devil’s Pool.


Guided Tour Of The Falls

Get the full Victoria Falls experience as you are guided through the Victoria Falls rainforest, to take in one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. You’ll be amazed at how much you will see and learn about the mighty falls, from facts about the local geology, to its importance in the local culture. You will also be given plenty of opportunities to take magnificent photographs.

Zambezi Sunset Cruise

A Victoria Falls must, the legendary Zambezi Sunset Cruise is a great, family friendly activity that offers amazing views of the powerful Zambezi river as well as that famous African sunset. Enjoy a complimentary sundowner drink as the knowledgeable crew tells you all about the local environment. It is the only way to end your day out at Victoria Falls.

Flight Of Angels

Marvel at the power of Victoria Falls as you soar high above the water, through the towering column of mist that sprays up from the 1700m long waterfall. Known locally as “Mosi oa Tunya” (the smoke that thunders), you’ll see how the Falls earned its name while you circle the area and take in the stunning views. It is the best way to understand the full scale of this World Heritage Site.

Bridge Jump, Slide Or Swing

The Victoria Falls Bridge offers three incredible and heart racing activities. Visitors have the opportunity to bungee jump off the historic,128m bridge, down into the deep ravine below. For a slightly different thrill, guests can embrace their inner child and get on the bridge swing. Go solo or with a partner and swing off the bridge in a huge arch. Finally, for a tamer, but still exciting experience, visitors can take the bridge slide, a 300m zipline from one side of the bridge to the other.

White Water Rafting

Victoria Falls offers visitors white water rafting, where you can get up close and personal with the mighty Zambezi. For low water rafting sessions, the best time of the year would be between August and December. During this period, guests will take on rapids #1 to #19, many of which are graded 5. High water season is between the months of January & February and June & July. This 15km session begins downstream from the Falls, starting at rapid #11 and ending at rapid #24. 

Chobe Day Trip

The Chobe National Park is world famous and is home to one of the largest big game populations on the continent. Only an hour’s drive outside of Livingstone, guests will be treated to breathtaking vistas and to notch game viewing while on a game drive through the park. There will be plenty to see as the Chobe River borders the park, allowing for some interesting interactions between the local wildlife. This is a trip not to be missed.

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