- VICTORIA FALLS GUIDED TOUR
Victoria Falls—spanning more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) across the cliffs between Zimbabwe and Zambia—is known as the largest sheet of falling water in the world. The magnitude of the natural wonder makes it impossible to take in the entire attraction from one country. That’s why this guided tour includes excursions on both sides of the falls, while also exploring the history and culture of the area.
- LIVINGSTONE ISLAND AND DEVIL’S POOL WALKING SAFARI
This Victoria Falls tour with Devil’s Pool and Livingstone Island is made for adventure-seekers. After walking along the edge of Victoria Falls on the Zambian side and exploring Livingstone Island—taking time to snap photos along the way—swim out to Devil’s Pool, an enclave at the edge of Victoria Falls. This small-group tour is capped at just eight people to ensure personalized attention from your guide.
- DINNER CRUISE ON THE ZAMBEZI RIVER
Experience the beauty and the excitement of one of Africa’s most stunning destinations on this Zambezi River dinner cruise. Get an up close look at iconic Victoria Falls and enjoy Zambezi-style cuisine as you float along this popular river. Enjoy world-class service and meals prepared by an executive chef while you relax in Zambia’s natural landscape.
- RHINO WALKING SAFARI IN THE MOSI OTUNYA NATIONAL PARK
Meet one of Africa’s “Big Five” – the rare rhinoceros on a wilderness walk through the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park just upstream from the mighty Victoria Falls. Just upstream from the Victoria Falls lies the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, home to buffalo, impala, zebra, giraffe, warthog and the endangered white rhino.
On a rhino walk, you get to come close to the amazing and sadly highly endangered white rhino. A 4 x 4 safari through the park takes guests to the position where the trackers located the Rhinos. Here guests receive a briefing by the guides regarding the procedures and safety aspects of the walk.
- CHOBE DAY TRIP INTO CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
Visiting Chobe National Park from Victoria Falls is made easy when you go as part of a guided day trip. No need to worry about logistics—your guide has got you covered across round-trip border crossings and Chobe safari activities including a boat cruise and game drive. This tour even includes lunch for a comfortable trip.
- WHITE WATER RAFTING ON THE ZAMBEZI RIVER
This enables you to marvel at the magnificent beauty of the Batoka Gorge between some of the most exciting and challenging rapids rafted anywhere on the planet. Trips on offer vary from only a couple of hours to a full six days adventure all the way to Lake Kariba. The Zambezi will keep you on the edge every step of the way… Helicopter flight out of the gorge available as an option.
- MUKUNI VILLAGE TOUR AND HISTORY
See daily life in a traditional African village on a private tour to Mukuni Village. Unlike other villages that have been reconstructed specifically for tourists, Mukuni is an authentic community. You can interact with Leya people who are going about their daily lives, not docents putting on a show. Along the way, culture enthusiasts can learn about the local customs and traditional building techniques from a personal guide and villagers.
- VICTORIA FALLS FLIGHT OF THE ANGELS HELICOPTER FLIGHT
It originated from the phrase coined by David Livingstone when he first documented discovering the falls: “Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by Angels in Their Flight”. I think it is a great name, it describes this activity perfectly as it is surely one of the finest experiences you can have. At ground level you can feel the enormous power of the Victoria Falls as tremendous volumes of water pound into the chasm below. But it is only when you take to the air that you can take in the whole panorama and enormity of this mighty spectacle.
- BOMA DINNER WITH AFRICAN DANCE SHOW
Enjoy an unforgettable evening at The Boma Dinner & Drum Show in Victoria Falls with a delicious 4 course traditional dinner followed by an interactive African drumming experience.On arrival at the boma you will be presented with a traditional robe to get you into the mood. Prepare to be immersed in the vibrant atmosphere. Aromas of local dishes and game meat on the barbeque fill the restaurant. The Boma is partially open to the African skies and offers a unique experience. Your senses will be bombarded with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa. Enjoy the warmth and hospitality of Zimbabwe and it’s people. Once seated, you are invited to take part in a hand washing ceremony and to taste the local brew, before the four-course feast begins.
- LION AND CHEETAH INTERACTION SAFARI
Prepare to have all your “Lion King dreams” come true as you befriend and interact with two gorgeous, playful cub lions. You’ll be able to watch the cubs run, play, groom and cuddle right next to you! There are absolutely no chains or collars involved in the walks, just the company of your professional guides, who have, over the past months, become part of these cubs’ young pride. After the lion Walk you will proceed to another exciting encounter with cheetahs.