Why Visit Victoria Falls

Victoria falls being the hosts of the World Heritage Site, the “Victoria Falls” hosts a number of adventure activities and its known for being the adventure capital of Africa. The first stop for most visitor the “Victoria Falls”, to experience the breathe taking experience of gazing at the majestic and the largest curtain of water plummet into 100m deep gorge. A few meters from the falls there is 100 year old bridge, a peace great architecture and ancient history where bungee jump, bridge abseil, flying fox and bridge tours are done with the “Victoria Falls” as a backdrop.  The bridge also marks the starting point of wildest white water rafting along the


Victoria Falls Activities

Whitewater Rafting

White Water Rafting

The deep water and steep canyon walls of the Mighty Zambezi below the offer arguably the wildest one-day trip on the planet!

Safety is an absolute priority and no experience is required to tackle the river's fierce rapids so just about anyone can do it including the faint-hearted! Multi-day trips are also available on request.

elephant back safaris

Elephant Ride

Exhilarating and extraordinary! That's the best way to describe the journey along ancient trails taken on the back of nature's true 'king of the beasts'. Each elephant can take two riders (excluding the handler) and the rider offers the possibility of spotting zebra, waterbuck, impala and other plains game.

Lion Encounter

Lion Walks

You are invited to 'walk with the lions' - a unique opportunity to observe and interact with lion cubs in their natural habitat. The lions are unrestrained and roam free as participants join them on a walk through riverine vegetation and African bush about 15 km from Town.

The experienced guides are only too happy to share their wealth of interesting facts on the life and behaviour of this threatened African species.

game drives

Game Drives

The Private reserve, located 12 km out of town boasts having Africa’s “Big Five”: elephant, leopard, lion, buffalo and is the only place in the region where the endangered white rhino can be found.

Options include the early morning game drive with breakfast served within the reserve and the night game drive in search of elusive nocturnal game ending with a beautifully set up bush dinner under the African night sky.

Big Air Activities

Collectively known as the 'Big Air Experience', the Bunji jump, Bridge swing and Bridge slide are perfect for the adrenaline junkie! At 111 metres, the bunji jump off the historic Bridge is the third highest in the world.

The bridge swing starts with a terrifying 100 metre free fall swinging away from the bridge and ends with one of the most spectacular views of the gorge below. Although the bridge slide is considered 'tamer' than the first two, it takes guts to slide on a steel cable from one end of the gorge to the other.

sunsett cruises

Sunset Cruise

A superb way to relax and enjoy the beauty of the Mighty Zambezi.

Bordered on either side by the Zambezi National Park (Zimbabwe) and the Mosi oa tunya national Park (Zambia), the Zambezi River offers the visitor the opportunity to spot a variety of game including hippo, elephant and a wide variety of bird species not to mention the amazing African sunset.

Options include: breakfast cruise, lunch cruise, dinner cruise and bird watching cruises.

high wire

Highwire Activities

The 'High Wire' activities include: Abseiling (a 53 metre descent down the gorge on the end of a rope), Flying fox (a cable slide across the gorge high above the river) and the Gorge swing in which participants get flung over the edge of the gorge in a body harness falling some 70 metres and swinging right across the gorge and back until momentum runs out.

helicopter flights

Helicoter Flights

Known as the 'flight of angels', the helicopter flight is one of the best ways to view the majestic falls and undoubtedly one of the most popular activities in Victoria Falls. Options include the 12-13 minute flight and the longer 25 minute flight which includes a short flip over the Zambezi national Park in search of game.

Boma Dinner

Situated within theSafari Lodge complex, the Boma Restaurant provides more than just a meal. It's a total cultural experience that floods the senses with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa! Diners are invited to sample local cuisine and ethnic delicacies such as the mopane worm and deep-fried kapenta served with the typical Zimbabwean warmth and hospitality. The evening is punctuated with a variety of local dances and capped with an energetic interactive drumming show.


The canoe trails operate above the and are the perfect activity for those who seek to experience the tranquillity of the Zambezi River as they gently paddle downstream. Options include full day trips with a lunch stop on one of the many islands dotted on the river, half day trips (including the famous 'wine route') and multi-day trips in which participants get to camp in the African wilderness.

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