-Victoria Falls Activities-

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Visit the Rain Forest and see the Victoria Falls

Enjoy a birds-eye view from a helicopter with The Flight of the Angels.

See breathtaking sunsets on a sundowner cruise, on the mighty Zambezi.

Elephant Encounter Safari with African Elephant.

Safari encounter with Lions. Experience 2 activities in one.

Enjoy a night drive for game viewing and a bush dinner on an open vehicle safari.

Experience the worlds wildest White Water rafting.

Play golf at Elephant Hills

Bungi from a 110 m high bridge close to Victoria Falls.

Take a Jetboat to right under the Victoria Falls

Fly with a float plane over Victoria Falls

Fly with a Microlight over the Victoria Falls and Zambezi River

A Canoe Safari will bring you close to the animals on the Zambezi.

Do a Bridge tour at Victoria Falls

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Without a doubt Victoria Falls could easily be called one of the natural wonders of the world. Visitors can gaze at the mighty Zambezi as it flows, broad and placid, to the brink of a basalt lip 1 700m wide before taking a headlong plunge into the frothy chasm of the gorge below. This is the world’s largest sheet of falling water. Although its fame has spread far and wide, its natural surroundings have been left unspoilt.

So what has Victoria Falls got to offer the intrepid explorer and eco-tourism traveller? The answer is a destination of hospitality and adventure and excellent Victoria Falls accommodation. Victoria Falls is an epicenter, where South Africans and foreigners alike are flocking to enjoy adventure and tourism activities, whilst on the doorstep the mighty Victoria Falls roars like thunder.

There is no better destination in Southern Africa, offering the “Big 5 ” and more – helicopter flights over the Falls, elephant interactive safaris, canoe safaris and night drives, walking with lions, bungi jumping, jet boats and of course the unrivaled white water rafting on the mighty Zambezi River. Or the chance to interact with the locals, shop for souvenirs, sip on a ‘Gin & Tonic’ overlooking the magnificent waterholes where wildlife gather to drink, or maybe visit a local school, participate in a community project or eat the local delicacies.

There is so much to do, with such limited time, so it is important that the itinerary designed meets the needs of all guests to Victoria Falls.