Experience the Majestic Victoria Falls!

The enduring appeal of the Victoria Falls is unrivalled in global and African tourism, offering nostalgia, environmental conservation and geological fascination. A World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Victoria Falls is the largest waterfall in the world, created continuously as the mighty Zambezi River makes a sudden kilometre wide drop and plunges over 100m into a gorge. Two national parks, Victoria Falls National Park and Zambezi National Park, adjoin the Falls site. The locals named the Falls, Mosi-oa-Tunya, the Smoke that Thunders.

Zambezi National Park

Game drive with an experienced guide

Game drives at Victoria Falls set off either in the early morning or mid-afternoon. Using an open four-wheel drive vehicle, the game drive allows you to discover many interpretations of the bush and all its inhabitants, related by suitable, trained and qualified guides.

African safari

A gateway to the African safari experience

The Chamabonda National Park is a sub section of the Zambezi National Park.  Zambezi National Park begins at the Victoria Falls and stretches up river some 40 km up stream, it is approximately 30km wide. This width sees the Park stretch across the Victoria Falls to Kazungula ( Chobe ) highway and it is the section on the other side of this road that is known as Chamabonda, a name derived from a long vlei line ( grassed water course ) that extends up to the nearby Matetsi Safari area.

Hwange National Park, the largest of Zimbabwe’s national parks, is easily accessible by road or air, offering an extended safari experience. Hwange National Park has one of the largest elephant populations in the world and is renowned for massive numbers of wild game, including Africa’s big five.

Alternatively, a thrilling Chobe day trip from Victoria Falls. Situated only one hour’s drive from Victoria Falls, the Chobe National Park in Botswana boasts one of the largest wildlife populations in Africa, not to mention the magnificent Chobe River.

Set sail on the great Zambezi

Zambezi river boat cruise

Sail along the Zambezi River. Elephants, hippos, crocodile and a wide range of African bird life can be seen on land, in the air and the water. Learn from a knowledgeable guide as the sun sets in this spectacular environment.

The thrill of the rush

White water rafting

An exhilarating adventure brings a different experience of the Victoria Falls. Experience magnificent scenery and rapids of the mighty Zambezi river, one of the great rafting adventures in Africa.

Fly with the angels

A helicopter ride over the Victoria Falls

The mighty Zambezi River flows slowly south  to the falls with hippos and crocodiles clearly visible in the shallow waters as you observe them from a birds-eye view. Marvel at the zig-zagging funnel of gorges that the plunging sheets of water spray into.

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