Victoria Falls Activities | Victoria Falls Hotels
White Water Rafting (Half or Full day)
The Zambezi White Water Rafting is internationally acclaimed as being the wildest in the world. Rafting is conducted on both sides of the Zambezi River, in Zimbabwe and Zambia below the Victoria Falls.
Canoeing (Half or full day)
The canoe trails operate above Victoria Falls and is the perfect activity for those who want to experience the tranquillity of the Zambezi River as they paddle downstream with the current in inflatable two-man canoes.
The Bungee jump operates off the Victoria Falls Bridge and has a 100% safety record. Over 50 000 people have committed themselves to the thrill of jumping off the bridge.
Jet Boating (30 Mins)
Jet boating is a thrilling new adventure on the Zambezi River in the Batoka Gorge below the Victoria Falls. Feel the wind in your hair and the spray in your face as the powerful jet boats speed through rapids.
Helicopter Flights (13 mins)
View the Falls from a completely unique and unrivalled perspective. The Helicopter seating is designed so that all passengers have a good view on the Falls and the scenery below.
Helicopter Flights (25 mins)
Using superior aviation technology, you are afforded an unrivalled view of the Victoria Falls. Undoubtedly the greatest view one can get of The Victoria Falls and of the gorges below.
Microlight Flights (15 min)
This flight offers stunning views of Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River. The Microlight has an open cockpit for the ultimate adrenaline ride!
Microlight Flights (30 min)
The 30 minute flight goes downstream over the Batoka Gorge or upstream over the Mosi - Oa - Tunya National park providing an excellent game spotting opportunity. The Microlight has an open cockpit for the ultimate adrenaline ride!
Chobe National Park (Full day)
The Chobe National Park, which is the second largest national park in Botswana and covers 10,566 square km, has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent.
Night Eyes Safaris - Night Drive with Bush Dinner
The night drives, which depart daily from Victoria Falls Town at approximately 17.00, are conducted in open safari vehicles and guests are accompanied by a qualified guide.
One of the finest ways to experience the African bush is on horseback. There is a chance to see small game such as bushbuck or duiker, hippos and crocodiles along the river and in the dry season there is a better opportunity of spotting elephant and buffalo.
Half Day Elephant Back Safari
An elephant back safari is not just a ride on the largest animal in Africa, it's an unforgettable experience where clients get to interact with the elephants as well as enjoy a ride through wilderness areas and beautiful riverine scenery.
US$ 45 PLUS US$ 10 pp applicable national park fees (Victoria Falls)
US$ 80 PLUS US$10 pp applicable national park fees (Victoria Falls)
US$ 70 PLUS US$10 pp applicable national park fees (Victoria Falls)
Boma (Place of eating)
No trip to Victoria Falls would be complete without enjoying a traditional meal at The Boma - Place of Eating. Positioned near the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge and nestling amidst the indigenous Gusu forest.
Local Village Tour (meet the local people)
A perfect Opportunity for you to meet the local village people. This is a unique opportunity to see how the local people live in a working village, not one built for tourists.
Night Game Drive (Includes dinner)
More game is spotted on these drives and it lasts for about 2 hours. After exploring the hidden trails a roaring campfire and dinner awaits.
- The Victoria Falls Hotel
- Kingdom Hotel
- Imbabala Lodge
- The Ilala Lodge
- The Elephant Hills Hotel
- Gorges Lodge
- Stanley & Livingstone
- Rainbow Hotel
- Azambezi River Lodge
- Cresta Sprayview Hotel
- Victoria Falls Safari Lodge
- Victoria Falls Safari Club
- Phumula Self Catering