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Canoe Trail Flight of Angles Helicopter Flights Abseiling
White Water Rafting Bungee Jumping Fishing African Lion Encounter
Zambezi Jet Boats Elephant Back Safari's Zambezi River Kayaking Golf
Game Drives Horse Riding Hiking  
Canoe Trail

Experience the perfect tranquillity of the Zambezi River downstream in an inflatable. This always ends with sundowner drinks beneath the African skies. One day or over night canoeing activities are available. The canoe trails operate above Victoria Falls and begin about 25km away. At the end of the day, clients are met and driven back through the National Park on a game drive. Overnight trails are also popular - sleep under the stars on an island after delicious sundowners…

Flight of Angles

The open cockpit allows for ideal game spotting opportunities. An alternate, aerial way of seeing the breathtaking falls, this thrilling ride will afford guest an unforgettable view of the Victoria Falls.

Flying across the falls in a small, fixed wing plane has been a popular activity for many years. The flight takes its name from David Livingstone's journal entries, the "discoverer" of the falls who described the waterfalls as "scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight."

Helicopter Flights

Spectacular aerial view of the Victoria falls. This experience can alter your perspective of life. A sheer exhilarating encounter. Flights are between 13 and 30 minutes flights operate all day and can take five passengers - charters are also available.

Flying lower than a conventional, fixed-wing aircraft, you will fly a complete circuit over the Falls in both directions, giving you the best views of the Falls. A quick trip up river and back over the Zambezi National park completes your flight.


Connect with your confidence and tame your inner fear. This relatively new activity is operated on a spectacular site above Rapid 7. A safety instructor briefs visitors on the area and proper use of the equipment before starting. The abseil is 53 metres moving down the gorge wall backwards or clients can "rap jump".

This entails leaping off the edge of the cliff attached to a body harness and free falling for 50 metres before being swung out into the heart of the gorge. The jump comes to a spectacular end with several pendulum swings before adrenalin filled clients are lowered to the ground.

White Water Rafting

Regarded as the world's greatest adrenalin fun filled experience, rafting down the mighty Zambezi is an experience not to be missed. This majestic river rises in the northeastern part of Zambia at the Kalene Hills and runs through 6 countries before finally making its way into the Indian Ocean. Most white water rafting is done between February to July. The Zambezi is at its wildest from August to January when the water is low and normally closes shortly around April/May depending on the weather.

Bungee Jumping
The Victoria Falls Bungi jump is located on the Victoria Falls Bridge, between the borders of Zimbabwe and Zambia, with the Falls as a backdrop.

For those who dare, challenge your limits on this 111m drop towards the Zambezi river. One of the best jumps in the world. Until recently, the 111m plunge into the Zambezi river was considered the highest commercial jump in the world. However, the jump of the Victoria Falls bridge is a heart-stopping thrill equaled to none.

Bungi jumps take place every day, photographs and a video of each jump are available soon afterwards.

Considerations: Minimum age 14 years, Minimum weight of 40 kg, maximum weight of 140 kg, Passports are required by clients to access the bridge, Jumps operate from 09h00 to 17h00 every day.


Whether you are looking for a thrilling experience or a tranquil outing - the Zambezi River has what you're looking for. Stream up from the falls, the Zambezi is a tranquil river, perfect for lazy afternoons while the roaring river below the falls and into Batoka Gorge offers a challenging experience.

Rumored to be by countless sports anglers as the premium freshwater fighting fish in the world, the Tiger Fish is found in the waters of the Upper and Lower Zambezi. The combating Tiger Fish is one of 75 fish species at home in the region.

Visitors will be accompanied by a seasoned fishing guide who is also an expert on birding and wildlife. Fish are caught throughout the as there is no distinct seasonal distinction. August to March is the best time to go fishing for this famed fighting fish.

African Lion Encounter

Close up with Africa's largest carnivore with its impressive show of might and ruthless hunting tactics. Born to a life of supremacy, this leader in the animal kingdom offers its time to humans whilst unrestrained and roams as free as you.

Situated only 10 minutes from the centre of Victoria Falls on the Masuwe Estate is a group of lion cubs between the ages 3 to 16 months of age. These kings of the jungle offer guests an incomparable experience and insight into the behaviour of this endangered African species.

The “walking with lions” encounter affords guests an opportunity to interact with 2 or 3 cubs for up to an hour per session. The lions are allowed to roam free while guests you join them on a walk through riverine vegetation and African bush. This informative experience happens in the natural environment of the lions on the banks of the Masuwe River.

Off note is, The Lion encounter is fully supervised and competently managed by an experienced and qualified team well-informed about the inherent behaviour of these majestic creatures.

Zambezi Jet Boats  

A thrilling adventure on the Zambezi with the wind in your hair and the spray in your face. This experience takes place below the Batoka in the Gorge. Prepare for an action-packed, adrenalin-filled 45-minute jetboating experience in one of the most spectacular settings in the world.

After donning your lifejacket and helmet and listening to a detailed safety briefing, your driver will take you on a quick warm-up. Nothing quite prepares you for the thrill, when your driver suddenly goes full throttle and you go shooting up the first rapid, heading for the base of the magnificent Victoria Falls.

This exhilarating adventure will take trill seekers through the uniquely formed gorge which is a world heritage site, conquer some of the most famous white water rapids in the world, pass beneath the Livingstone Bridge of great historical & engineering importance and then emerge at the foot of the most spectacular of the seven natural wonders of the world?

Elephant Back Safari's

An unforgettable experience, during which guests will gain insight and interact with these majestically large mammals. Elephant Back Safaris is the perfect method of tracking wildlife giving guests an advantage view of wild animals without disturbing the wildlife. Meet Lundi, Tatu, Moka and others in their natural surroundings of the game-rich Nakavango Estate just 15 minutes drive from the Victoria.

All the elephants at the Elephant Company are rescued orphans from Zimbabwe’s Lowveld. They were trained by a leading authority on African elephants with great patience and understanding.

The Morning Safari includes a full English breakfast, and snacks and sundowners are served after the Afternoon Safari. An Elephant Back Safari is an experience that speaks to guests individually as it allows you to ride, touch and interact with these majestic creatures.

Zambezi River Kayaking

Highly praised as the wildest one-day whitewater run in the World, the Zambezi River is accepted by rafting and kayaking enthusiast as one of the best paddling rivers on the mother earth.

For a more exciting on-the-water experience - try a white water kayaking journey down the rapids on the Zambezi river. Paddles, life jackets and helmets as well as a comprehensive safety talk is provided. An practiced white water kayaker will guide guests half or full day, tandem kayaking can be arranged.

The kayaking trips are operated in combination with the daily rafting trip which increases safety. A safety raft accompanies the trip and carries water and juice which will be served at the top of the gorge.


Victoria Falls region is well-known for being host to magnificent falls; it also boasts a championship golf course. Golfers take note - wild game roaming free can wreak havoc on your golf swing and bunker shots.

The 18-hole Elephant Hills championship golf course, designed by a legend Gary Player, provides more than enough of a challenge for passionate golfers. Situated three kilometers from the Zambezi river, it is home to a variety of wildlife with crocodiles in eight of the waterholes! The scenic golf course is surrounded by a verdant indigenous forest and features a grand, old baobab.

Eight of the holes have water hazards and bunkers encourage accurate approach shots. Elephant, buffalo and warthog wander along the specially erected game fence. The beautifully maintained fairways and greens have been planted with imported grasses and modern irrigation systems to guarantee that they are always lush.

Course information
Type: Woodlands Golf Course
Holes: 18
Par:72 Fairway
Grass: Bermuda Greens
Grass: Bent Grass
Championship: 6205m
Club: 6205m
Senior: 6205m
Ladies: 6205m
Club: 72

Game Drives
Game drives bring elephants, as well as hippos, buffalos, puku, antelopes, lions and other creatures up close and personal.

Hwange National Park is one of the biggest game reserves in Southern Africa. It boasts large numbers of animals and different species of bird life. This Game Park is located south of Victoria Falls Town and is approximately a two-hour drive from the Victoria Falls. Guests are picked up at 06:30hrs from the hotel in a closed vehicle and transferred to Hwange Main camp where breakfast is served upon arrival. A game drive in a safari 4X4 truck starts immediately after breakfast and drives would be concentrated around water holes where animals frequently visit to quench their thirst.

Afternoon Game Drives
As the sun goes down animals are usually found near water holes, so our drives will be around different water holes, provided by the National Parks. This includes stops at the hide out or viewing platform where one can view the animals from above and a lot of action usually takes place at these hide outs. Many different species of birds is seen here. By dusk you would be leaving the park driving back to the hotel in a closed vehicle. On a good day you could see the Big Five on this trip. Clients are driven to a game viewing platform or Parks chalets were they would have dinner and spend a night watching game and listening to the sound of the night.

Horse Riding

The best way to experience the African bush is on horseback. Trips ranging from half day novice rides to full and multi day adventures for experienced riders that reach far into impressive Teak forests, Mopani woodland and sub-riverine bush to explore the impressive scenery above the Batoka Gorge.

This activity allows riders to see small game such as bushbuck or duiker, hippos and crocodiles along the river and in the dry season spotting of elephant and buffalo is more frequent. A variety of birdlife can be observed along the route. All rides are led by experienced guides, and rides cater for experienced or novice riders.

Novice riders are accompanied on short horse trails that last up to 3 hours. These rides occur in an area where there is a high concentration of game, and game viewing opportunities are abundant. Riders are in control of their own horses which allows guests to interact with the horse. There will be ample opportunities to trot, and in the opinion of the guide, riders may be allowed to canter.

One day trips designed for riders who own their own horses or have significant riding experience. The minimum requirement is that a client should have ridden at least 20 to 30 times, at least half of this should have been in the past two years. Riders should be able to control a horse at a canter.


Walking/hiking in the Zambezi National Park is a very rewarding way of experiencing the unique fauna and flora of the Victoria Falls. It is possible to get a professional guide to explain the ecology of plants and animals.

Undeniably, the Victoria Falls represent one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world. Visitors can gaze at the mighty Zambezi as it flows, wide and placid, to the edge of a basalt lip seventeen hundred meters wide before taking a headlong plunge into the frothy chasm of the gorge below. This is the world's largest curtain of falling water, yet although its fame has spread far corners of the earth, the site has been preserved so that tourists do not spoil the enchantment of this natural wonder.

There is also a impressive excursion to be made on foot. The Rainforest on the lip of the chasm opposite the Falls is a distinctive envelop of dense tropical vegetation which thrives on the spray of the mighty Falls. A well-kept path allows tourists to walk through the forest, with intermittent diversions to viewing points for the Falls themselves.

Zambezi National Park and the Victoria Falls National Park cover an area of 56,000 hectares which allows for excellent hiking or walking opportunities. A wide variety of larger mammals may be found within the Zambezi National Park including The Big Five: elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard and white rhinoceros. In addition, herds of sable antelope, eland, zebra, giraffe, kudu, waterbuck and impala as well as many of the smaller species of game can be viewed.

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