Victoria Falls

Unique safari experience

The world’s largest waterfall and a sight like no other! A trip to Zimbabwe without a visit to the Victoria Falls, yet another World Heritage Site in Zimbabwe, is truly a wasted trip.

For an intimate view of the “Vic Falls”there is nothing better than an invigorating walk right to the edge of the falls – or better yet, a walk to the falls at sunrise. This is truly an awe-inspiring moment – seriously soul satisfying!

Dont forget to take your raincoat and dont expect to leave without being absolutely soaked.

Victoria Falls is regarded as the “adventure capital of Africa”, she provides for the brave and adventurous every step of the way: challenging white water rafting down the bubbling, Zambezi waters; bungee jumping off one of the highest bungee spots in the world (111m), abseiling, river boating, gorge swinging and the flying fox…

Victoria Falls Activities

Bungee Jump

Nothing beats the thrill of Bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge; thousands of people have enjoyed this complete adrenaline pumping sport!! Ankle and body harnesses joined to a rope are attached to you, and then you dive head first off the 111m high bridge towards the mighty Zambezi River down below.

White Water Rafting

A pure adventure, enjoy rafting down the Zambezi River below the majestic Victoria Falls. Experienced guides will take care of you whilst you go through rapid after rapid, and you will love your action packed day. At the end of which you will climb out of the Batoka Gorge where you are met with ice cold refreshments!

Flying Fox

Take a running jump into thin air over the chasm, soaring horizontally through the air over the turmoil of the Zambezi below. The gorge at this point is 200 meters wide and 120 meters deep. This is a great appetizer before you try the Zip Line and Gorge Swing. The Vic Falls Canopy Tour, Gorge Swing and Adventure Slides site is set high up on the spectacular cliffs of the Batoka Gorge

Tiger Fishing

Another attraction for keen fishermen is to come and try your hand at catching a fighting tiger fish on the upper or Lower Zambezi River.  You have more chances on the lower Zambezi. The best time of year is September to November, and there are plenty of well equipped camps to choose from along the river banks.

Flight of the Angels

An extremely popular activity in Victoria Falls is to fly over the falls in a helicopter which is known as the “Flight of the Angels”.The flight lasts approx 15 minutes, and gives you breathtaking and scenic views of the thunderous Victoria Falls.

Sunset cruise on the Ra-Ikane

The Ra-Ikane, the only one of it’s kind in Victoria Falls, is a small luxury cruise boat that is out-fitted to suggest, in exquisite detail, an ambiance of a bygone era. The vessel was built to replicate the “Ma-Robert” – Dr David Livingstone’s boat. This cruise boat is exclusive and personalised. 

Sunset cruise on Zambezi Explorer

The Zambezi Explorer Cruise Company offers luxury Cruising experiences and Waterfront venues on the mighty Zambezi River above the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. The Zambezi Explorer Cruise Company has a fleet of four vessels offering a variety of experiences and cruises above the Victoria Falls. 

Victoria Falls Accommodation

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Bayete Guest Lodge

Bayete offers comfortable and affordable accommodation and is situated in the heart of the Victoria Falls Residential Area.

The lodge is 2 km away from the Victoria Falls Centre and 22 km from the airport. Recently renovated, this family run lodge has 25 rooms which is set in a lush tropical garden. 

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Central to the lodge is the large tear drop pool which is hugged by the Caldecott Boma and Ngwezi Tavern. Breakfast is served in the Caldecott Boma every day.

Lunch and dinner are also available on special request and are delicious home-cooked meals.

Buffets and BBQ’s are available for group bookings or by special request.

Ilala Lodge

Ilala Lodge provides distinguished yet affordable boutique Victoria Falls hotel accommodation in gracious and secluded surrounds.

This hotel features just 32 rooms on the property, assuring you of your hosts’ best attention, and you can look forward to personalised service during your visit. 

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The Ilala Lodge Hotel in Victoria Falls is ideally situated on the Zimbabwean side of the mighty Zambezi River, where it is the closest hotel to the magnificent Falls.

The Victoria Falls, recently voted one of the World’s Seven Natural Wonders, are within easy walking distance for guests, as is the Victoria Falls town centre.

The Elephant Camp

The Elephant Camp is situated just 10 min away from the Victoria Falls. Panoramic views of the falls are visible from the centre and the west part of the camp and the Batoka gorge is visible from the east part of the wing. 

The camp also over looks a water hole that flows into the Masuwe River. 

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The lodge offers accommodation in 9 luxury tents, all with their own private decks and plunge pools.

These tents feature facilities including indoor and outdoor showers, mini bars, lounges, fans, air-conditioning and mosquito protection.

The camp is managed by a man with over 22 years experience, so rest assured you will enjoy the standards that are kept at the camp.

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

Our award winning flagship lodge has 72 en-suite bedrooms with private decks to enjoy exquisite views of the African landscape.

Set high on a plateau which forms a natural boundary to the Zambezi National Park, Victoria Falls Safari Lodge enjoys uninterrupted views of unspoilt bushveld, spectacular African sunsets and an on-site waterhole. 

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Set high on a plateau which forms a natural boundary to the Zambezi National Park, Victoria Falls Safari Lodge enjoys uninterrupted views of unspoilt bushveld, spectacular African sunsets and an on-site waterhole.

A complimentary shuttle service transports guests to the Victoria Falls and town centre on an hourly basis throughout the day.

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