Victoria Falls Excursions

Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The border town is one of the most popular destinations in Southern Africa and is home to amazing wildlife, unspoilt and less-frequented National Parks, spectacular and varied landscapes, and awesome adrenalin activities.

Victoria Falls, or Mosi-au-Tunya (“the smoke that thunders”) has the largest sheet of falling water in the world, and is located on the western tip of Zimbabwe on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. But the small border town is home to so much more than just their iconic waterfalls. Visitors are able to experience incredible one-day white water rafting (often referred to as the best one-day rafting in the world); vehicle and walking safaris in two National Parks; and a host of other activities suited to every traveller.

The town has a host of accommodation options, from lively backpackers and basic campsites, through to B&Bs, mid-range lodges, and pristine luxury camps in the heart of Big 5 National Parks. We can advise you on accommodation to suit your needs and group size, and assist with booking lodges and activities - both must-see and less well known!

A trip to Zimbabwe would not be complete without spending time in Africa's Adventure Capital!

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Quick Facts

Location: Western Zimbabwe on the Zambian border
Population: 35,000
Activities: Victoria Falls National Park and rainforest; walking and vehicle safaris, Zambezi River cruises, white water rafting, bungee jump, zip lines, hiking, Chobe National Park day trip
How to get there: scheduled flight from Harare (1 hour)
Accommodation options: full range, from budget backpackers to luxury lodges
Duration: 2-3 nights recommended
How much: price on application
Suitable for: adrenaline junkies, adventurous travellers, photographers, wildlife enthusiasts, families with children of all ages

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