With Victoria Falls being Zimbabwe's main tourist destination and the Adventure Capital of Africa, it is safe to say there is a lot for guests to do when visiting.Visitors to Victoria Falls can choose from close to fifty activities in and around the town, whether it be a bungee jump or gorge swing for the thrill seekers, a birding safari for the avid birders, or a relaxing sunset cruise.
We can pre-arrange all of these activities on your behalf, or if you would prefer to book them on arrival, our management team will be able to help. A vast list of activities are available to excite the most ardent adrenaline-seeker or alternatively for those desiring a more relaxing experience during their stay at Victoria Falls. For a better idea of what kind of activities are on offer please see our list below.
Food & Culture
Tours & Transfers
Wildlife & Nature
Victoria Falls is known as Africa's Adventure Capital, so understandably there is no shortage of adrenaline activities to keep you busy. From zip-lining across the gorge, taking a leap of faith with the bungee jump or the gorge swing or swimming in a rock pool above the falls, these action packed activities are sure to get your heart racing and the adrenaline flowing.
If you are looking at a more relaxing activity whilst in Victoria Falls, look no further than a river cruise. These cruises give guests the opportunity to unwind, whilst enjoying a cold drink or a delicious meal while drifting along the Zambezi River. With options of breakfast, lunch and dinner, or a sunset cruise, these are can't miss opportunities.
Food and Cultural Activities
When in Africa, why not experience they way the local's do things. The Boma dinner is a great interactive dinner, and drum show experience, great for kids and adults. Guests are given the opportunity to try some local cuisine, and a variety of game meats, and for the more adventurous, Mopane Worms! If you want more insight into their way of living, try a village tour where you have the opportunity to meet the chief, and learn about their farming practices, cooking and daily tasks and duties.
Tours and Transfers
Of course when visiting Victoria Falls, the first point of interest is the magnificent waterfalls. If you are wanting someone to guide you through the park, giving insight and knowledge of the surroundings, then a guided tour of the falls is for you. If traveling during full moon, you have the option of a lunar tour. If you are wanting a more thorough understanding of the area around Victoria Falls and the town, try a cycle tour, its also environmentally friendly and you may even see some wildlife! For some history, we recommend the Historical Bridge Tour.
Guided Tour of the Falls
Historical Bridge Tour
For a complete Victoria Falls experience, why not try a birds eye view of the wonderful waterfalls. With options of a 12 minute flight, 22 minute flight or a 30 minute flight, you have the opportunity to see the full magnificence of the falls from the air, and even some of the national park. Microlight flights also operate over the falls from the Zambian side.
Wildlife & Nature Activities
Located in a national park, Victoria Falls really has it all. For guests wanting to see as much wildlife and nature whilst in Africa, there is a lot to be done. From game drives or walking safaris in the Zambezi National Park, so birding along the river, or a Rhino experience at the Stanley and Livingstone game reserve, there is plenty to be seen. For a longer experience, try a full day Chobe trip in Botswana where elephants and wildlife are in abundance.
Game Drives & Day Trips
To help you get the most out of your stay we can either pre-arrange activities or help you to plan your itinerary once you have arrived. Our management team are here to guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have. Below are just a few of the activities which are available in Victoria Falls, so for a comprehensive list, please enquire below.
If you are also wanting some advice on what to do when you are around town, whether it be shops to see, local art and crafts markets to visit, sites to see, or cafe's and restaurants to go to, miss we would happily make some recommendations.
These activities are based around Victoria Falls, but may actually operate across borders in either Zambia or Botswana.This includes the Devil's Pool activity and the Chobe day trip, so for this reason we advise you look into your visa requirements to ensure you are able to go ahead with the activities you would like to do. If you are eligible, please be sure to have your multi-entry Visa (KAZA Uni Visa) if you wish to explore beyond our borders, as it will save you money in the long run! Additionally some of these activities also rely on water level, so for that reason they are seasonal. Please enquire with us for more information.