Victoria Falls

April 17, 2013

Victoria Falls needs no introduction. In 1855 Livingstone named it after his English queen, Queen Victoria. Locally, it’s also known as a few other names, the most popular being ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’, meaning ‘the smoke that thunders’.

At 108m (330ft) it’s one of the world’s most spectacular plunges. You can actually see the spray 50km (31mi) away on clear days.

Victoria Falls is an adrenaline junky’s paradise. The activity menu is full of crazy activities, such as bungee jumping, white-water rafting, jet-boating, abseiling, river-boating, and a whole lot of airborne activities. Try and time your visit so that it coincides with the full moon, because then the park stays open later so that you can witness the magical lunar rainbow over the falls.


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Jet Boat Under the Victoria Falls


Bungee jumping

White water rafting


Tiger fishing

Game drives

Horse safaris

Elephant rides

Lion walks

Steam trains

Scenic flights

Sunset cruises on the Zambezi

Canoe trips

View the lunar rainbow

Crocodile Farm and Nature Sanctuary




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