Things to See & Do- Livingstone Vic Falls Zambia
The new Kaza Univisa means that activities can be done from either Livingstone or Victoria Falls side with a minimum of hassle
The KAZA UNIVISA is valid for 30 days as long as you remain in Zimbabwe and Zambia. Visitors can cross into Zimbabwe / Zambia as frequently as they like within the 30 day period. It costs US$ 50, is applicable to 40 countries and available at major local airports
'At a Glance'- What to See and Do on the Zambian Side of Vic Falls. Compare the Zimbabwe Prices
Livingstone is a safari hub and an adventure capital - where adrenalin pumps high when you take on the Zambezi river
Whether whitewater rafting or bunji jump the thrill is awesome
When you get tired of the adventure slow the pace with a round of golf or some fishing
How about a tour of the Falls or take in some game viewing at the Mosi oa Tunya national park
Feeling nostalgic then head for the Railway Museum or have dinner on the Royal Livingstone Express train service.
'Flight of Angels' over 'The Smoke that Thunders'
Air flips over the Falls View the magnificent Victoria Falls from the air either in a helicopter or microlight. Awesome views as you circle the Falls and the Batoka Gorge - flying time for both is approx. 15 minutes. Tours are available all year round. You can also combine these flips with a game viewing trip.
White Water Rafting Zambezi Get wet (very wet), have fun (lots of it), as you raft the Zambezi river through the Batoka Gorge. Acclaimed as the best white water rafting in the world for their steep gradients, big drops and pressure areas.
Multi Day White Water Rafting A different type of experience on this river safari offering magnificent scenery and wildlife in remote reaches of the Batoka gorge as you raft from Livingstone to the Matetsi river.
River Boarding & White Water Rafting
Learn basic riverboarding in still water before getting into moving water to surf, ride whirlies and fly underwater.
One of the Best Riverboarding experiences in the World
Kayak Africa. Down to the rapids in Topolino Dueo kayaks (the only 2 person white water kayak in the world). Classed as a high volume pool drop river, kayaking the Zambezi river offers another exciting adventure.
Jet Boat Extreme More adrenaline adventure fun on this 30 minute Zambezi river trip as you speed through the Batoka gorge on jet propelled boats. Wild and wet as you rush past the gorge walls and spin on flat water. Only takes place during Low Water approx from July / Aug
Zambezi River Cruise Have breakfast, lunch or dinner on a river cruise. Cruise along the boundary of the Mosi oa Tunya national park, around Siloka Island and back to the jetty with good sightings of elephant, hippos, crocodiles and excellent birdlife.
Upper Zambezi Canoeing Starting 25 kms upstream from the Victoria Falls, approx. 18 kms will be spent canoeing with a stop for lunch on one of the many islands. The trail ends at the Mosi oa Tunya national park where guests are driven through the park.
Elephant Back Safari Trail An experience never to be forgotten as you "ride" through riverine bush and shallow areas of the Zambezi river. Interact and learn more about the gentle giants of Africa.
Horse Riding Novice and experienced riders can explore the channels of the upper Zambezi on a horse safari. The shortest ride is about 2 hours and horse safaris are an excellent way to getting close up to the wildlife.
Game Drives In the Mosi oa Tunya national park either a morning or afternoon drive of approx. 2.5 hours. Although a small park, it is home to white rhino, buffalo, giraffe and a variety of antelope species.
Rhino Walk & Game Walk Experience a game walk in the Mosi oa Tunya national park with good photographic opportunities of white rhino. This safari is about 4 hours with walking on average 1 to 2 hours
Fishing Excursions There are 75 species of fish on the upper Zambezi but the prize is always the Tigerfish. Fly, spin or bait fishing with an experienced guide - fish can be caught all year round.
Guided Tour of the Falls The Falls can be viewed from both the Zambian side or the Zimbabwe side. Take the guided tour for a more in depth look at this world heritage site and awesome spectacle of approx. 550-million litres of water falling every minute.
Chobe Day Trip Cross the Zambezi river into Botswana and spend the day viewing large herds of elephant, buffalo and antelope. After lunch enjoy a 3 game drive in Chobe national park before returning to Livingstone by sunset.
Chief Mukunis Village Cultural Tour An opportunity to experience the cultural heritage of Zambia, visiting the home of the Leya people as David Livingstone knew them. Guests will see firsthand everyday village life - unchanged for centuries.
Livingstone Island Picnic Picnic in the middle of the Zambezi river on an island as close to the Falls as you can get. Access is by speed boat (twin engine just in case :-)) then a short walk to enjoy another amazing adventure in Africa
Optional. Sit on the Devils Throne in Devils Pool sometime from July/Aug and December and prey that you don't Bungi without a Rope
Stream Train For the more nostalgic traveller the area offers short steam train rides from the Livingstone Station to the beautiful Victoria Falls Bridge (short stopover with great photo-opportunities) and back. The views are magnificent and you come to understand why Cecil John Rhodes picked this route on his Cape to Cairo railway. The steam train can also take passengers to Jafuta Siding outside of Victoria Falls for more spectacular views.
Moonbow of the Falls
Above Victoria Falls
Land Activities & Tours
National Park Fees - Zambia
To visit the Victoria Falls: Adult US$20
Children pay half price
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