- The Victoria Falls is among the Seven Natural Wonders of the World
- The ultimate thrill of rafting through Grade 5 rapids
- Remarkable scenery of magnificent mother Africa
Your day begins with a comprehensive safety briefing over coffee, covering the nature of the Zambezi and the rapids. Following that you’ll be transported to the river, where you’ll paddle gently to your first rapid. A couple of hours later, after traversing some of the fastest and meanest river rapids on the planet, you’ll finish exhausted for a well-deserved lunch and beers. Pack your Go-Pro, and stock up on energy bars, because this rafting experience is a rush from start to finish and one you’ll be telling your friends about for years to come.
Discovered by the explorer David Livingstone in 1855 and named after his Queen, the Victoria Falls also has an indigenous name, Mosi-oa-Tunya, “the smoke that thunders”. That should give you some idea of the incredible feeling you get close-up to the world’s largest sheet of falling water - twice the height of Niagara. This wild adventure through the toughest rapids course also has an educational aspect - guests will gain a valuable interpretation of the Zambezi River and its importance to southern Africa.