- Fly above the largest waterfall in the world
- The finest views available of this natural wonder
The indigenous people here call it ‘the smoke that thunders’ - Victoria Falls, named for Queen Victoria by the first European to see it, missionary David Livingstone, straddles the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Twice the height of Niagara Falls, this is the largest waterfall in the world. A helicopter flight over Victoria Falls is the best way possible to appreciate its awesome power and beauty, and this sightseeing trip takes you far beyond most others.
After a few minutes at the falls themselves, you’ll continue on down the Batoka Gorge, seeing how the falls have carved immense cracks in the earth over millions of years. Then you’ll bear left, flying over the Zambezi National Park, with the chance to see game including elephant, buffalo and antelope. There are a million and one ways to experience Victoria Falls - it’s an adventure capital after all - but no other will give you such breathtaking panoramas as this.