Victoria's Falls Bridge is one of the three road connection lines between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It was built in 1905 and it was considered a masterpiece of engineering and design. Since 1993, the Bridge has also become a dream arena for any bungee jumping addict.
Victoria Falls, in Zambia, is the borderline between the Upper and the Middle Zambezi River. Within few kilometers below, the river flows through the Batoka Gorge, where the most challenging whitewater rafting can be performed.
Known as “Devils Delight” this is a unique and once in a lifetime opportunity for the adventurous few to view the Victoria Falls from the bottom up.
This is a new activity on the Zambezi river, some swim above and Shockwave Adventures swim below the falls. This is the best way to see the falls from the bottom. If you don’t want to raft for 10km/6mi just choose the option of two hours swimming below the falls, do some small rapids and walk out of the canyon. It’s only 10 min drive back to town hotels.
*Please note that this is a seasonal activity and can only be done when the water level is low – September through December.
The best way to appreciate the true splendor of the Victoria Falls is to view them by helicopter from the air. Many companies have been operating scenic tours over Victoria Falls for more than 15 years. Customized helicopters with specially designed bubble-shaped windows are just perfect for panoramic viewing, providing unrivaled visibility from all seats. These windows offer the ultimate photographic opportunity.
13-15mins – Normal Price $150
25mins – Normal Price $284
Not Included: National Park Fees $12 per person ( Bring it on the day of the tour please)