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.
On September 12, 1905, the Victoria Falls Bridge was first opened by Charles Darwin’s son, George. It had taken nearly 14 months to build, an incredible achievement of cutting-edge Victorian engineering and design. Today the bridge is the second most visited tourist attraction in Victoria Falls after the falls themselves. Towering over the Batoka Gorge between Zambia and Zimbabwe, the bridge offers a platform for a unique set of activities to suit all ages set against the backdrop of the majestic and unparalleled Victoria Falls. A trip to the gorge is not just complete without a visit to this awe-inspiring bridge. There is an historic bridge tour for those interested in African history and anecdotes. The Victoria Falls Bridge Café provides the perfect vantage point from which you can watch all the action in the most phenomenal setting.
Hydrospeeding / River Boarding, Victoria Falls Livingstone
/Livingstone, Victoria Falls, Zambia
Hydrospeeding / River Boarding is a fun way to challenge those huge rapids with flippers and a boogie board. It’s just you against the mighty Zambezi. Not all rapids are suitable to boogie board, so the day is combined with rafting to put you in the best surfing spots on this magnificent river.