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.
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.
Elephants are enormous, gentle and intelligent beasts synonymous with the plains and forests of Africa. We provide the chance to interact with and ride these magnificent animals in their natural habitat. Each elephant forms a close bond with their Induna (elephant handler) who accompanies every rider and is a mine of information on the anatomy, character and behavior of these bush giants. Our herd includes 12 elephants that browse freely on the reserve when not involved in safari activities and return to their stables at night. Those preferring not to ride for medical or other reasons will find that interacting with the elephants as you walk alongside them is equally inspiring. Morning and afternoon trips are available and total activity time is approximately three and a half hours.