Skydiving in Victoria Falls, Livingstone, Zambia

November to April:
Rainy Season
August to October:
Dry Season
Highest water level
17°55′28″S 25°51′24″E
Victoria Falls, in southern Africa, the natural borderline between Zambia and Zimbabwe, offer a spectacular drop zone for skydiving.

The magnificent Zambezi River on the ground, the imposing Victoria’s’ Falls on the horizon, the layers from water bubbles created by the momentum of the water are the indescribable panorama whilst sky diving. With more than twenty years of experience, the area is established like a fascinating  sky diving destination. The sport by itself can be a unique moment but sky diving in Victoria Falls, over the Zambezi River, can become for any diver a life time experience.

Usual drop zone is the International Airport of Livingstone. The security measures are strict. Between Mars and April, the peak rainy season, the water level can be very high  and it is not recommended period for sky diving. In December due to the low water level,  the Falls are transformed in cliffs. The scenery is completely different depending on the weather conditions. Get ready for an unforgettable experience and prepare your camera!