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Embrace the spray of mist from the thundering Victoria Falls on a guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn about the history and geology of the site from your guide as you watch the Zambezi River spilling over the rock cliffs into the Batoka Gorge below. Your guide will also offer coaching on how to capture photos of the 5,604-feet (1,708-meter) wide, 354-feet (108 meters) high cascade.
Venture away from Victoria Falls and explore a local African village during this 3-hour private educational tour. Learn about the daily lives of men, women, and children, how villages are set up, and local traditions, customs, and ceremonies that take place. Socialize with some of the villagers and leave with a full heart and more knowledge about these small, rural villages.
Visit Victoria Falls your way on this private tour, which offers the option to customize your trip without skimping on any must-see Victoria Falls attractions. After hotel pickup, drive to the falls for a walking tour of the massive cascades. Then, dine at Ilala Lodge before heading to a handicraft market, scenic vista point, and high tea on Stanley’s Terrace. Tour includes all transportation with hotel pickup and drop-off.
Discover life around Victoria Falls during this visit to the Chinotimba township, home to roughly 60,000 people. Learn about the Nambya and Tonga people who are indigenous to the area as you explore old homes, taverns, churches, and local markets. This tour is ideal for those who want to learn more about Zimbabwean culture and the history of Victoria Falls.
Though located right by Victoria Falls, Chinotimba and Mkhosana townships are often skipped over by visitors—and really, it’s their loss. This tour introduces you to vibrant community life through immersive cultural experience in both townships, from shopping at a local market to eating dinner in a family home. It’s a great way to learn first-hand about the communities that call Victoria Falls home.
Venture out of the township of Victoria Falls and visit a small Zimbabwean village to learn about life in the African bush. Get to know what daily life is like for the villagers, how chores are divided between men and women, the traditional recipes of the village, and much more. This is a private tour meant to facilitate education and understanding to visitors passing through Zimbabwe.
Take an epic scavenger hunt around Victoria Falls in search of everyday items needed by local organizations like orphanages, clinics, and schools. Not only does this tour give you a great overview of Victoria Falls and let you peek into everyday town life, but it also gives back to the community in a way that’s as fun for you as it is helpful for the organizations you support.
Botswana highlights adventure tour begins in the Victoria Falls, home to the largest waterfall in the world. There will be optional activities at the Victoria Falls; this creates time for those who desire an adrenaline dose. However, you will make your way to Chobe National Park, the country most popular third largest game reserve. Spend the afternoon viewing the concentrations of wildlife in the game by the comfort of a riverboat. You will as well visit the Central Kalahari game reserve and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. Afterward, set off to the inland delta, a labyrinth of lagoons, lakes and hidden channels of approximately 17000 square kilometers. The experiences are never the same as water levels, and temperatures fluctuate from season to season.
Take in views of Victoria Falls—one of the seven wonders of the natural world—while learning about the history of the area on a historic tram ride to the Victoria Falls Bridge. While visiting the falls can be a hassle on your own, this tour makes the journey as enjoyable as the destination. Sip on champagne, hear stories from a guide, and enjoy gourmet food and craft cocktails.
We will take you on one of our unforgettable, cherished safaris on Botswana’s magical and game-rich Chobe River. You will go for a game drive in a jeep vehicle where you are guaranteed to encounter wildlife especially waterbuck, elephant and buffalo. You will have a mouthwatering lunch in one of the lodges and thereafter do a boat safari. Here you will see hippos and crocodiles. With luck on your side, you might see elephants crossing the river and lions coming to drink. There are abundant species of birds for bird lovers and photographers.
Maximize your time in Victoria Falls by booking a multi-day tour of the region’s highlights—from a guided tour of Victoria Falls National Park to a full-day safari in Chobe National Park. Ideal for busy travelers who don’t want to waste time with planning, transportation, and individual bookings, this tour covers all the logistics for you so you can relax and enjoy the sights.
Explore the landmarks of Victoria Falls—without wearing yourself out—on this relaxing, scenic Segway ride through town and along the riverside road known as Zambezi Drive. Cover more sights in less time on your own set of wheels, including Zimbabwe’s oldest luxury hotel, the bridge that connects Zimbabwe and Zambia, and an enormous, centuries-old Baobab tree.
Get to know more about the town that was named after the famous explorer David Livinngstone and his travels.
Know more about the history of the town and the tribes that are in the area and their way of life.
Great way to spend the day for the young at heart
This Trip is specifically on history, archeology and heritage of the land we have grown to appreciate and call Zimbabwe. Covering Victoria Falls, Hwange, Bulawayo national history museum, Matopos i.e. Bushman / San art and Cecil John Rhodes grave,
Discover the history and sights of Livingstone on a city tour that takes you from your hotel in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe to the city of Livingstone, Zambia. While the international border crossing can be intimidating on your own, with a guide to handle the logistics the process is hassle-free. This tour is ideal for visitors who want to learn more about the history and culture of Zambia.
Discovered in 1855 by the English missionary, Livingstone, he called it ..."the most wonderful sight I had witnessed in Africa"... It is really an awe-inspiring beauty on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The black tribes, living in the area called as "Mosi-oa-Tunya", - The smoke that thunders.
Victoria Falls today is known as the greatest curtain of falling water in the world ! More than 500 000 000 cubic meters of water per minute plummets over the edge, that is about two kilometers wide, into a gorge over 100 m below.
There is a bridge called Victoria Falls Bridge, that links Zambia and Zimbabwe on the border was built by the inspiration of Cecil Rhodes, it is road-, railway and foot-bridge, considered today as a historic civil engineering landmark.
The Victoria falls rural tour is going to be a one kind of an experience which will surely take you back into time. Urban people who want to get detox from the urban lifestyle, mobile, gadgets, internet and have a relaxing and enjoyable village experience are going to get a treat by touring the Zimbabwe village in Victoria falls.
You will be going to the village which is 25 km far from Victoria falls. What’s special about touring the village is that the Zimbabwean rural people are still carrying on the centuries old traditional culture. All away from the modern gadgets and all sorts of modern technologies. So it will be a special experience to feel and spend a day with people who don't use any technology in their lives and lead life with centuries old ways and customs.Food, home, shelter, cooking, culture, way of living, atmosphere, cattle, farming, hunting – Everything to explore here will be unique here and totally different from what we see in the modern world.
This full-day package includes a journey with a view of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Included is a visit to a historic big tree. The tour also includes some cultural flavour where you will be taken for a traditional village tour and Boma dinner and drum show.The victoria falls cultural tour is the perfect opportunity to detox from the urban world and experience the culture and beauty of african village.
The Ndebele people have a long and colorful history dating back from the time they fled Tshaka Zulu in South Africa. Bring your camera and capture the happy smiles of our people as you learn more about Zimbabwe. Taste the local food and if time permits watch the food being prepared in open fires.The Nambiya people have homes in rural Victoria Falls and are one of the earliest people to live here. The Nambiya people keep livestock and do subsistence farming and you will notice some cows and goats. The Victoria Falls region is generally dry for farming with most rural people depending on income from tourism. Women and small children sell their agricultural produce on the roadside to people going into Victoria Falls. The local shops are a busy spot as they serve most to the areas closer to Victoria Falls airport. The Victoria Falls rural offers an authentic African cultural Village tour
By visiting the village you are not only actively supporting the local rural communities, but you are also gaining important insight into the Zimbabwean rural life – the family dynamics, schooling, local customs and traditions; and the local politics