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Comprehensive Guided Tour of the Victoria Falls on the Zambian side
Take you to a nearby restaurant /lodge for you to buy your own lunch.
Comprehensive Guided Tour of the Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwean side
The two tours complement each other as Zambia is full of "nooks and crannies" and Zimbabwe is very panoramic
Sunset Cruise trips along the Zambezi are a magnificent and extremely popular way to experience the river. All the boats, bar the jet boats, navigate a 6 km stretch of river above the Falls themselves, shallow waters and hazardous rocks prevent them from venturing any further. Although you do not see the Falls themselves during a cruise, a cloud of spray, visible from the boats, sits on the horizon, crowning the waterfall.
This section of river, which starts 3kms above the Falls is placid and wide and dissected with many islands. Resident hippo and crocodile are guaranteed sightings, whilst elephant herds are often seen as they cross from one island to the other in search of food. The birdlife is phenomenal and the sunsets are truly unforgettable.
The hotel pick ups commerce around 07:00am, guest are transported by road from Livingstone for about 1hr drive you will be at Kazungula border where you shall do your passport formalities on the Zambian side. Just after the passport formalities you cross the Zambezi River bordering Zambia and Botswana using a speed boat, the guide on Botswana side will be waiting for you on the other side of the river, they will drive about 100m you stop for passport formalities on the Botswana side.Thereafter, you drive through to our Botswana office where you shall join other day trippers and have a short briefing about the activity.
After briefing the guides will decide either to start a game drive, lunch then river safari cruise or the other way round.
Animals available in the park African painted dog, blue wildebeest, Cape buffalo, civet, crocodile, giraffe, hippopotamus, hyena, leopard, lion, puku (a type of antelope, assessed Near Threatened), savanna elephant, tseessebe, zebra, and much more.
Take a day trip to Chobe National Park in northern Botswana. Known for its large herds of elephants and Cape buffalo that gather along the Chobe River during dry season, the park is also home to hippos, zebras, lions, antelope and many other large game and bird species. Take two game drives in the park and enjoy lunch (included) on the riverbank.
Many travellers view the Falls from either the Zimbabwean or Zambian side. However this is a complete view of the falls as you are going to view them from both side in the company of a professional guide.You will learn the facts of this landmark as you will be on a guided tour.
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
A breathtaking adventure while experiencing Zambia the real Africa at the one of the the seven natural wonders of the world. The Magnificent Victoria Falls, Mosi oa Tunya Falls as it is commonly known by the local to mean the smoke that thunders.
Take a walk in a rain forest as you experience the heart-pounding sensation of actually standing on the very edge of the precipice above the raging waters of the mighty Zambezi River for something quite unforgettable.
Spray from the pounding water rises more than 60 feet into the air before tumbling down to create 24 hours of solid rain.
The Chobe Day Trip picks up from 07hours from Livingstone - destination Chobe National Park in Botswana. If you are coming from Livingstone, you will travel to the Kazungula Ferry and then across to Kasane. If you are coming from Victoria Falls, you will be transferred by vehicle to the Kazungula Border which is the border post between Zimbabwe and Botswana - a distance of 80km - here your Botswana Guide will meet you. Start either with a Game drive, lunch then River safari cruise or the other way round.
See the mighty Victoria Falls in all of their glory and learn of its abundant history as you take in the awesomeness of this seventh natural wonder and the largest curtain of falling waters in the world.
Comprehensive Guided Tour of the Victoria Falls on the Zambian side Take you to a nearby restaurant /lodge for you to buy your own lunch. Comprehensive Guided Tour of the Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwean side The two tours complement each other as Zambia is full of "nooks and crannies" and Zimbabwe is very panoramic
At the Royal Livingstone deck, board the River Safari boat for an exciting speedy ride over the rapids, then slow down to a leisurely peace to enjoy close-up game viewing before stopping for delicious refreshments on one of the islands. The adventure then continues upstream on the Zimbabwean side of Siloka Island where you join the African Queen or the African Princess to toast the Zambezi sunset from the comfort of these royal cruises. The trip back to the Royal Landing in the fading light is a magical conclusion to your Zambezi experience
The Devil's Pool itself is a deep natural pool that has been created by thousands of years of erosion,but what is unique about it is that there is a rock ledge on the lip on the falls,where the water is only a few centimeters deep.this natural barrier is what allow you to jump into the deep pool but not get swept over the edge.
Maximize your chances of viewing wildlife in Chobe National Park on this full-day excursion from Victoria Falls. Take a safari through the park and cruise down the Chobe River with a guide for the opportunity to see native wildlife like big cats and tropical birds in their natural habitat.
The clients are transported by road from Livingstone to Kazungula border about 45 minutes drive where they cross the river using a speed boat because there is no bridge to cross the Zambezi River that borders Zambia and Botswana. Thereafter crossing the game drive vehicle waiting for them at the other side of the river. After a short drive they do the passport formalities at Botswana side and proceed to the office where they shall be given a brief of the Chobe Full Day Trip safari tour.
The tour starts with River safari, Lunch at the 5(five) stars lodge and then game drive in Chobe National Park up to 4pm-5pm.
Visiting Victoria Falls from Livingstone with a guide not only eases transportation logistics, but also creates a richer experience at the falls. Your guide shares insight about how the waterfall was formed and takes you on a walking tour of the falls’ greatest attractions, including Victoria Falls Bridge, Devil’s Pool, and a waterside picnic area where you enjoy an included lunch.
Hiking in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Mosi oa Tunya National Park with a guide ups your chances of spotting animals like giraffes, warthogs, and zebras in the wild. This tour takes you on a guided trek routed to feature the best of the park’s plant and animal life up-close, featuring the quality of insight only possible from a local guide.
Discover Africa’s iconic wildlife on an overnight safari that includes game drives and a river cruise. Choosing a safari that includes traveling by both land and water gives you a chance to spot more wildlife. Plus, staying overnight in tents allows you to look for wildlife in the morning and evening when animals are typically the most active.
Discover the rich biodiversity of Chobe National Park on a tour of the game reserve. Chobe is home to one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa including giraffe, elephants, zebra, and lions. A delicious lunch is included in your package as well as hotel pickup from Livingstone through the Kazungula Border.
Welcome to Victoria Falls Bridge in Zimbabwe, the Victoria Falls Bridge is the gate into the neighbour country Zambia. It's about 5 kilometres away from the Victoria Falls town. Clients they go through the boarder post Zimbabwe side before the proceed to the bridge. Victoria Falls Bridge is one of the oldest bridges in the world.
Mosi oa tunya national Park host one of the seven natural wonders of the world,come and experience with us as it is difficult to step back from awe,to even begin to consider how this all came to be,it's almost too much way beyond the reach of imaginations. Feel the margic towering column of spray when the river is high.
The local people call it the mosi oa tunya, commonly known the smoke that thunders and it is a waterfalls in southern Africa on the Zambezi river at the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The falls is 1.708 meters wide, making it the largest falling certain of water in the world and it drops between 90 to 108 meters into the Zambezi gorge with an average of 550,000 cubic litres of water plummet over the edges every minute. In the driest months of the year (October and November) the falls on the Zambian side drys up completely and you find yourself staring on the rock wall. This doesn't happen on the zimbabwe side of the falls where the main falls flows all year around.
See daily life in a traditional African village on a private tour to Mukuni Village. Unlike other villages that have been reconstructed specifically for tourists, Mukuni is an authentic community. You can interact with Leya people who are going about their daily lives, not docents putting on a show. Along the way, culture enthusiasts can learn about the local customs and traditional building techniques from a personal guide and villagers.