- Trip Outline
Without a doubt a Tour of the Victoria Falls is a must do. The falls are one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the World’s largest curtain of falling water. The Victoria Falls are 1708m wide with an average depth of about 100m. The spray of the Falls is visible from many kilometers away. The waters of the Zambezi River have so far carved out 8 spectacular gorges which are breeding sites for several endangered bird species among them the critically endangered Taita Falcon.
Our tour of the Victoria Falls starts with the walk upstream with some spectacular views in to the gorge and towards Livingstone Island. Dr. David Livingstone minted the name Victoria Falls in honor of Queen Victoria of England in 1855 when he was the first European to see them. His statue is overlooking the Victoria Falls. The Falls are locally known as Mosi-oa-Tunya or the “Smoke that Thunders”. The tour continues in front of the Falls across the Knife-edge Bridge to the Dead End Point. Afterwards we can down in to the gorge through the only piece of rainforest in Southern Zambia.
Duration of the tour: 2-3hrs
Fitness level: average to medium (to go down to the gorge)
- guided tour of the Victoria Falls to see it from all angles
- duration is approximately 2-3hrs
Victoria FallsWe pick you from your accommodation in Livingstone at the agreed time. While at the Victoria Falls (Zambian site) we will walk upstream, in front of the Falls and will go down in to the gorge. Be prepared to get wet especially during the high water season from January to July. A bottle of water is provided.
- pick up / drop off at your accommodation in Livingstone
- entrance fees
- a bottle of water
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There is no minimum age for this activity. Persons younger than 18 years need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
An average fitness level is fine. We are walking at a leisurely pace and stop frequently for photos and to enjoy the view. A medium level of fitness is required for the path down in to the gorge.
Please wear trekking sandals or rafters and comfortable light clothing. Depending on the water levels and wind direction it is possible to get wet. A hat and sunblock is highly recommended. A pair of binoculars and of cause your camera but please have it in awaterproof bag.