Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe is evocatively known as Mosi-oa-Tunya or “The Smoke that Thunders” in the local Tonga language. The waterfall is extraordinarily thunderous, and the billows of mist undulating around the cascade can be seen from 20 miles away. The falls are a result of River Zambezi flowing into a fault line between Zambia and Zimbabwe, and thus are in full force during February and March. Victoria Falls is the largest sheet of falling water in the whole world, embodying the beauty that David Livingstone, could only call “scenes so lovely they must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight.”
Of course such a majestic water spectacle opens up a whole lot of possibilities. Standing at the edge and marveling at it is an experience thrilling in itself, but the riskier swimming at the Devil’s pool (right at the edge), during the months when the current is less powerful (between September and December) creates more memories.
So is bungee jumping & gorge swinging, an adrenaline-filled free fall into the mighty Zambezi, or white water rafting, swimming, paddling at the rapids below.
A destination for the adrenaline junkie
VICTORIA FALLS EXPLORER
Three night VALUE FOR MONEY Victoria Falls experience
from only USD 410 per person sharing
Exclusive offer for Africa residents Valid to 31 Dec 2021
Shearwater Explorers Village Located just 400m from the Victoria Falls, 100m from the epicenter of the Victoria Falls town with its craft and curio markets, bohemian cafes and overlooking natural African bush panorama, the Explorers Village is the perfect 'Base Camp' from which to explore the wonders of Victoria Falls and launch yourself into some unforgettable adventures.
Scheduled transfer between Victoria Falls Airport and Hotel
3 Nights at Explorers Village - Deluxe Room – Accommodation, Continental Breakfast
Scheduled - Sunset Cruise (incl. National Parks River Usage Fee)
Guided Tour of Victoria Falls (incl. Victoria Falls Rainforest National Parks Fee)
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