If there is any magic in this world, it is contained in water. Perhaps this is why the Victoria Falls rainforest is such a captivating and enchanting place. There is a little bit of heaven reflected onto the earth in the curtain of water that cascades into the heart of the world. The Victoria Falls possesses a beauty that is impossible to replicate through any man-made efforts, and a trip to Southern Africa would not be complete without seeing it. It is a natural wonder of the world, created by nature to remind us of just how powerful and complex she is. A guided tour of the falls enables you to delve into the local customs and traditions while gaining insight into how such an exquisite creation came to be. An aura of excitement envelopes everyone who lays eyes on this incredible spectacle and guided tours are conducted from the Zimbabwean and Zambia side. The adventure ends at a craft market at the entrance of the rainforest, where guests can appreciate the talented local craftsmen or purchase a memento of this special experience.
Victoria Falls tour
- Experience Victoria falls, one of the natural Wonders of the World
- Delve into the local customs and traditions whilst gaining insight into how such an exquisite creation came to be.
- Guided walking tour of the Zimbabwean side of the Victoria Falls, park fees, bottled water and hooded raincoat rental
- Return transfers fro hotels/lodges in Victoria Falls town
- All other services
Collection from Victoria Falls hotels/lodges Pick up times vary depending on properties clients are lodging at
What you need to bring: Comfortable/non slip shoes or sandals, Hat/Cap, sunglasses, Sunscreen and mosquito repellent & Cameras (ensure you have these in waterproof bags/plastics between the months of February - August)
Operates daily Duration 2.5 hours including transfer times. Scheduled timings are 08h30, 10h30 and 14h30 Tours may be booked in the morning or afternoon The entrance to the Falls is open between 06:00hrs and 18:00hrs Pick up times vary depending on properties clients are lodging at