Hop onto the back of a quad bike and see awesome panoramic views and wildlife. Enjoy the experience of a lifetime with friends or family under the supervision of a…
Explore the spectacular landscapes surrounding Livingstone, Zambia and Batoka Gorge on all-terrain quad bikes for a good 60 minutes!
These ultimate adventure vehicles allow both novice and experienced riders to explore the area at their own leisurely pace.
Under the supervision of a qualified guide, enjoy stunning panoramic views, birdlife and even the possibility of spotting some wildlife. The quad bike trips vary from bush track riding while experiencing local village life, to the shorter quad bike eco safaris.
No previous experience is required, the trails are conducted at a relaxed pace that suits everyone.
On a journey that takes them exploring, navigating, and negotiating, teams are forced to rely on their wit and creativity, crisis management…
decision-making, lateral thinking, problem-solving, and communication. They are fuelled by initiative and determination not to finish last.
Visits to a cultural village, museum tasks, bargaining for goods, and crossword puzzles are just a few of the activities that teams may participate in while following a trail of clues to complete their programmes
The Interactive Village Challenge, for cultural enthusiasts, requires teams to navigate a map and find the correct homesteads where they will be presented with their challenge. Teams can be led by a local family through basic farming skills or participate in the construction of a local hut through interactive exercises.
CSR projects are also offered in a variety of communities across the region.
Each team-building activity is designed to be both fun and educational, giving participants a sense of accomplishment while also introducing a small but important element of competition.
Travel through the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park on a 3-hour Livingstone game drive. With the help of our knowledgeable guides, you can expect to see some of Africa’s most…
beautiful animals, including the endangered white rhino, elephant, giraffe, zebra, buffalo, various antelope, warthog, giraffe, and many others.
The park has a plethora of birdlife, with over 400 species waiting to be discovered, making it a great outing for both birders and photographers. This is a terrific Livingstone safari activity since our guides are well-trained and have a wealth of knowledge.
Traditional Village Visit
Guests are able to gain an insight into Zambian rural life. This enables visitors to understand the cultural aspect of this lifestyle and allows them to interact…
with different cultures, often for the first time. This is a good experience for children.
Some of the villages you will visit were founded around the 13th Century. It is home to the Leya people. The chief will invite visitors into his village to get a glimpse of how his people have lived for generations and to learn a little about their traditional customs and beliefs.
The Chief’s guides and the people of the village are more than happy to show visitors their huts and take you inside, explain how they are built and decorated, introduce you to various craftsmen and women at work and ask you to taste some traditional foods and beer.
This is a working village, not a purpose-built tourist attraction, and it is a privilege to be welcomed into their lifestyle.
Livingstone Island Visit
David Livingstone first glimpsed the Mosi-oa-Tunya (Smoke that Thunders) after being canoed across to this very island. Located on the edge of the Falls, thrill seekers have…
have the unique chance to swim in an infinity pool like no other! Devil’s Pool allows guests to peer over the brim of the largest curtain of falling water in the world.
Be taken on a guided tour of the island, learning about its history from ancient times when it served as a sacrificial site to the present day and its World Heritage status.
Devil’s Pool is open during the drier months of the year, usually between mid-August and mid-January, when the Zambezi water levels are low enough for swimmers to take the plunge.
Guided Tour of the Falls
A natural phenomenon and one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls is an immense 1.5 km wide curtain of water cascading 111 metres into…
the Batoka gorge. Surrounding the falls is a luscious rain forest, sustained year-round by the spray created by the thundering falls.
There are plant species here that are rarely seen elsewhere in Zambia. During peak flow, the Zambian side of the Falls is a spectacular sight and walkways lead to vantage points across the Knife Edge Bridge.
Water levels from December/January through to July are very high so clients can expect to get showered by the spray. We recommend bringing a waterproof jacket and if you are bringing a camera, a watertight bag to keep it dry.
The Falls are very low in October when not much water flows over the edge making for a drier Victoria Falls tour experience. This is probably the best time to view the Victoria Falls cliff faces which gives a better view of the sheer scale of the gorge.
Livingstone Museum & Market Visit
The Livingstone Museum houses the most comprehensive memorabilia of the explorer and missionary, Dr. David Livingstone who became…
the first European to discover the great waterfall which he named the Victoria Falls after Queen Victoria in 1855. A guided tour offers an interesting sight into the life and work of one of the world’s great explorers. There are also very interesting displays on the Stone Age people who first lived in this area and an African cultural section that includes traditional living, medicines and witchcraft. Dambwa Market offers an authentic African market tour in Livingstone. Guests also gain insight into how the local people buy and sell goods such as traditional foodstuffs, basic house ware, fabrics and livestock. The tour lasts around 2 ½ hours and may be booked for the morning or afternoon.
White Water Rafting
The Zambezi offers what is arguably the finest one-day white water rafting trip on the planet. It is an exceptional day out. Every traveller has different time constraints…
fitness levels and expectations. Given enough time in Livingstone, a full day Zambezi white water rafting adventure allows for 5 hours on the river. Once you have completed this exciting challenge you will see why the Zambezi River offers some of the best white water rafting.
All of our guides are International Rafting Federation Accredited, we run unparalleled guest to guide ratios.
The rafting experience is seasonal dependent on the water level with the low water season being the optimal time to go rafting from August to December.
The high water season runs from Jan-Feb and June-July with the first 10 rapids not being included due to the sheer volume of water.
Raft Float & Picnic Lunch
This takes place on the Upper Zambezi River above Victoria Falls, Zambia, ideal for groups who want something a little calmer than the extremes of the white water rafting.
Paddles are provided for you while the guide utilises oars, but if you would sooner relax and let the guide do all the work, no problem!
You will be rafting in state-of-the-art eight-person inflatable rafts that are incredibly stable when running small rapids yet are easy to maneuver and paddle. After all, these are the same type of rafts used to negotiate class 4 and 5 rapids in the gorge below the Victoria Falls.
The Zambezi River above the Victoria Falls changes its nature continuously, from wide-open expanses of water to narrow tree-lined channels meandering between the myriad of rock and sand islands. Game is abundant throughout!
Sunset Boat Cruise
The river is calm and perfectly suited for sedate and relaxing Zambezi River cruises.
The cruise will take you along the river boundary of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, around Siloka Island and back with plenty of opportunities for game viewing, bird watching and sunset photo opportunities. The daytime cruises last for about an hour and a half and the sunset cruise lasts for two hours.
Things you may see along the way – Elephant, hippo, crocodile, various antelope, Buffalo, bee-eaters, fish eagle, zebra and giraffe to name a few.
On holiday in Livingstone and want to do a spot of fishing? Try your hand at catching the renowned Tiger Fish while enjoying an abundance of wildlife.
Experienced guides will take you to the best fishing area where your thirst for action can be satisfied. Over 75 species of fish lurk in these waters including bream and the renowned tiger fish. Whether the serious angler, recreational fisherman or first-timer – there is enjoyment to be had by all. A variety of wildlife can also be viewed along the river, from hippo to soaring eagles, the churning rapids to the serenity of a gently flowing river.
Half-Day and full-day excursions with refreshments are available.
Enjoy a breathtaking flight over the Victoria Falls and the magnificent gorge carved into the surrounding terrain by the Zambezi River over thousands of years.
An experience like this simply cannot be missed. As you glide through the ‘smoke’ of the Falls, you may feel like you have been kissed by an angel!
Choose between a 15-minute flight that swoops over the Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River or a longer 30-minute flight that adds a low-level swoop over the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park to spot river wildlife and birds.
The so-called ‘flight of angels’ is undoubtedly the most breath-taking way to see the magnificent Victoria Falls in all their glory, and to get those picture…
postcard panoramic photos you have always dreamed of. This is also a terrific chance to witness the Zambezi River as it winds its way up to the Falls, as well as the formation of the breathtaking gorges below.
This is the most personal way to view the Falls from the air, with just the qualified pilot and one client per aircraft.
All flights leave from Maramba Aerodrome in Livingstone and are at the Falls within about a minute.
Bridge Adrenaline Activities
111 metres of pure adrenalin. Based on The Victoria Falls Bridge, the Bungee jump, gorge swing and cable slide can certainly be classed as the most scenic…
in the world. To the north and northeast, you will see a section of the Victoria Falls and the first rapids below (maybe a few white water rafters as well). To the west, the river goes on between the steep cliff faces, and above the gorge in the distance, you can see the iconic Victoria Falls Hotel.
Vintage Train Dinner
Romantic 5-star dining on the tracks. Board the Royal Livingstone Express for a 15-kilometre journey starting in Livingstone and venturing through the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park…
along with one of the most historic railway lines on the African continent. During the journey, you can disembark to take in the sunset and enjoy pre-dinner drinks in the lounge or observation cars before your six-course meal in the dining carriage.