Fishing on the ZambeziYour host will guide you through the Falls and point-out important features as well as discuss the formation of the falls, their significance to the local tribes and religions etc. Transferred to a boat launch site a few kilometers upriver where a professional river-guide will meet you and take you further upriver by boat to the raging rapids where tiger fish frolic for an afternoon of fishing.
The Zambezi River is well renowned for its sport fishing of the Tiger Fish which is best caught between the months of August to March when the water is warmer. The Upper Zambezi is home to 15 species of Bream, as well as Yellow Fish, Barbel, Bottlenose, Squeaker and Labeo which are just a few of the 84 different species of fish that have been identified in this river. The costs include fishing tackle and bait, as well as transfers from Vic Falls and Livingstone Lodges and tea/coffee or drinks.
The Zambezi River has over 40 species of fish, of which the famous fighting tiger fish is just but one. If lucky, guests may also encounter the yellow bream, 3-spot tilapia, catfish etc. Drinks and picnic lunch served on board - An early morning for a full days fishing on the Zambezi River.
Picnic and drinks are served on board. Your boat has a sunroof which can be folded away to allow for casting Overnight at the Zambezi Sun Hotel.