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Victoria Falls

Feel the Rumble Underfoot as you Marvel at the Crashing Falls

No trip to Zambia would be complete without a visit to the Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Rainbows glitter in the blanketing spray, as water crashes in a spectacular, roaring tumult into the gorge below.

You can appreciate the falls from many angles; how close you get depends on how adventurous you’re feeling. There are plenty of scenic vantage points to capture inspiring photos, but if you’re up for a punch of adrenalin, nothing beats swimming in the Devil’s Pool at the top of the falls during the dry season, or kayaking in the rapids below. The ride is sheer raw excitement within a gorge up to 250m deep. You can also try abseiling over the edge or, for the ultimate thrill, bungee jump into clear space, free as a bird, saved from the swirling waters below by the rebound of the cord, which hurtles you up again at great speed.
 
The so-called “Flight of the Angels’ is an unbeatable way to see the falls in all their glory. You can take to the skies in a light aircraft, as well as by microlight or helicopter. This winged view gives you a truer feel for the monumental size of this incredible natural wonder.
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Accommodation:
Tongabezi Lodge

Wake up to the sound of birdsong, visit Victoria Falls and dine on the banks of the Zambezi River on your own private veranda. Tongabezi Lodge is the perfect place to enjoy Zambia at your own serene pace, and to relax at the end of the day.

Accommodation:
Royal Chundu River Lodge

After a heart-pounding experience at Victoria Falls, the perfect solution is to retreat to your private island at Royal Chundu Private Island Lodge, admiring the marvellous natural habitats in the quiet comfort of the wild.

Accommodation:
Royal Livingstone

Elephant treks, exhilarating views of Victoria Falls, and a selection of spa treatments and action-packed activities set The Royal Livingstone apart from other luxury properties in this popular southern area of Zambia. It’s a perfect place to unwind and a convenient base for thrilling excursions.

Accommodation:
Sussi & Chuma

Sussi and Chuma, named after the two friends of the great explorer David Livingstone, offers guests the opportunity to stay in a treehouse in one of the most beautiful areas of the Zambezi River. Enjoy luxury spa treatments with breathtaking riverbank views.

Accommodation:
Islands Of Siankaba

The Islands of Siankaba is a five star retreat offering seven luxurious chalets on two private islands with spectacular, secluded river views. It is between the famous Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park, a wildlife-spotter’s paradise known for its diversity and density of wildlife.