- Victoria Falls
- Rhodes and the Railway
- Victoria Falls Bridge
- Victoria Falls Hotel
- Travel and Tourism
- A Tour of the Falls
Victoria Falls and the Zambezi River offer some of the most stunning scenic backdrops for a variety of tourism activities aimed at exploring the landscape in style. See also our safari tour options.
The best ways to view the Falls in their full splendour is from the air - and a flight over the Falls is not to be missed. Choose from helicopter flight or microlight plane (Zambia side only).
For those who want to experience the wonders of the Zambezi River at a slightly more subdued pace, canoeing on the upper river is the way to go. The bird-life and game that has made the banks of the river home can be seen at close range as you paddle yourself down the river. For those with limited time , you can do a half-day or full-day, 18 km canoe trip.
There's more than one way to cruise on the Zambezi, reflecting the various types of boat, service and target audience. On one side of the scale, leisurely sunset cruises with sundowners and snacks aimed to enjoy the wildlife and scenery. On the other side, booze cruises with as much as you can drink aimed at enjoying yourself as much as possible. The problem is both are often advertised as the same - so take the time to check our selection of Zambezi river cruises.
Dubbed the ultimate infinity pool and picnic spot in the world, the Devil’s Pool is a natural rock pool on the edge of the Victoria Falls adjacent to Livingstone Island on the Zambian side of the Zambezi river. During the dry season, Devil’s Pool is shallow enough that people can safely swim right to the edge before the waterfall drops more than 300 feet (100m).
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