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Victoria Falls, locally known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, “The Smoke That Thunders”. This magnificent waterfall is located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and is just an hours drive from the Matetsi Unit 3 camp. Although not the highest or the widest waterfall in the world this magnificent waterfall is classified as the world’s largest sheet of falling water. At over 5600ft long and a height of 354ft this thundering wall of water has earned its place as one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

Image by Loren Dosti


Whitewater rafting, bungee jumping and gorge swinging are activities that are sure to get your heart racing. Whitewater rafting starts just below the mighty falls, this mass of thundering water continues down the Zambezi river and contains a total of 23 rapids. You can book a half or a full day rafting. Bungee jumping takes place on the Victoria Falls bridge, this bridge serves as a crossing place and the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The bungee jump is a 333ft high, 4-second free fall towards the Zambezi river gushing below in the valley. The gorge swing is a leap into the vast Batonka canyon downstream from the falls. The swing is done from a wire spanning the vast chasm of the 360ft high and 900ft wide gorge. This zero gravity swing begins with a 210ft free-fall into the canyon below, where your harness and jump ropes then support your weight and whisk you across to the opposite end of the gorge.

Image by Saulius Sutkus


For those a little less adventurous, we offer you the opportunity to see Victoria Falls from the air. “The Flight Of Angels” is a helicopter ride that will give you a birds eye view of these magnificent falls as they cascade into the valley below, throwing up a spray sometimes over 100ft high. Lastly we offer you the calm serenity of a sunset river cruise. This relaxing cruise takes place above the falls and is the ultimate spot for game viewing and sundowners.


Victoria Falls Safari Spa

The largest and first purpose-built spa in Victoria Falls has opened on the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge estate making your holiday even more relaxing or the ideal destination for a wellness weekend, couples’ or girls’ getaway or for pre-wedding beauty treatments. Nestled in peaceful indigenous woodland, rich in birdlife, and with the occasional warthog or bushbuck passing by, the Victoria Falls Safari Spa is reminiscent of an African safari tented camp filled with ethnic fabrics and artefacts.


The Lookout Café

The Wild Horizons Lookout Café is an iconic restaurant in Victoria Falls where casual dining is a decadent affair. Menus range from cocktails and canapes to diverse meal options for seated dinners. Imported wine from South African vineyards and flavours foraged from nature make the ‘place on a plate’ sentiment a reality. Delicious food, staggering views and exceptional service make the Lookout Café a must-try place to eat out in Victoria Falls.

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