Top 5 Must Do's in Victoria FallsEdit This
Welcome to the land of pulsating adventure, action-packed sports, exciting game viewing and stimulating sea escapades. If you're an adrenaline junkie, don't miss these 5 Victoria Falls Must Do's.
1. Get On a Helicopter
Take the incredible helicopter sightseeing trip to catch a breathtaking view of Victoria Falls from the sky. The six- seater will whirl you around from the Zimbabwean side and give you awe-inspiring glimpses of Zambezi River and other attractions. The favorite option here is the ‘Flight of Angels’ ride that lasts for approximately 12-13 minutes. Rates for the ride are $ 121 per person excluding a few other charges.
2. Go White Water Rafting
Water sports junkies will never have it any better -Go on a White Water Rafting Day Trip. Zambezi River with its volatile water is ideal to launch rafts and go on a marine adventure spree. The activity is seasonal (subject to water levels). Avoid making a trip in April/May when the water rises and rafting becomes dangerous. Cost for a day trip $125 per person. Tourists can also go Kayaking, Jet Boating and hold your breath, Bungee Jumping! The best time to visit is from August to January when water levels are low and most activities are operational.
3. Try a Cruise
The not so daring can take a placid breakfast, lunch, dinner or sunset river cruise with an opportunity to experience the beauty of the pristine Zambezi waters. Sundown Cruises are the most popular options, with guests seizing the magnificence of the blazing sunset and cheering Africa’s wild exquisiteness.
4. Visit the Nakavango Private Game Reserve
Watch Africa’s conspicuous tryst with boondocks on a charming Elephant Back Ride or a brusque game drive that offer brilliant previews of the glorious and rare wildlife species within the sprawling Nakavango Private Game Reserve. Travelers will love the Lion Walk Safari where a charming pride will lead you through their territory and allow you a peek into their idiosyncrasies in natural surroundings. Make sure you wear comfortable walking shoes and attire. Tourists can also take a Night safari complete with a 3-course dinner, drinks and campfire.
5. Check Out the Crocodiles
Visit the Crocodile Farm and Nature Sanctuary that houses rare reptiles and other species of wildlife. View fascinating sights of hatching crocodile eggs and feed the older ones with guidance from their care-takers. There is also a tea-garden, aquarium, museum and a full-fledged leather manufacturing unit that puts up finished goods for sale at the site.
If you're heading to Victoria Falls, you won't want to miss out on these 5 must do's.