Walking Safari

AM or PM Walking Safari or Optional Full Day Game Drive /Walking Safari in the Zambezi National Park.


WALKING SAFARI 06:00 – 10:00 7 USD$120.00
WALKING SAFARI 14:30 – 18:30 7 USD$120.00
FULL DAY COMBO DRIVE & WALK 06:00 – 18:30 7 USD$160.00


 Prices EXCLUDE USD$15.00 per person per day National Park Fees. These are payable directly to National Parks upon entrance.

You will be accompanied by one of our Senior Professional Guides as well as a Junior Guide.

Enter the upper Zambezi National Park and start with a two and a half hour walking Safari, following game trails in search of the many species of animals and birds that inhabit this stunning area of the Zambezi River. Walking safaris will depend on what you see on the ground in the morning/afternoon either following and tracking game of interest or walking from designated area to area depending on the time of the year.

Lunch will be served on the banks of the Zambezi River.

The afternoon will consist of driving through to Chamabonda Vlei stopping at any sightings that may be of interest. Chamabonda Vlei has lookout points as well as waterholes where a variety of game can be observed coming down to drink. Bird life in the Chamabonda Vlei is well renowned and a must for all birders. Afternoon refreshments and sundowners will be served.

What to Wear

  • Comfortable attire that provides sun protection. Hats, Warm clothing in winter (April to August). (No Bright Colours)
  • Sunscreen and lip balm (guides will have dry bag for this)
  • Sturdy shoes / hiking boots. Your shoes must be securely fitted to your feet (i.e. no flip-flops).
  • Bring as little as possible!

 Duration 06:00am – 18:30pm hrs including transfer times. Daily, all year round, Weather permitting

Guests or Spectators:  No spectators allowed

Ages: Minimum age is 12. ( Unless prior arrangements have been made with RWS management). 

Fitness Level: Some form of fitness is required. It can get hot and the terrain is undulating.
Experience Level: No Experience Required.


Victoria Falls Cultural Tour With Lunch


  • Category: Culture
  •  Duration: 2 Hours
  • Location: Zimbabwe
    In the morning you’re taken to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Mosi-oa-Tunya, otherwise
    known as Victoria Falls for a private tour.
  • Immerse yourself in the culture, heritage, and history of Victoria Falls.
  • Private guided tour of Victoria Falls.
  • Lunch at Ilala Lodge.
  • Township, craft market, and big tree tour.
  • High Tea at Victoria Falls Hotel.
    After the walk, you’re treated to lunch at Ilala lodge before setting out to see the township, craft
    market, bridge, and big tree. Learn of the pioneers and experience the local culture. Finally, you’re
    taken to Victoria Falls Hotel, the oldest in Zimbabwe, to have its famous high tea and learn of the
    history of the town.
    Important Information
  • Please remember to respect local customs. For further guidance on social conventions, ask
    your guide.
  • This tour DOES NOT cover park entry fees: $30 international, $20 SADC, $7 Zimbabweans to
    go directly to the Park.
  • Be sure to book ahead for this tour so that your booking runs smoothly.
    Why you will love this
    In the morning, you’re picked up from your hotel and taken to Victoria Falls for a guided tour. Get
    ready to witness the remarkable power of nature, and a spectacle you will remember for life. The
    walk of the falls takes around two hours after which you’re treated to lunch at Ilala lodge or The
    Lookout Cafe. After lunch, see the bridge and learn of its construction while seeing the high-flying
    activities that happen there. From the bridge, we progress to a short tour of Victoria Falls Hotel,
    being the oldest hotel in the land, and holding the history of the resort town. Enjoy the hotel’s
    famous high tea, with spectacular views of the Victoria Falls Bridge. From the hotel, we go and
    see the big tree which is over 1,000 years old, where the pioneers in Victoria Falls spent their nights
    to and from Zambia in the early years. We then leave for the township to see how the local people
    live and learn of the local customs. You also have the opportunity to see the craft markets, where
    you can browse through a selection of handcrafts made by Zimbabwean artists.
  • Transport to and from your hotel within Victoria Falls town
  • Experienced and qualified guide
  • Lunch À la carte menu
  •  World-renowned high tea at Victoria Falls Hotel
  • Water


starts at 9 am and finishes around 4 pm

Chinotimba Village Tour

ctivity Description

Chinotimba Township Tour- experience the warmth of an African urban settlement.

The word Chinotimba describes the roar of the water from the mighty Victoria Falls in the local Nambya language. The Nambya and the Tonga people are the original people of the Victoria Falls area. The majority of people in Victoria Falls live in the Chinotimba township, which has a population of approximately 60 000 people.

During the Township Tour, guests will have an opportunity to observe township-life – from the oldest houses to the taverns, the local market and churches. During a visit to the Chinotimba Primary School clients are introduced to the school headmaster – he or someone assigned will take the guests on a tour of the school after which the children may sing a song (Please note that school visits are subject to the schools being open).


Departure Times: Between 10h00 and 10h30 or 13h20 and 13h45 from hotels and B&B’s in Victoria Falls Town.
Please note that school visits are subject to the schools being open.


Duration 2 hours
When All year round
Where Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Weather Weather permitting
What to Wear Comfortable attire that provides sun protection · Hiking/running shoes · Warm clothing in winter (April to August).
Things to Bring Comfortable attire that provides sun protection · Sunscreen · Mosquito repellent.
Guests or Spectators No spectators allowed


Ages all ages allowed
Fitness Level No Fitness Requirement
Experience Level No Experience Requirement

Inclusions Exclusions

Inclusions A Chinotimba Township Tour & Transfers to and from your hotel or B&B within Victoria Falls.

Exclusions Items of a personal nature.

Lion Encounter (The Lion Walk)

Days – Daily
Minimum two/ Maximum participants – 2 / 24
Departure – Early Morning, Mid-morning and Afternoon ( 06h30-
06h45, 10h00-10h15 and 15h30-15h45)
Duration – 3 hours
Language – English
Age Restrictions – Children below the age of 15 years will,
unfortunately, not be able to partake in Lion Encounter activity. A Guardian must accompany children between 15 and 18 years of age throughout the trip. There is also a height limitation of 1.5 metres. Anyone shorter than this will not be permitted to participate in the Lion Encounter
Highlights – Guests are picked up from their respective accommodation and transported to Lion Encounter where tea, coffee and cordials will be served. After this guests will be shown a short film (7 minutes) about the lion release program and related research, community and
conservation projects. After a safety briefing, guests will get to meet the lion cubs and their handlers for their bush walk. Each lion is under the charge of a Handler – the trips are lead by a professional Guide, who is armed and carries a first aid kit and handheld radio. The guide and handlers will answer any questions as well as provide knowledge on lions and the environment in general. The morning Safari ends with a Full English Breakfast on the deck at Masuwe safari Lodge. The Mid-morning and afternoon safaris end with a good choice of snacks and drinks. The lion walk lasts approximately 1hr to 1¼ hr.
No skirts or sarongs are permitted on any lion activity
Please no bright colours of clothing
All guests must be in suitable footwear which is attached to the wearer’s feet over the
toe and around the heel – no flip flops /slops
Bags will not be allowed on the walk or encounter, please do not bring valuable items,
any items left will be at owners risk
All participants must receive the safety briefing and sign an indemnity form before going
on any activity
All participants should ensure that they have adequate medical insurance before taking
part in an activity

Horse Ride Safari

Activity Description

Enjoy a gentle horseback ride within the National Park along trails daringly beautiful Livingstone landscapes.


Provider Livingstone’s Adventure

Duration2 hours

When: Throughout the year, subject to availability

Where: The activity starts and finishes at the stables at the Falls Resort

Weather: The activity cannot take place during thunderstorms or heavy rain

What to Wear: It is advised that riders wear suitable closed footwear to protect their feet. Comfortable outdoor clothing should be worn. Skirts and dresses are not recommended. A poncho or raincoat in the rainy season is advisable· Comfortable attire that provides protection from the sun · Hiking/running shoes · Hair ties (for longer hair) · Warm clothing in winter (April to August) Lockers are available; however, guests are implored to leave valuables at home/the hotel.

What to Bring: Clients are advised to bring the following with them: · Sunscreen · Mosquito repellent. Sunglasses

Guests or Spectators: Due to the nature and location of the activity, visitors not partaking in the activity will not be able to accompany their group.


Minimum Age12 years

Minimum Height0.0 m

Maximum Height0.0 m

Fitness LevelNo Fitness Requirement

QualificationsNot Applicable

Maximum Weight100.0 kg

CertificationNone Required

Experience LevelNo Experience Requirement

Inclusions and Exclusions


Return road transfers from local Livingstone accommodation venues
an experienced guide will accompany you on the trail
We supply all riding equipment required for our trails.
Helmets are provided and must be worn at all times during the trail
Refreshments on the trail

Exclusions: Items of a personal nature


Children under the age of sixteen will require written permission from a parent or guardian in order to undertake our horseback trails.


Zambezi Explorer Cruise

The Zambezi Explorer Vessel

Launched in 2013, the custom-designed five-star cruise vessel takes guests on a luxury trip along the Zambezi River. The Zambezi Explorer has three decks to choose from. Some people prefer to be high and have a wider vista from the uppermost deck, others prefer to be closer to the water, to get a closer look at the wildlife and birds on the river banks.

There is a different level of quality and price between the decks, so you need to choose which one you prefer. The two lower decks provide a luxury service where guests can choose from an exciting range of beverages and cocktails as well as a selection of delicious snacks. The ‘Signature Deck’ is the uppermost level and it is pure extravagance with gourmet hors d’oeuvres and premium beverages served from a private bar. VIP guests can relax in the comfort of the deep-set couches and enjoy the pleasure of luxury service.

Harvesting the abundant sunshine, almost the entire onboard facilities are solar-powered. It has wheelchair access and wheelchair-friendly facilities. The Zambezi Explorer Company caters for regular cruises, private functions, conferences and weddings.

The Experience

Guest are collected from their hotels and transferred to the Zambezi Explorer jetty site. Once everyone is on board, the captain fires up the barely audible engines and starts to cruise around the islands of the upper section of the Zambezi river. As with other cruise operators, the cruise boat stays well away from the Falls themselves, 4 km (2.49 miles) away.

Such a large body of water understandably attracts a whole host of wildlife which comes from the often dry interior to quench their thirst. The river is home to great pods of hippo, which are now accustomed to these cruises which can get close to them without any danger. The more sinister-looking crocodiles are regularly seen basking on the banks or gliding through the water. Elephantsgiraffebuffalo, waterbuck, kudu, impala, baboons and monkeys, along with a plethora of exotic birds are regular sightings.

Zambezi Explorer Cruises

The Zambezi explorer company offer breakfast, lunch, sunset cruises and dinner cruises. For more information about these options please refer to our Zambezi River Cruise page. They have a total of four boats of varying sizes which we have detailed below.

The Zambezi Explorer, which is the flagship and the largest in the fleet, with a maximum capacity of 150 passengers.

The Ma Roberts is a double-decker boat, with a maximum capacity of 70 passengers. This boat is mainly used for dinner cruises.

Zambezi Reflections has a single deck and a capacity of 34 passengers. This is also used mainly for dinner cruises and is a dedicated floating restaurant

The Kalunda is a small boat catering for only 6 passengers, so is ideal for couples, small groups or families, that are after a private and intimate cruise.

What you will need to bring

• National Parks Fees (currently US$10 per adult)
• Activity voucher/ticket from your agent
• Camera and/or binoculars (recommended)
• Smart casual dress (warm clothing in winter)
• Sunglasses and hat
• Insect/mosquito repellent
• Any medication that you might need

What you need to know

• Morning cruises -The boat departs from the jetty at approximately 06h15 (winter) or 06h00 (summer) and returns approximately 08h30 (winter) and 08h15 (summer)
• Sunset and cruises -The boat departs from the jetty at approximately 16h00 (winter) or 16h30 (summer) and returns approximately 18h00 (winter) and 18h30 (summer)
• Sunset and dinner cruises -The boat departs from the jetty at approximately 17h00 (winter) or 17h30 (summer) and returns approximately 20h00 (winter) and 20h30 (summer)
• Pick-up from your hotel can be up to one hour before the departure time from the jetty. The exact timing depends on which hotel you are staying at. We will confirm this when you make your booking through us.
• Transfers to and from the various hotels/lodges are included.
• Snacks, dinner and drinks are included
• Children (3-11 years) pay 50% of the adult rate. Children are welcome on river cruises. See other family-friendly activities.


Victoria Falls Photographic Tour

Victoria Falls Photographic Safari

Cruise the Mighty Zambezi River, with a focus on photography with this Victoria Falls photographic safari

You don’t have to be a professional photographer to capture breathtaking images of the Victoria Falls landscape or wildlife. Take a Victoria Falls photographic safari with your very own professional photographer coaching you every step of the way. Both beginners and professionals on this photography workshop will get the experience of stunning scenic beauty and amazing wildlife that is the Zambezi River and national park.

Victoria Falls has quite a few local professional wildlife photographers, some of who are also wildlife and safari guides. Some of them will be your photography coach on this eye-opening river safari. You can view their work by clicking on the links – Daniel PeelTami WalkerLesanne Dunlop.

This Victoria Falls activity is offered on a small jetboat (the same one you would ride while on a Sunset Jet Boat Safari) on the Zambezi River. The boat has a maximum capacity of 16 people, ideal for small groups with a feeling of having your own private cruise. Return transfers from your hotel to the jetty are included. There is also a toilet on board.

The Morning Workshop itinerary

06.00: Approximate pick-up time from your hotel, and transfer to the Bushtracks jetty.
06.30: Departure – Welcome tea or coffee, while receiving a brief introduction to the boat cruise and the photographic workshop. Including a brief description of the photographic opportunities we are likely to encounter, and how best to shoot them.
06.00-8:00: Cruise the Zambezi, surrounded by stunning views and photographic opportunities at every turn.
8:00: End of tour- A transfer vehicle will be waiting to take you back to your hotel.

Additional Information

• Included in the trip is tea, coffee, biscuits and muffins/rusks.
• Be sure to bring your camera, sunhat and sunglasses, warm clothes during winter.
• You will not need any valuables for this trip – passport, jewellery, and anything expensive that you will not be using. Have the hotel lock your valuables in a safe.
• There are no age restrictions. Children under 12 pay 50% of the adult rate, and those under 2 cruise free of charge.


Victoria Falls Lunar Rainbow

Lunar Rainbow

–See Full moon dates below minimum/ Maximum participants–Minimum One / Maximum N/ADeparture–To be confirmed local duration–2 hours language–English (French, German, Italian & Spanish available on private tours, at supplement cost–subject to availability)Highlights-Lunar rainbows, also known as “moonbows”, are rainbows that take place at night, when a rainbow is seen in the light of the moon. Victoria Falls is one of a very limited number of sites around the world, which are known for the occurrence of moonbows. A lunar rainbow is a spectacular event that can be seen only during the full moon. The Lunar rainbow tour is conducted over a period of 3days, during the full moon at Victoria Falls. Clients will be accompanied through the Rainforest by one of our qualified Guides who will give a brief history of the Falls themselves as well as other points of interest. Guides are also happy to assist clients with photographs whilst visiting this most spectacular of waterfalls. Raincoats are provided when needed

Bridge Tour

Bridge Tour

– 3151Days– Daily Times: 09:30hrs, 12:30hrs, 15:30hrs. Transfer pick-up time is 30 min prior.

Transfers: Return transfers to be provided from Local Hotel in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and from the Day Activity Centre in Livingstone Town (Zambia). Please note: * During the rainy season (Nov – Mar), tours may be interrupted by rain.* We suggest ladies do not wear skirts due to the harnesses required to be fitted when doing the “under the bridge” part of the tour.

Age & Medical Restrictions: * There is no minimum age for the Initial part of the tour, however for the physical part of the tour under the Bridge, the minimum age is 10 years of age.* Persons under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by at least 1 parent or guardian during the walk under the Bridge.*

The Indemnity certificates for all persons under the age of 18 years must be signed by the parent or guardian. * All clients are asked to declare any relevant medical problems for the walk under the bridge part of the tour. * Guest with the following conditions needs to declare these on check-in: Pregnancy, High Blood Pressure, Heart Conditions, Vertigo, Previous knee injuries Highlights:- Once the border formalities are done and indemnities signed, theatrical and entertaining presentations done on the history of the Bridge by a local actor who plays in the part of Georges Imbault, the Chief Construction Engineer who oversaw the building of the Bridge.

After the Presentation, the walk under the bridge is an exciting yet optional activity. Guests are provided with the necessary safety equipment. Before proceeding to the bridge, a safety demonstration and safety training is provided to ensure guest safety. For those scared of heights, a walk across the top of the Bridge along the pedestrian walkway can be taken. Upon returning from the bridge, an optional guided walk around the Visitors Centre where the guide shows you what was mentioned in the verbal presentation.

Border Formalities: The Victoria Falls Bridge lies in “no man’s land” between Zimbabwean and Zambian Border Posts. The tour includes a Meet-and-Assist service whereby our transfer drivers will assist clients with Border formalities. Please note: The guest will have to carry his/her passport to cross the respective Border. A visit to the Bridge does not affect the clients’ visa status. Carrying of passports is merely for identification purposes at the respective Border

Victoria Falls Bicycle Tour


  • Category: Scenic
  • Duration: 1.5 Hours
  • Location: Zimbabwe

Feel the wind in your hair, listening to the powerful roar of the rushing water, and stop for many breathtaking views along the way.

  • Admire scenic views of the Zambezi River
  • Experience local culture in Chinotimba
  • Chance to spot African wildlife including baboons, monkeys, and elephants

The very best way to get around Victoria Falls is to explore on two wheels and your own steam. A bicycle tour allows you to cover more terrain and experience this stunning natural wonder up-close. Explore the best of Victoria Falls on an hour and a half bike tour!

Important Information

  • The terrain in this area is mostly flat, with a few moderate inclines expected in some places.
  • An optional extra experience on this tour is to take a walk through the Rainforest Park. Park fees are extra.
  • Make sure to book ahead on this tour so that the booking will run smoothly.

Why you will love this

Taking a bicycle tour around Victoria Falls gives you the chance to see and experience more of the area than most visitors do. Your journey begins at the historic Victoria Falls Hotel, which was constructed in 1904.

Meander through the bustling local markets of Chinotimba Township and get a chance to visit a side of Victoria Falls that most tourists don’t see. Then, you ride out onto Zambezi Drive, a lush and diverse wildlife area where you might spot baboons, monkeys, warthogs, impala, and even majestic elephants. You also get to see the impressive Big Tree, an enormous Baobab that is over 1,000 years old.

The route takes you alongside the powerful Zambezi River where you stop at viewpoints along the way. Ride to the Victoria Falls Bridge and exit Zimbabwe on a gate pass (no need for a visa). In Zambia, marvel at a stunning view of the falls, the ideal photo opportunity. When you return to Zimbabwe, you ride along the scenic pathway back to the Victoria Falls Hotel. See the iconic bridge surrounded in the misty spray from the falls. This is a bike tour that will stay in your thoughts for a long time.

Whats included

  • Bicycle rental
  • Bottle of water
  • Guided bike tour of Victoria Falls and area

Session length

  • There is a morning and an afternoon tour available. Each tour lasts a maximum of three hours and will cover a distance of approximately 13 km.
  • The morning tour coincides with the sunrise and the afternoon tour is timed with the sunset, returning just as the sun sinks below the horizon.

What to bring

  • Your voucher
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • Sunglasses
  • Sturdy shoes


Victoria Falls Steam Train

  • Category: Scenic
  • Duration: 5.5 Hours
  • Location: Zambia

Enjoy a trip back in time on this five and a half-hour steam train dinner tour to the Victoria Falls Bridge.

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Passage on a steam train
  • Transport by air-conditioned coach
  • Professional guide
  • Drinks (local beer, wine, minerals, and cordials)
  • 4-course dinner
  • Afternoon tea
  • Bottled water
  • Entrance fees
  • Snacks

Experience all the luxury and grandeur of a bygone era, as you enjoy 5-star service, while savoring a silver service dinner, marveling in the surrounding beauty of Victoria Falls at sunset. This is the ultimate Victoria Falls gourmet dining experience. This is a shared small-group tour of up to 40 people with hotel pickup and drop-off in a comfortable, air-conditioned coach.

Victoria Falls Train Tour Details

You’re picked up from your hotel and transported to Bushtracks siding.

After photo opportunities with the beautiful Locomotive 156 or 204 there is a short safety briefing, followed by a refreshing drink, then a walk along the red carpet to the train and board your air-conditioned carriage. Once on board, the luxurious steam train will travel to the Victoria Falls Bridge where you’re served with light snacks and beverages along the way. At the bridge, which was built so passengers could feel the spray of the falls while on the train, you may embark for a wonderful photo opportunity of Victoria Falls while the sun sets.

After half an hour on the bridge, it’s time to return to Zambia and make the switch to the Mulobezi line which goes along the Zambezi River. This part of the journey gives you the opportunity to view local wildlife and the wonderful Zambian landscape, while being served drinks along the way.

When the dinner bell rings, it is time for the train manager to lead guests to the dining carriage where a four-course dinner, prepared by the staff at the Royal Livingstone Hotel, is served.

Guests return to Bushtracks siding about 8 pm and are transferred back to their hotels.


  • Premium drinks are available but are not included in the ticket price. These can be paid for with cash.
  • Food and drinks, unless specified

Additional information

  • Minimum drinking age is 18 years
  • Not advisable for young children as the trip can be too long for them, and they may disrupt other passengers
  • Very little walking is required on this tour and is suitable for all ages
  • Dress code is smart casual
  • Smoking is only permitted on the outside deck and not inside any of the carriages
  • Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
  • Wheelchair accessible, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair assistance is required


Microlight Short Flight

Activity Description

Magnificent scenic flight along the Zambezi River; circling the Victoria Falls and flying over the Mosi-oaTunya National Park and ending with a low-level swoop over the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park to spot wildlife and birds.


Provider: Livingstones Adventure

Duration1 hour

When: Throughout the year, subject to availability.

Where: The flight takes off and lands at the Batoka Sky aerodrome.

Weather: Should there be thunderstorms, or heavy rainfall flights may be delayed

What to Wear: For a memorable experience, clients are advised to wear the following: · Comfortable attire that provides protection from the sun · Hiking/running shoes · Hair ties (for longer hair) · Warm clothing in winter (April to August) Lockers are available; however, guests are implored to leave valuables at home/the hotel. Please do not wear scarves, jackets with belts or ties which may come undone during the flight.

What to Bring: Clients are advised to bring the following with them: · Sunscreen · Mosquito repellent.- Camera / Video Cameras. Cash or credit card should you want to purchase the DVD photos of your flight

Guests or Spectators: Visitors not partaking in the flight are welcome to browse the Curio Shop, or purchase refreshments while waiting for the flight to return


Minimum Age10 years

Minimum Height0.0 m

Maximum Height0.0 m

Fitness LevelNo Fitness Requirement

QualificationsNot Applicable

Maximum Weight100.0 kg

CertificationNone Required

Experience LevelNo Experience Requirement

Inclusions and Exclusions


Return road transfers from accommodation local Livingstone venues and the Zambian border
Flight Jackets are available in the Cooler winter months

ExclusionsImages and Video’s can be purchased after your flight


Due to safety reasons, using Camera’s and cellphones are not permitted during the flight