WHITE WATER RAFTING
Available from June - January
Enjoy one of the wildest, finest and number one rated rivers in the world for white water rafting. The Zambezi River is comprised of 25 class V and IV rapids in the Batoka Gorge. You will be conquering all of these rapids on this day tour.
During low water, rafting starts right under the Victoria Falls, in a rapid known as the Boiling Pot. You will be covering a distance of 23km when doing the full day while the half day one will only be 11km. In that stretch, the Zambezi river is rich in adrenaline rapids, and you will paddle through a series of class 4-5 rapids. The Morning Glory, Stairway to Heaven and Gullivers Travels is among them to quench your thirst for adrenaline before you stop for lunch. After lunch, you will tackle The Three Ugly Sisters and The Oblivion, which is one of the world's action-packed rapids.
HALF DAY RAFTING
Join us as we paddle the top section of the river and conquer a series of class 4-5 rapids from rapid number 1-10. Spending about 2-3 hours covering a rafting distance of 11km, fun is guaranteed by charming and informative narration of the river and the Batoka Gorge by our guides.This is available during the low water season that is July -Dec.
FULL DAY RAFTING
Enjoy one of the wildest, finest and number one rated rivers in the world for white water rafting. The Zambezi River is comprised of 25 class V and IV rapids in the Batoka Gorge. You will be conquering all of these rapidson this day tour.
This activity is a must experience because its a package of many activities, falls tour, swim under the Victoria Falls, white water rafting,fishingand camping.It’s an opportunity to explore nature on the Zambezi River, to see the sunset, to sit around the fire and tell stories the African way. After you decamp you can learn about African life during a village: norms, values, way of life, what they eat and how we prepare their food.
YOUR DAY ON THE ZAMBEZI
You will be picked up from your hotel/residence.
You will then attend the safety talk and sign your indemnity form before we embark on the trip.
You will be given your rafting gear (buoyancy jacket, helmet and paddle.)
We will then hike down the gorge to the rafts waiting below.
The guides will allocate rafts and you will be given the last technical instructions before we start the rafting trip.
At the end of the trip you will hike up the gorge, please take your time, our guides are available to help.
We will then drive back to Livingstone, we'll stop for a local village tour on the way back. If we're lucky we might see wild animals along the way.
You will be dropped off at your respective accommodation.
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Heritage Fee (if applicable)
WHAT TO BRING
Quick dry clothing
Sturdy footwear like sandals with straps (no flip-flops)
WHAT NOT TO BRING