Victoria Falls attractions

Victoria Falls attractions

Searching for hot new travel places ? Victoria Falls may be the place you are dreaming about. If you fancy taking a day trip from Victoria Falls, the Lower Zambezi National Park is easy to reach from the Zambia side of the falls and is where you can chose to take a half day or full day game drives, canoe safaris or walking safaris.

It’s getting more scary as we go along, with the Zip Lining definitely up there as one of the most wild things to do in Victoria Falls! This one is run by the company Wild Horizons and after the Flying Fox, it’s the next step up! Also known as the Foofie Slide, Zip Lining works on largely the same premise as the Flying Fox, except the highwire is angled and you speed high across the canyon at around 100km/hr! The most hardcore (and the most insane!) of all the highwire activities on offer, in a gorge swing your harness is attached to a rope, which is attached to the middle of a cable that runs across the full width of the gorge. Find more info at Book Victoria Falls Trips.

Though you can visit both sides of the falls, you’ll need to go through border formalities crossing from one country to another and pay visa fees (which may or may not be included on your tour). Which side you stay on will affect some aspects of your visit, even if you end up spending some time on both.

Bungee Jumping at Victoria Falls: Top of the Victoria Falls adventure activity list: bungee from Victoria Falls Bridge. Then freefall 111m, with Vic Falls nearby in the background. If anything is going to kick-start your adrenalin then it’s this bungee jump, one of the highest in the world! About 50 000 people safely jump off Vic Falls bridge every year. The safety record is 99.9% with one non-fatal accident in 2012. Bridge Swing off Victoria Falls Bridge: For a similar mega-rush to the bungee jump, but facing the right way up and secured in a harness, try the Bridge Swing. Then there’s the tandem bungee swing (bridge swing) into the gorge for double the fun. Read more details at https://visitfalls.com/.

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