A natural wonder of the world
If waterfalls, wildlife and wonders of the world are high on your must-visit list, then head to Victoria Falls. Accessible from Zambia and Zimbabwe, The Smoke that Thunders; a UNESCO world Heritage site and one of the 7 wonders of the world sets the theme for an African adventure experience like no other. Some activities include, tour of the Falls, Bungee jumping, helicopter ride over the Falls, white water rafting, elephant back safaris just to mention but a few.
Awaken your sense of adventure and marvel at the 354ft sheet of flowing water of the Victoria Falls; one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It should come as no surprise then, why the locals know The Victoria Falls as Mosi-oa-Tunya – the smoke that thunders and “Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by Angels in their flight” the often-quoted note that David Livingstone made when he first saw this breathtaking waterfall.
Besides gazing in awe at the waterfall, there are many adventurous activities on offer including a tour of the falls, swimming in the “Devil’s Pool”, Helicopter flights over the Victoria Falls, Adrenaline filled activities such as Bungee-jump off the Victoria Falls bridge, water rafting. The Victoria Falls form part of the mighty Zambezi River, which draws the wildest of African creatures to its banks as such its close proximity to the Zambezi National Park make for good game viewing and photography of the enormous herds of elephants. Fall in love with Africa as you watch the sun sink into the horizon on a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River.
Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park covers an area of 12 000 square kilometres and is home to the world's largest population of elephant that concentrate on the Chobe River during the dry season. The land of giants as it is locally known, to the far north, the park borders the Chobe River here you'll encounter large herds of elephant and cape buffalo quenching their thirst during the dry season the floodplains of the Chobe River.
The wildlife diversity of the Chobe River can be experienced on game drives and boat safaris where you are guaranteed to see more than 15 different species of wildlife such as impala, giraffe and a wide variety of birds as well as a large concentration of predators such as Lions and Leopards.