What makes Victoria Falls unique
Victoria Falls is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in all its powerful glory. The Victoria Falls are an amazing spectacle, something you need to see at least once in your lifetime.

If you come in the wet season (February to May) you’ll get thoroughly soaked and be bowled over by the sheer power of the water surging down a 100m chasm. The dry season is still impressive and probably safer for your camera because there’s less spray.

Cruise at sunset
Watch a Zambezi River a sunset from a cocktail or dinner cruise that is timed for you to see wildlife gathering by riverbanks at dusk

Flight of Angels
Soar above one of the world’s most spectacular waterfalls on this helicopter flight over Victoria Falls.

Pumping canopy tour
The Victoria Falls Canopy Tour offers a network of slides, trails and rope bridge walkways within the canopy of the hardwood forest of the Zambezi gorges.

African food and culture
African dance at The Boma at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge for an evening of lively dancing and drumming entertainment.

Go with the flow with White Water Rafting
Looking for a wild ride and rushing adrenalin that thrills and spills of some of the biggest rapids in the world.

Canoe above the Falls and feel the beauty
See wildlife like elephants, hippos, croc and birds without having to worry about the roiling rapids below the Falls

Timeless Tradition with high tea and a view of Victoria Falls Bridge
Enjoy sweet and savoury treats, watch the spray that rises from the Falls like smoke, and feel part of more than a century of history.

Unique Outstanding Horse Riding Experiences
What could be better than riding out through the fuller forest at Victoria Falls, unspoilt, quiet area

Spectacular views from the Lookout Cafe 
The Lookout Café is perched 120m above the turbulent rapids of the Zambezi River, overhanging the Batoka Gorge with an iconic views

The ultimate infinity pool
Do a tour of Livingstone Island in the middle of the Zambezi River for a chance to show how brave you are by swimming in Devil’s Pool on the edge of the Falls.

Hop into the saddle by bike
This is a unique way to get around Victoria Falls, see sights and experience the area in a way that not many visitors do.

Buffalo in the Zambezi National Park

Take an early morning or late afternoon game drive into the  Zambezi National Park, just five minutes from Victoria Falls town

Elephants at Siduli Hide 
Siduri Hide is disguised as a termite mound on the edge of a waterhole at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge. Siduri is a local word that means termite mound.

Indulge your creative side by painting elephants 
Tour the sanctuary and learn about the herd structure and the challenges that elephants face in Africa today, then sit at an easel under a Mopani tree overlooking a waterhole and prepare to paint the view and elephants that come to drink.

Elephants drinking along the river in Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park in neighbouring Botswana is just 80km away so it’s an excellent add-on to your Victoria Falls activities

Zimbabwe’s flagship game reserve Hwange National Park

Best known for its high density of elephants, The Hwange National Park, is about 150km away from Victoria Falls so it makes a wonderful add-on to your Victoria Falls activities.


January to April/May – during March and April, the Falls will thunder at full volume into the gorge below. it’s very hot and humid in January and February.

March to May is a good time to see the lunar rainbow or ‘moonbow’ at night.

June to August – this is peak season at Victoria Falls and perhaps a better time to get photos of the Falls when they’re not obliterated by spray.

These dry winter months are great for seeing wildlife around waterholes or at the river.

September to November/December – the Falls are at their lowest, especially in November and early December. It’s very hot and humid from October to December.