Rafting on the Zambezi River

Half-day, Full-day and multi-day white water rafting below the Victoria Falls


  • Zambezi river multi day canoe safaris
  • on the banks of the Zambezi after a day of canoeing
  • The tents for the multi-day Zambezi canoe safaris
  • The overnight camp overlooks the Zambezi river
  • Stunning early morning view from the tent

Introduction

Since David Livingstone named Victoria Falls after his Queen, thousands of people have come from all over the world to witness the spectacle, a mile long curtain of water that stretches across the glistening basalt rock, erupts into spray, and then thunders into the canyons below. The walls of basalt rock that capture the mighty Zambezi form one of the great river corridors of the world. This is the domain of the Nyaminyami, the River God of the Tonga people and is now the highway for our rafts. At Victoria Falls the Zambezi River plummets into a gorge, which separates the placid river above the Falls and the turbulent rapids below. The gorge is over 100 meters deep at the Falls and increases to over 200 meters by the end of a full day raft trip. Despite this rugged terrain, the gorges below the Falls are thick with vegetation and incredibly spectacular.

Rafting on the Zambezi is a ONCE IN A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE. It is the WILDEST ONE DAY RUN IN THE WORLD beneath one of the Seven Wonders of the World. If you don't do it you'll regret it as soon as you leave!

PRICE Rafting Low Water US$140.00
Rafting High Water US$130.00
Rafting and River Boarding Combo US$180.00
Multi-day prices quoted on request
* Price excludes park fees
TRIPS DEPART Daily. Multi-day booked on request
Low & High water
MINIMUM 1 MAXIMUM - NA
Multi-Day Trips
MINIMUM 6 MAXIMUM - NA
LANGUAGE English
PLEASE NOTE Minimum age: 15 years (This can be flexible, at management's discretion i.e. if the child is of the right maturity, strength and will fit into a lifejacket properly younger kids are sometimes accepted.)
Maximum age: There is no maximum age limit, however Wild Horizons retain the right to refuse to take a client who is clearly going to be unable to cope with the rigors of rafting.

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