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Victoria Falls: Dinner Cruise on the Zambezi River

1. Victoria Falls: Dinner Cruise on the Zambezi River

Board this dinner cruise and delight in the magical colors of the Zambezi River at dusk and enjoy a truly unique four-course dinner. This journey is ideal for food and nature lovers wanting it all. Savor the splendor of the setting sun as you embark from the Pure Africa Waterfront and head off into the evening. After your favorite drink is poured, you’ll be ushered to your set table where a delectable series of dishes freshly prepared on the boat and paired to premium drinks are served. Silhouettes of elephants against the sunset and hippos noisily grunting in the distance will most certainly add to the ambience.

Livingstone: Victoria Falls Helicopter Flights

2. Livingstone: Victoria Falls Helicopter Flights

Take an unforgettable helicopter flight over the mighty Victoria Falls. See the falls from several different angles and take in once-in-a-lifetime views. Take phenomenal photos of the falls and the rainbows that arch above them. Enjoy the convenience of being picked up at your accommodations in Livingstone and brought to Maramba Airfields. Choose from 3 different options, opting for a 15-minute, 22-minute, or 30 min flight. 15-minute flight Depart from Maramba airfield and take in the incredible scenery surrounding the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls. Circle over the Falls and the nearby islands before returning to the Maramba Airfields. 22-minute flight Take an exciting swoop into the Batoga Gore, in addition to seeing the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls. 30-minute flight View the falls and then fly over the local villages to the Batoka Gorge, and follow the Zambezi River to rapid 26. Circle over Victoria Falls and the islands, before returning to the Maramba Airfield.

Victoria Falls: Sunset Cruise and Dinner at The Eatery

3. Victoria Falls: Sunset Cruise and Dinner at The Eatery

Make the most of your time on the Zambezi River and join a sunset cruise followed by a gourmet meal served under the canopy of the night sky. Your evening begins as you board the Zambezi Explorer for a river cruise to watch the sunset. Admire breathtaking views as the day slowly draws to a close and the world around you is bathed in warm amber light. Meander through the watery wilderness, passing small river islands and lush vegetation with the spray of the Victoria Falls in the background. Once the sun has set and the skies darken, head back to the Pure Africa Waterfront for the next leg of your African experience. Sit down to a delicious three-course al fresco dinner at The Eatery. Enjoy leisurely dining at its best, listening to the sounds of the African bush at night as you savor the gourmet dishes prepared by the chef.

Victoria Falls: Steam Train Ride with Dinner

4. Victoria Falls: Steam Train Ride with Dinner

Embark on an adventure and hop on a Steam Train that departs from The Victoria Falls Station, situated behind the Victoria Falls Hotel. Marvel at the hotel that was built in 1904 to accommodate the workers building the Cape to Cairo Railway Line and the Victoria Falls Bridge.  Be welcomed with a refreshing drink upon arrival to the station, a red carpet will lead guests to the train and the locomotive will be ‘in steam’: the perfect opportunity to take some great photos. Travel to the Victoria Falls Bridge on this luxurious steam train. Head out to the Jafuta Siding, serving light snacks, followed by a gourmet meal and drinks. Sit back and relax this unique fine dining, safari experience. Get the ultimate dinner experience, invoking the glorious age of steam and a view of the world-famous Victoria Falls at sunset. Followed by the rarity of a steam train safari through the African bush to Jafuta siding.  Savor a four-course gourmet dinner, prepared by the chefs of Victoria Falls Hotel. Drinks are included in the ticket price, with the exception of spirits and champagne. After departure, the Steam Train makes its way through the bush and towards the Victoria Falls Bridge. Once on the bridge, you will be invited to step off the train and onto the Victoria Falls Bridge. From here you will be able to watch the sunset behind the Victoria falls before you make your way back to the station. After sunset, the train will depart the bridge for its journey back to Victoria Falls Station where it will refill with water before steaming out to Jafuta Siding. Stop at Jafuata Siding for about an hour before making its return journey to the Victoria Falls Station platform. Your train will return at the Victoria Falls Station Platform at approximately 9:45 PM.

Victoria Falls: Boma Dinner and Drum Show

5. Victoria Falls: Boma Dinner and Drum Show

At the moment you arrive, you'll be ceremoniously dressed in a chitenge (sarong), before being welcomed by traditional dancers and a mini face paint. Ladies are given dots on their cheeks to signify the beauty of African women, while men receive stripes defining the warrior look of African men. Then, you'll be ushered into the main enclosure, where your senses will be bombarded by the tastes, sights, and sounds of Africa. During the feast, the entertainment incorporates mbira music, traditional dancers, a local folk storyteller, a fortune teller, a hair braider, elaborate face painters, and souvenir sellers. But the highlight of the evening’s entertainment is the renowned, interactive drumming show beginning after dinner. Guests are each handed a djembe drum and given the opportunity to participate in the drumming show by learning a few rhythms. After the drumming show, you'll be invited to the dance floor to groove to the beat of the Africa drums. The evening is capped off with a group of a cappella singers serenading you with personalized, sweet melodies at your table. The meal begins with a shared starter platter, featuring mouth-watering specialities such as skewered peppered impala, smoked crocodile tail, and corn ciabatta and "nyimo" fritters. Then, make your way to the campfire for the chef’s freshly made soup of the day served with croutons and homemade bread. There is also a salad bar, featuring a variety of different offerings made from local organic produce, including sweet potato, legumes, nuts, and seeds, complimented by greens, dressings, and assorted breads. The main course features a braai (barbeque) buffet feast including pork fillet, beef, borewors, marinated chicken, game meatballs, and a spit roast-of-the-day served with peanut butter rice or sadza (a thick maize-meal porridge which is the local staple diet) and a variety of sauces. You may also tempt your taste buds with a traditional hunter’s stews or try the fish, Zambezi bream and kapenta (freshwater sardine). Vegetarian dishes include a vegetable stir fry, the chef’s daily pasta dish, homemade garlic bread, and roast potato wedges. Halal meals are also available. The adventurous may wish to try a local delicacy, a sautéed mopane worm, for which you will receive a certificate as proof.

From Victoria Falls: Zambezi Sunset Cruise

6. From Victoria Falls: Zambezi Sunset Cruise

Relax on a riverboat sipping on your beverage of choice watching the sun set over the African jungle. See all the the dusky gold’s and vibrant purples of the sunset reflected in the surface of the water. Catch the last moments of the day and the first moments of the evening, when owls emerge, crocodiles slip into the water and tiny silver stars blink in the sky. Once the boat departs from the jetty you will be taken down river towards the falls, spotting hippos, elephants and crocodiles along the way. You then head upstream and around the many islands in the middle of the river, which stretches up to 300 meters across. After taking in all the magic and seeing the sun set behind Zimbabwe over the plains, you make your way back to the jetty where your journey started. Enjoy many great photo opportunities against the often-spectacular African sunset.

Victoria Falls: Private Guided Tour of the Falls

7. Victoria Falls: Private Guided Tour of the Falls

The Victoria Falls possesses a beauty that is impossible to replicate through any man-made efforts, and a trip to Southern Africa would not be complete without seeing it. It is a natural wonder of the world, created by nature to remind us of just how powerful and complex she is. A guided walking tour of the falls allows you to delve into the local customs and traditions while gaining insight into how such an exquisite creation came to be. Victoria Falls is one of the most compelling sites in the world. Your private tour guide will ensure the best photographic opportunities while captivating you with historical and current information as well as details on the flora, fauna, bird, wildlife, and other related issues on the World Heritage Site. Raincoats will be provided when needed.

Livingstone: Zambezi River Sunset Cruise

8. Livingstone: Zambezi River Sunset Cruise

Climb aboard the impressive African Queen or the slightly smaller, but equally luxurious African Princess which are berthed upstream of Victoria Falls. Embark on a fully inclusive sunset cruise which departs daily. Admire spectacular views of the Zambezi River and surrounding nature reserves. Enjoy great cuisine and friendly, professional service which will ensure you have an unforgettable river cruise experience. Return road transfers from local Livingstone accommodation venues are included in the cruise rates. Guests are collected half an hour before the cruise departs.

From Victoria Falls: Sunrise to Sunset Chobe Safari

9. From Victoria Falls: Sunrise to Sunset Chobe Safari

The first region to be created into a national park by Botswana was Chobe as it is the most biologically diverse with a huge concentration of game. As you’ll be among the first to arrive into the park on this early morning trip, you’ll have the best chance of seeing a large range of wildlife. The park is commonly known for its remarkable elephant population. Follow big cats across the wilderness, edge up to herds of elephants, buffalo and giraffes, and cruise down the Chobe River for water-based wildlife encounters. The day trip to Chobe takes you deep into Botswana’s big game country, a vast and diverse terrain that supports a huge assortment of creatures. Get ready for an adventure that excels in location and excites with its animal experiences. Your expert guide will take you to the places where big game and other wildlife sightings are guaranteed. Among the animals that you might see in Chobe National Park are elephants, buffalos, lions, leopards, sable, and hundreds of bird species. You will be picked up from your hotel at 5:00 AM. The drive from Victoria Falls to the park takes just over an hour, and the day trip includes pickup and drop-off from your hotel in Zimbabwe. Getting into the park early increases your chances of seeing lions and other wildlife that are less active in the heat of the day. The game drive into Chobe National Park will start soon after the gates open. Your driver will be a professional guide with extensive knowledge of the park and its inhabitants. The park is especially known for its massive elephant population, huge array of bird species, and big cats such as lion and leopard. You will discover some of the park’s distinct ecosystems with dense woodland, extensive savannahs, and rolling grasslands while traveling along the Caprivi floodplains. After your game drive, you’ll be treated to lunch at the Chobe Safari Lodge, before a 3-hour boat cruise on the Chobe River. This will give you ample opportunities to enjoy the gorgeous river scenery and extraordinarily close views of lots of animals, including elephants, hippos, crocodiles, and birdlife. This is a highlight for most, which ends with a view of the sunset over the river. After the river cruise, you will return to your hotel in Victoria Falls late evening.

From Victoria Falls: Zambezi National Park Game Drive

10. From Victoria Falls: Zambezi National Park Game Drive

Start with pickup from your hotel in Victoria Falls in either the morning or afternoon and set out on a 3-hour game drive. Enjoy water and refreshments as you explore the vast Zambezi National Park. See the big five game species, lion, leopard, elephant, rhinoceros, and Cape buffalo. Learn about the flora, fauna, geology and numerous animals of the park from professional, experienced guides. Look out for smaller animals such as kudu, impala, sable, eland, warthog, and zebra. As you explore the riverside and Chamabonda Vlei, catch a glimpse of crocodile, waterbuck, and many pods of hippo. The park is also the home of up to 400 bird species.

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What people are saying about Victoria Falls Town, Zimbabwe

An incredible evening being looked after by the crew at pure Africa. The food was delectable. If you are in Victoria Falls this cruise is a MUST! Not to mention the beauty of cruising down the Zambezi with the potential of spotting a few animals. This cruise is a fantastic way to spend the afternoon with loved ones.

It was sensational, Prince Tee was a great great guide - please keep treating him well as I’m sure you are! We were collected and dropped off with no issues, and had an enjoyable open top ride in the car before exploring the park

Food was pretty good, views were very beautiful. Staff were also super nice and maybe did a great job. Overall it was better than simply going to the falls when you are here.

Pick was straight forward, friendly staff and a wonderful evening with great views and food! Couldn’t recommend enough!

Fantastic food and scenery. A privilege to experience.