There are so many ways to experience the largest curtain of falling water in the world.
Slip through the Zambezi's ravine on a white-water rafting cruise or fly overhead in a microlight or helicopter – a chopper ride you can continue to the private helipad at Royal Chundu. Test your nerves in nature's infinity pool at Devil's Pool and feel the Falls' spray on your cheeks on Zambian soil or a border hop away, in Zimbabwe. Make it a whole day adventure on a tour that combines several unique ways of experiencing Mosi-oa-Tunya, as named by the Toka Leya tribe, or Shimenda Abila, meaning, 'The Smoke that Thunders'.
The Flight of Angels
Drop all inhibitions on a microlighting trip over the Victoria Falls and the spectacular gorge the river has carved out for itself. Opt for a 15 minute flight and soar over the islands on the Zambian side of the Falls, or for the 30 minute tour over not only the Falls but also upstream over Kalai Island, for a low swoop over the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.
Victoria Falls as the birds see it
What better way to see the magical winding Zambezi River and the crashing of the Victoria Falls than from above in a helicopter? Get up close to the Victoria Falls while flying through the gorge on a helicopter.
Royal Chundu offers guests riveting heli transfers from the airport that take you over the Falls before delivering you to our doorstep at Royal Chundu's helipad.
Let the light shine in
'Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by Angels in their flight,' Livingstone proclaimed about the Victoria Falls. These scenes are all the more lovely when the rare moonbow appears. While rainbows usually appear through direct sunlight, the Lunar Rainbow is a rare event that occurs at full moon as a result of the light reflected from the moon's surface. You can experience this phenomena for three days during full moon, from the month of March to July.
Ride the raging Zambezi
With names like 'Stairway to Heaven', 'Washing Machine' and 'Oblivion', you can imagine what the white water rapids of the Zambezi River have in store for you. Your experienced guide will assist you through the rapids, helping to manoeuvre your boat down the fourth largest river in Africa.
111 metres of pure adrenaline rush
If you're a thrillseeker or ever fancied trying to fly, take the leap off the Victoria Falls Bridge. If you dare, you will join the more than 50 000 brave souls that have made the jump before you.
On the Zambian side of the Victoria Falls, next to Livingstone Island, you'll find Africa's most dangerous infinity pool. The most dangerous, but surely also the most beautiful… Each year for a short period of time, when the Zambezi's water levels are at their lowest, it becomes safe enough to swim right up to the edge and take a frightening look over the cliff.
Experience the African bush on horseback
There are a variety of trip options available ranging from half day novice rides to full and multi day adventures for experienced riders.
A walk on the wild side
The power of walking with a wild animal cannot be denied. The thrill of it, as much as the awe it inspires. We are confident in recommending Mukuni Big 5 Safaris in Zambia as one place to experience just this.
The high life
Sail over or down the Zambezi gorge on a high wire, whether horizontally on the flying fox, at an angle on the foefie slide, or swinging across the gorge. Alternatively, abseiling is ideal for the whole family, as there is no minimum age limit.
Walking the Victoria Falls on a day tour, a half day
Guided walking tours of the world famous Victoria Falls and rain forest, a visit to the local African market, a tour of the Livingstone Museum, the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Game Park and tea and coffee at a local café.
During your time with us, try your hand at a game of golf on either side of the Victoria Falls, whether Zimbabwe or Zambia.
Jet boating on the Zambezi River requires your daring-do spirit to take a stand. Things are about to get bumpy… Speed through the dramatic Batoka Gorge below the Victoria Falls aboard a powerful jet boat. Race over rapids, past the gorge's basalt rock walls, and feel your heart race.