The door to your first safari ¿Ready for the adventure?
The Victoria Falls, constitute a waterfall of 108m on the Zambezi River and acts as the natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe with an approximate width of 1.7 km. Locally they are known as Mosi-oa-Tunya, the smoke that thunders. Enjoy a photographic safari on a boat on the Zambezi River and choose from a variety of adventures where the adrenaline will make you forget that you are surrounded by wildlife.
|ARRIVAL PLACE||Victoria Falls|
|ARRIVAL TIME||1,5 h flight|
|TRAVELLER PROFILE||Inclusive Families with children|
The size of the Victoria Falls is almost double that of Niagara Falls, and more than twice the size of the Horseshoe Falls in Canada. The only rival are the Iguazu Falls in Argentina and Brazil.
Crossing the Victoria Falls Bridge with its characteristic steel arch, finished in 1905, you can go from one country to the other.
David Livingstone, the Scottish missionary and explorer, visited the waterfalls in 1855 and baptized them with the name of Queen Victoria.
In 1989, the Victoria Falls were declared a World Heritage Site by the Unesco.
Once we have returned to the hotel for lunch we will take some time to visit the city on foot. In the afternoon a photographic safari boat trip awaits us on the Zambezi River where we can watch the sunset directly on the river water. Corails, hippos and herds of elephants on the shore, as well as countless birds will make this tour down the river an indelible memory.
Day 3. Return