What to do during a trip to Victoria Falls: top 3 exciting adventures
Victoria Falls is a dream destination for most travelers from all over the world. The resort is well known for its river cruises, boating, bungee jumping, rafting and many exciting activities.
However, there are also some exceptional, lesser-known activities. Here are three must-do activities that will complement any trip to the magnificent natural attraction, writes The South African.
The tour is built around the bridge by the "French engineer" Georges Imbault. You will learn a lot of fascinating information: from its design and initial prefabrication in England to its construction in Africa.
After the narrative component of the tour, visitors move on to the most interesting part. The tour continues on the bridge, where the guides accompany you along the path under the bridge.
This fascinating walk starts on the Zambian side of the bridge and ends on the Zimbabwean side of the iconic structure, offering unrivaled views of Victoria Falls.
After the tour, you will receive a certificate of bridge crossing.
Ride on a vintage tram
You will be able to see the magnificent Victoria Falls while riding a vintage-style tram. The Bamba Tram takes visitors on a special journey exploring the Victoria Falls Bridge and the surrounding area.
The tour runs twice a day. There is a sunrise tour at 05:45 or a morning bridge run at 08:30 to see breathtaking views of Victoria Falls and the Batoka Gorge from the famous suspension bridge.
Then, guests will head to the Zambezi National Park with an experienced guide who will share interesting facts, as well as the history of the waterfall and the famous bridge.
An exciting show
You will take an exciting journey with the Simunye We Are One show. Simunye is an exciting combination of puppetry, dance, music and visual effects.
Presented by Victoria Falls Theater Company, the show takes the audience on a journey.
Follow Bomani, the son of Chief Ekanjo, an outcast from the Kimba tribe, as he travels the African hinterland in search of home, accompanied by his faithful elephant friend Ndlovu.
The production features local professional artists in an intimate 180-seat open-air theater.