Discover life around Victoria Falls during this visit to the Chinotimba township, home to roughly 60,000 people. Learn about the Nambya and Tonga people who are indigenous to the area as you explore old homes, taverns, churches, and local markets. This tour is ideal for those who want to learn more about Zimbabwean culture and the history of Victoria Falls.
Take a 2-hour tour of the Chinotimba township from Victoria Falls
Learn about the indigenous Nambya and Tonga people who live here
Discover the history of the area as you visit taverns, markets, and schools
Enjoy complimentary round-trip transportation from Victoria Falls
Transfers (B&B's, Guest Houses and Hotels in Victoria Falls Town, Zimbabwe only)
Items of a personal nature
Departure & Return
Traveler pickup is offered Transfer from all Hotels and Lodges in Victoria Falls Town
What To Expect
The word Chinotimba describes the roar of the water from the mighty Victoria Falls in the local Nambya language. The Nambya and the Tonga people are the original people of the Victoria Falls area. The majority of people in Victoria Falls live in the Chinotimba township, which has a population of approximately 60 000 people.
During the Township Tour, guests will have an opportunity to observe township-life – from the oldest houses to the taverns, the local market and churches. During a visit to the Chinotimba Primary School clients are introduced to the school headmaster – he or someone assigned will take the guests on a tour of the school after which the children may sing a song (Please note that school visits are subject to the schools being open)