Victoria Falls: Full-Day Tour with Dinner and Cultural Show

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

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icon Duration: 10 hours

Overview

The day begins at 8:30 AM with hotel pick up and an air-conditioned transfer to the largest waterfall in the world, Victoria Falls. The 100-meter chasm filled with rushing water will surely take your breath away. Wander the area and take the perfect shot and understand how this World Heritage Site earned the name Mosi-oa-Tunya (the Smoke that Thunders). Next, learn the story of the explorer and missionary, David Livingstone, who named the Falls for the Queen of the British Empire and carved his name into a Baobab tree at the site in 1855. An international tourist attraction, this giant tree is estimated to be around 2000 years old.  After exploring the falls, you may choose to return to the hotel for a relaxing lunch on your own or request that your guide recommend local restaurants near the falls. Regroup at 2:30 PM and be amazed by the local village, where life continues as it has for centuries. Travel back in time and experience a way of life long since forgotten in the modern world. Participate in some daily tasks at the village and meet and chat with the locals.  End the day with dinner and a show. Try a variety of game meats and traditional Zimbabwean dishes while enjoying music and a traditional dance show. At the end of this 3-hour experience, hotel drop-off is provided. See more

 

Hotel pick up and drop-off

 

Guided walk through the Victoria Falls rain forest

 

Guide

 

Traditional Village Tour

 

Boma dinner and drum show

 

Lunch

 

Optional activities

 

Entrance fee for Victoria Falls ($20 for Southern African Development)

 

Community (SADC) and $30 for international travelers

This Victoria Falls cultural tour is the perfect opportunity to detox from the urban world and experience the culture and beauty of Zimbabwe.

Learn about Zimbabwean culture and meet the locals in a traditional village

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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