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White Water Rafting on the Zambezi

White water rafting on the Zambezi river near the Victoria Falls offers participants a different way to explore the unique wilderness of Southern Africa.

White Water Rafting on the Zambezi Overview

Half-day, morning White Water Rafting trip on the Zambezi River provides visitors with a fantastic way of exploring Southern Africa's untamed wilderness.

The whitewater rapids below the Victoria Falls are known to be among the world’s wildest but also the safest due to steep canyon walls, deep water, and the absence of midstream rocks.

The top section of the popular Batoka Gorge, rapids 1 - 10, includes the highest concentration of grade 4 and 5 whitewater rapids anywhere in the world. Beautiful scenery, warm sunshine, comfortable water temperature and thrilling rapids make this unique location of the greatest whitewater rafting trips in the world.

As safety is paramount all precautions are taken to avoid accidents. Plenty of safety kayaks, professionally trained guides with a minimum of 5 years experience, radio communications and comprehensive evacuation facilities are all present and available.

The pickup and drop off location for this half-day morning white water rafting trip is at the Victoria Falls Day Activity Centre. The trip lasts from about 08h30 - 13h30. As an alternative, half-day whitewater rafting trips (11h30 - 17h00), as well as full-day whitewater rafting trips, are also available (08h30 - 17h00).

Details of this White Water Rafting Trip on the Zambezi River

  • half day / mornings (8h30 - 13h30)
  • meet at the Victoria Falls Day Activity Centre.