There is something to do for every person. For the adrenaline junkies there is the wildest 1 day white water rafting trip in the planet, the 111 meter high bungee jump, kayaking, river surfing, heart stopping, zip wires, gorge swings and many more.
Here on the Zimbabwe side of the falls you are in for a true treat. Some 2/3 of Victoria Falls are placed here, including the key falls themselves, which flow amazingly year-round. The walk is along the top of the gorge, following a path with different viewing points that open up to amazingly front-on panoramas of these top-popular waterfalls.
This amazing pretty museum details the cultural heritage of Zimbabwe's original ethnic groups. There is best background information on the Ndebele, Shona, Tonga and Lozi People, as well as amazing jewellery, artefacts, and costumes.
Spitting cobras, black mambas, and puff adders are famous animals in this area, so fortunately they are all here to view behind the safely of glass. The amazing reptile selection comprises largely African snake.
Stanley and Livingstone Private Game Reserve
Placed 12km from town is this private game reserve covering 4000-hectares. It is house to the Big Five, including the critically endangered black rhino, which you are almost promised to view.
The distance of Victoria Falls flights from Cape Town is 1903 kilometers.
The common Cape Town to Victoria Falls flight time is two hours and forty-six minutes.
There are nine direct flights from Cape Town to Victoria Falls.
South African Airways offers 66 percent of the non-stop cheap flights from Cape Town to Victoria Falls.
On average, you can guess to view four flights from Cape Town to Victoria Falls a day.
• Morning - twenty-five percent of flight departures
• Afternoon - seventy-five percent of flight departures
• There are three weekly flights from Cape Town to Victoria Falls.
• One non-stop flights are operating from Cape Town to Victoria Falls.
• South African Airways has the most nonstop flights between Cape Town and Victoria Falls.