Zambezi National Park

Situated in the north-western corner of Zimbabwe, where Zimbabwe and Zambia meet, Victoria Falls is one of the seven spectacular wonders of the world.

At 1708m wide and 107m high, it is the largest curtain of water on Earth and the sight, flocked to by 1000s of visitors daily, is still as magnificent as when David Livingstone first cast eyes on it in the 1860s.

Victoria Falls National Park, also known as Mosi-oa-Tunya (‘The Smoke That Thunders’) is a 2300ha area including Victoria Falls Town and protects the south and east bank of the Zambezi River. The majority of the park is made up of rainforest, growing in the spray of the falls. A wildlife rich corner of the planet, where elephants, lions, buffalo and hippo roam freely.

The Victoria Falls bridge is a majestic sight, renowned for adrenalin sports such as bungee jumping and marks the start of the white water rafting routes down the Zambezi rapids.

Bordering this unique haven is the Zambezi National Park, home to the Big 5 roaming with herds of sable antelope, eland, zebra, kudu, waterbuck, impala and many others.