Guided Tour of Victoria Falls Zambia and Zimbabwe Side
- While most of the world knows Victoria Falls by the name Livingstone gave it in 1855, the magnificent waterfalls are known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya (the smoke that thunders) in the Kololo language. See one of the Seven Wonders of the World with a local guide who can teach you about both the human history of the falls and its geological features on a private Victoria Falls tour both Zambia and Zimbabwe side.
- Did you have any idea that you can swim in a natural rock pool mere inches from the edge of Victoria Falls? If you're brave enough to try it, you'll find a perfectly safe (albeit adrenalin-pumping!) swimming hole. Or take the calmer route and watch the water tumble from several scenic viewpoints. Your guide can take you to other nearby attractions, such as the Victoria Falls Bridge and the luxuriously appointed Edwardian Hotel that stands in Victoria Falls National Park.
- Experience the beauty of the falls and the friendly Zambian and Zimbabwean culture on your private Victoria Falls tour.
Devil's Pool Livingstone Island
- Here’s an infinity pool like no other! One of the most astounding natural pools to be found anywhere, Devil’s Pool has a reputation for attracting thrill-seekers from the far corners of the earth. It offers daring swimmers the chance to experience the ultimate delight: peering over the brim of the largest curtain of falling water in the world. What is less well known is how effortless this life-changing adventure is. Just a short swim from Livingstone Island, Devil’s Pool is thrilling but completely safe. Guided tours to Livingstone Island have a 100% safety record and our guides will be with you at all times to offer a hand, share fun facts, or simply take photographic evidence to bring home to the family.
- Devil's Pool is open during the drier months of the year, usually between mid August and mid January, when the Zambezi water levels are low enough for swimmers to take the plunge.