Spare time activities

Our location in the tourist capital of Zambia and our proximity to the Zambezi River offers the perfect oportunity to explore the surroundings, which is why we have came up with some activities our voluteers can do after school or on the weekends:

1. MUKORO SAFARI ON THE ZAMBEZI RIVER

This river activity called MUKORO SAFARI is similar to the mordern white water rafting but it is done on traditional wooden canoes called MUKORO in our local language. It is a participatory paddling river activty and requires team work - but don't worry, the guides will be paddling for you ;) 

Volunteers will be slicing through the Zambezi tides and waves and have the opportunity to appreciate the beauty of the land scape on the Zambezi River. You will also be able to see wild animals like hippos and elephants (and maybe some crocodiles) while enjoying the beautiful sunset over the river. 

WHEN AND WHERE DOES THIS ACTIVITY TAKE PLACE?

Mukoro River Safari takes place everyday of the week from 3 pm to 5:30 pm starting from a point called Stidi Point and ending at Munyangwe Point, which is a distance of 3 kilometers. 

You will be accompanied af course by our local knowledgeable river guide, who knows every tree, bird, reptile and animal along the Zambezi.

WHAT IS PROVIDED?

  • Water
  • Soft Drinks
  • Snacks

WHAT IS THE COST?

This 2:30h river activity costs $50.00 per person.

2. FISHING SPORT SAFARI

This full day fishing tour takes place on the Zambezi River where volunteers will have the opportunity to catch one of the local fish like Bream Fish or Tiger fish. If you catch a fish you can choose to return it into the water or have it as your dinner meal after the tour. 

WHEN AND WHERE DOES THIS ACTIVITY TAKE PLACE?

This fishing tour takes place every weekend from 11 am to 5 pm. 

WHAT IS PROVIDED?

  • Traditional lunch at 2 pm
  • Soft drinks
  • Water

WHAT IS THE COST?

This tour costs $60.00 per person.

3. GUIDED TOUR OF THE FALLS

Victoria Falls is one of the World Seven Natural Wonders and any visit to Livingstone without seeing this phenomenon is deemed incomplete.

During the tour you will have the time to walk through all the trails, from the dry cataract to the wet cataract which are the division of the falls. You will be taken to the Boiling Pot which is the lowest point of the falls with a decline of about 115 meters. The point is named after the colliding waves that spirals the water like a boiling pot. After the Boiling pot you will walk through the Rain Forest as experience the drizzling water numb the skin. After the Rain forest you will be taken across the Knife Bridge to the Arm Chair gorge, where you can enjoy a nice view of the Main Falls, the Devil's Pool and thenderous raws of water as it goes down the Main Falls.

WHEN AND WHERE DOES THIS ACTIVITY TAKE PLACE?

The guided tour of the Falls takes place between 6 am and 4 pm.

You will have the opportunity to tour the falls from both the Zambian and the Zimbabwean side. 

WHAT IS INCLUDED?

- Transfer to and from the Falls

- Falls Entry Fees

- Drinks and Snacks

WHAT IS THE COST?

This activity costs $65.00 per person.

Makoro Safari

Makoro Safari

Fishing Sport Tour

Guided tour of the falls