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Individual and Group Activities

Using our local knowledge and contacts throughout the Victoria Falls, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe region – we’re able to bring you the best deals, and quality holiday options that foreign operators may lose out on.

The Cansaf staff make it a point to try out all the activities we offer regularly – making sure that they are of a high standard befitting our clients, many of whom are on a once-in-a-lifetime trip and cannot afford to be disappointed with below-par service!

Guided Tour of the Falls

The Tour of the Falls & Rainforest offers the opportunity to weave in all the elements that create the authentic African Explorer.

Sunset Boat Cruise

The sunset cruise on the Zambezi River is a definite must on any trip to Victoria Falls. Relax with a sundowner and snacks as you gaze out onto the banks of the river. Have your camera ready to capture one of the most amazing sunsets in Africa. You'll be sure to spot the wildlife as...

Chobe Day Trip

The ultimate safari experience unfolds on a day trip to Chobe National Park in Botswana, which boasts the world’s largest elephant population.

Livingstone Island Visit

David Livingstone first glimpsed the Mosi-oa-Tunya (Smoke that Thunders) after being canoed across to this very island.

Raft Float & Picnic Lunch

This is our favourite Canoe Option – you can’t beat canoeing on the Lower Zambezi through the Mana Pools National Park,

White Water Rafting

Your day of adrenaline begins with an early morning collection whereupon you are taken to the gorge for a thorough safety brief, before descending into the gorge to face the turbulent rapids.

Microlight Flight

Have a magnificent flying experience over the Victoria Falls and the spectacular gorge that the Zambezi River.

Helicopter Flight

Treat yourself to an unbelievable once in a lifetime flight where you will truly appreciate the mighty Victoria Falls and the surrounding area.

Bridge Adrenaline Activities

The spectacular Victoria Falls Bridge envisioned by Cecil John Rhodes to be as close to the Falls as possible, also caters to thrill seekers by offering a set of high-wire adrenaline activities.

Lookout-Cafe Activities

Overlooking the Batoka Gorge, the Lookout Café offers spectacular views and exquisite food.

Creative Teaming

Teams are forced to rely on their wit and ingenuity, crisis management, decision-making, lateral thinking, problem solving and communication on a voyage that takes them exploring.

Vintage Train Dinner

The train offers guest the opportunity to take part in a historical dining experience aboard an early 20th century steam train.

Half-Day Bird Watching Safari

There are a number of diverse habitats in and around the town of Victoria Falls and the surrounding region and over 415 species of birds have been recorded therein.


For those with a hunger for adventure fishing excursions offered on the Chobe River, Botswana and on the Zambezi River above the Victoria Falls.

Horse–back Safari

Canter through open bush, explore hidden paths & roam through wilderness areas on a Victoria Falls Horse Safari.


The Zambesia region offers several world-renowned golf courses including the Elephant Hills golf course.

Traditional Village Visit

Prepare to be amazed as you enter a different world, where a way of life continues as it has done for centuries, enabling you to go back in time.

Game Drive

Game drive in an open 4X4 vehicle in one of the Zambesia region’s renowned parks including the Zambezi National Park, Chobe National Park and the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.


Hop on the back of a quad for some great four-wheeled fun and adventure with friends or family. 

Livingstone Museum & Market Visit

The Livingstone Museum houses the most comprehensive memorabilia of the explorer and missionary, Dr. David Livingstone who became the first European to discover the great waterfall which he named the Victoria Falls after Queen Victoria in 1855.