just like normal rafting but it happens in the forth longest river in Africa where you can adore the magnificant landscape also you can feel the wild Africa sometimes you can see crocodiles( which are a litte bit dangerous ) resting on the rocks beside the river and the locals with their house
but i think the most special about this trip is that we rafted in no country one side is Zimbabwe while the other is Zambia
Equipment: nothing in advance simply money Zimdollar USdollars South African Rand or other strong currency in the world
The bungy jumping and water rafting is a must for those who are into extreme sports. I was told that Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe is the extreme sports capital of Africa.
So this is the place to come for bungy jumping, Canoeing, rafting, abseiling.
Equipment: They provide all the equipment just wear comfortable clothes.
Of the many extreme sports possible in Vic Falls, we chose canoeing, a really light one, no risk at all, LOL
It's really light and rewarding, as the Zambeze shores are full of elephants, giraffes, rhinos...
It took us 4 hours (including lunch stop) to do all the trip.
No experience required
Well, my advise is: think twice before rafting in the mughty mighty Zambezi!! I almost die but it is the most extraordinary experience I have ever had!