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Victoria Falls - 3 Hour Sunrise Cycle
"There will be breaks along the way at scenic viewpoints alongside the perennial Zambezi hardly believing that this seemingly placid and innocuous river will be transformed into a terrifying torrent of water a few kilometres downstream.Continue onto the Big Tree a massive and ancient Baobab which is over a thousand years old as your guide explains the unique fauna and flora of the region. From here on to the leafy tree-lined suburbs and then into Chinotimba Township where you get a sense of local customs and culture. Wander through the bustling market as your guide points out the different fruit and vegetables
From $120.00
 
Victoria Falls - 3 Hour Sunset Cycle
"Break along the way at scenic viewpoints alongside the perennial Zambezi hardly believing that this seemingly placid and innocuous river will be transformed into a terrifying torrent of water a few kilometres downstream.Continue onto the Big Tree a massive and ancient Baobab which is over a thousand years old as your guide explains the unique fauna and flora of the region. From here on to the leafy tree-lined suburbs and then into Chinotimba Township where you get a sense of local customs and culture. Wander through the bustling market as your guide points out the different fruit and vegetables
From $120.00
 
Sunrise Cycle and Guided Walk at Victoria Falls
"Start at the Victoria Falls Hotel and enjoy a cycling tour to Victoria Falls. Break along the way at scenic viewpoints alongside the perennial Zambezi hardly believing that this seemingly placid and innocuous river will be transformed into a terrifying torrent of water a few kilometres downstream.Continue onto the Big Tree a massive and ancient Baobab which is over a thousand years old as your guide explains the unique fauna and flora of the region. From here on to the leafy tree-lined suburbs and then into Chinotimba Township where you get a sense of local customs and culture. Wander through the bustling market as your guide points out the different fruit and vegetables
From $175.00

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Dag Hammarskjöld Memorial

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Makoma Dam

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Swimming Pool

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