Boasting sprawling savanna, thick tropical rainforests and the immaculate Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe boasts plenty of incredible scenery. Heading out on a water sports adventure is a great way to see these stunning landscapes from a different perspective and get a fresh view of sublime Zimbabwe.
Best time to visit:
April to October (the dry season)
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How to get there:
Any trip to Zimbabwe will likely begin with a flight into Victoria Falls Airport (VFA). Most guides will opt to meet you here and provide transport to the start of the trip
What’s the weather like?
Zimbabwe is a fairly small, landlocked country, but boasts very different climates. The lowlands are often hot and humid throughout the dry season, while the highlands are often cooler and drier
Home to Lake Kariba and the Zambezi River, Zimbabwe is home to plenty of incredible water sports opportunities. From rafting and kayaking to canyoning, there are plenty of great ways to get out and explore the country’s waterways. Aside from the aforementioned rafting trips to Victoria Fall, there are plenty of other great water sports activities to try put as well. Just to the northwest of Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River enters the Dibu Dibu gorge which is the perfect spot to head for all sorts of fun canyoning activities. Combine zip lining, swimming, abseiling, rock climbing and hiking for a fun and unforgettable water sports adventure. Finally, kayaking on the Zambezi River and Lake Kariba is a great way to see the country’s incredible wildlife and scenery while getting some exercise. Perfect for participants of all ages, it is a great way to get out and experience Zimbabwe
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