A canoe tour on the Zambezi River is probably the very best way to experience the river, nature and wildlife. In the canoe, you glide silently through the water without disturbing the wildlife, which has no idea that there are people in the canoes. The elephants stand undisturbed on the riverbank, spraying water over their backs, and the hippos lie in their small pods, their eyes protruding above the surface of the water. Birds hunt insects around you, and the breeze dries the sweat on your brow. You are right close to the water and you can smell all the smells and hear all the sounds around you.
But a canoe tour on the Zambezi is not actually about seeing the animals up close. It’s about feeling the nature and hearing the story of how David Livingstone actually discovered the famous falls in a canoe on 17 November 1855.
Snacks and drinks are included. The tour lasts approx. half a day (morning or afternoon) and is suitable for all – though children should be aged 10+. Canoeing experience not necessary.
Dry bags are available to ensure that your phone doesn’t get wet. Remember to wear clothes that can withstand getting wet.
The tour goes ahead when there are at least 2 participants.
|Per person: £105|