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Zambezi River

There’s more to the Zambezi River than just its powerful cascade down a 1.7 kilometre-wide gorge to form Victoria Falls. This mighty river – Africa’s fourth largest – draws adventure seekers from all over the planet for Africa’s most thrilling white-water rafting on powerful Grade Five rapids. White-water rafting is not the only way to have fun on the Zambezi’s rapids though: for more adventurous thrills there’s river boarding, where you surf the rapids on a bodyboard, as well as jet boating over the water at 100km an hour.

Early morning boat trips down or up the Zambezi river will offer unique views of the wading wildlife

The river also offers more relaxing activities to match the high-intensity adventures. The Zambezi courses its way through beautiful landscapes of national parks on either side of the border, supporting a variety of wildlife and bird species – and there are lots of ways of taking in the scenery and animals without the adrenaline kick. Paddle along the river on relaxing canoe safaris, which get you close to elephant and buffalo drinking on the banks, or do the Livingstone drift tour, where a guide paddles you down the river in an inflatable raft. The famous sunset river cruises are a must: explore the river at a languid pace on a big boat and take in a glorious sunset with cocktails and snacks.

Highlights of the Region

White-water rafting on the Zambezi River is said to be the best in Africa, and with nearly half of the river’s rapids classified as Grade Five, tackling the river is a wild white-knuckle ride. In between the thrilling rapids there are stretches of calm where you can soak in the dramatic scenery from the bottom of the gorge. White-water rafting can be done in both Zambia and Zimbabwe on half-day or full-day excursions, but you can also sign up for overnight or multi-day trips, where you camp out on beautiful beaches in the wilderness. River boarding is another heart-pumping white-water ride: don a wetsuit, helmet, shin guards and flippers and jump on top of a bodyboard to cruise the rapids and navigate the rocks of the Zambezi face first. It’s a close contender with white-water rafting and bungee jumping for the most thrilling adventure you can have in Victoria Falls. If speed is your thing, book a jet boating ride in either Zambia or Zimbabwe on a super-powered jet-propelled boat, which shoots over the Zambezi and its rapids at 100km an hour. Jet boats can cruise in shallow water, so you can explore parts of the river that are inaccessible to bigger boats. A thirty-minute ride includes a visit to the Boiling Pot at the base of the falls, a couple of rapids and some tricks such as 360-degree turns.

White water rafting is an adrenalin-junkie's dream

Paddling down the Zambezi and its many channels on a canoeing safari with a qualified guide is a wonderful way of birdwatching for the more than 400 species and to spot wildlife such as hippos, crocodiles and antelopes on shore. You’ll be able to get closer to big game – such as elephants – than you would in a game drive vehicle, so it’s a wonderful way to experience the bush on half or full day trips. You can also do multi-day adventures, where your nights are spent camping under the stars on riverside beaches.

An even more sedate alternative to canoeing trips is the Livingstone Drift: float in an inflatable raft and get paddled down the river by a guide who will point out animals and birds, while you sit back and sip on a beer.

Livingstone Drift is a tamer way of experiencing the mighty Zambezi river  Credit: Bundu Adventures

Cruises on the river are offered on both sides of the border, with the large African Queen on the Zambian side which takes more than 100 passengers, and smaller boats on the Zimbabwean side. On boat trips you can get cocktails and snacks, or a full dinner. There couldn’t be a more relaxing way to take in the magnificent riverside scenery, spot wildlife such as hippos, crocodiles, elephant, buffalo and see some of the hundreds of species of birds that populate the region.

Fishing excursions on the Zambezi are a must for keen anglers: the river is home to more than 75 species of fish, the most famous of which is the toothy tiger fish. This big predator – which can weigh up to 15 kg – is regarded as one of the best freshwater fighting fishes in the world, and it’s the most prized catch on the river. Fishing trips can take anything from a few hours to a full day, and even if you don’t catch anything you’ll have a great day out on the river exploring channels and pools and spotting birds and wildlife.

Practical Advice About the Region

White-water rafting is not a year-round activity: during the months of March/April to July, when the Zambezi River is at its highest, you can’t go rafting at all. August to December is the best time of year for white-water rafting (because the low water levels mean the most exciting rapids), with August and September being the optimal months. You need to be fairly fit to do white-water rafting as it’s quite a serious adventure and the walk in and out of the gorge is strenuous (bring good walking shoes along for the hikes).

While you can do white-water rafting in both Zambia and Zimbabwe, a benefit of the Zambian side is that you don’t have to clamber out of the steep gorge at the end of your rafting adventure because there’s a cable car lift that takes you up.

The minimum age for river boarding is 13, and for white-water rafting it’s 15, while the canoeing safaris on the Upper Zambezi are fairly easy going, so children aged seven and above are allowed to join trips.

If you’re after tiger fish, late May to December is the best time of year to try to catch these ferocious predators, while August to November is the ideal time for fishing generally because of the low water level of the Zambezi.

What Sort of Traveller Should go to the Zambezi River?

Trips on the Zambezi River are definitely for the adventurers: tackle challenging rapids on white-water rafting trips and on riverboarding adventures or shoot over the river at a high speed in a jet boat.

Solo travellers will be able to join up with groups for white-water rafting, jet boating, fishing trips and canoeing safaris, and the sunset river cruises are very social.

Zambezi River trips are great for families too. While there’s an age limit of 15 white-water rafting and river boarding, children only need to be seven and above to go the canoeing safaris, and river cruises are for all ages.


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Victoria Falls in January

Climate January is mid-summer in Victoria Falls: it’s hot – the maximum average temperature is 31C – and rainy with afternoon thundershowers most afternoons. It’s the wettest month of the year. Highlights of the Month The Zambezi River is starting to rise from the summer rains, which means there’s a lot of mist and spray at Victoria Falls. While wildlife viewing is not ideal in January (and the Zambezi National Park may close after heavy rains), this is the best season…

Victoria Falls in January

Climate

January is mid-summer in Victoria Falls: it’s hot – the maximum average temperature is 31C – and rainy with afternoon thundershowers most afternoons. It’s the wettest month of the year.

January is the wettest month, meaning that the Zambezi is in full tilt  Credit: Dave and Tanya's African Odyssey

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is starting to rise from the summer rains, which means there’s a lot of mist and spray at Victoria Falls.

Bird watching is ideal this time of the year

While wildlife viewing is not ideal in January (and the Zambezi National Park may close after heavy rains), this is the best season for bird watching, as migratory species are present.

You can still go white-water rafting in January, although it’s not the best time of year due to the higher water level. The Devil’s Pool usually closes for swimming early on this month.

January is low season for travel to Victoria Falls, which means you can pick up some great discounts on lodging and all-inclusive packages.

Victoria Falls in February

Climate February is another rainy and hot month in Victoria Falls. Though it will rain most days, usually the thundershowers clear up fairly quickly, leaving blue skies and sunshine. Highlights of the Month February is a great month to see Victoria Falls if you want to experience the full dramatic power of the Zambezi River gushing down the gorge, although all of the mist and spray can make getting panoramic views difficult. February is an excellent month for birdwatching, though…

Victoria Falls in February

Climate

February is another rainy and hot month in Victoria Falls. Though it will rain most days, usually the thundershowers clear up fairly quickly, leaving blue skies and sunshine.

Tokaleya Camp  Credit: Wilderness Safaris

Highlights of the Month

February is a great month to see Victoria Falls if you want to experience the full dramatic power of the Zambezi River gushing down the gorge, although all of the mist and spray can make getting panoramic views difficult.

February is an excellent month for birdwatching, though it’s not ideal for wildlife viewing, and there’s a chance that the Zambezi National Park on the Zimbabwean side may close if it’s been raining heavily.

February is still the low season – known as the “green season” – in Victoria Falls, so hotels are offering lower rates.

Victoria Falls in March

Climate March is another warm, humid, rainy month in Victoria Falls with frequent afternoon thundershowers and average daytime highs of 31C. Highlights of the Month The Zambezi River is full of water from the summer rains, which means that Victoria Falls is pumping at full volume: expect to see a dramatic spectacle with a soundtrack of roaring thunder, and lots of mist and spray (which can obscure the view). March is another month for birders: the migratory species are still in…

Victoria Falls in March

Climate

March is another warm, humid, rainy month in Victoria Falls with frequent afternoon thundershowers and average daytime highs of 31C.

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is full of water from the summer rains, which means that Victoria Falls is pumping at full volume: expect to see a dramatic spectacle with a soundtrack of roaring thunder, and lots of mist and spray (which can obscure the view).

There is still quite a bit of mist and spray from the falls which can obscure wildlife viewing

March is another month for birders: the migratory species are still in the national parks and in the trees around the falls. Wildlife viewing is difficult at this time of the year because of the lush vegetation.

White-water rafting usually ends in March or April because of the high water level in the Zambezi River.

March is nearing the end of the “green season”, or low season, when hotels offer their lowest rates on rooms.

Victoria Falls in April

Climate The rainy season ends in April, which is a much drier month than March. The temperature drops a bit but it’s still warm with daytime temperatures in the high 20s. Highlights of the Month In April, the Zambezi River is extremely full, so Victoria Falls is in full flow. It’s a good time of year to travel to the falls if you want to see the natural spectacle at its most dramatic, however the spray sent up by the waterfalls can make it difficult to see the falls at foot…

Victoria Falls in April

Climate

The rainy season ends in April, which is a much drier month than March. The temperature drops a bit but it’s still warm with daytime temperatures in the high 20s.

Highlights of the Month

In April, the Zambezi River is extremely full, so Victoria Falls is in full flow. It’s a good time of year to travel to the falls if you want to see the natural spectacle at its most dramatic, however the spray sent up by the waterfalls can make it difficult to see the falls at foot level, so at this time of year a helicopter ride will give you the best view. The views from Zambian side are also better during this full flow period.

Another perspective of the falls. This is a good time of the year to see the falls from a helicopter

April is the last month to spot migratory bird species before they move in in the dry winter.

Victoria Falls in May

Climate May marks the beginning of the dry winter season with almost no rainfall and a drop in temperatures (night time lows go down to 11C). Pack warm clothes to wear at night and in the early mornings. Highlights of the Month May has wonderful weather, with sunshine and blue skies. It’s a good time of year to travel to Victoria Falls to witness the astounding spectacle of a huge volume of water gushing down the gorge with a roar, although there’s less spray and mist than in…

Victoria Falls in May

Climate

May marks the beginning of the dry winter season with almost no rainfall and a drop in temperatures (night time lows go down to 11C). Pack warm clothes to wear at night and in the early mornings.

This time of the year gets better for wildlife viewing

Highlights of the Month

May has wonderful weather, with sunshine and blue skies. It’s a good time of year to travel to Victoria Falls to witness the astounding spectacle of a huge volume of water gushing down the gorge with a roar, although there’s less spray and mist than in March and April.

Victoria Falls in June

Climate June is a dry, cool month in Victoria Falls, with night time temperatures dropping to below 10C, although daytimes are mild and temperatures can go up to the mid 20s. You’ll need to bring along warm clothing for night time activities and early morning hikes and game drives. Highlights of the Month June is one of the busiest months of the year for visiting Victoria Falls. The views of the falls are excellent – the falls are still powerful but don’t have as much spray…

Victoria Falls in June

A lionness jumps through the water, intent on catching her prey

Climate

June is a dry, cool month in Victoria Falls, with night time temperatures dropping to below 10C, although daytimes are mild and temperatures can go up to the mid 20s. You’ll need to bring along warm clothing for night time activities and early morning hikes and game drives.

Highlights of the Month

June is one of the busiest months of the year for visiting Victoria Falls. The views of the falls are excellent – the falls are still powerful but don’t have as much spray as earlier in the year, as the water level in the Zambezi has decreased.

As the vegetation starts to thin out in June, the wildlife viewing in the national parks surrounding the falls gets much easier.

Victoria Falls in July

Climate July is the coolest month of the year: night time temperatures drop to 7C, while day time temperatures are in the mid-20s. Be sure to pack warm clothes for night time and early morning game drives and activities. Highlights of the Month July is a popular month to visit Victoria Falls for the clear blue skies, sunshine and for ideal views of the falls: the river is not at its fullest, so the mist and spray have decreased from the earlier months in the year and you’ll get…

Victoria Falls in July

Climate

July is the coolest month of the year: night time temperatures drop to 7C, while day time temperatures are in the mid-20s. Be sure to pack warm clothes for night time and early morning game drives and activities.

Highlights of the Month

July is a popular month to visit Victoria Falls for the clear blue skies, sunshine and for ideal views of the falls: the river is not at its fullest, so the mist and spray have decreased from the earlier months in the year and you’ll get perfect panoramas.

The highly endangered wild dogs

July is a great time of year for game viewing in the Zambezi National Park in Zimbabwe and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia.

Victoria Falls in August

Climate August is another dry month, but it’s slightly warmer than July, with daytime averages of 29C and night time temperatures of 10 degrees. Highlights of the Month August is one of the peak months for tourism in Victoria Falls. It’s a great time to view the falls, and the best month for white-water rafting. The Devil’s Pool usually opens near the end of this month, and swimming in this natural infinity pool is a highlight for many travellers. Wildlife viewing in August is…

Victoria Falls in August

Climate

August is another dry month, but it’s slightly warmer than July, with daytime averages of 29C and night time temperatures of 10 degrees.

Highlights of the Month

August is one of the peak months for tourism in Victoria Falls. It’s a great time to view the falls, and the best month for white-water rafting. The Devil’s Pool usually opens near the end of this month, and swimming in this natural infinity pool is a highlight for many travellers. Wildlife viewing in August is very good as vegetation is dry and thin and animals have to drink in the Zambezi River, making them easy to spot.

Herds of buffalo traverse the grasslands in Zambia

August is a busy month, so expect to be sharing attractions and activities with many other people. It’s the peak season, so hotel rates are at their highest.

Victoria Falls in September

Climate September starts to get warmer – day time temperatures can be 33C, while night times are still a cool 15C. It’s still in the dry season though with usually no rainfall at all. Highlights of the Month September is one of the best months of the year for visiting Victoria Falls: it’s not yet too hot, the falls are still flowing on both sides of the border and wildlife viewing and white-water rafting are excellent. It is busy though so you’ll pay high season rates and…

Victoria Falls in September

Climate

September starts to get warmer – day time temperatures can be 33C, while night times are still a cool 15C. It’s still in the dry season though with usually no rainfall at all.

A hippo makes a surprise visit to Zambezi River Lodge

Highlights of the Month

September is one of the best months of the year for visiting Victoria Falls: it’s not yet too hot, the falls are still flowing on both sides of the border and wildlife viewing and white-water rafting are excellent. It is busy though so you’ll pay high season rates and have to book ahead for lodging.

Victoria Falls in October

Climate October is known as “Suicide Month”: this is the hottest month of the year with an average of 34C for day time temperatures but the highs can go above 40C. Highlights of the Month With no rains for months, the water in the Zambezi River starts to run low and by the end of the month, in some years, the falls can dry up in Zambia. Coming right at the end of the dry season, October is an excellent month for wildlife viewing in the Zambezi National Park in Zimbabwe and…

Victoria Falls in October

Climate

October is known as “Suicide Month”: this is the hottest month of the year with an average of 34C for day time temperatures but the highs can go above 40C.

Highlights of the Month

With no rains for months, the water in the Zambezi River starts to run low and by the end of the month, in some years, the falls can dry up in Zambia.

An elephant reaches for the juciest foliage

Coming right at the end of the dry season, October is an excellent month for wildlife viewing in the Zambezi National Park in Zimbabwe and Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Zambia.

It’s extremely hot in October and many people choose not to travel at this time of year because of the temperatures.

Victoria Falls in November

Climate In November the summer rains begin, bringing a welcome relief from the intense heat of October, although it’s still very hot. Highlights of the Month The Zambezi River is at its lowest level of the year, and Victoria Falls can completely dry up on the Zambian side, although the waterfalls flow year-round in Zimbabwe. It’s not the best time to see the falls if you want to experience their full power. November is one of the best months of the year for white-water rafting:…

Victoria Falls in November

Climate

In November the summer rains begin, bringing a welcome relief from the intense heat of October, although it’s still very hot.

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is at its lowest level of the year, and Victoria Falls can completely dry up on the Zambian side, although the waterfalls flow year-round in Zimbabwe. It’s not the best time to see the falls if you want to experience their full power.

November is one of the best months of the year for white-water rafting: the rapids are more challenging because of the low water level in the river.

White water rafting is excellent this time of year

Migratory bird species start arriving in the area in November, marking the start of bird watching season.

November is the beginning of the low season in Victoria Falls – a good time to travel if you want to score on discounted hotel rates and packages.

Victoria Falls in December

Climate December is slightly cooler than November but still a hot month with daytime temperatures averaging 31C. It’s also the second wettest month of the year (after January), so most days you’ll get an afternoon thundershower. Highlights of the Month The Zambezi River is low in December, so the falls are much less dramatic than earlier in the year. The waterfalls can also completely dry up on the Zambian side. With the start of summer rains, the vegetation starts to get full…

Victoria Falls in December

Climate

December is slightly cooler than November but still a hot month with daytime temperatures averaging 31C. It’s also the second wettest month of the year (after January), so most days you’ll get an afternoon thundershower.

Highlights of the Month

The Zambezi River is low in December, so the falls are much less dramatic than earlier in the year. The waterfalls can also completely dry up on the Zambian side.

How awesome to wake up to this view?

With the start of summer rains, the vegetation starts to get full and greener, which means December isn’t an ideal time for wildlife viewing. However, the birdlife at this time of year is superb, with birds in their full colourful plumage and many migratory species around.

December is the last month for excellent white-water rafting with the perfect water level in the Zambezi River.

December is low season in Vic Falls, so you’ll be able to get the lower rates on hotels and packages.

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What does Alice love about African travel?

The people, the culture, the diverse scenery, the wildlife and of course the food & wine.

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Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls), Botswana (Okavango Delta, Linyanti, Chobe), Namibia (Southern), Zanzibar, Kenya (Mombasa and Malindi), Mauritius and South Africa.

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About Alice

What does Alice love about African travel?

The people, the culture, the diverse scenery, the wildlife and of course the food & wine.

What African countries have you travelled to?

Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls), Botswana (Okavango Delta, Linyanti, Chobe), Namibia (Southern), Zanzibar, Kenya (Mombasa and Malindi), Mauritius and South Africa.

What is Alice’s favourite place in Africa?

Victoria Falls and Cape Town.

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