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- A Tour of the Falls
There's more than one way to cruise on the Zambezi, reflecting the various types of boat, service and target audience. On one side of the scale, leisurely sunset cruises with sundowners and snacks aimed to enjoy the wildlife and scenery. On the other side, booze cruises with as much as you can drink aimed at enjoying yourself as much as possible. The problem is both are often advertised as the same - so take the time to check our selection of Zambezi river cruises.
One of the best ways to view the magnificent sunsets on offer in Zimbabwe is to do a sunset cruise. As you make your way along the upper river, you have the chance to sip on your sun-downers and keep a look out for elephants having a swim. Africa at its finest.
All drinks and snacks are included, with cheaper tours tailored to towards just this market ('booze cruises'), and more expensive and exclusive luxury tours delivering on the quality of experience and service. Evening meal option available on some services, enquire for more information.
The Zambezi Explorer the largest boat operating on this stretch of the river and is the ultimate luxury river safari, with first class standards and service. Luxury breakfast, lunch, sunset and dinner cruise options available, including VIP deck.
The Ra-Ikane, named after one of the guides who led David Livingstone to the Victoria Falls, this boat was hand made to resemble a turn of the century riverboat and is luxuriously finished with teak superstructure, brass fittings and club chairs giving our guests a taste of history in the heart of Africa. Lunch and Sunset cruises available. Livingstone history talk/guide by arrangement.
Book your Zambezi River safari cruise options through us and we'll get the best deal possible for your chosen activities, plus we'll donate five percent of your booking total to local community and conservation good causes.