Low Water Activities Begin in Zambia
Rafting the Zambezi River
27 June 2019
Today marks the beginning of the low water season in Livingstone, ZambiaLow water rafting
is now open. Usually, low water rafting trips start around August each year, but the Zambezi River
is very low this year - the lowest it's been in decades.
Half day trips go from either rapid #1 to #10 (morning trip - 7h30 to 14h00) or #10 to #25 (afternoon trip - 10h15 to 17h30). Full day trips take you through #1 to #25 from 7h30 to 17h30.
Full day rafting trips include drinks and lunch. Half-day morning trips include breakfast, a light lunch and drinks, and the afternoon trips include lunch and drinks.
Also opening today is the Devil's Pool
swim - part of the Livingstone Island
tour. The Devil's Pool is a natural infinity pool right on the lip of the Victoria Falls
. After touring the Livingstone Island, guests have an opportunity to swim and sit at the edge of the Falls. A scrumptious gourmet meal follows before returning to the mainland.Rafting
on the Zimbabwe side of the Zambezi River is expected to start in the next week. We will keep you updated.For assistance with your bookings
, please enquire here
.Related Links:Activities in LivingstoneZambezi River Rafting ZambiaZambezi RiverDevil's PoolLivingstone IslandBook Your Activities
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