The Event This fundraising event is hosted by the Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust
(VFWT), an organisation involved in the caring and rehabilitation of orphaned
elephants in Victoria Falls. They also participate in community outreach and
conservation training. The event which started in 2013 is a fundraising event aimed to raise money for these efforts.
In the past, the event has had participation from the Dakar Rally entrant Dave Reeve of Zambia.
The Route Usually starting from Gorges Lodge
(20kms from Victoria Falls) the race takes motorcycle and quad bike riders along the
Batoka Gorge and into the Hwange communal lands. The terrain
along the way offers both novice and experienced riders plenty of challenging
riding. The race is a two day challenge. On April 28th, riders take a 80km off-road trail
as a sighting lap, and then the real race happens on the following day.
Highlights The event is not only about raising dust in the bush,
but also features a gala evening function on the banks of the Zambezi with a three course meal, music and highlights of the event.
Visitors are also free to visit the Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust, the hosts of
this event, to see what it is that they do.
Proceeds All of the money raised through this event is given to the VFWT and the Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit
(VFAPU). The anti-poaching unit is is a team of individuals committed to the
conservation of Victoria Falls wildlife, both flora and fauna, and is
fundamental in keeping the area safe and sustainable. VFAPU relies on donations
from other organisations, the public and events such as this one.
2019 Victoria Falls Fun Enduro Entry Details
The 2019 event will be held on April 27th to 28th. To register for the event and to get more information, email
Information on manual registration will be available at a later date, so follow
Facebook page to stay up-to-date.
The highlights of the 2018 event:
Here's a short video from Bret West from the 2016 event:
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