Victoria Falls has a line up of adventure activities and experiences that you can suugest to clients.
Vic Falls Carnival:
The ninth Vic Falls Carnival is set to take place between December 29 and 31. This three-day experience is at the Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world, with acts including Flying Bantu, Prince Kaybee, Zafari, Samthing Soweto and more.
Tour de Zambezi
To be announced (April/May 2020)
The Tour de Zambezi is the newest mountain bike event managed under Tour de Wilderness. A mountain bike tour through the Zambezi region, showcasing all that the Victoria Falls National Park, Zambezi National Park Victoria Falls and Zambezi areas have to offer; pristine wilderness, breath-taking gorge trails, community involvement and land rich with history.
Victoria Falls Marathon:
July 5, 2020
The Victoria Falls Marathon provides a platform for both local and international runners to pit themselves against the best. The route is fast and relatively flat and is well supported by regular water points and cooling down sections.
A full 42.2km marathon, 21.2km half marathon and a 7.5km fun run are available. The marathon route starts in the car park outside the banks/Ilala Lodge entrance, then crosses over the Vic Falls Bridge, briefly into Zambia offering the social runner some of the most spectacular scenery in Africa.
The Vic Falls MTB Challenge
To be announced
Vic Falls Mountain Bike Challenge has a new look. Since 2016 the team has put together some fantastic multi-day cycling safaris, fully backed up with a support crew – exploring remote areas, with some game viewing, cultural interaction and some challenging sections along the way. It’s not a race but a way to enjoy the sport in a different place. Distances are manageable at around 40-50km per day, with some safari time in between.
Zambezi Cycle Challenge
To be announced
The format of the challenge will suit the social adventure-loving mountain bike enthusiast as well as more competitive cyclists. Teams will be required to be made up of at least two members, but the race organisers will also provide guided groups of similar abilities/standards for the more social riders.