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Enjoy a Township Experience with Guided Falls Tour & Zambezi Sunset Cruise as a BONUS – Save ove 20%

Experience the township life and diverse cultures when you visit Chinotimba Township and end with dinner and entertainment at Mama Africa Eating house.

The tour begins with a tour of the majestic Victoria Falls, a world heritage site that has won hearts of many visitors to Southern Africa. Your friendly guide will share with the diverse flora and fauna surrounding the Victoria Falls, the supposedly formation of the Vic Falls, and the survival of the 100 year old big Tree.

Your tour continues to Chinotimba Township where you are treated to sumptuous home-cooked lunch.  After lunch you pass through the Old People’s Home, Chinotimba beerhall and the Chinotimba Vegetable Market and discover how the locals live, fend for their families, and entertain themselves at the local Beer hall.

After drop off and freshening up, you will be picked up for the Zambezi Sunset Cruise where you will enjoy the scenic magical sunsets, the diverse flora and fauna along the upper Zambezi River and  a few game, elephants, hippos crocs and bush bucks that are often seen on the Zambezi Sunset Cruises. Drinks, Beers and canapé snacks are served on the cruise.

Your tour ends with dinner and live Music entertainment at Mama Africa. Mama Africa features a township style theme and serves a fusion of  local dishes and international dishes.

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Victoria Falls

Victoria FallsThe Victoria Falls are the most significant feature of the Victoria Falls National Park, and when the Zambezi is in full flood (usually February or March) they form the largest curtain of falling water in the world. During these months, over 500 million litres of water per minute go over the falls, which are 1708m Read more

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