I was on a tour through Southern Africa and was suggested this adventure tour company by our guide.
Booking: This was a quick and simple process. Credit card machines are finicky in Zimbabwe so be prepared to visit the ATM if needed. (That day it didn't work for me, but did for others). Was able to book at 4:30 pm and go white water rafting and bungee jumping the next day.
Rafting: Picked up at our camp grounds around 6am and our shuttle went to a few other hotels to pick up some others. (It is apparently a popular place)
Tea, coffee and snacks at our instructional location where we filled out paperwork and got our safety instructions. We also got to meet our guide , Blessing (how fitting) as well as our group leader, Colgate. Apparently they select their names because we probably slaughter their given names.
Driven about 30 min to our drop site. Are given our gear- a rash guard, life jacket, and paddle. We then hike down a steep gorge to the boats. First order of business- safety drill. Aka everyone fall out of the boat and he helps you climb back in.
Rapids were larger than I've ever done (well east coast U.S. -not saying much) and super fun. Do people fall out? Yea- two fell out on our raft because of rapids and two more because Colgate joined our boat and threw people off! (All in good fun- i was one of them!) Did boats completely flip, yes- but I'm unsure if it was guide fun or paddler error.
End of our ride was a climb back out of the gorge. Yea tiring and steep, but not impossible. We had 3 younger girls and one grandmother in our group from our tour- along with much younger teenagers and a dad. So not too crazy athletically.
Lunch was yummy! Fried chicken, rice, salads. Beer and sodas. Quick ride home with beers in tow.
Recommendations- have "sports sandals" no flip flops, you'll never make it in or out of the gorge alive with those. We went in winter,I wore bathing suit and shorts. I brought along a towel and t-shirt for later (they put your stuff in both a dry bag-for emergency stuff on board, and a larger container for clothing and such) . Tip your guides-they deserve it and they're awesome!
Bungee- a very simple process. Go to bridge (check in at immigration to cross bridge) Sign in at the lodge in Zambia, sign paperwork, get weighed and marked (they put your weight in kgs and your number on your arm). Walk back to bridge- get strapped in, jump. Pretty simple. A guy lowers himself to bring you back up.
Met an awesome guy named Tomato on the bridge and in his great words "screaming is for.free".
Have an amazing time, take great pictures and bring home life-long memories of the phenomenal country of Zimbabwe and its people!
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