The Victoria Falls area is famous for adrenaline-rush, high action sports- some of which one may never had heard of or even know how to pronounce. For instance, one can white water raft through Zambezi rapids, tandem sky diving, bungee jumping and microlight flying over Victoria Falls. In fact, in the middle of the Victoria Falls bridge one can bunjee more than 350 feet over the river below. Travelers can also go river-boarding on the white water (similar to surfing). Others can abseiling into the gorge or riding a flying fox from one side to the other.

Another option is canoeing on the upper Zambezi River. Or horseback riding besides elephants and zebras in the bush.


In terms of Safaris, Victoria falls is very accessible to many national parks. For instance, Chobe National Park is one of Botswana's most extraordinary, appreciated wildlife regions, especially due to its elephant herds. This national park is about 80 km from Victoria Falls. Zambezi National park is a river that runs along the Zimbabwean shoreline .   Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, whose name means “Smoke that thunders” displays the last white rhinos in the world while Hwange National Park is the largest park, filled with African animals, 120 miles from the falls.