For those looking to do something unique and thrilling, they can dip into the the Devil's pool. This pool lies at the edge of the breathtaking Victoria Falls and a swim here is relaxing and adventurous at the same time. The pool's safety is maintained by guards and guides who will be on the lookout.
This national park, an outstanding UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the treasured home of a section of Africa's natural wonders, Victoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya, which means "the smoke which thunders." In addition to the breathtaking falls, the park is also home to interesting and diverse wildlife, from giraffes, warthogs, zebras and antelope to baboons, elephants and even hippopotami. The national park is a top attractions for tourists and adventurers in Zambia.
Connecting international borders of Zambia and Zimbabwe, the massive Victoria Falls Bridge is a fine example of strong architecture as well as international harmony. Designed as a parabolic arch, the bridge was conceptualized by British magnate, Cecil Rhodes. Earlier referred to as the Zambezi Bridge, the town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe is connected to Livingstone in Zambia. Secured with military posts at both ends, the bridge is suspended over a deep valley with a gushing river flowing beneath it. A popular tourist attraction, thrill seekers engage in bungee jumping from the bridge, diving into the enormous and scenic valley from a height of 111 meters (364 feet).
For a fancy train journey that will take you through the beautiful Zambian landscapes, the Royal Livingstone Express is a must. The train lives up to its name and has classy, European style wooden interiors. You can relish delicious dinner along with wine while you enjoy views of the greenery and Victoria Falls from the window.
Founded in the 13th Century, the village of Mukuni is a cultural heritage today with its quintessential huts. It is home to the Leya tribe and is a tourist destination where visitors can experience their rural lifestyle and culture. You can also buy souvenirs and jewelry from the local shops here.
Experience the wildlife of Zambia and walk with the most majestic creatures of the African jungle. The Lion Encounter in the Mosi-a-Tunya National Park is a spectacular activity that allows visitors to explore the wildlife up, close and personal. Monitored by experts, the Lion Encounters is a must-do on your list.