Going Places Tours and Travel is dedicated to creating and facilitating travel experiences that expand awareness and give each person a true sense of the country and culture they are visiting. We specialize in Zambia and the Southern Region of Africa, and we know we can succeed at giving each client the most complete travel experience at the best price.

Physical and Postal Addresses
35c Lake Road, Woodlands,
Lusaka, Zambia

Phone:
+260 975 063499
+260 954 063499
Email: info@goingplaceszambia.com

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Adrenalin

Bungee jumping
Dare to Bungee Jump? Then experience this high adventure, adrenalin pumping bungee jump at Victoria Falls!
The original, the one and only, the must do, the ultimate thrill! 111m of Pure Adrenalin! Off the famous Victoria Falls Bridge, with a spectacular backdrop of the majestic Victoria Falls, move to the edge, arms out and 5-4-3-2-1- BUNGEE leaving yourself plummeting towards the rumbling waters of the rapids of the Zambezi River and let the adrenaline flow.

For the more experienced, speak to your Jump Master and make it more adventurous and action packed by doing an Ankle-tied Back-flip or Star Elevator…
Want to prove you did the Bungee Jump?? Share your experience with your friends by claiming your FREE certificate, and of course have the opportunity to view your DVD & photos for FREE before buying the momento to take home!
Easy access to the Victoria Falls Bridge from both Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe and Livingstone, Zambia.
Safety – Victoria Falls Bungee operates a fun and safe experience for all of its jumpers

The Devil's Pool
Devil's Pool is adjacent to the famous Livingstone Island situated on the edge of the Victoria Falls.
Guests can choose to enjoy an exhilarating swim to the edge of the falls during their Livingstone Island visit.
The Devil's Pool is usually open between mid August and mid January - depending on Zambezi water levels.

White Water Rafting
Considered one of the best stretches of commercially run river in the world, Batoka Gorge provides one of the most intense sensory thrills imaginable. Its twenty three whitewater rapids and striking scenery deep within the sheer black cliffs afford the adrenaline junkie a wild roller-coaster ride along a route carved over millenia by the Great Zambezi.
The rapids are run in large rubber rafts launched from just below the Falls. You can do a half day trip, full day or two day. When the river is high, from March to July, only the last 13 rapids can be attempted. As the water subsides, from June to February, all 23 are navigable. If you are keen for the ultimate thrill then a multi-day trip along the Zambezi is it!

Kayaking
Another way to experience the incredible power of the Zambezi below the Falls is to paddle the rapids with seasoned white water kayakers.
After taking receipt of your paddle, life jacket and helmet at the top of the gorge, and an easy walk down to the Boiling Pot, you will receive a comprehensive safety briefing and a practice session prior to commencing your trip. An experienced white water kayaker will steer the boat through the rapids with you adding your support.

The trip is run in conjunction with a rafting trip for added safety and it will be up to you, and your personal guide, to ensure that you stay in the kayak or you could end up swimming the rest of the rapid!!  Although no previous experience is required, there is a minimum age of 15 years old, a reasonable level of fitness is necessary and there is a weight limit of 90kg. Trips run all year round but the routes may vary slightly depending on water levels.

The gorge itself varies from 140 metres to 250 metres deep, making for striking views to compliment the high level of raw excitement.


High Wiring, Gorge Swinging and Rap Jumping
This is the world’s first commercial High Wire. A cable is spanned across the gorge 135m long and 75m above the ground. A full body harness is attached securely from your back to the cable and you take a running dive off the edge of the cliff and soar across the deep gorge like a bird in flight.
These activities are operated on a spectacular site above rapid number 7. You will freefall for about 50 metres before swinging out into the middle of the gorge. After several pendulum swings you will then be lowered to the ground where you can take a track back up to the top of the gorge. This can also be done as a tandem. You can purchase the DVD or photos of your jump once you have finished.

The ‘flying fox’ is a cable slide across the gorge and rather than jumping off into thin air, you slide or ‘fly’ across the gorge attached to a special harness before being pulled back in again.

If you want to try a change from the more traditional abseiling, then you can also try rap jumping, where you descend the rock face facing the ground and keep pushing off from the rock face as you head towards the bottom of the gorge.

Abseiling
The helmeted client is attached to the main rope and safety rope from their harness. Then s/he is gently lowered over the platform. Slowly the rope is let out as the client makes their way down the rock face. Clients improve with each attempt and they can go down as often as time allows.
On reaching the base of the gorge the client has the choice of walking out or being hauled back up. The walk up has been designed as an integral part of the day’s activities. A gentle slope with plenty of rest stops has been chosen. It is a pretty walk, especially when all the trees are in leaf during the wetter summer season from November to March.

Suggested Packages

Suggested Packages


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