Our birding Safari occurs along the Zambezi River upstream from the Falls and in the rain forest section of the Victoria Falls National Park.  There is an average of 470 species to be seen in the Victoria Falls area, including some rarities found in few other places in the world. The river is an avian highway cutting through the savanna woodlands on either side of the watercourse. We have a number of experienced birding guides  available – or you can bird on your own. For serious birders looking to add “lifers” to their lists, the Victoria Falls area specialties are illustrated here.

Activity Details

What to bring

Binoculars Camera Water Raincoat (raincoats are available for hire at the park entrance)

What to wear

Comfortable shoes with grip Comfortable clothes