Your following days will be spent challenging some of the most awesome Class IVs and Vs rapids namely The Ghost Rider, Creamy White Buttocks, the Mother, Oblivion and Stairway to Heaven only to name a few, while your nights will involve camping on expansive beaches of white sand nights under the beautiful African stars inside the Batoka Gorge of the Zambezi River, with gin and tonic in hand whilst listening to the noises of wild Africa. After completing one of the most exhilarating adventures in the world, you can head off to sample the wildlife viewing that this region is famous for. A brilliant way to really top off your trip to Africa.

Activity Details

What's Included

All camping equipment such as tents, sleeping bags and sleeping mats All meals such as breakfast, lunch and dinner Mineral water & purified water, soft drinks, beers and wines Video and photographer on the trip with the option to purchase the DVD after the trip

What's Not Included

National park fees $10 per person Purchase of experience DVD

What to bring

We find most of our clients have in their possession already what is needed for our river rafting expeditions. We have broken down here the items into what you'll need on the river and in camp. Each guest will get a dry bag to use for the trip once in Victoria falls.

River Fashion:

A pair of Chacos or similar sandals.

2 pairs of River shorts or swimming costumes -

Long sleeved business shirt or lycra layer to wear under your life jacket.

A baseball cap for under the helmet to keep sun off.

Wide brimmed sunhat – Sunglasses. Nalgene or similar water bottle – Thermal Top. Medium weight - Heavyweight Capilene or polypropylene is the best. This is only necessary for cooler months Waterproof sunscreen and lip balm SPF15 minimum. For evenings and around camp 2 pairs lightweight long trousers 2 lightweight long sleeved shirts Fleece jacket – it can be cool in the morning and evenings T-shirts and shorts for around camp. Underwear. Glasses or Contact lenses. Disposable lenses are ideal. Toiletries. Toothbrush, toothpaste, biodegradable soap and shampoo. Forget the cosmetics and hair dryer! But we do suggest moisturizer Hand wipes and a small bottle of hand sanitiser. Small pack towel. Headlamp or head torch with spare batteries Shoes or boots for wearing around camp. Insect Repellent. Any medication you may be taking. Water proof camera such as Go Pro to have on the raft with you Small normal camera that can fit in our waterproof pelican cases You are welcome to bring your own inflatable mattress (lightweight) Optional Items Your favorite book or a journal for recording your river memories. Sketchpad. Photographic or video equipment. We recommend a cleaning kit as sand gets everywhere. Bring a spare memory card or plenty of film. Waterproof Go Pro camera for the "action" on the raft shots. Swiss Army Knife or Leather man. An iPod or other music preferences. The only money that you need to bring is for meals in town, souvenirs, DVD, personal items, gratuities and the beer kitty for the raft trip if you drink. Binoculars