Treat yourself to an unbelievable once-in-a-lifetime flight where you will truly appreciate the mighty Victoria Falls and surrounding area.

After a gentle take off from the helipad, you will fly out over the Victoria Falls where we will provide you with the most incredible viewing and photographic opportunity of this World Heritage site. Continuing your flight downstream over the Batoka Gorge, experience the natural beauty of this awe-inspiring dramatic feature, following the mighty Zambezi as it carves its way between steep cliffs.

As we head back from the Batoka Gorges, taking a last glimpse of the falls, we fly over Long island on the upper Zambezi towards the National Park, home to a wide variety of wildlife species. This is an amazing opportunity to view game from the air in this vast National Park, as well as along the banks of the upper Zambezi River. There are great chances of spotting Elephants, Hippo, Crocodile, Buffalo, Giraffes, Kudu and many more as we head back to the helipad.

This is an amazing 3 in 1 flight , an experience not to be missed.

Activity Details

When must I get there

Transfers are arranged from all accommodation establishments

Minimum age

Some age restrictions might apply

Infants under 24months ride on adults' lap

Children 24months and above must ride on their own seat

Maximum weight

There is no individual weight restrictions. Weight is taken per helicopter, maximum 600kg per flight.

The front seat has a maximum weight restriction of 95kg.

Excursion duration

The flight duration 25minutes

When must I get there

Shuttles are provided from all accommodation establishments in Victoria Falls.

What's Not Included

Park fees are not included and payable on arrival.

What to Expect

This helicopter flight will initially take the same route as the shorter Flight of Angels. But instead of heading home after viewing the Victoria Falls, you will fly further down the impressive Batoka Gorge and contrasting landscapes. See how the Victoria Falls have carved massive cracks in the earth over millions of years.

Expect a little turbulence

Some passengers may experience motion sickness.