A Unesco Natural World Heritage Site Home To The Thrilling Devil’s Pool

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is perfectly situated along the mighty Zambezi River, just a stone’s throw away from the breath-taking Victoria Falls. It is a place of unique and adventurous experiences, be it heart pumping or soul-soothing there is something for everyone here. Fancy yourself a bit of an adrenaline junkie? Have a go at bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls Bridge or conquering the Zambezi River on an inflatable raft. It’ll be an enthralling break from your time on safari. As soon as you’re ready to get back to the wildlife, you can easily explore the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park which is home to a variety of animals including elephants, giraffe and zebra. Meanwhile, the romantics can enjoy exceptional sunsets cruising along the famous Zambezi River. For those looking for something different to break up their trip, Livingstone might just tick all of the boxes for you.


The park provides a home for numerous antelope species, zebra, giraffe, warthog, white rhino and a variety of birds and smaller animals. Elephants frequently cross the Zambezi and freely walk through the Park and the surrounding area.

Seasonal Information

January is summertime, with warm daytime temperatures creeping up to around 30°C. The summer rains bring a freshness to the season and the landscapes in Mosi oa Tunya National Park, with plants, waterholes and rivers replenished by the waters. The summertime climate can seen dramatic thunderstorms, the perfect entertainment to witness Mother Nature in all her powerful glory. At the Falls, the summer rains are yet to all filter down, so the water level is medium to high, depending on how much rain has fallen over the previous months.


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