Vic Falls & Kayaking the Zambezi river

Trip Start May 03, 2011
Trip End Jan 31, 2013

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Flag of Zambia  ,
Monday, September 19, 2011

In the Jollyboys hostel we enjoyed ourselves a lot for a couple of days. At the foot of the Victoria Falls there are plenty of activities to keep everybody interested regardless of your preferences and lifestyle. For the adrenaline freaks there is Bungee jumping, Gorge sliding, rafting and kayaking and for others there are lion walks, flights over the falls, and all kinds of other stuff. On the first day we went to the Falls by bus and walked around all day long which resulted in some nice pictures as you can see. We also wanted to go to the Falls on the Zimbabwean side but at the Zimbabwean immigration they didn't let us in unless we paid for a new visa. Hmm too bad... 

Next day we agreed to push the adrenaline level a bit up and went for the most thrilling activity which is the kayaking. Erik, me and Andrew our guide were all in a kayak (he a normal one we in an inflatable one) and went for a whole day long of high adrenaline kicks along rapid 10 to 25 on the Zambezi. The most thrilling and adventurous thing I ever did and if you see the pictures (and especially the video's) you will definitely agree with us. 

For the rest Livingstone is nothing special but the backpackers hostel is amazing. A lot of interesting people which could keep you there for several days and even weeks. But ofcourse Erik has to move on towards Cape Town and my journey should also continue.
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