Crocodile Park Victoria Falls
The Brooks family initiated their Zambian adventure in 1954. On arriving in Zambia, they were instantly taken over by the wildlife of Livingstone.
The park was established in 2001 and shortly afterwards was the ideal decision for problematic crocodiles who terrorized the local population along the Zambezi River – crocodiles are recognized, taken and transported to the park where they may stay for good. The dominant male crocodiles in the park is in a position to maintain their personal ponds and areas, as well as females, and their breeding is going on well.
Ian & Sue Brooks relocated to Livingstone in 2006 out of Choma and further expanded their family business by including Victoria Falls Castle in addition to their portfolio. Eventually, an enclosure with snakes was built in the park to celebrate the feast of troubled snakes on poultry and other in the villages and the city. Mr. Brooks Snr died in 2016, and Ian & Sue continue the family legacy of preserving crocodiles.
325 Parkway Drive, Victoria Falls Zimbabwe
It is quite fascinating to visit the farm to grow crocodiles. You will spend on a tropical garden, where at every step there are plants with crocodiles, from the tiniest to huge. There is also a small shop with products made of crocodile skin.
1 hour 30 minutes for the tour. Since no pre-booking is needed for a family holiday, this is an excellent opportunity for tourists who can come at a convenient time for them.
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, except on Wednesdays.
- Adults $15.00
- Children (3-11 years) 7.50 USD
Destination from Victoria Falls is 10 minutes
The “Wildlife Encounter” organization was created in 2005 in Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe), proposing a single “wildlife encounter” in captivity. It was designed as an outreach and resource mobilization center for the world’s first wild lion captive recovery and release project as well as many initiatives for community-based conservation and growth.
We are completely conscious of the current negative impact of captive nature and similarly encourage the notion that there is a place for wildlife in tourism in captivity. If it is carried out properly and ethically.
We are evidence of the reciprocal nature of tourism and propose truly memorable events and rewards in order to save natural ecosystems for generations.
Captive wildlife populations are unique in that they are supported with the aim of educating people about wildlife and its habitats and/or to conserve critically endangered species through captive breeding and reintroduction programs.
Shop 8 Building Bata, Livingston Wei Victoria Falls Zimbabwe
Choose the program and you will be taken from the hotel to the place where you had extensive training and subsequent safety briefing, and then there will be an introduction to the lions.
Although the excursion is called “Walking with lions”, you can choose to communicate with different animals. They are very nice, friendly and sociable! They are very fond of being watched, but they rumble very loudly. First you will be told about the rules of behavior when communicating with them, then the actual communication with these cute animals, if you want, you can give the guides your camera, they will take beautiful pictures for you. Then a walk with lions or cheetahs on the road.
The lion’s walk is about 45 miles per hour. We walk our lions every day and offer 3 opportunities to join our lions on these walks every day.
from 150$, check the price calling the operator.
Discover Safaris, located in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, is owned and managed by the esteemed resident tour guide Charles Brigman, who is well known for his work in wildlife protection and guide expertise. Charles has been working as a professional guide for the past 32 years and has extensive knowledge of local flora and fauna, specializing in private safari with a guide, as well as private placement and safari itineraries. Charles’ wife, Teddy, has considerable expertise in the safari business and teamed up with Charles to develop great safari courses.
The most popular safari trip take place in
Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park is one of the major African safari directions, famous for its great density of wildlife, huge elephant herds and rich bird flora and fauna.
Situated in the northeastern part of Botswana, the park encompasses a wide variety of areas, from river floodplains, swamps and swamps to forested areas, maintaining a wealth of wildlife. This is the second biggest territory of Botswana under protection.
David Livingstone came to the site in the 1850s, finally going down the Chobe River before its merger with Zambezi and downstream to ” uncover” Victoria Falls in 1855.
In well beyond elephants, there are big herds of buffalo roam the floodplains, which are necessarily accompanied by the pride of lions. Here you can find a wild dog, hyena, leopard and cheetah, as well as a zebra, giraffe, wild beast, and several kinds of antelope, among them sable, kudu.
Extensive water areas maintain the richness of the bird world, which contains multiple types of herons, herons and stork, fish eagles and a unique fisherman’s owl Pel. The park in general has more than 450 bird varieties.
Check with Carl to schedule a safari in this renowned national park. There are a number of safari choices with sleeping over at a portable tent camp or sleeping in an overnight shelter. Charles can make your journey ideal, ideally suited to your individual needs. With 30 years of safari business experience, Charles can also become your private guide for the entire period of a safari trip.
from one full day, depends on requiraments
Hwange National Park
Hwange National Park is one of the most neglected gems. In fact, it is a rather lost nature of Hwange, which is why it is such an attractive and especial destination to study.
DAY 1 – Escape Victoria Falls by taking a shuttle to unique shrub camp, which can take about 2 hours. Encounter your guide and drive all the way from here to the shrub camp for 2 nights.
The fares cover all kinds of entertainment, lodging, food, drinks ( foreign) and bonus alcoholic beverages can be organized on demand at an extra cost to the visitor).
Day 2 – stay full-time while exploring the wilderness. Going safari, play amusement rides, and concealed seating are all on sale, and guides will look after your stay.
DAY 3 – take the shuttle to your following staying, that is settled residence and you will remain there for 3 nights. Cabin is situated in a compound in the depths of Sinamatella area, in the north of the Hwange National Park.
4 and 5 days: enjoy complete days in pursuit of wild nature on foot safari or hunting excursions.
Day 6: Check out early in the morning from the cabin to Victoria Falls Airport after early morning entertainment to make your flight, or to your accommodation or lodge.
This final safari package includes a shuttle service from Victoria Falls to Hwange National Park returning to the airport of Victoria Falls, all lodging, food, all domestic drinks, all safari, washing, medical emergency evacuation and all environmental charges and entry cards.
Zambezi National Park
Running for 50 kilometers upstream of Victoria Falls, the picturesque Zambezi National Park features river wildlife displays alongside the Zambezi River, with unspoilt nature, rich wild fauna and stunning sunsets.
David Livingstone headed down this stretch of Zambezi from Linyanti Swamps on his journey to the opening of Victoria Falls. The extent of the river over the falls fascinated Livingstone with its charm, saying that ” such lovely stages must have been seen by the angels in their mission” – a quotation often erroneously attributed to the waterfall proper.
The park is the home to different major mammal kinds, such as lion, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, and a few types of antelope, among which are enchanters, kudu, water cormorants, impals, and Zimbabwean wildlife, the magnificent sable. River hippo pods are walked down by day, leaving their aquatic indentations at noon to pasture on the shores of the river. Crocodiles melt at the side of the river, waiting for an extra fraction of a second to eat.
Though Zambezi National Park is less commonly known as Hwange National Park or the nearby Chobe National Park in Botswana, it nevertheless provides a wide range of game species and birds at a small range from Victoria Falls. This national park is perfect for anyone seeking an exceptional getaway experience, either by car, a hiking safari or a birdwatching tour.
Please call Charles to schedule your safari in this exceptional country park. There are a number of safari choices to choose from – we suggest two night safaris with tenting for a really wild adventure! Charles can arrange your dream vacation, perfectly adapted to your individual travel needs. With 31 years of safari industry experience, Charles can also serve as your own private guide for the entire period of your safari experience.
Each tour adapted to your individual travel needs
visit http://discovervictoriafalls.com/ to contacr Charles
Wild Horizons Elephant Sanctuary
Wild Horizons was constructed over a period of decades of family- values to ensure an astonishing visitor experience across Zimbabwe. The elephants joined the family in 1992 as part of the Wild Horizons in which four elephants required a superior home. From that moment on at Wild Horizons, there has been an enduring conviction that the wellbeing of elephants is of paramount importance. Whether it’s at the time of salvation, recovery or liberation, it’s all in the future of elephants. Ever since, this powerful environmental ethics has ensured widespread preparation of elephant custodians as well as a secure harbor for elephants.
The Wild Horizon’s primary purpose is to ensure that elephants are afforded the highest possible care and a better quality of life in the wildest possible surroundings.
The team operates year-round to provide care for elephants and help improve training and environmental protection locally and globally.
The tour starts with a guide who tells how to shelter and protect our elephants, and then you go to the elephants where you can interact with them. Then you can go for a little stroll with the guides and take pictures with them. After that you are taken back to Paw to breakfast, and then to you hotels.It’s a wonderful experience to make people realize how vulnerable these beautiful animals are and the great work that the sanctuary does in raising elephants. It is definitely worth visiting and supporting.
from 175$ per person,contact Sanctuary for an exact price
Victoria Falls Snake Park
This little park, situated in the heart of Victoria Falls, is inhabited by a large diversity of snakes: guided tours are informative, and you can touch the snakes, a sort of adrenaline burst for those who do not wish to bungee jump off the top of the bridge. Allow about two hours for a complete tour.
If you’re searching for anything other than a waterfall that you can make in Victoria Falls within an hour or so, do not search for anything further. For 6 dollars, in the middle of the city, right near the Three Monkeys bar, a wonderful smile and an informative Devine will reveal to you the world of South Africa and the least appreciated animal life of Zimbabwe. The black mamba, green mamba, spitting cobra and other such frightening pieces are, thankfully, all behind glass, but at a nice viewing range. Devine can give you a great guided tour of his snakes. His desire to keep snakes, to be respected and valued, is contagious. The park breeds and lets the snakes back into the wild, as also saves the snakes from people’s homes. You can deal with some nonpoisonous snakes. Experience that can not be missed! You will be left thinking about how beautiful the snakes are.
273 Adam Stander Drive Next to 3 Monkeys, Victoria Falls 0000 Zimbabwe