Zambezi White Water Rafting in Livingstone, Zambia is one of the top activities in the region. Naturally there are several operators offering trips of differing types. The one constant that all these operators have in common is the river. So whilst prices may vary to some degree between operators, the rapids that you experience will be the same no matter who you go with.
Zamology are offering Zambezi river rafting with the biggest, most experienced and longest serving rafting operator on the Zambezi River. With a 100% guide certification with the International Rafting Federation, rafting here is not only thrilling, but also completely safe.
There are several options available including half day trips, full day trips and overnight trips. All the trips include refreshments and lunch (breakfast and dinner included for overnight trips). They will also collect you and drop you off at your Livingstone accommodation.
Also provided is free video footage and photos of your Zambezi White Water Rafting adventure. Each video is professionally filmed and edited. In fact, they are so good at this aspect of their trips that by the time you get back from your rafting trip, the video is ready for you to watch on the big screen in the bar!
Multi day trips and full day trips are only available at low water levels, usually between August and the end of December. Half day trips are available most of the year except when the water gets too high and the river closes for rafting, usually sometime between April and June. Make sure to check with Zamology about water levels and which trips are available at your intended time of year.
The minimum age for Zambezi White Water Rafting in Livingstone is 15 years old. The maximum age limit is dependent on the individual’s general state of health and physical fitness.
No previous rafting experience is required to take part in Zambezi River rafting, but the ability to swim is necessary. At the beginning and at the end of the half day and full day raft trips clients have to negotiate a steep path in and out of the gorge. The walk out is 750 vertical feet up a gradient of 1 in 3, and a person of average fitness can manage this in approximately 20 minutes.
Recommended dress for the day’s rafting is light outdoor sandals or trainers, shorts and T Shirt. A cap can also be worthwhile beneath the helmet. Clients should not take any valuables with them on the river. Valuables may be placed in a secure container and will be locked away at the company headquarters ready to be reclaimed on your return.
All clients are covered by Speciality Emergency Services (S.E.S) for the duration of the trip; however this only covers you for emergency evacuation in life threatening situations. It does not cover hospitalisation and medication thereafter. As such, travel and medical insurance is compulsory for all clients. Please ensure you bring the details of your insurance policy with you.
You need to experience Zambezi White Water Rafting in Livingstone in order to believe how fantastic it is. It isn’t a false statement to say that it is probably the best white water rafting in the world.
Half Day Rafting (PM – Low Water: Aug – Dec) – $140
Half Day Rafting (AM – Low Water: Aug – Dec) – $140
Half Day Rafting (AM – High Water: Jan – July) – $140
2 Day/1 Night Trips (Low Water: Aug – Dec)- $310
3.5 Day Trips (Low Water: Aug – Dec) – $935
5 night Expeditions (Low Water: Aug – Dec) – $2,285
7 Night Expeditions (Low Water: Aug – Dec) – $3,600
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