Stretching downstream from Victoria Falls along the banks of the River Zambezi is the opportunity to see one of the country’s only white rhinos. Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park offers scenic game viewing, including elephants, giraffes, zebras and buffalos. Along the banks of the Zambezi lie gap-toothed crocodiles and lazy hippos, with a wide variety of bird species flittering through the riverside thickets.
Take a walking safari, guided by highly knowledgeable and informative guides, giving you the chance to see some of Africa’s most spectacular wildlife, including the rare white rhino.
The trip starts with a drive into the national park, where you’ll be transferred to a safari vehicle. Here, you’ll meet your guides and trackers, who will have been out earlier to look for the rhinos. You’ll get a briefing on what to expect, any safety concerns, and recommendations for how to make your encounter with the white rhinos a memorable one. Once the briefing is complete, you’ll be driven to the location where the trackers have located rhinos.
From a distance you’ll be able to interact and take pictures with the rhino, along with gaining insights on other wildlife during the walk. Finish the trip with a cool drink, watching the sunset over the beautiful view of the Zambezi River.