Whether it’s breakfast, lunch or dinner, our 50-seater upmarket, luxury boat is designed for comfort and tranquillity. There are two decks, complete with couches, chairs and coffee tables, and each has its own bar and staff for top quality service. There’s also free WIFI if you want to share your photos with your loved ones back home.
Riversong Early Morning Sunrise Cruise
At sunrise, the water is at its stillest and the tranquillity is only broken by bird song. Watching the river come to life as the sun rises over the Victoria Falls is a magical experience that’s popular with guests on their last day at the Falls as a farewell to Zimbabwe and the majestic Zambezi. Tea, coffee, juice, water and muffins are served on the cruise, but you’ll be back at your hotel in time to enjoy the hotel breakfast too.
Riversong Lunch Cruise
Dining on the mighty river, with the spray of the falls as a backdrop, and elephants and other wildlife cooling off in the water, is an experience that’s difficult to beat. You’ll be served warm finger food, a selection of cocktails, premium drinks, beers, juice, water and soft drinks.
Riversong Sunset Cruise
A sunset cruise is the perfect way to end off the day. Relax on one of our sofas as the sun sets, but keep an eye on the water for sightings of hippo, elephant and crocodiles. Enjoy an abundance of delicious hors d’oeuvres throughout the cruise, as well as selection of cocktails, premium drinks, beers, juice, water and soft drinks.
Our standard cruise is less luxiourous than the Riversong but still offers the same magnificent views of the Zambezi river, just at a lower price point. You’ll have unlimited local drinks and some tasty snacks as you watch the sun set in one of the most beautiful scenes in Africa.
We run private trips based on a minimum of 40 passengers.
Your return transfer from hotels in Victoria Falls, refreshments such as bottled water, cocktails, premium drinks, and savoury canapés.
There is a park fee of $10 so please bring some cash along with you.
No minimum age, however, children under 16 must be accompanied by a guardian. There’s no fitness or weight limit but you must be fit enough to walk in and out of the boat and sit on your own.
The Captain, who’s fully trained in advanced first aid, will give a full safety briefing before the journey. The boat is fitted with a first aid kit, safety equipment, including life rafts, rings, jackets and fire extinguishers, which will be pointed out during the briefing. There are 2-way communication radios and mobile phones on board if the Captain needs assistance and for easy communication with the office.
Bring your travel voucher, camera, binoculars, insect repellent, sunscreen during the hot season and a jersey during the cooler months.
Your valuables and anything else that you do not need on the cruise.
Wear light clothes in summer as it can be very hot. In winter, bring a sweatshirt or a jacket for the morning and sunset cruise as it can get a bit chilly.