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The majestic Zambezi River rises in Northwestern Zambia, from an insignificant spring in Kaloma and runs for a total length of 2700km. It is the fourth longest river in Africa and traverses six countries on its journey to the Indian Ocean. Its mighty power has carved the spectacular Victoria Falls and the ever deepening, zigzagging Batoka Gorge, about half way along the length of the river. At peak average flood there is 550 000 cubic metres of water thundering over the Falls per minute, resulting in some serious white water below the Falls. If you are looking for a serious adrenalin rush then consider introducing yourself to the mighty river in an 8 man inflatable raft. The river in the gorges below the Victoria Falls, classified as a Grade 5 river, is the way to go.

The official definition of a Grade 5 river, as defined by the official book of the British Canoe Union, is as follows: "Extremely difficult, long and violent rapids, steep gradients, big drops, pressure areas." If, however, this is a bit too strenuous then consider paddling in a canoe for up to 5 days in other quieter sections of the water. This is the biggest commercially run white water in the world. A spectacular trip. Breathtaking adventure. Adrenalin pumping teamwork or just plain paddling.

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