Devil's Pool

Devil's Pool is adjacent to the famous Livingstone Island, situated on the edge of the Victoria Falls.

Devils Pool

The Devil's Pool:

Here’s an infinity pool like no other! One of the most astounding natural pools to be found anywhere, Devil’s Pool has a reputation for attracting thrill-seekers from the far corners of the earth. It offers daring swimmers the chance to experience the ultimate delight: peering over the brim of the largest curtain of falling water in the world. Just a short swim from Livingstone Island, Devil’s Pool is thrilling but completely safe. Guided tours to Livingstone Island have a 100% safety record and our guides will be with you at all times to offer a hand, share fun facts, or simply take photographic evidence to bring home to the family.

Devil's Pool is open during the drier months of the year, usually between mid-August and mid-January when the Zambezi water levels are low enough for swimmers to take the plunge. When Devil's Pool is not open we have Angel's Pool offering a very similar experience.

Victoria Falls

The Devil's Pool Experience:

Your tour starts between Dry Manzi and the Royal Livingstone at the Livingstone island Launch Site.

We leave the Livingstone island Launch Site by boat and head to Livingstone Island through the fast-moving rapids that approach the waterfall.

Your small group will enjoy a guided tour around the island, including breathtaking views of the Victoria Falls.

In low water, we visit Devil's Pool, which is a short swim from Livingstone Island. In higher water we visit Angel's Pool.

Midday and afternoon bookings finish up with either a sit-down lunch or afternoon tea, both are all-inclusive of drinks.

Livingstone Island
Devils Pool Birdseye
Boat To Livingstone Island

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Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park:

Situated along the upper Zambezi River is the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.

The park is small but affords an incredibly relaxing drive alongside the river for much of the circular route. The park is home to many species of antelope, zebra, giraffe, buffalo, elephant, rhino, warthog and a variety of birds. There are no major predators in this park leaving the animals relaxed and allowing excellent photography opportunities.

Elephant from River