Lets face it, a trip to Africa on the other side of the world can be pretty daunting, especially if you have done all of your rafting domestically in the United States. What will it be like? Can I manage it? All natural questions. Here are a few questions we’ve been asked which might help in planning your next rafting vacation to the Zambezi.
So, what are you waiting for? The Zambezi is pretty special. With a dam project proposed for the coming years, its well worth not delaying and come out and see why many people call this, the ‘best river in the world’
The Zambezi season runs from late July until early November when the river is low and the weather is settled. Outside this time, the river can still be run, but not for multi-day trips.
by Hamish McMaster
Hamish McMaster is the Water By Nature owner. He has spent the past 25 years exploring and playing on the world's great rivers. He still loves nothing more than getting out there and sharing adventures.
Hamish McMaster sat down with the team in the office and the guide crews on the water to come up with our favourite autumn and winter adventures. If you’re anything like me, you probably struggle a little coming out of summer and heading into winter, knowing that it can be a long time between adventures. […]
Hamish McMaster chats about what items Water By Nature have on their adventures to ensure you are just a little more comfortable. Comfortable Chairs: While we don’t go quite as far as a La-Z-Boy, our very comfortable camping chairs are a welcome sight when you reach camp. Sit back, relax, and take in your view […]
Hamish McMaster, the owner and founder of Water By Nature, is also a seasoned Zambezi rafting veteran. Unlike many of the local company owners, Hamish still actively guides trips, something he is reticent to give up. Weather & Water Conditions: The Zambezi is at its best in ‘low’ water. Our season starts in July (Southern […]