Victoria Falls “An Unbelievable Experience” – Cheetahs Rugby Team

South African Super Rugby side the Toyota Free State Cheetahs came to Zimbabwe and they conquered - winning their pre-season clash in Harare against the Vodacom Bulls before visiting the country’s top tourist attraction Victoria Falls.

The 45-strong squad, who stayed at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge this week, were blown away by the beauty of Victoria Falls, which many had never seen before, with team captain Francois Venter saying, it was well beyond his expectations.

The Cheetahs’ visit to one of the Seven Wonders of the World included a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River, a tour of Victoria Falls, dinner at The Boma – Place of Eating, as well as a coaching clinic at Victoria Falls Primary School.

The Toyota Free State Cheetahs returned to South Africa yesterday (Tuesday), but Venter hoped the Lafarge Zimbabwe Champions Cup would become an annual fixture, allowing them to return to Zimbabwe next year.

Africa Albida Tourism (AAT) chief executive Ross Kennedy said it was such a privilege and pleasure to host the Cheetahs pre-season squad in Victoria Falls at the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge.

Victoria Falls Safari Lodge is hospitality group Africa Albida Tourism’s flagship property.