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Celebrate New Years at the Vic Falls Carnival

18/10/2017 00:00:00
by IOL

KALULU holidays teamed up with Africa’s most exciting new year’s festival, the Vic Falls Carnival to bring in 2018.

The carnival, which celebrates its sixth year will take place from 29 December 2017 until Monday 1 January 2018 in the picturesque town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

Partygoers who would like to celebrate an unforgettable New Year’s Eve in the presence of one of the seven wonders of the world, should definitely jump at the opportunity to enjoy five days of non-stop entertainment with some of Africa’s biggest acts including Black Coffee, Tresor and The Kiffness to name but a few.

The five-day extravaganza will feature a train party with some of Africa’s best DJ’s and the excitement won’t stop there, as there will be many more adventures on offer such as white-water rafting, bungee jumping or a breath-taking heli flip over the Falls.  

Here is what is on offer:

29 December

Hop on a train for a journey unlike any other through the African bush veld with DJ’s on the decks as you speed past Africa’s finest wildlife. The train will depart at 16h00, 18h00 and 20h00 and stops at a secret location in the lion and elephant park for an amazing night under the African sky with back to back DJ’s.

30 December

Start New Year’s celebrations early with an electric night of the best in house, African, indie and electro-pop including Africa’s biggest artist Black Coffee, The Kiffness, Micaso, Tressor, Flying Bantu and many more.

31 December

The non-stop entertainment continues with fire breathers and traditional dancers with a host of amazing artists continue to entertain all adventure loving travellers from all over the world as they countdown to the new year.


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