Along the way we partook of several activities. We started our trip by visiting Victoria Falls, which some consider one of the seven wonders of the natural world. More than a mile wide and 355 feet tall, this is nearly twice as wide and twice as tall as the Niagara Falls, and is an amazing display of Mother Nature's raw power. We also toured the world's largest crocodile farm--home to over 45,000 predators soon to be turned into belts and handbags--and an island where the government relocated 60 black rhinos to keep them safe from poachers. Aside from the 400 miles we rode on the fleet of electric-starting Suzuki DR-Z400s, we did a lot of traveling by boat, which added a different element to our trip and was something that none of the other adventure groups we've used have included in their normal packages. Boat travel also offered a unique way to see the things we wanted to see the most, which was the incredible wildlife that lurked everywhere. That brings up this caveat: Although you may see animals while riding, for the most part they are afraid of the noisy bikes. It's only after you turn off the engine and stand still for about 10 to 15 minutes that beasts of all shapes and sizes start to emerge. Also, the time of day that we rode was when most of the animals were resting. A good time to see large game is in the early morning or late afternoon hours while they are feeding. This is actually ideal because it keeps them off the road when you are riding and minimizes the chance of a collision. Still, we kept our eyes peeled at all times for the occasional stray that would wander into our path--and yes, it did happen.