Only minutes away from the Victoria Falls, one of the Natural Wonders of the World, Livingstone is one of the most romantic destinations on the Africa continent. It is rich in culture and history, with a host of adventure and adrenaline experiences to choose from.
Livingstone offers a wide range of accommodation options to use as base for exploring the area.
Whatever you fancy, there will be a restaurant or bar in Livingstone to satisfy you. And you won’t be disappointed.
From our Blog
Part two of an occasional series looking at the history of the second most popular landmark in the region - the Victoria Falls Bridge (see also Part One). Written by Peter Roberts and taken from his book on the bridge, 'Sun, Steel and Spray,' this article looks at the background to the selection of the site for the Victoria Falls Bridge.
Remember our blogpost last week showing images from a morning trip to the Victoria Falls on the Zambian side of the river - see A trip to the Falls (Part 1)? Well here's another little collection of images from the Falls, this time an afternoon trip taken a week after the first set of images. The photographers out there will be interested to compare the views and relative lighting at different times of the day.
Bundu Adventures have announced the start of rafting from Rapid #1 and the start of the Zambezi Low Water Season!
Want to know what to expect from a visit to the Victoria Falls from the Zambian side? Well here's a little photo gallery of shots from a little morning walk around the Falls last week. A visit to the Falls will vary according to the time of year you visit - now is a great time to view them, with the river levels steadily dropping after the seasonal rains (Nov-Mar), and the spray and water reducing in volume. The August full moon is probably the best time of year to witness this phenomenon. We soon expect full-day rafting to be running from rapid number one and the Devil's Pool will be open again soon, followed by tours under the Falls - all exclusives from the Livingstone, Zambian, side of the river.