Why Livingstone?
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What We Love
  1. Home to one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World – the majestic Victoria Falls
  2. Africa’s adventure capital – plenty of action-packed activities
  3. Swim at Devil’s Pool: the edge of Vic Falls
  4. Helicopter flights, sunset boat cruises, river rafting & elephant interactions
  5. Walk to Zimbabwe & see the Falls from both countries
  6. A variety of luxurious lodges & boutique hotels

Why Livingstone?

Zambia’s Livingstone is not only known as Africa’s adventure capital but is home to one of the continent’s biggest attractions: the majestic Victoria Falls that clocks in at twice the height of Niagra Falls.

Experience The Victoria Falls, also referred to as the “Mosi-oa-Tunya” by the local community, lives up to its name as ‘The smoke that Thunders’. This extraordinary waterfall is not only listed as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, but it also forms the largest curtain of water on the planet & can be viewed from both Zambian & Zimbabwean sides.

Livingstone offers guests the rare opportunity to swim at Devils’ Pool - the edge of the thundering Vic Falls – a bucket list experience that should be added to everyone’s list!

Accommodation in Livingstone is usually geared towards the discerning traveller who is looking for a luxurious base from which to explore. A range of elegant lodges & boutique hotels offers bed & breakfast options while some also include activities over a 3-night stay.

Visitors to Livingstone can also walk across to the Zimbabwean side & view the iconic Victoria Falls from both countries. (visa needed upon arrival)

Activities Plenty of fun-filled activities are available in Zambia. These include helicopter flights over the Falls, swimming at Devils’ Pool, Livingstone island lunches, romantic sunset boat cruises, river rafting, canoeing & exciting elephant interactions.

For anyone who longs to view The Victoria Falls from the air, a scenic helicopter or microlight flight is usually a highlight!

When To Travel The best time to visit the spectacular Victoria Falls is during ‘High Water’ season - from February to July, directly after the region's summer rains, when you'll see the world's largest sheet of falling water flowing at its greatest volume.

‘Low Water’ runs between August & January & is at its lowest between November & early December. This is the time when there is very little spray & visitors can fully appreciate the geological formation of Victoria Falls & the full length & breadth of them. River rafting & swimming at Devi’s Pool are wonderful activities to experience during low season.

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