Victoria Falls—spanning more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) across the cliffs between Zimbabwe and Zambia—is known as the largest sheet of falling water in the world. The magnitude of the natural wonder makes it impossible to take in the entire attraction from one country. That’s why this guided tour includes excursions on both sides of the falls, while also exploring the history and culture of the area.
The hotel pick ups commerce around 07:00am, guest are transported by road from Livingstone for about 1hr drive to Kazungula one border stop where you shall do your passport formalities for both Zambian and Botswana side just after crossing the newly constructed Kazungula bridge. The guide on Botswana side will be waiting for you, once we met the guide, you drive through to our Botswana office where you shall have a short briefing about the activity.
After briefing the guides will decide either to start with a game drive, lunch then river safari cruise or the other way round.
Animals available in the park African painted dog, blue wildebeest, Cape buffalo, civet, crocodile, giraffe, hippopotamus, hyena, leopard, lion, puku (a type of antelope, assessed Near Threatened), savanna elephant, tseessebe, zebra, and much more.
Discover an infinity pool at the top of Victoria Falls during this Devil's Pool at Victoria Falls Morning Tour from Livingstone. This natural pool is perfect for thrill seekers. Lean over a curtain of falling water and look down at the terrifying drop below. Located just a short swim from Livingstone Island, guides will go with you, ensuring total safety and providing photo evidence of your adventure, too.
If you only have a short amount of time in Chobe National Park, exploring with a guided tour is the best way to go. This tour provides all of the transportation logistics to easily get you from your hotel, across the border, and onto a safari boat cruise and afternoon game drive so that you can see the animals you most want to see. Throughout the day, guides give you plenty of insight into local culture and wildlife and help you spot animals you might miss on your own.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to try and see the Big Five while in South Africa—this Chobe National Park Full-Day Safari Tour from Livingstone combines a land and river safari to get the most out of your trip. Along with a game drive and a river safari cruise with the chance to see giraffes, hippos, lions, and leopards, this experience also provides lunch to keep you energized for this big adventure.
Get a chance to see white rhinos here in the Mosi Oa tunya National Park, the only park where you can see them. This approximately three hour tour starts with a hotel pick up, then gets you to the national park where you’ll have a walk to look out for hippos, cape buffaloes, wildebeests, crocodiles, birds, and the whilte rhino. After viewing, you’ll be dropped back off at your hotel.
There is something special about being on a steam train; sounds you can't hear anywhere else, the smooth ride, or just knowing that you’re on a machine that was invented almost 200 years ago. Add to that wonderful sights to observe and dinner on board and you’ve got yourself an amazing half-day journey. This is a perfect trip for couples, groups, or even solo.
Get a chance to take a dip on the edge of the iconic Victoria Falls. During this unique swimming excursion, you’ll head to the area known as the “Devil’s Swimming Pool.” Only 24 people are allowed at a time into the protected area on Livingstone Island, so you’ll be ensured a guaranteed spot.
The small town of Livingstone stands as an entry point to Victoria Falls as well as to the surrounding Zambezi region. As far as activities go, Livingstone has something for everyone. Adrenalin-junkies, explorers, romantics and adventurers will all find something here.
Chobe National Park in Botswana, approx. 100 km west of Victoria Falls. It is home to 450 species of birds and the largest concentration of elephants in Africa. Well known as the best game viewing and game drive along the Chobe River front.
Get up close and personal with some of Africa's most iconic animals with a game drive in the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park. Your guide helps you spot some of Zambia's most-loved species, including the endangered white rhino, buffalo, hippo, crocodile, giraffe, zebra and several antelope species. Elephants cross through the park fairly frequently; while a sighting isn't guaranteed, you have a good chance of meeting a herd.
Clients will be picked from their lodging place in the morning at 645am and driven to Kazungula Border , which is the entry point to Botswana. They will cross over the Zambezi River by speed boat. At the Botswana side they will be taken in 4x4 game viewers where they will do their first activity of the Day which is the River safari. After the boat cruise they will proceed for lunch and relax a bit. They will then assume their Safari game drive in the afternoon which will ultimately see them back to Zambezi River fro their final journey back to Livingstone.
Take in unforgettable views on a trip to Zambia’s Victoria Falls National Park, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. This experience begins with a with a shuttle service directly from your accommodation, followed by a guided tour around the spectacular park’s many breathtaking lookouts.
Gain first-hand insight into the power of the world’s largest waterfall on a full-day whitewater rafting tour on the Zambezi River, just downriver from the Victoria Falls. Conserve your energy for the 23-kilometer route with hotel pickup and drop-off included, as well as lunch and post-tour beers, and benefit from the local guide’s insider knowledge of the river to find the best spots for snaps and thrills.
See the cascading waters of Victoria Falls from a completely different perspective when you book this helicopter tour over the UNESCO World Heritage Site. This 15-minute flight soars over the falls, Batoka Gorge, and the Zambezi River, giving visitors a bird’s-eye view of the stunning landscape aboard a comfortable helicopter.
Navigate the river of Zambezi on this magnificent sunset cruise. Riding on the boat you'll navigate a six-kilometer stretch of river that culminates with the spray from the waterfall sits on the horizon as you look out over the stunning scenery. See wildlife, including hippos, crocodiles, elephants and birds in their natural environment. Relax and enjoy snacks and a beverage while watching a truly picturesque sunset.
Head over the border from Zambia to Botswana for a safari in the abundant Chobe National Park. This full-day tour departs from Livingstone and includes a wildlife viewing cruise on the Chobe River and a traditional game drive through the park. Animals you might spot include elephants, buffaloes, hippos, giraffes, zebras, and over 450 species of birds.
Get a sensational view of Victoria Falls on this private, fifteen minute microlight flight. You’ll see the gorge and the Zambezi River, and you’ll fly right up to the falls for an ultimate thrill. You’ll also have hotel pickup and drop off to make this experience run smoothly.
Discover Zambia’s rich biodiversity when you visit Mosi Oa Tunya National Park for an exciting game drive. Alongside a private guide, head to the park and keep your eyes peeled for wildlife which may include elephants, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, and many more. You also embark on a walk in search of the endangered white rhino, escorted by armed rangers for your safety.
Experience the diverse culture in Zambia on this guided half day tour, starting in the morning or afternoon. This is a small group tour that will stop at several places, including Mukuni Village near Victoria Falls, the Livingstone museum, a tour of the city of Livingstone, and then visit the oldest market in town, the Maramba Market.
Lavishly decked out with every thought to a guest’s personal comfort, the Lady Livingstone is a one hundred and forty four seater, three-decker river cruiser designed to accommodate groups and individuals. The lower deck accommodates 74, middle deck accommodates 50 and the upper exclusive deck accommodates 20 in private luxury.
The Lady Livingstone is based at The David Livingstone Safari Lodge. The cruise takes place along the river boundary of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, total cruise time is approximately 2 hours. During the cruise, guests are likely to see hippos, crocodile and some good birdlife. Possible other game sightings are elephant, giraffe, buffalo and antelope. An experienced guide accompanies each cruise and has good knowledge on the wildlife and local history of the area.
Explorers and appreciate the mesmerizing sights and sounds of this natural world wonder Get the full Victoria Falls experience by taking a day trip from Livingstone. The bustling town of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe is easy to get to, and the falls a top attraction on the African continent are a short drive away. Here’s what to know about taking a Victoria Falls day trip from Livingstone.
You will enter the park using a 4X4 game viewer and at certain point you will be requested to get off the vehicle and take a short walk towards the white rhinos.
Get 10 meters close to the white rhinos, only with Dewclaw.
This short walk is accompanied by game rangers for, this system of two people leading the walk, maintaining the highest possible levels of safety.
Swim in Devil’s Pool on Livingstone Island on the ledge of the waterfall. This is a deep pool caused by erosion right at the edge. This is a small group tour, and you can be collected from your hotel, if it is on the included list. You can choose a breakfast, lunch, or high tea experience. The duration is approximately two hours.