Your safari in Zambia closes on a fittingly climactic note with a visit to Livingstone and the Victoria Falls. Staying on the banks of the Zambezi River, view the Falls on foot, by boat or from the air; enjoy a cultural interaction at a local village; take an elephant-back safari or go rafting on some of the wildest white-water on the planet.
Thanks for a well-chosen itinerary and for organizing things so well – everything went off without a hitch. Looking forward to the next time.
Mr M. Allsopp
Itinerary at a glance
- Day 1 :
- Fly to South Luangwa Park
- Day 2 :
- South Luangwa Park
- Day 3 :
- Fly to Lower Zambezi National Park
- Day 4 :
- Lower Zambezi National Park
- Day 5 :
- Fly to Victoria Falls
- Days 6 & 7 :
- Victoria Falls
- Day 8 :
- Fly home
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Tongabezi Lodge is a romantic hideaway on the banks of the Zambezi River upstream of the Victoria Falls. Guests are accommodated in one of just 9 houses and cottages, each beautifully furnished using local materials, and can dine beside the river or on their private terrace. The free flow design and open front to most of the rooms is unique and very effective. Bathrooms have spectacular views over the Zambezi and personal valets complete the attention to detail at this African dream lodge. The swimming pool feels almost as if it is part of the river, set into the base of a rock cliff and blending perfectly into the scenery.
Each day has no set pattern and can be spent exactly as you like. Included activities consist of canoeing on the Zambezi, a “Sanpan” floating candlelit dinner, David Livingstone Museum tour, sunrise and sunset boating, guided bush walks, fishing, game drives, and visits to a local market and village. Try and time your stay to coincide with the full moon, to witness the amazing “lunar rainbow” over the Falls.