Livingstone, Zambia
Named after the famous Victorian missionary explorer, Dr David Livingstone, who explored this area extensively, Livingstone Town was established in 1905. As a major European settlement, being close to the Zambezi River crossing over to Southern Rhodesia, the town was made the capital of Northern Rhodesia in 1911.
As the capital, it enjoyed excellent facilities far superior to anything elsewhere in the country, as can be seen from the surviving Edwardian buildings that line the city’s main road. Livingstone even had the distinction of having the country’s first newspaper. The capital was moved to Lusaka in 1935 and the bustling city has become a quiet town, but still retaining a special charm. A major event in 2011 was the installation of the town’s first set of traffic lights!
The proximity to the Zambezi River and the spectacular Victoria Falls has led Livingstone to become a base for travelers from all over the world wanting to explore this Wonder of the World


Victoria Falls
This present a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It was described by the Kololo tribe living in the area in the 1800’s as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ – ‘The Smoke that Thunders’. In more modern terms Victoria Falls is known as the greatest curtain of falling water in the world. Columns of spray can be seen from miles away as, at the height of the rainy season, more than five hundred million cubic meters of water per minute plummet over the edge, over a width of nearly two kilometers, into a gorge over one hundred meters below

Apart from the falls themselves, which are surprisingly fun to visit, there is a huge range of activities on offer here including whitewater rafting, bungee, motorboat safari, elephant back safari, town and village visits.
enough to warrant most people stopping over two, three or even four nights.
Livingstone Upper is a beautiful riverfront area, reasonably wild given its proximity to the town, with a decent range of wildlife and a good selection of lodges.
Livingstone Lower has just one decent lodge, perched dramatically above the canyon, but rather too out of the way for most people.
Livingstone Central includes the town and falls areas where most of the lower cost guesthouses and mainstream hotels are located.


Day 1: Victoria Falls
Upon arrival at Livingstone airport, you will be met and transferred to your hotel, Kingdom Hotel. This is a luxury hotel on the Zimbabwean side of the Victoria Falls. The establishment is the ideal choice for the visitor who wants the comforts of a luxury hotel, an environment with natural beauty
(such as the Victoria Falls), as well as hotel entertainment such as a casino, spa, numerous restaurants and children’s activities.

The architecture of the luxury Kingdom Hotel in Victoria Falls resembles that of the city of Munhumutapa, capital of an ancient civilization in Zimbabwe. Accommodation at the Kingdom Hotel is truly luxurious, with guests being accommodated in 294 rooms: 4 suites; 112 rooms with king-size beds;
102 queen size beds; 34 with king-size and bunk beds; as well as 40 with twin beds and bunk beds. All rooms are en suite and equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV, telephone, and hairdryer, safe and tea/coffee-making facilities.

Day 2: Victoria Falls
After breakfast, enjoy a tour of the Victoria Falls. This tour affords not only a view of one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World but information about their creation and geology, the unique eco-system of the rainforest, daring exploits of colonial explorers and magical tales of local legend under the constant spray from the “The Smoke that Thunders”. The Tour Guides will ensure the best photographic opportunities of this World Heritage Site while providing fascinating facts and figures of this iconic waterfall.

Day 3: Victoria Falls
Spend the day enjoying the beauty of Victoria Falls and clients have free time on their own to relax and enjoy. Later in the evening, enjoy the Zambezi Sunset River Cruise.
This is a superb way to relax and enjoy the beauty of the River. You may have the opportunity to see a variety of game; including hippo, crocodile, and elephant, sometimes even rhino in their home environment, as well as enjoy the many different bird species. The Sunset cruise is very popular and includes finger snacks, beer, wine, champagne and soft drinks. There are great photo opportunities against often-spectacular African sunsets. The cruise lasts for approximately 2 hours
Day 4: Depart
After breakfast, check out and you will be transferred to Livingstone airstrip for flight back to Nairobi and connect to your onward flight.
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Package price includes:
03 Nights’ Bed & Breakfast Accommodation at Kingdom Hotel www.kingdomhotelvictoriafalls.com
Direct return flights to Livingston with Kenya Airways
Return Livingstone airport transfers
Sunset Cruise (Transfers and park fees included)
Vic Falls tour (Transfers and park fees included)
Prices exclude:
Visa fees
Tips & gratuities
Travel Insurance