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Livingstone is a vibrant city lying just a stone's throw from the Victoria Falls – one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World – and offers a smorgasbord of adventure sports activities
No trip to Livingstone is complete without taking time to savour the spectacle of the world's largest curtain of water plummetting into the churning Boiling Pot below. Victoria Falls are magnificent and are well worth viewing more than once. For those visitors with the stomach for it, the Flight of Angels in a helicopter or, better still, a microlight provides an incredible bird's-eye perspective of the thunderous cascade from above. Alternatively, climb aboard a river raft to view the falls from the depths of Batoka Gorge.
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These popular itineraries can be customised to match your budget and travel dates
With some of the wildest and most remote game areas on the continent, and a remarkably low population in a massive country, Zambia has an aura of mystery waiting to be uncovered.
per person10 days
Combine water and wildlife in a journey that takes you from the Victoria Falls to Kafue and South Luangwa national parks – Zambia at its best
per person9 days
Combine three of Southern Africa's most loved destinations into one romantic getaway and you'll share the memories forever
per person11 days
Experience the best of the migration and wildlife in Kenya, then travel to Zambia to witness Victoria Falls, ending your adventure at Hwange National Park.
per person10 days
Visit Livingstone, Zambia, to marvel at the Victoria Falls – or 'the smoke that thunders' – before going on safari and a river cruise in Botswana's Chobe National Park
per person5 days
This three-in-one journey will show you the majestic Victoria Falls, the massive elephant bulls of Chobe and the natural wonder that is the Okavango Delta
per person7 days
Fall under the spell of three prime attractions in Zimbabwe and Zambia – Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park and the Mana Pools
per person9 days
"Livingstone has developed a deserved reputation as a bucket-list-topping destination for thrill-seekers and waterfall aficionados from around the world. Visit soon though, as a new dam in the Batoka Gorge is going to rob Zambia of the greatest white-water adventure currently available on the planet."
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Livingstone itself is a fun city with a wide variety of hotels, restaurants and bars. Whether you're a backpacker looking to stay at Jollyboys, a mid-range traveller sampling the outstanding Zambezi Waterfront, or a big spender staying at the Royal Livingstone or Stanley Safari Lodge, the city caters for all tastes and budgets.
However, Livingstone is best known as the hopping-off point for the world-famous Victoria Falls and a base from which to elevate your heart rate. Livingstone's adventure sport operators tempt fearless visitors with a huge range of adrenaline-pumping pursuits. Water-babies who want to raft, kayak, river-board or jet-boat on the fast-flowing Zambezi; high-fliers who want to swing across the gorge, walk on a high wire or take a bungee jump; aerial enthusiasts who enjoy microlights or helicopters – everyone will find something to enjoy here. This is Africa's adventure sport capital and a mecca for thrill-seekers from around the globe.
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