Livingstone is the Adventure Capital of Africa and Chundukwa will help you organise any activity you may want. typically the recommend a five day stay and offer a sunset boat cruise on arrival, trip to the Falls, helicopter or microlight trip over the Falls, picnic lunch, David Livingstone Musuem and markets.
The original, the one and only, the must do, the ultimate thrill! 4 seconds of freefall, 111m of Pure Adrenalin! Off the famous Victoria Falls Bridge, with a spectacular backdrop of the majestic Victoria Falls. Take a leap of faith before freefalling for up to 70 metres over the rapids of the Zambezi River in a huge arc.
The bridge tour is a wonderful experience for families and for the more mature traveller. It contains aspects of theatre, history and adventure and can be enjoyed by all ages. Go back in time to learn about the men who built this masterpiece and experience firsthand what it must have been like to work on the construction of the bridge.
The Majestic Casino Luna Park gives kids and parents a chance to have fun on the swings, bumper cars, pool tables, arcade games air hockey and other kid's facilities that the park has installed. This is a great place for kids to interact and bond with their parents especially during weekends.
Discover the beauty of the Zambezi River atop an African Elephant, enjoy the lion walks or do a bungee jump off the Victoria Falls Bridge. There are a host of adventure activities around Thorntree River Lodge.
The No Name Camp has various offers and opportunities for guests around the Victoria Falls. The activities include bungee jumping, rapid water rafting, fishing trips, golf tours, biplane rides over the falls or national park safari tour. The camp offers a wide range of adventure in three areas- National Parks, Zambezi River and air.
The Victoria Falls is where the wide Zambezi River simply drops some 100 meters into a narrow gorge. The Falls lie across the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Mosi-oa-Tunya, the smoke that thunders, aka the Victoria Falls is a must visit destination. There is an endless list of activities on offer in Livingstone which continues to grow.
Tongabezi is the ultimate safari destination, with a range of adrenaline packed activities to keep guests entertained throughout their stay. Victoria Falls is one of the world's natural wonders and among the most spectacular sights in all Africa. The best place to witness this immense mass of water is tiny Livingstone Island.
The African Queen accommodates up to 120 guests on board the luxury cruiser. The African Princess carries a maximum of 80 passengers. Activities include game viewing, birding while cruising on the Upper Zambezi River. Enjoy your choice of one of the cruises on the top, mid or lower deck.
Radio Phoenix has the the widest FM radio coverage, reaching 4 out of the 9 provinces with an excess of 643 kilometres. These provinces include part of Southern province through Lusaka, Central and Copperbelt provinces. Recent media surveys have put it as the second radio station with the widest coverage.
At the park, Shoppers and vendors can interact over the perfect Zambian gift in the relatively new purpose-built market shopping mall which was created in appreciation of the cultural value of the site and the people that have used it over the years. Craftsmen recommend you walk through the entire market before buying.
Set in a quiet and safe neighbourhood, the Dutch Reformed Church Craft Market is a place where you can buy a wide variety of craft items, locally manufactured furniture, locally produced foods, second hand books, fruits and veg, and plants for your garden. A fund raising activity for the church.
There are several comfortable hotels, lodges and guesthouses that cater for a variety of needs and a range of budgets. These include: Eagles Rest Resort, Lake Kariba Inn, Lake Safari Lodge and more. There are also various events that take place throughout the year like the tiger challenge which takes place early December.
Gwembe Reptile Park and Safaris has a collection of Zambia's most notorious reptiles. The reptiles include crocodiles and snakes that have been captured because they were posing a danger to humans and themselves. Watching these reptiles never cease to invoke feelings of fascination, respect and fear in visitors.
Sundays are set aside as market day and the grounds of Arcades come alive for the main weekend attraction. There's a hive of activity, a blaze of vibrant colour and a plethora of beautiful handmade Zambian arts and crafts on show. The famous Pakati Market is open every Sunday from 09.00 to 17.00.
During your stay at Kilimanjaro Country Lodge & Café or while enjoying a meal, guests ought to take time out to admire the arts and craft work on display. The café hosts a crafts shop that offers a wide variety of traditional paintings, key holders, duvet covers, handmade bags, beaded creations, wire sculptures and much more.
Over the past two years Afrikolor has extended its passion for handmade products by including ceramics in its product portfolio. Every piece of pottery is individually hand made and made entirely from Zambian clay. All stoneware and clay products are lead free and dishware and microwave safe.
Lightfoot Zambia is a manufacturer and supplier of a huge range of furniture and handcrafted products including picture frame sets, tables, stools, wall art, linen, lamp stands and chandeliers, as well as glazed ceramics. With a team of skilled craftsmen and artisans, this company has built a reputation for excellent craftsmanship and creative artistry.
Offering cultural dance groups, live music and handicrafts workshops, the Livingstone Performing Arts Foundation is your ideal place to arrange cultural entertainment in Livingstone. The Arts Café has a bar and restaurant, an art gallery, artisan workshops, and a theatre where the shows takes place.
This is a not for profit organization dedicated to the care and well being of 120 chimpanzees, most of which were rescued from poachers, dilapidated zoos, circuses, and the bush meat trade. Chimfunshi Wildlife Orphanage and Trust operates entirely on donations and sponsorship provided by valued donors, volunteers and visitors.
Funky Frogs Zambia is a fun and safe play venue with a huge jumping castle, doll house, dress up corner, scooter track, swings, slides and jungle gyms. There are holiday clubs for those kids who want to join them over school holidays doing experiments, making crafts, singing and having loads of fun.
Safari Par Excellence 's Zambezi Elephant Trails offers a unique and exciting way to explore the wilderness around Victoria Falls. Located near Thorntree Lodge, approximately 10 km from Livingstone, Zambezi Elephant Trails has established Zambia's first 'Elephant Camp'.
Take the sunset cruise on the calm Upper Zambezi with three different types of cruise boats to choose from and suit your budget. Safari Par Excellence offers something for everyone the boats include MV Makumbi and MV Mambushi these are based at Zambezi Waterfront and the Lady Livingstone at David Livingstone Safari Lodge.
Take the challenge with Kayak the Zambezi offering unique, well run and professional adventures on the Zambezi River. The company also offers a variety of kayak schools, multi-days trips, tandem kayaking, paddler logistics and kayak rental. The experienced instructors are able to take people with absolutely no experience.