Explore Livingstone

Discover the wonders of Livingstone, Zambia, in just two days with this thrilling itinerary filled with unforgettable experiences:

Microlight Flight:

Embark on a thrilling microlight flight over Livingstone and witness the majestic beauty of the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls from above. Feel the exhilaration as you soar through the sky in a lightweight aircraft, offering unobstructed views of the sprawling landscapes, thundering waterfalls, and abundant wildlife below.

Day Trip to Victoria Falls:

No visit to Livingstone is complete without exploring the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Spend a day marvelling at the sheer power and grandeur of this iconic waterfall as you walk along scenic trails, feel the mist on your face, and capture breathtaking photos of the cascading waters. Don’t forget to visit the various viewpoints, including the Knife Edge Bridge and Devil’s Pool, for panoramic views of the falls and the surrounding gorge. You can also consider staying at Victoria Falls hotels in Livingstone the likes of Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara.

Image via Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara

Fishing in the Zambezi:

Experience the thrill of fishing in the legendary Zambezi River, home to an abundance of freshwater fish species, including tigerfish and bream. Join a guided fishing excursion and cast your line into the river’s pristine waters, surrounded by stunning scenery and wildlife. Whether you’re an experienced angler or a novice fisherman, fishing in the Zambezi offers a rewarding and memorable experience for all.

Chief Makuni Village Tour:

Immerse yourself in the rich culture and traditions of Zambia with a tour of Chief Makuni Village, located just outside of Livingstone. Learn about the customs, daily life, and heritage of the local Toka people as you interact with villagers, visit traditional homes, and participate in cultural activities such as drumming, dancing, and basket weaving. Gain insight into the community’s history, beliefs, and way of life, and leave with a deeper appreciation for Zambia’s cultural diversity.