There are 2 options for these trips: Half day and Full day trip. Run by licensed professional Guides this one day safari gives the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic bird life, hippos, crocodiles and, of course, the scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst in the Chobe National Park in Botswana. With some luck, one can also spot a lion, leopard, wild dog and other game. Unless on private safari basis with minimum of 6 people on which the Children have to pay the Adult rate, children under 12 years are not allowed on this safari. We accept children under 2 years only on a private trip basis. Children under 18 years need an unabridged birth certificate to enter Botswana. NOTE: Not all animal sightings are guaranteed
Enjoy a 3 hour drive through the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park situated in Livingstone, Zambia. Spot some of Africa’s finest wildlife, including the endangered white rhino, as well as elephant, giraffe, zebra, buffalo, assorted antelope, warthog, giraffe and many more. The park has over 400 species of wildlife waiting to be spotted - an ideal trip for keen birders and photographers too.
Explore Zambia's diverse culture in this half day tour. We will give you dedicated unsurpassed service with our well-informed guides.
Originally known as the Old Drift, Livingstone owes its existence primarily to the Victoria Falls and was established as a staging point across the Zambezi River. The town is named after Dr. David Livingstone, the first European to see, name and publicise the Falls. The Scottish explorer's journey and first sight of the Falls in 1855 opened up Central Africa to other missionaries, hunters, and traders. Livingstone was founded in 1905 at a safe distance from the then swampy banks of the Zambezi. In 1907 it became the capital of what was known as Northern-Western Rhodesia. In 1911 it became the capital of Northern Rhodesia, what is today called Zambia. In 1935 the capital was moved to Lusaka, but Livingstone retained its "Tourist Capital" status as well as much of its original colonial character. History lovers will find Livingstone alive. Many buildings from the first decade of the centu ry are still in use. It was one of the first white settlements in Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) and for quite a while it was the only urban centre in the territory and the gateway to the north. The town has preserved much of its colonial character, but is a typical African town with an busy charm. Rich in scenery and heritage, Livingstone today has become the tourist heart of Zambia. We welcome you to the city of heritage and culture.
You will have a one to one experience with local guides as you experience some of Livingstone's must see. Visit the Zambian side of the Victoria falls, Maramba market and Livingstone Museum. You will end the trip with a drive through city tour before being transferred back to your hotel.
Blend in Mukuni Village's diverse culture in this half day tour. We will give you dedicated unsurpassed service with our well-informed guides.