3 days Livingstone city and Victoria Falls safari in Zambia is a 2-night, 3-day vacation includes wildlife viewing in Musi oa Tunya National Park, a sunset cruise down the Zambezi River, and sightseeing in the city. Those with little free time can take a quick tour of Zambia thanks to this excursion. Livingstone may be found in Zambia’s Southern Province, which borders Zimbabwe. The city has developed into a popular travel destination for tourists from all over the world thanks to its proximity to the Zambezi River and Victoria Falls. The Kololo tribe referred to it as “Mosi-oa-Tunya” or “The smoke that thunders,” and it was named after David Livingstone, the first European to investigate the region. Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, to use more recent terminology. The town is a typical African town with a bustling appeal, but having retained much of its colonial flavor.
Arrive in Livingstone, and then check in at a predetermined lodge or hotel. Visit the following locations as part of your city tour of Livingstone: the well-known Maramba market, a bustling, colorful market where most locals go to shop; the reptile farm; the Livingstone Museum and Railway Museum; contemporary shopping malls; and the Chief Mukuni Village Tour, the Leya people’s ancestral home. You can also learn more about Livingstone’s history at these locations. Talk to the locals and experience life in an African village for yourself.
Settling for breakfast, go to Victoria Falls, one of the seven wonders of the world, then exploring Musi oa Tunya National Park in the afternoon for fantastic wild game viewing. Go back to the lodge to unwind and spend the night.
Enjoy a leisurely morning with breakfast at the lodge or hotel, short strolls around the lodge, and a wonderful sunset cruise on the Zambezi River in the afternoon. You will be driven to the airport or to your booked hotel in Livingstone.
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