Zambezi Elephant Trails practices only positive reinforcement training techniques. Our five adult African Elephants, Madinda, Marula, Liwa, Danny, and Mashumbi each offer two guests an unparalleled viewpoint of the mighty Zambezi River and surrounding bush area of Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park.
Whatever the preferences, be sure to include a visit to Livingstone Reptile Park. Here, guests can view some of Livingstone's most notorious man-eating crocodiles as well as a fascinating collection of Zambia's most dangerous and venomous snakes.
he Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is situated along the upper Zambezi River. It includes the Victoria Falls and stretches for about 12 kilometres up the Zambezi River above the Falls. It is only 66 square kilometres, but there are plans to extend the Park further up river.
Your Sunset Zambezi River Cruise from Livingstone kicks off when you meet your guide at your hotel. Travel to the banks of the Zambezi River and learn about this lengthy waterway that flows through six countries on its way to the Indian Ocean. You’ll board your sightseeing boat and celebrate the evening with a champagne toast.
Victoria Falls vs Livingstone – Other considerations. This may seem obvious but if you are doing a Zimbabwe safari or a Zambia safari, it makes sense from a logistical and cost point of view to stay on the same side as the rest of your safari! The Univisa offers you free entry to both sides of the Victoria Falls.
The Victoria Falls Bridge crosses the Zambezi River just below the Victoria Falls and is built over the Second Gorge of the falls. As the river is the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, the bridge links the two countries and has border posts on the approaches to both ends, at the towns of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe and Livingstone, Zambia
The town of Livingstone, named after David Livingstone - the first European to set eyes on the Victoria Falls and the surrounding area, sits on a sandy plateau in the Southern Province of Zambia. It was established in 1907 and it was actually Zambia's capital in pre-colonial times.