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Livingstone National Park: Half-Day Bird Watching Tour

1. Livingstone National Park: Half-Day Bird Watching Tour

Be picked up from your hotel and travel to Livingstone National Park to discover some of Zambia's estimated 750 bird species. With a professional guide, try to spot some of the rarest species of the area, including the Taita falcon, the elusive African Finfoot, the Brown Firefinch, and Schalow`s Turaco. In the wetland and swamp areas, find waterfowl such as herons, storks, ibises, as well as the stately crowned and wattled cranes. If you are lucky, catch a glimpse of Zambia's most sought-after wetland species, the shoebill stork. In drier terrain, learn about the country's only truly endemic bird species, the Chaplin's barbet, with its distinctive red eye patch. Other colorful highlights of birdlife here include Bohm's bee-eater, the racket-tailed roller, and the spotted creeper. After 3 hours in the park, be returned to your hotel or accommodation.

From Livingstone: Victoria Falls Day Trip

2. From Livingstone: Victoria Falls Day Trip

Get picked up from your hotel in Livingstone at 9:00 for a guided tour of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. The transfer takes approximately 45 minutes. Once you reach Victoria Falls, witness one of the greatest shows on earth, the raging waters of the Zambezi River crashing into the Batoka Gorge. Voyage through parts of the Victoria Falls rain forest to the cliffs opposite the massive cascade. From there, you’ll get a fantastic view of the main falls, as your guide reveals interesting facts about the wildlife, geology, and history of this famous African landmark. Get ready to witness the remarkable power of nature and a spectacle that you will remember for a lifetime.  At around 13:00, your local guide will take you to The Lookout Café, where lunch will be provided with a spectacular view. At the restaurant, select your lunch from a tasty à la carte menu as you relax and take in the amazing views. Alcoholic drinks as well as non-alcoholic drinks can be purchased from the well-stocked cash bar. After lunch, make your way to the local craft market. Here, you will be able to view and purchase gifts and souvenirs, such as skillfully carved wooden articles in the form of ornaments, dishes, and bowls, as well as many other attractive and useful objects. See the colorful dyed and painted tablecloths, aprons, cushion covers, and wall hangings. Marvel at life-sized metal sculpted wild animals. There are also smaller painted metal lifelike birds and animals, which are often used as features in gardens. Finally, at about 15:00, make your way back to Livingstone, accompanied by your guide.

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park: Half-Day Guided Nature Walk

3. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park: Half-Day Guided Nature Walk

Explore African bushlands and search for game and birdlife on a 3-hour nature walk in Musi-oa-Tunya National Park. Discover a UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Zambia side of Victoria Falls with a professional guide. Enjoy a nature walk to see a diverse range of animals, including Africa's "Big Five" of  lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo. Also, admire the variety of vegetation and plant life. Start with hotel pickup in Livingstone and travel to Musi-oa-Tunya National Park. Begin a nature walk which is a natural and eco-friendly way of seeing African game. In addition to large game, see other species such as giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, warthogs, primates, and antelopes. Discover a variety of local trees, including teaks, mahoganies, and the mopane and marula trees. During a mid-walk break near the Zambezi River, enjoy some light snacks and observe hippos and ibis along the riverbanks. When your time ends, be returned to your pickup location to end your tour.

From Livingstone: Full or Half Day Canoe Safari

4. From Livingstone: Full or Half Day Canoe Safari

If you’re looking to make the most of your time in Livingstone, look no further. Canoe on the mighty Zambezi River through narrow channels and drift down endless stretches of one of Africa’s most majestic rivers. Throughout your full or half-day canoeing trip, keep your eyes peeled for wild game along the river banks. Elephants, hippo, and buffalo are native to this area, as well as many species of birds. Join your experienced guides to go canoeing above the falls — you won’t encounter any rapids, so prepare for a relaxing and peaceful experience. This tranquil activity combines the exquisite stillness of the Zambezi River with a raw wilderness that is not easy to find in many other Victoria Falls activities.

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What people are saying about Livingstone

This experience was so special because it was made to be unforgettable...Every detail was tailored to the best satisfaction...From the tour guide to the spectacular Falls, to all the activities that were included...But most important was to be treated with the best customer service that you can expect...The experience extended beyond our expectations...We learned more than what we expected...The tour guide included every little detail about nature...From the trees to the flowers to the birds and history...We will always remember...THANK YOU!!!...We highly recommend this tour

Simon was an excellent guide. All the transport from Zambia and back was on time. The Falls were great and the walk through the Rain forest was lovely and Simon was very knowledgeable about the plants animals and insects. The cultural tour was very interesting and informative and made us realise how lucky we were. The High Tea at the Victoria Falls Hotel rounded off a really great day. We loved it.

Booked the sunrise to sunset tour to chobe national park so that I could get in early before the crowd. Got to see zebras on the way. There is no lion in Chobe National park. If you must see, don't choose here. Got to see giraffes, elephants, hippos, impalas and gibbons everywhere! The sunset setting on the river was amazing.

Had a very nice day, everything went smoothly from pick up to drop off. We had Brook for our guide and he was fantastic, very patient and obliging. I might just mention that if you have water with your lunch, you will be charged. There could be water and juice on the buffet table but we didn’t see it.

Super friendly and knowledgeable guides. Loved having the day on land and then the river in the afternoon. Saw some amazing wild game up close.