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Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel: Our most recommended tours and activities

Victoria Falls: Big 5 Night Rhino Game Drive + Bush Dinner

1. Victoria Falls: Big 5 Night Rhino Game Drive + Bush Dinner

Experience the best and unique game viewing opportunities done during the night at the Stanley & Livingstone private Game Reserve. You will then enjoy a 3 Course Dinner in the bush. The park hosts Africa’s big 5 animals and a lot of noctunal animals. The the night game drives, led by expert Field Guides, take you into a wilderness where the abundance of wildlife is king. Traversing its basalt plains, open grasslands and teak forests to meet the shores of the Masuwe River, You will encounter a great diversity of animals. This includes [On a good day and also depending on the animal movements and season] can see all of the Big Five, with a healthy population of the extremely rare and endangered black rhino. You will be picked from your lodge and transfer to the park for your night game viewing, Dinner will be served during your tour. Once done with the drive, you will be dropped at your hotel.

Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

2. Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

Explore the famous Victoria Falls National Park and Bridge on a walking tour run by enthusiastic locals. Enjoy contact with Zimbabwean and Zambian bush and wildlife, a local art market and museum, and an eye-opening gorge on this unique opportunity to visit the Southern African wilderness. Begin the tour at our town office. From there, walk about 15 minutes with a local guide, who navigates a path through the African bush. Enjoy this opportunity to encounter wildlife such as impalas, warthogs, and baboons under the careful supervision of the tour guide. Next, admire local artistry at the Victoria Falls Craft Markets, where local artists sculpt works that symbolize African wildlife such as elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes. Made from natural materials like fibers, wood, clay, and stone, take this opportunity to get a keepsake. After passing the crafts market, cross the Zambian border post and continue walking for about 10 minutes and listen to the impressive, thunder-like crashing of the falls. Then stroll across the Victoria Falls Bridge, learn of its stunning history and experience the breathtaking views of parts of the Zimbabwean and Zambian Falls (no $50 entrance fee), the gorge and Zambezi River. Our tour also includes a stop at small museum site and admire a small-scale model of the bridge along with historic photos and documentation from the time it was built. Then head back over the border, check out the wildlife once again, and finish where the tour started.

From Victoria Falls: Views of Falls and Bridge Tour

3. From Victoria Falls: Views of Falls and Bridge Tour

Explore the famous Victoria Falls National Park and Bridge on a walking tour run by enthusiastic locals. Enjoy contact with Zimbabwean and Zambian bush and wildlife, a local art market and museum, and an eye-opening gorge on this unique opportunity to visit the Southern African wilderness. Begin the tour at our town office. From there, walk about 15 minutes with a local guide, who navigates a path through the African bush. Enjoy this opportunity to encounter wildlife such as impalas, warthogs, and baboons under the careful supervision of the tour guide. Next, admire local artistry at the Victoria Falls Craft Markets, where local artists sculpt works that symbolize African wildlife such as elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes. Made from natural materials like fibers, wood, clay, and stone, take this opportunity to get a keepsake. After passing the crafts market, cross the Zambian border post and continue walking for about 10 minutes and listen to the impressive, thunder-like crashing of the falls. Then stroll across the Victoria Falls Bridge, learn of its stunning history and experience the breathtaking views of parts of the Zimbabwean and Zambian Falls (no $50 entrance fee), the gorge and Zambezi River. Our tour also includes a stop at small museum site and admire a small-scale model of the bridge along with historic photos and documentation from the time it was built. Then head back over the border, check out the wildlife once again, and finish where the tour started.

Victoria Falls: 3 Hour Safari Drive

4. Victoria Falls: 3 Hour Safari Drive

Explore the vast genuine wilderness of the Zambezi National Park in Zimbabwe which has two main game-viewing sections and thus the Zambezi (National Park) River Game Drive, with an extensive network of roads along the river accessed through the main gate of the Park, The roads are in reasonable condition, but please note that they do close the park after heavy rains. . Savannah Adventures leaves 30 minutes before all other Safari companies in Victoria Falls. Why? We want to offer our guests the opportunity to be there first before all others get there, and this way have a chance to see more wildlife. Zambezi National Park together with Victoria Falls National Park cover an area of 56,000 hectares. Using an open four-wheel-drive vehicle, the game drive allows the guests to discover many interpretations of the bush and all its inhabitants, related to them by our suitable trained and qualified guides. When we reach the national park entrance , the guide will handle the formalities and do the official briefing once inside the park. After the briefing, we continue with our drive and a wide variety of larger mammals may be found within the Zambezi National Park including elephants, lions buffalo and leopard. In addition, herds of different antelopes and different species of game can be viewed. However the park is not a fenced area as the animals are always on the move meaning to say its all about being at the right place , at the right time. Its not a Zoo but a game of luck. The Zambezi river is also home to over is 75 species of fish and is famous for its bream and tiger fish As we continue with the drive, upstream along the Zambezi River Drive, there are 25 numbered sites where we will use one of these sites to take a break, have a light snack and stretch our legs after a long drive. The morning safari sets off at 0600hrs and a light breakfast of muffins, fruits, hard boiled eggs, tea/coffee and mineral waters are served. The afternoon safari departs at 1500hrs and soft drinks, beer, mineral waters and a snack platter are offered. These sites are attractively situated on the banks of the river and sheltered beneath the beautiful shady trees like the Natal Mahogany. Our game drives last between three and four hours in duration. Please kindly note that our rainy season is from November to April and that the weather patterns can directly influence game viewing opportunities. Heavy rains could result in bad road conditions and cause the wildlife to disperse.

Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

5. Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

Explore the famous Victoria Falls National Park and Bridge on a walking tour run by enthusiastic locals. Enjoy contact with Zimbabwean and Zambian bush and wildlife, a local art market and museum, and an eye-opening gorge on this unique opportunity to visit the Southern African wilderness. Begin the tour at our town office. From there, walk about 15 minutes with a local guide, who navigates a path through the African bush. Enjoy this opportunity to encounter wildlife such as impalas, warthogs, and baboons under the careful supervision of the tour guide. Next, admire local artistry at the Victoria Falls Craft Markets, where local artists sculpt works that symbolize African wildlife such as elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes. Made from natural materials like fibers, wood, clay, and stone, take this opportunity to get a keepsake. After passing the crafts market, cross the Zambian border post and continue walking for about 10 minutes and listen to the impressive, thunder-like crashing of the falls. Then stroll across the Victoria Falls Bridge, learn of its stunning history and experience the breathtaking views of parts of the Zimbabwean and Zambian Falls (no $50 entrance fee), the gorge and Zambezi River. Our tour also includes a stop at small museum site and admire a small-scale model of the bridge along with historic photos and documentation from the time it was built. Then head back over the border, check out the wildlife once again, and finish where the tour started.

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Stanley & Livingstone Boutique Hotel: Our most recommended tours and activities

Victoria Falls: Big 5 Night Rhino Game Drive + Bush Dinner

Victoria Falls: Big 5 Night Rhino Game Drive + Bush Dinner

Experience the best and unique game viewing opportunities done during the night at the Stanley & Livingstone private Game Reserve. You will then enjoy a 3 Course Dinner in the bush. The park hosts Africa’s big 5 animals and a lot of noctunal animals. The the night game drives, led by expert Field Guides, take you into a wilderness where the abundance of wildlife is king. Traversing its basalt plains, open grasslands and teak forests to meet the shores of the Masuwe River, You will encounter a great diversity of animals. This includes [On a good day and also depending on the animal movements and season] can see all of the Big Five, with a healthy population of the extremely rare and endangered black rhino. You will be picked from your lodge and transfer to the park for your night game viewing, Dinner will be served during your tour. Once done with the drive, you will be dropped at your hotel.

Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

Explore the famous Victoria Falls National Park and Bridge on a walking tour run by enthusiastic locals. Enjoy contact with Zimbabwean and Zambian bush and wildlife, a local art market and museum, and an eye-opening gorge on this unique opportunity to visit the Southern African wilderness. Begin the tour at our town office. From there, walk about 15 minutes with a local guide, who navigates a path through the African bush. Enjoy this opportunity to encounter wildlife such as impalas, warthogs, and baboons under the careful supervision of the tour guide. Next, admire local artistry at the Victoria Falls Craft Markets, where local artists sculpt works that symbolize African wildlife such as elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes. Made from natural materials like fibers, wood, clay, and stone, take this opportunity to get a keepsake. After passing the crafts market, cross the Zambian border post and continue walking for about 10 minutes and listen to the impressive, thunder-like crashing of the falls. Then stroll across the Victoria Falls Bridge, learn of its stunning history and experience the breathtaking views of parts of the Zimbabwean and Zambian Falls (no $50 entrance fee), the gorge and Zambezi River. Our tour also includes a stop at small museum site and admire a small-scale model of the bridge along with historic photos and documentation from the time it was built. Then head back over the border, check out the wildlife once again, and finish where the tour started.

From Victoria Falls: Views of Falls and Bridge Tour

From Victoria Falls: Views of Falls and Bridge Tour

Explore the famous Victoria Falls National Park and Bridge on a walking tour run by enthusiastic locals. Enjoy contact with Zimbabwean and Zambian bush and wildlife, a local art market and museum, and an eye-opening gorge on this unique opportunity to visit the Southern African wilderness. Begin the tour at our town office. From there, walk about 15 minutes with a local guide, who navigates a path through the African bush. Enjoy this opportunity to encounter wildlife such as impalas, warthogs, and baboons under the careful supervision of the tour guide. Next, admire local artistry at the Victoria Falls Craft Markets, where local artists sculpt works that symbolize African wildlife such as elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes. Made from natural materials like fibers, wood, clay, and stone, take this opportunity to get a keepsake. After passing the crafts market, cross the Zambian border post and continue walking for about 10 minutes and listen to the impressive, thunder-like crashing of the falls. Then stroll across the Victoria Falls Bridge, learn of its stunning history and experience the breathtaking views of parts of the Zimbabwean and Zambian Falls (no $50 entrance fee), the gorge and Zambezi River. Our tour also includes a stop at small museum site and admire a small-scale model of the bridge along with historic photos and documentation from the time it was built. Then head back over the border, check out the wildlife once again, and finish where the tour started.

Victoria Falls: 3 Hour Safari Drive

Victoria Falls: 3 Hour Safari Drive

Explore the vast genuine wilderness of the Zambezi National Park in Zimbabwe which has two main game-viewing sections and thus the Zambezi (National Park) River Game Drive, with an extensive network of roads along the river accessed through the main gate of the Park, The roads are in reasonable condition, but please note that they do close the park after heavy rains. . Savannah Adventures leaves 30 minutes before all other Safari companies in Victoria Falls. Why? We want to offer our guests the opportunity to be there first before all others get there, and this way have a chance to see more wildlife. Zambezi National Park together with Victoria Falls National Park cover an area of 56,000 hectares. Using an open four-wheel-drive vehicle, the game drive allows the guests to discover many interpretations of the bush and all its inhabitants, related to them by our suitable trained and qualified guides. When we reach the national park entrance , the guide will handle the formalities and do the official briefing once inside the park. After the briefing, we continue with our drive and a wide variety of larger mammals may be found within the Zambezi National Park including elephants, lions buffalo and leopard. In addition, herds of different antelopes and different species of game can be viewed. However the park is not a fenced area as the animals are always on the move meaning to say its all about being at the right place , at the right time. Its not a Zoo but a game of luck. The Zambezi river is also home to over is 75 species of fish and is famous for its bream and tiger fish As we continue with the drive, upstream along the Zambezi River Drive, there are 25 numbered sites where we will use one of these sites to take a break, have a light snack and stretch our legs after a long drive. The morning safari sets off at 0600hrs and a light breakfast of muffins, fruits, hard boiled eggs, tea/coffee and mineral waters are served. The afternoon safari departs at 1500hrs and soft drinks, beer, mineral waters and a snack platter are offered. These sites are attractively situated on the banks of the river and sheltered beneath the beautiful shady trees like the Natal Mahogany. Our game drives last between three and four hours in duration. Please kindly note that our rainy season is from November to April and that the weather patterns can directly influence game viewing opportunities. Heavy rains could result in bad road conditions and cause the wildlife to disperse.

Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

Victoria Falls Bridge : Guided Tour to Bridge, Museum+Cafe

Explore the famous Victoria Falls National Park and Bridge on a walking tour run by enthusiastic locals. Enjoy contact with Zimbabwean and Zambian bush and wildlife, a local art market and museum, and an eye-opening gorge on this unique opportunity to visit the Southern African wilderness. Begin the tour at our town office. From there, walk about 15 minutes with a local guide, who navigates a path through the African bush. Enjoy this opportunity to encounter wildlife such as impalas, warthogs, and baboons under the careful supervision of the tour guide. Next, admire local artistry at the Victoria Falls Craft Markets, where local artists sculpt works that symbolize African wildlife such as elephants, rhinoceroses, and giraffes. Made from natural materials like fibers, wood, clay, and stone, take this opportunity to get a keepsake. After passing the crafts market, cross the Zambian border post and continue walking for about 10 minutes and listen to the impressive, thunder-like crashing of the falls. Then stroll across the Victoria Falls Bridge, learn of its stunning history and experience the breathtaking views of parts of the Zimbabwean and Zambian Falls (no $50 entrance fee), the gorge and Zambezi River. Our tour also includes a stop at small museum site and admire a small-scale model of the bridge along with historic photos and documentation from the time it was built. Then head back over the border, check out the wildlife once again, and finish where the tour started.

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