Likute Guest House

62 Likute Way, Livingstone, Zambia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Livingstone

The Amazing Victoria Falls and Livingstone

A travel blog entry by johneklund


... from the British who kept lumping different bits of Southern Africa together like a dodgy jigsaw puzzle with no accord for local wants and needs. They did eventually listen to local wishes through a referendum splitting Zambia, Zimbabwe and Malawi from each other as they were originally all in Northern Rhodesia. More recent Zambian history involves the creation of a single party state after the first president dissolved all opposition parties (a ...

Into the Smoke That Thunders

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne


... t really do the math in my head, but it didn't seem to add up numbers-wise. My bus ride on Mazhandu Family Bus started off with a little Zambian bible thumping, with a pastor explaining to me, in both Chewa and English, how God would be protecting us during our journey to Livingstone and asking me to carefully read over some religious pamphlets published right there in good ol' Columbus, Ohio, just a 7,000 mile hop, skip and a jump away from Lusaka! The ride was ...

Back "in action" with On Call Africa

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


... drive all the way back to Livingstone minus a clutch in third gear. It was particularly comical passing through the police check point while trying not to stop or stall. Pat was kangarooing along while we all smiled and waved like mad people at a very confused looking police man.

Things then went from bad to worse. We came home one day to find Lonnie unconscious and extremely unwell. In the UK we take our emergency services ...

Zambia - Livingstone & Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... with the rafting we wanted to do some sightseeing in the city, so the first thing to do was to go to the Livingstone Museum. It was by far the best African museum we had seen so far. It had a few different expositions and was really nicely set up. Some of the expositions included Livingstone’s life, Zambian history, flora and fauna and beginning of mankind. At the end of the day we went to our hostel and tried to relax a little bit.

Day 2: December 11, 2013


A travel blog entry by teamjenkins


... below the falls (carved out between different layers of sedimentary and igneous rock by the mighty Zambezi). It is the dry season, which means that the falls are very empty (very little water on the Zambian side) but the bonus is that the rapids are at their best for white-water rafting (when the water is higher they get washed-out). There are officially 25 rapids, but many of them have rapid a, b or c so it is non-stop. It was terrifying. We flipped twice and were ...


This hotel, located on 62 Likute Way, Livingstone, is near Livingstone Museum and Abseil Zambia.
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