Thompson's Guest House

Lusaka Road, Livingstone, Zambia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Livingstone

The Amazing Victoria Falls and Livingstone

A travel blog entry by johneklund


... them and get photos taken. They even tried climbing a tree while we were there and we learned that lions are poor tree climbers (unlike leopards) which was confirmed as the young male cubs struggled to get down from the tree - one even landed on his sister! They looked so sweet and playful that we forgot that if this was the wild and they had not been brought up by humans they would have ripped our heads off!

The afternoon of Day 2 in Livingstone ...

Into the Smoke That Thunders

A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne


... be doing, which is absorbing it awestruck. I think the best way to really describe it is to use the indigenous name for the falls, which means, "The Smoke That Thunders".

Apart from the view, you must also prepare yourself to be thoroughly drenched in waterfall spray. I had heard it's wet, but when you progress down the path and over the bridge, you're completely subsumed in wetness. It's like an upside down torrential downpour that hits you in waves ...

Back "in action" with On Call Africa

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


... plateau, so of course it would have been wrong to visit without ascending the famous Zomba plateau… our case by taxi! Apparently it is a good steep 5 hour hike. So we took the easy option and spent the day at the top of the plateau walking to see waterfalls and enjoying the view. After a very uneventful New Year it was time to head back to Zambia.

After leaving Sophie I very quickly realised that she was my lucky travelling ...

Zambia - Livingstone & Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... you will pop up. After that accident most people in the raft were a little bit nervous about flipping over again so we were trying our best not to repeat it.

The half-day trip finished after we passed through the 11th rapid. Some people of our group got off. In the meantime we had a light lunch (sandwich and juice) to recharge batteries and be able to keep on paddling for the rest of our trip. By this time we were all pretty tired.

We continued the trip in ...

Day 11 - Durban to Livingstone, Zambia

A travel blog entry by kauna


I was up at 4:45 this morning! Yup...4:45 by choice! was my choice to book a 7 AM flight out of Durban, as I needed the early flight to be able to catch a connecting flight to Livingstone, Zambia. Rich delivered me to the airport in Durban at 6 AM, we said our goodbyes, then I flew to Johannesburg. After a two hour layover, I was off to Livingstone, Zambia. I came here in 2011, and loved it. Livingstone is 11 KMS away ...


This hotel, located on Lusaka Road, Livingstone, is near Livingstone Museum and Abseil Zambia.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Thompson's Guest House Livingstone

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding