Thompson's Guest House

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

Delta and falls

A travel blog entry by mark-bowes


... t see many animals apart from a group of elephants.

We headed into the delta the next day to our bush camp. It was a quick speed boat ride and then a traditional canoe ride in. We had a bit of time to kill before our afternoon walking safari so Kate had a go at the punting and we played a few cards. The walk was a bust as we didn't see anything, partly down to the time of year and partly due to our guides.

The next day we were up ...

Day 3/4

A travel blog entry by jesslib


... chobe river that lies between Botswana and Namibia. It was great. We got to see crocs, water monitors, impala, hippos, elephants and a bunch of bird species. The we had lunch and went on a game drive in the afternoon. On the game drive we saw more elephants and impala and also kudo and a giraffe. Unfortunately we didn't get to see any carnivores but it was still worth the ...

Falling for the Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by cassiel

... the bridge to my Zambian guest house to dream of another eventful day not far off!

14 May 2014

I began my day of enjoying the Zambian side by going to Mass at the Catholic Church next to my guest house. It was a passionate service, Mass times are shown on the wall at the side and whether or not you are a Roman Catholic you are likely to enjoy it - St. Theresa's Catholic Church.

I went to the Livingstone Museum, ...

Depart for Livingstone, Zambia and Victoria Falls

A travel blog entry by janehudon


... On the cruise you have the finest vantage point from which to each the Hippo, crocodiles and other animals which come down to the river's edge in the evening. We saw hippos eating in the river, 2 elephants on the bank eating, a small crocodile and a White Egret and an African Sacred Ibis on the cruise. After the cruise we returned to the hotel for a buffet dinner with local entertainment.


April 2014

A travel blog entry by passera


... and moving on and ignore us. You’d think it’s easy to spot an elephant but they’re quiet and blend in with the thick bush. The next morning we get up early to do a sunrise safari. Laying next to the waterhole are 5 rhinos just 20m from us. Only a small electric fence separates us but they don’t seem bothered. The safari is ok and we do see a lion laying next to the fence. The predators are located in a proper fenced area which only safaris can enter. Back at ...


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