Travel Blogs from Livingstone
... by letting us tourists come and visit the lion cubs when they are less then 18 months old. After 18 months they are no longer exposed to humans.
We arrived to the camp in the bush and walked for about 10 minutes until we came across our cubs waiting for their daily walk. We had two 8 month old boys and a 9 month old girl. And they were GORGEOUS! They were having a laze around in the sun when we found them so we were able to pat them and crouch down right next to ...
... park Boulevard with families of elephants crossing the road. Make sure to slow down a bit as we have a lot of little ones out right now who may not know yet to look both ways before heading across! Luckily the town has installed new speed bumps in the sand, but have yet to be marked so hold on tight! We've just received word that a leopard is grazing the area and was last seen approaching a group of Intrepid tourists coming right up to the truck! ...
... leg and with only 4 weeks left before I leave for Asia I had lost all hope of seeing the rare Rhino. So when I heard of a walking safari in the local but very small Livingstone N.P which has 8 Rhino, I soon signed up. The morning started with the African sunrise I had been dreaming about before coming and which had eluded me until I reached Zambia. The sunrise here are picture perfect, from the burning red first glimpse to the slow change to deep ...
... let the pictures speak for themselves. There are no words to describe this miracle of God.
Before we left on this trip, Connie, Sam, Beth and I wanted to go to the Boma Restaurant for dinner. Abbe was kind enough to confirm reservations for us. We sample kudu, crocodile, impala, guinea fowl, wart hog, and eland. We also ate - and got our certificates as having eaten - "mopane worms". Actually, they weren’t bad. ...
... of Sable, Kudu, Baboons, Elephants, Buffalo, Hippos, Eland, Giraffe, Gazelle, Gemsbok, Zebra, Warthogs, Impala and crocodiles. Lots of Fish Eagles flying around.The wild life is abundant and as there are no natural predators in the park. After riding around for the morning we had lunch at Chobe Marina Lodge and again attacked the pudding!
After lunch we boarded a boat and spent the afternoon cruising the Chobe river and saw a part of the wild life we ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center