Livingstone Safari Lodge & Campsite

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Travel Blogs from Livingstone

Volunteering in Chainda

A travel blog entry by sophie1992


I had been looking for a volunteer programme to be a part of and travel with but was finding it difficult to be accepted into these programmes because I was only 17 at the time. When I came across a charity that was being run locally by a family friend I couldn't not be a part of it. The Charity was just getting on it's feet at the time - which was …

Mosi-O-Tunya: The Smoke that Thunders

A travel blog entry by nuwan_shali


Today we headed to Livingstone, the former capital of Zambia. There was a sense of excitement in the air as we were about to get our first sighting of Mosi-O-Tunya ("The smoke that thunders") or the mighty Victoria Falls. We were at the campsite by lunch time. We quickly set up our tents, got some lunch and took a taxi to the falls.

Man …

The Great White Adventure

A travel blog entry by dungbeetle2010



From about 20k's out you can see 'The Smoke that Thunders' - the Zambezi River was particularily full, some 3m higher than normal for this time of year - due to the extended rainy season of the Summer. This made for an impressive sight at the Victoria Falls - large clouds of smoking spray bellowed …

Safari Day 6 - Vicictoria Falls & The Aftermath

A travel blog entry by lorivic


... of the Safari and might just be my favourite Waterfall. I could have stayed there the rest of the day but unfortunately we had to go to our last and final camp.

The camp itself is probably the nicest we've stayed in in comparison with the grounds but we're so near the river that there are lots of mosquitos around; I get bitten at least 4 times I'm one afternoon ugh.

After we've set up camp Justin tells us that it's kinda it for ...


A travel blog entry by jesslib

Yesterday I flew to Bulawayo to start my 3 weeks at Chipangali Wildlife Orphanage. Leaving Vic Falls and the friends id made there was definitely sad. Chipangali is very different from lion encounter. In Vic falls we were staying in town and could easily go into town whenever we wanted. Here we are staying 30 minutes outside of Bulawayo in thatch roof cabins in the bush. There's only 3 toilets and 3 showers ...

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