Protea Hotel Livingstone

Address: Plot 2110 Mosi-o-Tunya Road, Livingstone, Zambia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Plot 2110 Mosi-o-Tunya Road, Livingstone, is near Livingstone Museum and Abseil Zambia.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsProtea Hotel Livingstone

      Reviewed by helguth

      Great place to stay.

      Reviewed Jul 15, 2014
      by (10 reviews) , Norway Flag of Norway

      Very serviceminded staff. Great place to stay near the falls. Value for money.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Protea Hotel Livingstone

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Livingstone

      Verdens største fossefall

      A travel blog entry by helguth on Jul 15, 2014

      46 photos

      Tirsdag 15. juliSto opp kl 0400 og var på flyplass 0500 for å ta fly klokka 0610 til Zambia. Var fremme i Livingstone ca kl 1330. Merker her at vi er i det virkelige Afrika. De hvite mennene du ser her er kun turister. På flyplassen ble vi «adoptert» av en hyggelig drosjesjåfør som vi «kjøpte» - Vi ble kjørt til hotellet og han hentet oss på …

      Victoria Falls

      A travel blog entry by n6tk on Feb 05, 2015

      4 comments, 4 photos

      Victoria Falls is the seventh wonder of the world. I think it should at least be number six, ahead of that squitty little volcano in Mexico. I mean, it's huge, mesmerizing and really wet. If you walk above the falls, the Zambezi is very wide, over a kilometre, and only about knee deep. Which means anyone without a brain wades out to one of the many islets close to shore and just fifty or sixty metres above the edge. I guess you'd have to be an ...

      Day 99: Returning to humanity

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 10, 2014

      1 photo

      ... morning we packed up camp and sadly farewelled the Okavango as our polers poled us out of the delta to our awaiting truck. Then back to camp and back to another massive Botswanan storm. It was pretty cool, but frantic running around shutting all the tents and putting everything away. This one hit us quick. Then it was a quiet afternoon spent catching up on the diary and using the African internet followed by some more sleep ...

      At the Falls at last

      A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Nov 08, 2014

      75 photos

      ... exiled a report was commissioned into his suitability to lead his country and the recommendation was that he was ideally suited to the role. This report was not released for 30 years.
      I think this is a wonderful story because it has a happy ending. Sir Seretse Kharma (as he became after being knighted by the Queen) built the foundation for a very peaceful, settled nation. He established anti-corruption legislation from the start, created tax systems that allowed company's ...

      A broken country

      A travel blog entry by davidpower on Nov 03, 2014

      12 photos

      ... paths that go to town or to the Falls.

      The cleaner just talks, doesn't try to sell us anything and seems to have no angle. After about 30 minutes he asks if we would like to see a steam train, which of course we do.

      We walk up the rail line a couple of kilometres and then into an ancient shunting yard where a massive derelict and forgotten steam engine sits cold but baking in the sun, with a dozen ancient and decrepit carriages.

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