Three Cities Thorntree River Lodge

Address: Victoria Falls, Zambia | Hotel
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Three Cities Thorntree River Lodge Victoria Falls

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      Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls

      (day 91/121) Rest Day 21 (Victoria Falls) (THURS)

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Apr 09, 2015

      108 photos

      ... fall off - so left those behind on instructions from the organisers and now not only didn't really have enough warm clothes on, I was also now bare footed......
      Not able to take a camera with me so none of my own photos but I did buy a CD of photos - but can't access them on my laptop to share with you as no disc reader in it - will have to wait till I get home. Was a 30 minute flight so spent plenty of time over the Falls and also the surrounding ...

      (day 90/121) Rest Day 20 (Victoria Falls) (WED)

      A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Apr 08, 2015

      3 comments, 38 photos

      ... such as part of the nose/top jaw bone bitten off, a leg missing, toes bitten off or rotted off following injury etc. They open their jaws wide to help regulate their temperature - they can lose lots of heat this way.
      They still spook me after seeing them here - they can move so fast and take you by surprise straight out of water that you can't see them in. The guide kept poking them to show us different aspects of how they behave or their ...

      Transfer to Livingstone and Victoria Falls

      A travel blog entry by gljacobs on Feb 28, 2015

      16 photos

      ... is walking on the plain near some large termite mounds and we are able to get really close (none of these large predators since to be bothered by the vehicles or the people in them as long as you stay seated and arm's in!) We get some great photos as we track the leopard from the vehicle. We then headed back to the camp and the camp manager teased us by saying that they sometimes keep this leopard in hiding until the last minute to ...

      The Smoke That Thunders

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Jan 13, 2015

      28 photos

      ... reserve. Fortunately the weather cooperated and during the twenty minute drive the clouds cleared up and it ended up being a beautiful day!

      When we arrived we went through a quick briefing and then had the chance to meet the elephants as they were brought around to the side of the deck where we were standing. It was so cool to have a chance to interact with them up close, petting them and having our pictures taken before we had the chance to hop on for our ride. ...


      A travel blog entry by cyndy on Nov 20, 2014

      6 photos

      ... cross in front and behind us. A....mazing. They would stop and look straight at us. Their faces have all kinds of neat patterns to them. In the other jeep, Barbara, sitting in the back, was approached by an elephant. The guide kept saying "stay still, do not move, do not talk". They naturally are strong and could easily tip over the jeep. The animal got about 12" away, then turned and walked away. She said "if anyone wondered, Elephants have brown eyes, and it was so close I could ...