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TravelPod Member ReviewsTongabezi Lodge Livingstone
Billed as one of the world's best honeymoon hotels, this one lives up to its reputation. Situated on the shores of the Zambezi River, this hotel is truly idyllic.
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... from the gorge, and then over to the edge. It was a pretty cool mechanism to watch through the large hole cut into the roof. On the ride back to the Waterfront Lodge, great place by the way, I got to sit with one of the guides. We passed his village of about a hundred people with a small collection of goats and grass/wood huts and he pointed out his dad to me and we all waved. It was kind of neat to watch it all unfold. Supper was waiting for us at the lodge where they put all ...
Well we found the falls. We booked a tour to take us out to the Devils Pool. This is a small rock formation at the top of the falls where you can swim. We took a boat ride out to Livingstone Island and checked out the falls from the top. Forget about safety fences here. We then got to edge where we had a short swim across to ...
... She has asked us to relay the message on to our friends back home that she is very grateful for everyone generosity. She feels very blessed. This weekend we decided to go river rafting. I'm starting to think we are really testing fate with all the thrilling activities. It was awesome. We rafted 20 miles down the Zambezi River and over 25 Rapids. The Zambezi river runs right down the middle of Zambia and Zimbabwe so it was cool to have one country on the right and another on the ...
... an hour or so I guess. The time seemed to go too fast. But the older kids then had to come in for the afternoon classes, which were end of term tests. The little ones ran out into the dust, all carrying their little white pictures.
One of the funny parts was asking them to write their names on the bottom right hand side of the page, right in the beginning. I showed them on the board. Writing ‘Brent’ on the bottom right side of the box. ...
Our second day started in Livingstone with introductions – our private maid and personal butler were both at our disposal. Does this place get any better? Home will just never seem the same again!!!
This morning was to be the main attraction that tourists from all over the world come to see – the Victoria Falls. Located on the Zambezi River, the falls define the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and both countries ...