Taita Falcon Lodge

Address: Batoka Gorge, Livingstone, 10101, Zambia | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on Batoka Gorge, Livingstone, is near Livingstone Museum and Abseil Zambia.
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      Travel Blogs from Livingstone

      Rough Life....

      A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Apr 10, 2015

      1 comment, 33 photos

      ... tent with 2 rolls of new t.p and some green towel. I left you alone for 3mins!!! :) She locked me in the tent and went to enjoy wifi with her Tom. Day 3 is super super lazy day. Breakfast after a cold shower (thanks Kendy) and a visit to a Croc Park! Amazing!!! Not sure how the tour company can charge $40USD for it. We paid about $10 and a bike ride. It was so amazing to see a Man-Eater 70yr Croc! they are so quiet in the water and not a single ...

      Mosi-Oa-Tunya

      A travel blog entry by tamz.dinks.10 on Mar 14, 2015

      16 photos

      ... I flipped it over my head, and poured the puddle of pooled icy water straight down my back.

      How stupid indeed.

      The awesomeness that is the falls can be viewed from all four angles. We had just walked on the right side, facing the torrent of water head on. Also available, but alas out of budget, is a trip to Livingston island where you can swim on the left side, overlooking the 1000 meter drop, and a ...

      Zim and Zam

      A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Feb 03, 2015

      46 photos

      ... From Bulawayo I was off to Masvingo to visit the Great Zimbabwe ruins. It was pretty easy hitching in Zimbabwe, as long as you through the driver a few dollars. Around the 11th to 17th century there was an empire that started in central Zimbabwe (where the country gets it name) and there are some ruins left over. While I wanted to really appreciate it for what it was, the reality is after awhile some monuments just don't match up to others. To paraphrase Karl Pinkerton, it ...

      Day 65- White waster rafting on the Zambezi

      A travel blog entry by sn_travels_2014 on Dec 01, 2014

      8 comments

      ... were huge and we managed to get some great videos on the gopro until it ran out. After about rapid 8 we had to get out and walk to the next one and miss one out as it was a grade 6+ and hadn't been in use since the 80's. We had to hop back into the boat, Trevor jumped into the boat and his ankle went under him, he didn't say much but that he'd buggered his ankle. I looked and his right foot had basically shifted and was turned inwards, he'd managed ...

      Day 97: Antbeaters

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 08, 2014

      1 photo

      Andy: An early start today preceded a boat ride through the Okavango Delta. So called because the first few attempts at creating the Okavango, Alpha Beta and Gamma, had all failed through reasons as unbelievable as all the resident Anteaters protesting and going on hunger strike. No one wants too many ants running wild and knowing this, those clever nosy fellows made sure all their demands were met before the Okavango was ...