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

    Hey, We found the Falls. Bout time.

    A travel blog entry by tpuckett on Jun 25, 2015

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... a bend and could not be seen. The view was amazing and it was a lucky choice. The boys had fish and chips and Julie and I had a pork pita which was so delicious, we felt sorry for them and split them with the boys for half their fish which was also good. From here you could also do lots of gorge activities like a bungee swing, a flying fox where you do like Catnis in Divergent but not near as exciting, a canopy zip tour and something I have never seen. There were ...

    Vic Falls in Zambia and Livingstone Island Lunch

    A travel blog entry by larryrox2 on Jun 14, 2015

    14 photos

    ... us through the tall grass and "sucking" mud (thus why we were barefoot) over to the first section of rocks and mud near the edge of the falls. Alex cautioned us again to follow in this footsteps and stay together. We joined hands and walked to within 6 foot of the edge of Main Falls. As couples, the guides slowly took us to the edge of the falls, took our cameras, and took pictures of us. The view was absolutely amazing watching the rainbows intensify and ...

    Livingstone to London: Part I

    A travel blog entry by jjelenko on May 28, 2015


    ... tomorrow at 2:30pm local time. Malarone Dream Highlights: Episode 4 Today I was an officer from the Great Animal-Human War that had just finished. I was third in command, and was tasked with taking all the human prisoners of war back to the human safe house. This presented a problem since it was common knowledge that no humans ever respected the third ranking officer. My job was to look for two things: 1) Animals dressed up as humans, effectively acting as moles......... and ...

    The "A" Team's Final Assembly

    A travel blog entry by jjelenko on May 24, 2015

    1 comment

    Rolling power outages likey due to Africa Freedom Day coming up - long weekend so grid is overtaxed Janine's Story: Today was a time for reflection with the team in an outdoor meeting space under a huge tree....I am really going to miss the incredible scenery of Zambia. We met with the intent to try and absorb the experience we had over the last three weeks, thinking about what can be done in the future of community development work and global health and what is transferable that ...

    Our Very Last Day - and it did not disappoint!

    A travel blog entry by craigandclare on Mar 31, 2015


    ... this wonder of the natural world.

    As we started walking around we quickly realised the need for the rain coats. There was light drizzle and the ladies quickly had their large umbrellas up. Well, when we hit viewing platform 10 the 'rain' or spray falling from the sky was torrential! We were completely saturated even with our raincoats. We could not even see the falls. The others were determined to get to the end but we had already been there and done ...