Waterberry Zambezi Lodge

Address: Old Constantia Farm, Livingstone, Zambia | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Livingstone

    The "A" Team's Final Assembly

    A travel blog entry by jjelenko on May 24, 2015

    1 comment

    ... There is so much poverty, so many resources to be desired, and such little help from the government that claims to provide equitable support for "One Zambia, One Nation". The fact is, this is simply not true. Yet, as we have seen time and time again, the Champions of Zambia we have met throughout our journeys just love and care for their own communities so much that they will do whatever they can to serve and progress that group of people. It is truly inspiring. Before I started ...

    Luxury at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge

    A travel blog entry by craigandclare on Mar 29, 2015


    ... seeing the best of what Africa has to offer.

    If you'll indulge us a few more minutes of your time. We have taken great delight in some of the Africans' names. This morning we had a waiter called 'Talent' and from what we can see he lives up to his name. His ability to pour coffee when balancing some breakfast plates was admirable. However a few nights ago we had a waiter called 'Last', that should have been our first clue. As ...

    Chris & a Dip on the Edge of the Falls

    A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Mar 15, 2015

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    ... safe at all times. We returned to the hotel & Noel & Chris had a quick walk along the Falls on the Zambia side while I looked thru the curio shops that I'd like to return to later to do some shopping. There were actually a lot of nice crafts. On the way back to our room, the guard pointed out a baby Green Mambo snake, very poisonous & dangerous & right by the pool! The guard fortunately caught it. We didn't need to eat lunch as I had booked a ...

    On To Zambia

    A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Mar 13, 2015

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    ... across the tarmac, falsely thinking it might be cooler in Victoria Falls. Wrong, it was 34! We were in the lineup for customs & Noel & I stepped right up to the counter, with Chris just behind us & then the nerdy guy sitting in front of me on the plane just stood right behind Chris within inches as though he was with us. Protocol generally is, that you wait behind a line & only go up yo the customs guards as a group or ...

    Zim and Zam

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Feb 03, 2015

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    ... 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 ...

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