The Stanley and Livingstone at Victoria Falls

Ursula Road, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe | Resort
Prices starting from $168.00
 

Travel Blogs from Victoria Falls

Mwandi - Sooka Trek

A travel blog entry by worldchallenge2

4
12

... the Sooka community and they sang songs welcoming us and saying goodbye. We sang some songs for them too, although we weren't quite up to their standard. It was great to be able to experience this and I don't think any of us will ever forget it. We are now back in Mwandi about to have lunch and are starting work on our project again tomorrow :) We are all looking forward to seeing you soon, not long now!! Love Annabelle and team 2 ...

Toto I don't think we are in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by alura

8

... are in another country when you start to see things that are a little bit different. Driving along the road into Vic Falls there is not a lot to see. Low shrubs lineup along the bitumen, red dust covering the ground, random group of cows grazing along side the road... hang on a minute where are the fences...? Nope no fences, the cows just wander around where they please. When there are fences they are no match for a cow who thinks the grass is greener on the other side.

It ...

Unholy Hour

A travel blog entry by regina.hart

20

... armed with a slingshot roams around discouraging the monkeys from this and other naughtiness (like pinching food from tables).

We ended the evening with a grand dinner where we dined on warthog (damn, they're tasty) and watched another group perform Zulu song and dance (amazing voices and athleticism).

First Sightings
Monkey, Vervet
Warthog, Common

Stork, Marabou
Vulture, Hooded
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Water, Rivers, Camping, Customs and Getting Wet

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean

5

... bizarre queuing system and tall customs officials hiding behind dark sunglasses. Under an ever gazing photo of President Bob, long forms were pushed at us for completion and officials gazed at us over the rims of their sunglasses. Eventually a more senior customs official emerged when it was apparent that we would have to pay more for our visas as we were British. Despite the 30C plus temperatures, he wore a huge grey full length woollen trench ...

Travel day to Zambia

A travel blog entry by premiertravel

24

... that they are having a Cold Front and it is unseasonably cold for Zambia. I couldn’t be happier : )

We went back to our rooms, which even with the lights on are incredibly dark. So I crawled into the netting, grabbed my book and immediately fell asleep. It felt like camping in the Adirondacks, cold with warm blankets but with the addition of lion’s roars. I could still hear the lions during the night. ...

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