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Devil's Pool

Devil's Pool

One of the most thrilling experiences – not only at the falls but in all of Africa – is the hair-raising journey to Livingstone Island. Here you will bathe in Devil's Pool – nature’s ultimate infinity pool, set...

National Park in Western Zambia

Kafue National Park

Kafue National Park

Covering more than 22,500 sq km (8687 sq mi), this is the largest park in Zambia and one of the biggest in the world. With terrain ranging from the lush riverine forest of the Kafue River to the vast grassland of...

National Park in Livingstone

Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park

This park is divided into two sections: the Victoria Falls area and the wildlife sector. The latter is only 3km southwest of Livingstone, and most famous for its population of white rhino, which you can track on...

Museum in Livingstone

Livingstone Museum

Livingstone Museum

The excellent Livingstone Museum is the oldest, largest and best museum in the country. It's divided into sections covering archaeology, history, ethnography and natural history. Highlights include its collection...

National Park in Western Zambia

Liuwa Plain National Park

Liuwa Plain National Park

About 100km northwest of Mongu near the Angolan border, Liuwa Plain National Park is 3600 sq km of true wilderness. The remote park is characterised by expanses of flat, grassy flood plains, and most famous for...

Wildlife Reserve in Kafue National Park

Elephant Orphanage Project

Set up in 2008 by Game Rangers International (a wildlife conservation NGO), the Elephant Orphanage Project focuses on rescuing injured or orphaned elephants in order to rehabilitate them for re-release. Most of...

Museum in Mongu

Nayuma Museum

This small, dusty museum has some good info on the Lozi people, the litunga (Lozi king) and Kuomboka ceremony. It has various artefacts and cultural exhibits, as well as a large model of the nalikwanda boat used...

Museum in Livingstone

Railway & Gateway Jewish Museum

While there are some beautiful 19th century locomotives to clamber onboard in the Railway Museum, the background information is a bit on the dry side. The Jewish Museum is of more interest, offering an insight to...

Waterfall in Western Zambia

Ngonye Falls

Home to the beautiful and impressive Ngonye Falls, this park would be a major attraction if it wasn’t so difficult to reach. Imagine something almost as majestic as Victoria Falls, but with almost no other person...

Cemetery in Livingstone

Jewish Cemetery

Enter through the gate to wander this small plot of foreign Jewish graves dating from the mid 20th century.

National Park in Western Zambia

Sioma Ngwezi National Park

This undeveloped, very remote and rarely visited 500 sq km national park is one to watch for future developments given its proximity to Livingstone and with plans for the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Park (KAZA)...

Palace in Mongu

Lealui Palace

Lealui village is the site of the main palace of the litunga (king of the Lozi). The palace is a large single-storey Lozi house, built with traditional materials (wood, reeds, mud and thatch); it was being...