Livingstone Island visits
A Livingstone Island visit begins with a thrilling ride through
the channels of the Zambezi in twin-engine boats. During the guided
exploration of the island you will learn about its long history,
from ancient times, when it was a sacrificial site, to the present
day, as a protected World Heritage Site. During this exploration of
Livingstone Island, which was named in honour of the famous
explorer, the churning mass of water rushes past before its
headlong flight into the deep chasm below. Those who are feeling
brave can even take a heart-stopping peek over the island's edge.
After the tour, relax and enjoy refreshments under the shade of our
canopied dining area with a view of the Falls that is quite unique.
Those keen on a swimming experience unlike any other can even brave
the waters of this mighty river in the island's very own bathing
pool, which forms each year amongst the rocks along the edge of the
Falls. The activity encompasses three morning visits of one and a
half hours each (giving about one hour fifteen minutes on the
island). Five trips are offered daily with a maximum of 12 people
per trip. Included: Tea and coffee, soft drinks and light snacks,
return transfer from Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma, Livingstone
Island walk, drinks on arrival, Falls entry and park fees.
Excluded: Snacks and beverages not stipulated, gratuities, items of
Morning visits: $75 per person
Afternoon visit: $130 per person