Livingstone, Zambia. Beyond the Falls.

With a mix of British architecture, museums, markets and traditional village life existing effortlessly alongside budget hostels and five-star hotels, Livingstone is at the heart of Zambian tourism. Founded in 1905 and named after the renowned Scottish explorer Dr David Livingstone, the city owes its existence primarily to Victoria Falls, or Mosi-oa-Tunya — the Smoke that Thunders, as it is aptly known.

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Choice activities for the Spirited Adventurer

My Insider highlights

Get Your Cultural Fix

Give back as you go — by bicycle

I thought of this quote by Rudyard Kipling as I cycled — The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it.

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Must have souvenir: A necklace with a carved Nyami Nyami — the mythical Zambezi River God with a serpentine body and fish-like head that is believed to bring good luck.

Writer. Earth Advocate. A Conscious Traveller. Consultant in Sustainable Travel Practices. Determined to save a species 🌱 http://theincidentaltourist.com/

Writer. Earth Advocate. A Conscious Traveller. Consultant in Sustainable Travel Practices. Determined to save a species 🌱 http://theincidentaltourist.com/