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Mukuni Big Five Sanctuary

Mukuni Big Five Sanctuary, as the name suggests, is a wildlife sanctuary which is home to the heavyweights of the wild.

The Sanctuary offers unique walking safaris which give you an opportunity to get closer to elephants, lions and cheetahs. Of course you will be accompanied by trained and experienced guides! The safaris are truly an adrenaline draining experience!

A visit to Livingstone City is incomplete without experiencing the exciting safaris that Mukuni Big Five Sanctuary offers.

Location

Mukuni Big Five Sanctuary is about 13 kilometers from Livingstone City and only some 3.5 kilometers from the mighty Victoria Falls, otherwise known locally as the Mosi-ao-Tunya.

Walking Safaris

At Mukuni Big Five, you are given a rare opportunity to take a stroll with powerful big cats such as the lion, the high-speed cheetah, ride on the back of the African elephant and also interact with the smaller caracal.

Lion Walks

Ever rubbed shoulders with the king of the jungle, the lion? A close encounter with one of the largest members of the cat family is very much possible at Mukuni, where you can take a walk in the bush with young lions yet to learn survival skills in the wild.

Elephant Back Safaris

Enjoy a ride on the back of the largest land animal on earth, the African Elephant. An opportunity to know these mammoth creatures better!

Cheetah Walks

Mukuni Big Five offers walking safaris with Cheetahs, members of the cat family, and one of the fastest land animals in the world.

For More Information

Mukuni Big Five Sanctuary
Plot 133, Mosi-oa-Tunya Road,
Livingstone.
Tel / Fax: (+260 21 3) 322 286
Email: res@mukunibig5.co.zm



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