The Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is located in the Southern Province of Zambia. The park is along the Zambezi River and it is home of the Victoria Falls, also known as the Mosi-oa-Tunya or ‘the smoke that thunders’ in local language.
A visit to the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is incomplete without seeing the Victoria Falls, one of the natural wonders of the world.
Tourists At The Victoria Falls Knife BridgeMosi-oa-Tunya National Park is an UNESCO World Heritage site. The Park has a statue of the Scottish explorer David Livingstone. It was erected In November 2005. On Livingstone Island, a plaque was also unveiled to mark the spot from where Livingstone first saw the Victoria Falls.
Guests are treated to spectacular views of the Zambezi River from any of the lodge's twelve air-conditioned tree houses. You can have a drink in the bar or cool yourself in the swimming pool. The Lodge offers its guests a variety of body therapies, body rituals and skin care treatments.
There’s a wide range of activities that are offered to make your stay at the Sanctuary a lively and memorable one. These include:
At the Sanctuary Sussi and Chuma, you are guaranteed of the ultimate ‘luxury in the wilderness’ with superb service and expert local guides.
aha The David Livingstone Safari Lodge And Spa is located within the lush surroundings of the Zambezi River bank and offers five star accommodation.
Livingstone Backpackers is in a good location in town centre, close to all activities in Livingstone, very near to shopping mall, close to the museum, main road, shops and markets…
Kafue River Lodge is located on the north bank of the Kafue River, opposite the Kafue National Park. This area is among Zambia’s best wildlife sanctuaries.