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Physical Address:

Riverside Drive, Off Sichango Road, Livingstone, Zambia

Postal Address:

P.O.Box 60052, Livingstone, Zambia

Phone:  +260 21 332 4601
Phone (Int):  +260 21 332 4601
Fax:  +260 213 234615
Email:  keithr@threecities.co.za

General Manager:

Keith Rissik: keithr@threecities.co.za

Region: Livingstone, Zambia
Physical Address:  Riverside Drive, Off Sichango Road, Livingstone, Zambia


Bird and Game Drives (instead of Big Four/ Game) – Mosi Oa Tunya National Park is a small wildlife sanctuary on the banks of the Zambezi, a few kilometers from the David Livingstone Safari Lodge. It protects 5 white rhino (probably the only remaining white rhino in Zambia), plus various Antelope, Buffalo, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Zebra and Elephants. The riverine vegetation is beautiful and there are stunning views across the Zambezi Rive

Guided Tours to the Victoria Falls - On this amazing tour you can experience a breathtaking view and hear the thunderous sounds of The Victoria Falls. Undergo a heart stopping experience at this natural wonder of the world, a World Heritage Listed site.

Livingstone Museum – this famous museum has four galleries: Prehistory (archaeology), Ethnography and Art, History and Natural History. There is an interesting collection of David Livingstone’s belongings and descriptions of his routes. Entry is nominal and is open to the public from 8h30 to 16h30 every day except Christmas and New Year.

Maramba Cultural Museum – This village was established to preserve the arts, crafts and culture of Zambia. Around the inside of these dwellings sit blacksmiths whose helpers fan the fires with traditional bellows, wood carvers and mask makers with their adzes and potters and other craftsmen plying their trade as it has been done for centuries.

Railway Museum -  Open to the public from 8h30 to 16h30 for a nominal fee, the museum holds some of the finest examples of Zambia’s railway heritage ranging from very historic steam locomotives and vintage coaches to the tiniest railway memorabilia.