Physical Address: Stand 142A, Nakatinda Road, Livingstone, Zambia
Livingstone is named for missionary and explorer David Livingstone. The main street of this quaint colonial town is the important Mosi-oa-Tunya Road, sections of which are lined with classic colonial buildings.
These Victorian tin roofed houses with wooden verandas, many of which are decaying, are a typical example of the English settler architecture. The spectacular Victoria Falls Bridge, which is only about 10km away from Livingstone, was completed in 1905 and settlers moved in to the higher ground at Livingstone to try and escape Malaria.
Zambia Lodges – Place of the elephant, protector spirit of Africa
Set inside the Mosi-Oa Tunya National Park, Zambia, 12.5km from Livingstone, a few kilometres upstream from the famous Victoria Falls, Thorntree River Lodge – known as ‘home of the elephant’ – offers a riveting bush experience with breathtaking views over the Zambezi River.
Thorntree River Lodge – GPS 17.843149, 25.754753
You can reach Livingstone by flying internally from Lusaka on either Zambian Airways and or Proflight. British Airways, Nationwide, SAA and Kulula.com all fly in from Johannesburg direct.
BY ROAD FROM THE NEAREST CBD
The nearest CBD is Livingstone which is situated 12.5km SE of the lodge on the Nakatindi Road. Access from Botswana is via the Kazangula ferry. Acces fron Victoria Falls is across the Victoria Bridge link.