General

Victoria Falls Romantic Safari is a deluxe African romantic vacation in Zambia. The Victoria Falls Romantic safari in Zambia takes couples on a romantic journey. You’ll be on an exclusive private hideaway on the banks of the Zambezi River. You’ll celebrate the natural majesty of the Zambezi River. You’ll also have the mystical Victoria Falls in an ambience of pure romance. You will be accommodated in an open-fronted cottage. You’ll enjoy the tranquility of two exquisite Zambia safari lodges. You’ll stroll along to the thundering echo of the Victoria Falls. This is as you relish under the refreshing showers of this natural phenomenon. You’ll have time to explore the historical town of Livingstone.  This will give you a reason to fall in love with Zambia. The same reasons that the famous explorer, David Livingstone fell in love here too.

Day 1 – 2: Livingstone

Our rep will meet you at Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport. You will receive a briefing on this Victoria Falls Romantic Safari. This will be followed by a road transfer from the airport. Your destination is the beautiful Tongabezi Safari Lodge in Livingstone. This Zambia safari lodge is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River. This is the most ideal position for water-based excursions. You’ll explore the waters from an intimate two-seater canoe. You can also create everlasting memories on a sunrise or sunset cruise. You will enjoy game drives and guided bush walks. This will be to the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. This enables you to encounter the free-roaming wildlife. For culture, visits to Mukuni Park, Simonga Village and the Marambe Market will do. This gives you an opportunity for cultural interactions with the locals. Livingstone is the base for historical excursions. The town has many museums and the colonial architecture.  This will be a walk in history that reminds you of a charming journey to a bygone era. After a day out, return to your tidies suite for relaxation. All your meals will be at this Zambia safari lodge.

Day 3 – 4: Zambezi River

Your Victoria Falls Romantic Safari in Zambia will start with breakfast. This is to be followed by a road transfer. Your Victoria Falls Romantic Safari destination is Sindabezi Island. You will set camp here for the next 2 nights. From this Zambezi River lodge you have views of the Zambezi and its wildlife. This is from the comfort of your open-sided Honeymoon Chalet. You’ll have a stroll along the boundaries of the Victoria Falls. This is to add a touch of magic to your Victoria Falls Romantic Safari in Zambia. You’ll enjoy an afternoon cruise on the Zambezi. This will adorn your memories with a spectacular sunset. Your Victoria Falls Romantic Safari will also encounter Zambia’s wildlife. This is during game drives and walking safaris. Your Victoria Falls Romantic Safari will visit the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. Here you’ve got free-roaming animals include wildebeest, impala, and elephant.

The evenings will be spent on relaxation. There will be optional pamper sessions offered at the on-site spa. A special couple’s spa treatment will rejuvenate you and your loved one before dinner. Spend your evenings indulging in fine cuisine during a private riverside dining. You can experience romance at its best as you float along the waters of the Zambezi. This is optional and on a floating sampan candlelit dinner.

Day 5: Livingstone

Your Victoria Falls Romantic Safari in Zambia will start early. You’ll be woken up to the sounds of the abundant birdlife. This is to prepare for breakfast and departure. Finalize your Victoria Falls Romantic Safari with a transfer. You’ll be dropped off at Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport. This is in time for your departure flight.

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Livingstone

LivingstoneLivingstone was named after the famous Victorian missionary explorer, Dr David Livingstone. He explored this area extensively, Livingstone Town was established in 1905. As a major European settlement, being close to the Zambezi River crossing over to Southern Rhodesia, the town was made the capital of Northern Rhodesia in 1911. As the capital, it enjoyed Read moreRead more

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