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Lusaka is still accessible!

Tracey Campbell - October 7, 2013

British Airways recently announced that they were stopping their direct London Heathrow to Lusaka, Zambia flight – the last flight departs Heathrow on the 25 October. However, this should not deter people from considering going to Zambia for their safari holiday, as you are missing out on a wonderful wildlife experience.  Not to mention the […] Read More


Devil’s Pool – so not for the faint-hearted!

Tracey Campbell - August 14, 2013

Hot off the press – the Devil’s Pool at Livingstone Island, Victoria Falls will be ‘open for business’ from Friday 16th August. The ultimate infinity pool, the Devil’s Pool is a natural pool formation that teeters right on the very edge of the Victoria Falls.  Just a small submerged rock wall below the water surface […] Read More


Emerald Green Time in Zambia

Tracey Campbell - June 27, 2013

Whilst most people will try to avoid travelling anywhere during the rainy season, in Zambia it does have its benefits. Mid-November sees the start of the Zambian rains, and these tend to last until the end of April, with the most rain falling in December, January, February and March.   In particular,  flooding can happen in […] Read More


Devil’s Pool is Open

Tracey Campbell - September 2, 2011

Not for the faint-hearted, true, but if you have always entertained a burning desire to swim close to the edge of the Victoria Falls, then you need to make a trip to Devil’s Pool, a naturally formed pool accessed via Livingstone Island in Zambia. Only attempt this when the river flow is at a safe […] Read More


Direct Flights Kruger to Livingstone – 2 planned extra flights

Tracey Campbell - August 24, 2011

For people wanting to combine Vic Falls with a Kruger safari, there is a service run by SAA that operates directly from Kruger Mpumalanga / Nelspruit (airport code MQP) to Livingstone, which currently operates on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. It has just been announced, however, that a new flight is being planned for Saturdays (commencing […] Read More


Yellow fever deadline now October 1st- Strict new entry rules to South Africa

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Following unnecessary confusion throughout the tourism industry The South African Department of Health have finally informed the South African Society of Travel Medicine (www.sastm.org) as of October 1, all travellers from Zambia will be required to show proof of yellow fever vaccination (unless in possession of a valid waiver certificate). Travellers transiting airports in countries […] Read More


Fantastic Offer at David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa

Tracey Campbell - August 16, 2011

To celebrate the new direct 3 hour flight between Cape Town and Livingstone, this offer includes a 3 night stay at the luxurious David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa, as well as a sunset cruise on the Lady Livingstone, a tour of the Falls on the Livingstone side, return flights from Cape Town to Livingstone, […] Read More


Urgent Notification – Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirements

Tracey Campbell - June 1, 2011

The Yellow Fever vaccination recommendations for Africa have been revised by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Following this revision, the South African Department of Health has issued a statement regarding the requirements for travel between South Africa and Zambia. All passengers travelling from Zambia to South Africa, and vice versa, will now require proof of […] Read More


Cape Town to Vic Falls

Tracey Campbell - May 26, 2011

At last !! Now it is possible to fly directly from Cape Town to Livingstone and Victoria Falls ! Zambezi Airlines have just announced their new direct flights – the planned schedule (due to be launched at the end of June) will be as follows : From 30 Jun 11 until 31 Dec 12, flights […] Read More


Islands of Siankaba = Best of Both Worlds

Tracey Campbell - December 20, 2010

The Islands of Siankaba Lodge is located on 2 untouched islands in the middle of the mighty Zambezi River situated 24 miles from the magnificent Victoria Falls, and just 30 miles from the world famous Chobe National Park. The islands are linked by a suspension bridge leading to an overhead walkway in the tree canopy. […] Read More