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  • Livingstone
    Livingstone is more than just a pitstop for Victoria Falls—it's a destination in its own right. The town has an old-world charm that makes you feel like you've stepped back in time. Brush up on your Zambian history at the Livingstone Museum and grab some samosas from a street vendor for the full experience. And if you need some more adventure, it's never too far. Take a sunset cruise down the Zambezi River or go on a safari to learn about the natural wildlife and environment. Then there's Victoria Falls, of course, where you can choose to get soaked at the bottom or venture out to the edge of Devil's Pool.
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  • Lusaka
    Lusaka, the capital and largest city in Zambia, can be a confusing and chaotic place for visitors not familiar with its unplanned neighborhoods and streets. Busy stores and shopping centers line Cairo Road and the surrounding area. Nearby covered markets sell anything from souvenir figurines to spare engine parts. Just south of Lusaka is the Munda Wanga Environmental Park, which features botanic gardens, a wildlife park and sanctuary, picnic areas, swimming pools, and a relaxing terrace bar.
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  • Siavonga
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  • Ndola
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  • Victoria Falls
    In the 1800s, the Kokolo tribe called Victoria Falls "Mosi-oa-Tunya," the smoke that thunders. That's still an apt description for the awe-inspiring waterfall that plummets over basalt cliffs along the Zambian border. Taxis and minibuses regularly run between Livingstone and the falls, which can be seen from bridges along the spray-drenched top or from "The Boiling Pot" at the bottom. Nearby are a Mukuni tribal village and a game park with giraffe, antelope and white rhinos.
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  • Devil's Pool
    Devil's Pool is adjacent to the famous Livingstone Island situated on the edge of the Victoria Falls. Guests can choose to enjoy an exhilarating swim to the edge of the falls during their Livingstone Island visit. The Devil's Pool is usually open between mid-August and mid-January - depending on Zambezi water levels. Livingstone Island tours are accessible through Tongabezi Lodge.
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  • Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
    This protected wildlife reserve is small at 66 square kilometers, but is home to many species of wildlife, including a rare rhino.
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  • Livingstone Museum
    This popular museum contains Zambia’s oldest collection of fascinating samples from the area’s prehistory, as well as photographs, musical instruments and memorabilia belonging to Livingstone, the first white man to view Victoria Falls.
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  • Gorge Swing
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  • Zambezi River
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