A popular base for visiting Mosi-oa-Tunya (Victoria Falls), Zambia’s smallest national park is the place to track white rhino on foot with Wilderness company.
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Adjacent to the town of Livingstone, Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park protects 12km of the Zambezi River, and is good base for visiting Victoria Falls from the Zambia side. It's the only park in Zambia where white rhinos can be found, and although there are no predators such as lion or hyena, the park has plenty of other wildlife that includes elephant, giraffe, buffalo, hippo, a range of antelope, and prolific birdlife.
Within the park and overlooking islands in the river Toka Leya is a Wilderness property and offers an attractive blend of vehicle, boat and foot activities. The luxurious camp has 12 en-suite safari-style suites, all with expansive decks and river views, and connected to the common area by raised boardwalks.
The main walking activity here is tracking the endangered white rhino and as they are protected by Zambian Department of National Parks and Wildlife scouts they are easily found on foot. Apart from that highlight, there is much else to enjoy on a 2-3 hour walk, especially the birdlife.
The camp is about 12km from the Victoria Falls, so out of walking range, and the falls are visited by vehicle, with the final approach on foot.
- All meals & all local drinks
- Twice daily scheduled camp activities
- Rhino-tracking with the Zambian Department of National Parks and Wildlife
- Park fees
- Guided tour of the Zambian side of The Victoria Falls
- Guided tour of Livingstone town and Livingstone Museum
- Sunset river cruise
- Visit to a local African village plus local curio shops
- Premium imported brands and champagne