It’s easy to understand why Livingstone is one of the most visited places in Zambia. It’s home to the thundering Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. And the town, named after the great explorer, David Livingstone, is steeped in history.
But for first-time visitors, it’s not always obvious what there is to do here, which is why I was commissioned to write this piece for the Cheapflights blog, 12 things to do in Livingstone. It covers the myriad activities you can do in an around Victoria Falls (such as white-water rafting, bungee jumping and hiking) as well as the cultural markets, restaurants and Royal Livingstone Express steam train.
If you’re interested in exploring more of my writing about Livingstone, check out these posts on the blog: Natural World Wonder: The Mighty Victoria Falls and Go on, be a dare devil, dive into Devil’s Pool.
Otherwise, to read the piece in full 12 things to do in Livingstone, head over to the article on the Cheapflights website.
12 things to do in Livingstone, Zambia
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