Enjoy a Mosi Oa Tunya National Park game drive with the help of our experienced guides you can hope to spot some of Africa’s finest wildlife, including the endangered white rhino, as well as elephant, giraffe, zebra, buffalo and many more.
The Mosi Oa Tunya National Park hugs the banks of the upper Zambezi and is home to some of Africa’s biggest
personalities, such as the white rhino, buffalo, elephant, antelope, as well as a host of bird life.
Our open game-viewing vehicles, driven by our expert guides are the best way in which to encounter these animals in their natural habitat.
Although wildlife sighting cannot be guaranteed, it is a privilege to share a space with these magnificent animals and
absorb the beauty of Africa through an abundance of indigenous flora.
The reserve is eco-aware and focuses on preservation and conservation through non-consumptive activity
Mosi-oa-Tunya means “The Smoke That Thunders“. The Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is an UNESCO World Heritage site.
The National Park covers a relatively small area of 66 km2 from the Songwe Gorge below the Victoria Falls and stretches upstream along the Zambian River bank for about 20 km.
Within the National Park is an old cemetery where the first European settlers were buried. They made camp close to the river, but kept succumbing to a strange and fatal illness.
They originally blamed the yellow/green-barked “fever trees” for this incurable malady. Only later did they discover it was the malarial mosquito causing their demise. Before long the community moved to higher ground and the town of Livingstone emerged