On 16 November 1855, David Livingstone first laid eyes on the waterfall that would define his life story, and that of an entire country. Visible from over 30km away, the Kololo people with whom he had travelled downriver called it Mosi-oa-Tunya – the smoke that thunders. As the first European to witness this magnificent site, he decided to name it Victoria Falls in honour of his Queen.
David Livingstone took one last look at the magnificent sight before him, he thought to himself, “This will tell our story". At the Royal Livingstone Hotel on the banks of a river that flows through the soul of our continent, your own African story waits to be told.?
Accommodation; Set in 2-storey clusters, each with 10 air-conditioned rooms, private balcony or terrace with superb views overlooking the Zambezi River. All rooms have TV, radio, mini-bar, safe, telephone and video.
Facilities: Relax by the swimming pool, have a drink on the sun deck with spectacular views of the falls. Take a helicopter trip to the Falls and through the gorges, white water rafting or jet boats down the Zambezi or a day trip to Chobe National Park in Botswana. There is also a casino.
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