Livingstone, Zambia

A peaceful morning in Livingstone, Zambia

Livingstone Zambia

When I think of towns and cities in Africa, I don’t often think “peaceful,” but this shot was taken around 8:00 AM, so the town was just starting to wake up and go to work. A city of less than 200,000 people, there are definitely areas that are quiet.

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Livingstone is one of those places that anyone visiting Victoria Falls will probably drive through. Situated on the Zambezi River, the city has embraced safari tourism and even added a number of adventure activities to entice people to stay longer than the one small animal park and falls would normally permit.

While here, we took a safari through the small Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, visited Victoria Falls, and rappelled, took the Flying Fox zipline, and Jim jumped off the Batoka Gorge. Adrenaline rush – check!

Livingstone, Zambia really was a great introduction to southern Africa. Well worth the visit.

Have you been to Zambia? Victoria Falls? The Batoka Gorge? What were your thoughts and impressions?

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