A peaceful morning in 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.
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.