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White Rose Lodge

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White Rose Lodge

11,545 ViewsWhite Rose Lodge offers accommodations in Livingstone. Free WiFi is provided and free private parking is available on site. All units are air conditioned and have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some units have a sitting and/or dining area. A refrigerator and kettle are also featured. Some units also have a kitchen, fitted […]

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Standard Way Lodge

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Standard Way Lodge

12,402 Views Standard Way Lodge, boasts of exceptional service and unrivaled facilities, the Lodge is ideally located in the heart of Livingstone, making tourist attractions like the Victoria falls, the Mosi-Ao-Tunya National Park and the Big 5 easily accessible. The rooms are tastefully decorated, with comfortable furniture in warm, welcoming colors. Our Bed and Breakfast […]

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548 ViewsZambia is expected to showcase its tourism and trade potential at the forthcoming Spanish International Tourism and Trade Fair (Feria Internacional de Tourismo FITUR) in Madrid, Spain. The Zambian Mission in France working with Zambia Tourism Agency will be exhibiting at this international fair from 17th to 21st January, 2018 as part of the […]

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Mosi-O-Tunya Executive Lodge – Livingstone

12,705 Views Mosi-O-Tunya Executive Lodge, a bed and breakfast lodge is situated in a quiet and peaceful area of Livingstone, the first capital of Zambia and the home of the mighty Victoria Falls, the Mosi-Ao-Tunya National Park and the Big 5. Mosi-O-Tunya Executive Lodge has 16 immaculate, fully air-conditioned en-suite rooms in Double, Twin, Queen […]

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Zuus Lodge & Tours – Your destination in Kalomo

12,565 ViewsZuus Lodge & Tours is premised in Southern Africa in particular Southern province of Zambia in a town called Kalomo. Kalomo is about 120 km from Livingstone (home of the Victoria falls) and about 320 Km from Lusaka (Capital city of Zambia). Kalomo is about 80 Km from the Southern Gate of the Kafue […]

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Two Tourists killed by Elephant in Livingstone

1,749 ViewsTwo Tourists from Belgium and Holland have been killed by an Elephant at a Lodge near Malamba River in the Zambian Tourist capital, Livingstone. A witness has told Zambian Eye that the bizarre incidence happened Saturday afternoon when a woman from Belgium moved near to the elephant to get closeup photos of the Elephant. […]

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Tourists shocked with the state of Sesheke-Livingstone Road

1,519 ViewsSome Tourists are surprised that authorities in Zambia have left the Sesheke-Livingstone Road to be in such a deplorable state. The Sesheke-Livingstone Road is an international route that connects Zambia to Namibia. There is a lot of traffic of tourists from Europe, especially Germans who come to Zambia through this road.  Zambia also receives […]

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Threatened State of Emergency poses a danger to Tourism

1,003 Views A veteran Tour Operator has disclosed that the recently declared threatened public state of emergency has posed a serious threat to the tourism sector. In an open letter availed to Zambian Eye to President Edgar Lungu, Kingsley Lilamono who is also former Chairman for Livingstone Tourism Association says the development has adversely affected […]

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432 ViewsProflight Zambia is supporting this year’s World Tourism Day by bringing people to Africa’s top attractions quickly, safely and affordably. The airline has announced that it is committed to backing tourism and freedom of movement in Zambia by signing up to the theme of this year’s World Tourism Day which is ‘tourism for all […]

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Choma in for a five star hotel – Iris Kaingu

1,387 ViewsA five star Hotel is under construction following the fire that gutted down Kozo Lodge in the area last year.   Oasis Hotels and Spar will invest US$3million in the over 250 bed capacity hotel. Oasis Hotels and Spar Manager Iris Kaingu says the hotel will be constructed in four phases.   Ms Kaingu […]

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