AboutToka Leya Camp
Toka Leya is set on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River overlooking several islands. A offers guests complete feel of relaxation whilst in Livingstone, home of theWorld Heritage site of Victoria Falls.Enquire now
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Toka Leya has most dramatic setting overlooking the islands on the Zambezi River. The camp offers complete relaxation in the heart of the activity hub of Livingstone, home of the Victoria Falls.
Activities to be enjoy include serenading river cruises, a quick drive or rhino tracking in nearby Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, spa or gym experience at the camp and of course exploring the majestic Victoria Falls. There is an endless list of adrenalin activities for the young at heart to chose from too.
Guests are accommodated in 12 spacious, en suite safari-style tents with expansive decks. The main area houses a dining, bar and lounge area plus a relaxing infinity pool, a sundeck and a traditional fire pit for end of day gatherings.
Take a tour of the iconic Victoria Falls on the Zambian side.
Day game drives into the Mosi oa Tunya National Park.
Enjoy a serene sunrise or sunset cruise with sighting of elephants, hippos, crocodiles plus abundance of bird life.
A chance to track the endangered rhino with experts leading you.
On a catch and release policy.
Enjoy a variety of spa treatments to help ease off pre or post safari pressures.
A village, school or market visit to interact with the local community and gain more insight into their way of life.
Livingstone is known as home of the Victoria Falls but also offer some game viewing opportunities from Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. The park has a lot of antelope species, elephant, zebra, buffalo and perhaps what most are keen to see is the white rhino, and a pack of wild dogs.
The rhino were reintroduced in 1994 and are a major highlight as rhino in Zambia is only seen in one other place, North Luangwa. The guide walks offer the best chance to site the rhino as opposed to game drives.
The beauty of Livingstone is that you can see game even from the Zambezi River – elephants are a common site. There are many bird species as well and the most commonly see are kingfishers, African skimmers, and swallows.