Livingstone Town
The town is surrounded by the Zambezi National Park and the Mosi oa Tunya National Park, with wildlife in close range. The town is famous from Dr Livingstone exploring adventure ( 1855 ). Livingstone still have an arcitecture style from the colonial time. And it has symbolically been used in many political events. Nelson Mandela and President De Klerk met in Livingstone for negotiations about disbanding the apartheid system in South Africa. A museum from the years of liberation struggle can be found along the major street in Town. A railway museum is in Town, near the railway station. You can go on a daily tour across to Victoria Falls Town, on a classical train, pulled by a steamer. Livingstone has an Interational Airport with daily flights from South Africa. Lots of adventures are organised on both sides of the falls. Just to mention a few White Water Rafting, Flights of the Angles, Bungee Jumping, Canoeing, River Cruise, Game drive, etc. You have to make sure you stay long enough to take part not only in adventures, but also take part in the traditional culture of the people. 

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When to go ?
Victoria Falls Is a year around destination.
September - November:  Hot and Dry ; Average 15°C – 30°C  Easy to spot animals.
November - AprilWarm and wet, high humidity  Animals might not turn up on the usual places for water.
May -
August: Cool and dry ; Average 10°C – 30°C  Easy to spot animals.
In January the water level in
Zambezi begins to raise. And the peak performance of the falls, takes place in mid April.
It is recommended to bring somthing light and warm for the evenings, after a sunny and hot day. Bring also some wet protection for your self and your camera when you enter the tropical area, and the spray. Spray starts building up from January and continues up to May.