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Savannah Southern Safaris

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Livingstone, Zambia
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About Savannah Southern Safaris
Savannah Southern Safaris is your local partner for Walking Safaris, Birding, Town tours, town walks, Community visits and Victoria Falls Tour. We are part of our community and always have our environment and our surroundings in mind. Top quality tours for our guests are our priority, but we try by all means to make tourism beneficial to everyone involved.
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Tours and Tickets by Savannah Southern Safaris

Half-Day Nature Walk in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park from Livingstone

Hike Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park on a guided walking tour that’s an active, environmentally friendly alternative to a traditional safari. Exploring on foot provides a firsthand look at the Zambian landscape, with opportunities to search for native plants, animals, and birds near the edge of the Zambezi River. The park has a remarkable population of white rhinos, but it’s also a great place to see elephants, buffalo, zebras, giraffes, and more.
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3 hours
from $82.06

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3 hours
from $35.90
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Mansi P wrote a review Jan 2020
Ankleshwar, India40 contributions5 helpful votes
Have done this place twice in July 2018 and May 2019 and i total loved the experience.. But off course the Safari Ride in July was better than May 2019 one. Should do this one. Saw some White Rhino too.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Ingrid Meuel wrote a review Dec 2019
Berlin17 contributions4 helpful votes
A very interesting Tour with a lot of experiences. Many Animals and a good Guide. A good taxi Driver to the Border - very punctually!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Barry W wrote a review Oct 2019
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My trip was just the best 1 day safari arranged through Savanah. They looked after us fantastically and we saw loads of animals and birds. I have travalled a great deal but my combination of DEvils Pool, 3 days rafting the Zambize and Botswana safari made this my best ever adventure. Lunch on our Safari was great. 4 of us went all English and we all tipped our guides, Sad others did not, the guides were 110% fantastic. Please if you go help the guides more by showing your appreciation . Barry WAldock, Bedfordshire, England.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Bill A wrote a review Oct 2019
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I had searched the internet for weeks looking for a morning birding safari on the Zambia side for our last morning of our 4 day Victoria Falls visit. We were also needing to get to the LVI airport that afternoon for our flight to JoBurg. When I emailed Savannah Southern our needs, they quickly responded, offering my wife and I a 6 hr birding safari and delivery to the airport at the end of the safari for a very reasonable price. We were met promptly at the Zambian border at 6:00 am by Chiinga, our birding guide and within minutes we were hunting birds. It turns out the Chiinga is the birding Guru for Victoria Falls and surrounding areas. He helped us find most of our target birds and some we weren’t even aware of in the area. We are so happy that we discovered Savannah Southern. Give them a chance to meet your safari and transportation needs in Vic. Falls!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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AylaBlue wrote a review Sep 2019
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I was privileged enough to be staying in Livingstone for twelve days and to be able to join a walking tour of Mosi Oa Tunya with the incomparable Chiinga. First I’ll explain that as a person with degenerative disc disease, my back is often in pain and walking can be hard. This walk was around 3 hours and as there was a lady on the tour with a bad knee, we took it easier and were driven from one spot to another, so actual walking time was around 90 minutes and not over the toughest terrain; enough to feel the exercise, not enough to harm. This adaptive approach to the guests on any given day I later realised is a hallmark of Savannah’s work. The walk itself was beautiful; peaceful, impressive seeing dawn over the park, and scintillating because of Chiinga’s range of knowledge. Even Evans our bus driver knew so much about the local flora and fauna that he was educating us on the trees while Chiinga found a guard to accompany us. And when we began, I can honestly say that in all my years of foraging and hiking through the countryside in Europe and South America, I’ve never met anyone whose knowledge had such gentle command, depth and scope. I felt confident that I could track and distinguish between many of the Big Five tracks and scat after this one walk, that I knew how to respect the animals and to stay safe being so close to them, and that Chiinga knew how to manoeuvre through this space causing no damage but respecting and honouring this land he’d grown up in. From seeds on the ground to birds in the trees, there was no question we asked that wasn’t carefully and considerately answered. My highlight was seeing the family of five white rhino we’d tracked for an hour, and also how our accompanying guard stayed with us even when learning of his wife’s illness, until we got back to an outpost and he was relieved. The national park guards as well as Savannah are dedicated to the guests safety and experience and that was impressive to watch. I felt completely safe at all times. It came as a big shock to learn of Chiinga's demise yesterday in the park and yet I can’t help but think that if he had to go, it would have been there doing what he loved the best and what he dedicated his life to. And the knowledge that he trained his staff and fellow guides to his extremely high and loving standards means that Savannah will stay one of the premier tour guiding and birding companies in Livingstone. The legacy he leaves is testament to his incredibly likeable and engaging nature. I’m only sorry my children won’t be able to meet him on our return trip but I’m confident that those left behind will honour his memory and this amazing work, connecting us back to our roots and a love for nature that is so needed in these times. Thank you, Chiinga and Savannah Southern Safaris.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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