GreenpopZambia. – After the surreal experience of Victoria Falls, I highly recommend that you visit the Royal Livingstone Hotel for either high tea or sundowners. This is one of the best located establishments I know, with large grounds, green lawns among established trees, outdoor dining, a large pool and wooden decks over the mighty Zambezi River.

Oh and did I mention zebra and antelope grazing on the lawns whilst vervet monkeys take a sneaky chance at stealing a scone off the buffet.

We settled on the deck overlooking to watch the sun go down, a view of the Falls in the distance as the Zambezi passed us by, glass of bubbly in hand.

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