Victoria Falls Backpackers
Hostel, 4-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
Mokambo Road, 10101 Livingstone, Zambia
Previously known as Livingstone Backpackers, Victoria Falls Backpackers Zambia offers accommodation within 6.2 miles of the Victoria Falls World Heritage Site. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, bar, shared kitchen and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi. The property comes with an outdoor pool and a hot tub. Popular points of interest near Victoria Falls Backpackers Zambia include Livingstone Tourist Information, Livingstone Museum and Livingstone Golf Course.
❝The staff was very friendly and had great suggestions for activities. There were a lot of volunteers with African Impact living there that were really nice and inviting. I really enjoyed getting to ready by the pool with a cold drink after my long days of walking the falls or around town. There were also fun night spots the volunteers went to for dancing and music! Being a solo traveler it was nice to feel so part of the group! Thank y'all!❞
❝Super friendly staff, great location, everything you need in one place. They will arrange excursions, taxi, dinner, you name it. And always with a smile❞
Livingstone is a town in southwestern Zambia, a few kilometers from the Zambezi River and the border with Zimbabwe. It’s a hub for visitors to the Victoria Falls. The adjoining Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park surrounds the Zambian side of the falls. The Livingstone Museum traces local history and archaeology, and the life of the Scottish explorer, David Livingstone, after whom the town was named. Livingstone is home to old colonial buildings, markets selling sculptures, jewelry and textiles, lodges, hostels and hotels. Tour companies organize white-water rafting and kayaking trips, flights over the falls and wildlife-viewing safaris. Boat tours visit Livingstone Island and its Devil’s Pool, at the edge of the falls. There are views of the falls from the parabolic-arched Victoria Falls Bridge across the river’s gorge, and a 100m bungee jump above the water. Driving or walking safaris into the national park may encounter giraffes, elephants and rare white rhinos.