Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Toka Leya Camp (upper Zambezi River, near Livingstone, Zambia)

International incentive groups relish the possibility of enjoying easily accessible twin centres and here Toka Leya is a perfect twin with the wildlife safari experiences of Chobe (Botswana) less than 100 km away by road.

Named after the local tribes who inhabited the area for centuries before Dr Livingstone discovered Victoria Falls, Toka Leya is just two years old and already acclaimed as a beautiful gem.

Built around a sausage tree it’s located in the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park just 6km upstream from wonder of the world, Victoria Falls, and its 12 spectacular safari tents, with wooden decks, are perched at the edge of the legendary Zambezi River.

Toka Leya is highly recommended for small exclusive groups visiting Victoria Falls and access is into Livingstone International Airport on scheduled flights from Johannesburg or Lusaka; or by road just two hours from Chobe Park in Botswana which offers a world-class big-game safari.

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