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Sample Group Itinerary

elephantInteractionSample Itinerary for 85 pax, staying at Royal Livingstone Hotel.

Day One | Day Two | Day Three | Day Four

Arrival at Livingstone Airport.
The group will be met at the Livingstone Airport on arrival in Zambia. They will be transferred to the Royal Livingstone in 15–22 seater air-conditioned coasters. Mineral water and cold face towels are optional and can be provided at an extra cost. The drive from the Airport to the Royal Livingstone Hotel will be approximately 25 minutes.

On request Cansaf can arrange for Porters to be on hand at the airport to assist guests with their luggage. If required, a separate luggage vehicle could transfer all baggage to the Hotel.

Check In at Royal Livingstone

Guided Tour of the Falls


Buffet Lunch at the Royal Livingstone Hotel.

African Queen Sunset Cruise
Please note that only local drinks are served. Wine and Premium brands are extra and a cash bar is available for these.

African Extravaganza Village Dinner (Including sample menu).
We would recommend the entertainment enhancement of Makishi Dancers for the evening.

African Ethnic Chitenge Shirts are an excellent giveaway option for this evening. Room dropped the night before or in the afternoon prior to the Village Dinner or Bush Dinner, the shirts can also be subtly embroidered with the Company logo.

Additional Option (Interactive Drumming Session)
Either before or after dinner, depending on the group’s requirements, there would be an interactive drumming session. We recommend that the drumming is done before dinner as the group arrive in the Village. A well positioned Boma area can accommodate the group for the activity before the group move through to the dinner area. The warriors would lead the group down the path, with flares, to the Boma area of the village. The dining area would remain dark and the path to the Boma would be lit by lanterns.

The group will arrive to a boma bonfire with tonga stools arranged in a semi-circle in front of the fire. Once seated Waiters will serve the group a drink and plated snacks. We would recommend a pre-poured welcome drink be served in order to avoid too much waiter service getting in the way of the drumming session. Other lighting within the boma will be made up of strategically placed flare torches and lanterns.

An introduction to the drumming session will be made and the event will begin. This session will last for 45 minutes before the group will now make their way into the Dining area.

The path to the dining area will now be lit by flares and lanterns. The Village is supplied with standard 240V mains power and as such there will be ambient and electric lighting which will be well hidden, in keeping with the village theme. There will also be paraffin lamps, oil flares and large fires to enhance the atmosphere.


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Early Morning Breakfast at Royal Livingstone

River Float Programme

Picnic Lunch
This could either be an enhanced picnic lunch or a standard picnic lunch depending on the clients’ requirements.

Enhanced Picnic Lunch
Round tables seating 8 or 9 pax are set up in the shade of large Ebony Trees. Seating is on canvas director’s chairs or Batonka Stools around low round tables. Ablution facilities are nearby and comprise of chemical toilets screened with reed mats and African batiks. In the rainy season we recommend that you hire our free-form tent as a rain back-up.

Additional Costs:
Drinks
Free-form Tent

Contact us for menu options

Elephant Interaction

After the group’s Elephant Interaction they will be transferred back to the Royal Livingstone Hotel.

Afternoon at Leisure

Sundowners on the Deck at Royal Livingstone
Costs can be put towards the dinner tab (cash bar available)

Dinner on the Lawns at Royal Livingstone
Excluding drinks – cash bar available

Optional Entertainment – Violinist or Saxophonist, contact us for details.


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Option 1
Helicopter Flight of Angels

Tour of the Falls – see Day One.

Gorge Activities - Gorge Swing / Flying Fox/ Abseil

Abseiling - like an alpine mountaineer, abseil down the gorge for approximately 50m.
Gorge Swing - launch yourself off the edge in a full body harness and free fall for 53 meters.
Flying Fox - a cable-slide high above the gorge, allowing you an adrenalin-packed ride, in a seated or a flying position, face down, like a bird.

Option 2
The Batoka Challenge

The group will arrive back at the Hotel
Collection for the Steamtrain Bridge Run

Steamtrain Bridge Run

Guests will once again board the steamtrain for their transfer back to Palm Grove Siding where they will disembark and travel the rest of the way to their Dinner Venue by Vehicle.

Gorge Dinner above Rapid #7 - Contact us for menu options

Alternative Option (Dinner with a view)
Late Afternoon spent at the Clay Pigeon Shooting Site followed by Dinner. The Clay Pigeon Boma is a well built, large thatched Boma which sits on top of the Historic “Chief’s Meeting” Hill. The venue enjoys a grand view over the Batoka lowlands. For under thatch seating, there is space available for 200 pax.
There is enough space for another 200 pax to be seated on the lawns on level one below the main Boma. There are two ladies and two gents toilets with additional urinals in the gents toilets.


Overnight at the Royal Livingstone.

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Morning Spa Session

Transfer to the Airport for flight back to Johannesburg.

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Special Agent Packages

Between now and the end of the year, Cansaf will be offering some "special" group packages to our partners in the group, conference and incentive business. This is a good opportunity for corporate clients and other groups to come and experience the combination of Victoria Falls and Chobe. We envisage that space available in August and September (it is late in the day already) is going to dry up quickly, so if you have any groups looking for space for over this period then please let us know urgently.

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