Toka Leya Camp (Mosi oa Tunya National Park, Livingstone)
Overlooking the mighty Zambezi River and some of its
islands, under a shady canopy of jackalberry and waterberry
trees lies Toka Leya.
The islands in front of camp are intriguing and part of
the braided channel of the Zambezi with some rapids, a main
channel and fringing dense vegetation.
The camp consists of 12 safari-style tents, each en-suite
with a view of the magnificent Zambezi River and some of its
Number of tents
9 x Twin guest tents
3 x Family units
4 x Twin guide/pilot tents (not the same standard as a
12 safari-style tents – en-suite with baths, indoor and
outdoor showers. Soaps, shampoo, body lotion, washing powder
(for smalls), insect repellent and flashlights are supplied in
The camp's dining and bar area is set beneath a shaded
canopy of trees overlooking the River and a swimming pool.
BAR Camp offers a fully stocked bar with a good selection of
wine. All local drinks are included in the nightly tariff,
with the exception of premium wines and champagne, and
premium liqueurs and spirits. 24-hour electricity is
available and a small diesel generator available for back
up. Potable water to the camp comes from a borehole Fans
have 24-hour power. Same-day laundry facility is available
and is included in the nightly tariff.
Dining and bar area are under a canopy of trees
overlooking the Zambezi River.
Dinners are served on the deck overlooking the Zambezi
River or in the dining room.
Tents and public areas connected by raised walkways. Plunge pool
The Victoria falls is one of the seven "Wonders of the
World" and is arguably the greatest waterfall anywhere.
Daily excursions to the Falls are a highlight and boating
trips to the Zambezi River's islands provide wonderful
Game drives into the Mosi-oa-Tunya Park are productive
with an abundance of general game species like buffalo,
giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and impala. There is rich
birdlife here too, including several sought-after species
such as African Finfoot, Half-collared Kingfisher, African
Skimmer (seasonal), Schalow's Turaco and Rock Pratincole
For bird enthusiasts there are leisurely strolls from
camp, boat cruises and island walks. The Zambezi River
offers ample fishing opportunities and tiger fishing is an
unforgettable challenge for keen fishermen, particularly
during the warmer months. There are several varieties of
bream (Tilapia) that are also a good catch. For the more
sporting, try catching them on fly.
Accommodation Rates:- From
$670 per person per night sharing. Please contact us for a
quote and suggested itinerary.