Livingstone , Zambia’s tourist capital, has a unique assemblage of accommodations. First off, the Sun International's own; The Royal Livingstone 5 star luxury hotel on the banks of the Zambezi and The Zambezi Sun, a 3 star hotel minutes from the Victoria Falls (both opened in April 2001). They are built close to each other and mesh comfortably with the landscape. A not to keen observer could drive by without seeing them. The Royal Livingstone has been particularly famous. It has hosted presidents, film stars and a host of other VIPs.
Allen Harkness, the chairman of Livingstone Tourism Association (LTA) says that, "Tourism in Zambia has beaten the tourism of the neighboring Zimbabwe. Today, Zambia is recognized as the world-class tourist destination. This is in recognition of fact that British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has designated two hotels; The Royal Livingstone in Mosi-oa-Tunya Game Park and the Sausage Tree in Lower Zambezi game park as leading world class luxury destinations."
"In addition Tongabezi, also in Mosi-oa-Tunya Game Park, has won 5 awards from the United Kingdom and the United Sates of America as the most unique destinations in the world. The book ”One of the Places You Should See Before You Die” has featured all three hotels; The Royal Livingstone, Sausage Tree and Tongabezi."
Another of the exquisite pleasant "surprises of Zambia’s tourism is the ”Songwe Point, a typical Zambian village with a local hospitality that has captured the market of the upper class tourists of the world.”
Boasts Allen Harkness of LTA,“We are adventurous, unique and colorful because of the phenomenal culture with the local peoples’ hospitality.”
Now you can sample the hospitality of Zambia. Click here to choose the accommodation that fits with your leisure, pleasure and relaxation.
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