Livingstone Game Park

The Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park has a section where the wildlife is viewed.  The entrance to this section is found along Sichango Road.

Animals to be found there are: Tree squirrel, African elephant, Burchell’s zebra, White Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus, Warthog, Giraffe, Blue wildebeest, Red hartebeest, Common duiker, Impala, Sable, African buffalo, Kudu, Bushbuck, Waterbuck, Puku, African wild cat, Serval, African civet, Large-spotted genet, Slender mongoose, Lesser bushbaby, Chacma baboon, Vervet monkey, Pangolin, Crocodile, Land monitor, Water monitor.

The Game Park is also the site of the first pioneer village, known as the Old Drift.  There are two monuments – one at the site of the cemetery and one at the site of the river crossing before the construction of the bridge.

It is possible to self-drive through the park but most visitors prefer to take a guided tour which lasts a couple of hours.

If you wish to see the rhino, go to the far end of the park and ask the scouts there to escort you – they know where to find you and will keep you safe.