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Toka Leya Camp

Situated in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park on the banks of the Zambezi River, Toka Leya is a tranquil safari base from which to easily access and explore the Victoria Falls and the adrenaline-filled adventure hub of Livingstone.

This is an area of spectacular scenic beauty: from the majestic, Victoria Falls to the broad, picturesque course of the Zambezi River upstream. Wildlife abounds in the area, particularly during the dry season, and can be appreciated from boat cruises on the river or on game drives in the national park. The Falls straddle the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, and both countries share Victoria Falls’ World Heritage Site status.

Thanks to Toka Leya’s tree-planting project, pioneering energy-saving systems and recycling initiatives, its formerly degraded land has been rehabilitated to become a lush riverine woodland once more. Here guests to plant trees, and Toka Leya donates many to other denuded sites in Zambia.

The perfect place to start, or end, your African safari, Toka Leya is a peaceful sanctuary overlooking the mesmerising Zambezi. There are numerous activities and adventures to enjoy from and within camp, including; cruises and catch-and-release fishing on the legendary Zambezi River, game drives, walks (subject to the availability of a walking guide) as well as back-of-house tours. Toka Leya’s infinity pool, fire pit, dining and bar area, spa and gym, as well as its 12 suites with flowing, expansive decks, serve up dramatic views, and glimpses of the passing wildlife.

Wildlife includes hippos, crocodiles, elephants and buffalos. A dazzling array of birds, with 'specials' such as the African finfoot, and seasonal migrants like the African skimmer. All, are daily wildlife visitors in and around camp. Giraffe, zebra, wildebeest and white rhino may be seen on game drives in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.

The camp’s expansive main area has gorgeous views of the broad, swiftly flowing river and its wildlife, even from the pool. Twelve chic safari-style tented suites’ each have an indulgent outdoor bath and a very large wooden deck – ideal for yoga, or private dining.

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S 17°51’19.50” Latitude E 25°47’15.83” Longitude

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