Named after the local Toka-Leya people, this stylish camp is in a beautiful spot on the banks of the Zambezi river, around 6km upstream from the Victoria Falls. The camp’s main area is under a canopy of jackal berry and water berry trees overlooking the Zambezi River. The islands in front of camp are intriguing and part of the braided channel of the Zambezi.
Accommodation is twelve spacious tented rooms, well placed along the river bank. Each room is fully en-suite with a double vanity, indoor and outdoor shower. The décor features harmonious juxtaposition with earthy hues punctuated by crisp whites, cool wooden flooring layered with jewel-toned Oriental rugs, and a canvas exterior partitioned by hand-hewn stone walls. Gossamer mosquito netting, standing fans and climate control ensure year round comfort. An expansive wooden deck in front of each tent affords one private access to the beauty of this riverine paradise and perhaps a hippo “symphony” at dusk.
Why we like it
Tree-planting project to rehab degraded river land
Just upstream form Victoria falls and close to airport
The uninterrupted view of the river
The ancient baobab tree on the western side of the property
Visit Victoria Falls
Flight of Angels – Microlight
White River rafting
Visit Livingston’s Island
visits to Mkuni Market and Simonga Village