If you hanker after that authentic tented-Africa feel, then Toka Leya Camp is probably the place to stay while visiting Livingstone and the Falls. With just twelve tented suites, it will also guarantee an intimate, tranquil experience, especially as it is run by Wilderness Safaris, pioneers in ecotourism and providers of excellent service. The wooden floors and billowing mosquito nets over four-poster beds are stylish and sophisticated, and all of the suites boast privileged Zambezi views. They are connected to the rest of the camp by wooden walkways, with wildlife such as elephants, hippo and vervet monkeys frequently passing through camp to share the river views.
As well as tours of the Falls, there is a focus on the wildlife both on the land and in the water, so you will get an awful lot more than just Victoria Falls from your time spent here. River cruises, village visits and game drives in the Mosi Ao Tunya National Park are amongst the inclusive activities, while you might also want to book yourself an indulgent spa treatment.