Livingstone Island Picnic
Livingstone Island Picnic Review
Available throughout the year whenever the water levels are low enough, this is a spectacular, romantic dining option. Livingstone Island is perched right on the edge of the void, where you'll dine at a table dressed with linen and gleaming silver on a delicious organic lunch (with salads) with drinks served by attentive waiters. You get there by boat (two engines, just in case). Brunch and afternoon tea are US$70 and US$100, respectively, and lunch is US$125, including transfers. The trips are run by Tongabezi Lodge, and there is a maximum of 16 guests.
- Address: Livingstone Island, Livingstone
- Phone: 213/32–7450
- Location: Livingstone, Zambia
- Reservations essential.
- Credit cards accepted.
- Closed a couple of months around Feb.–June, depending on water levels. No dinner.
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