No airline is presently serving non-stop flights to Livingstone from any airport in the United Kingdom. An absence of direct flights leaves travellers with the option of connecting flights only. These indirect flights to Livingstone are offered by British Airways, South African Airways, Kenya Airways, Emirates, and Qatar Airways, among others.
Kenya Airways offers the cheapest flights to Livingstone from the UK. The fare for a single adult passenger travelling in economy class rounds off to 495 GBP.
However, fares are subject to seasonal changes and may vary from time to time. To keep track of such fluctuations, stay in touch with your TravelHouseUK travel consultant. He/she will let you know when the price drops or some last-minute offer is introduced.
TravelHouseUK makes it easier for you to book cheap Livingstone flights with British Airways. The airline operates connecting flights from the London Heathrow Airport, the Edinburgh Airport, and the Manchester Airport. Connecting code-shared flights to Livingstone are available with British Airways from other airports as well, such as the London Gatwick Airport and London City Airport. Find the latest deals on flights to Livingstone from the UK either by following us on social media, subscribing to our newsletter, or giving us a call.
The Harry Mwanga Nkumbula International Airport serves the city of Livingstone and is your gateway to the Victoria Falls. Its IATA code is LVI. The city centre is about a half an hour drive from the airport.
The period that stretches from December to March witnesses heavy rainfall. But rain complements the dry climate of Livingstone. This is why these months are the most preferred by tourists in spite of the hot temperatures i.e. 30 °C on average.
Being just a few kilometres away from the famed Victoria Falls, the city of Livingstone has much to offer. Sporting a calm refreshing vibe and home to great restaurants and luxury opportunities, this city doesn’t fail to impress. For a truly unforgettable experience head out to the Livingstone Island where natures infinity pool awaits you, along with boating facilities and the very best of cuisines. It is however worth noting that during March and May this facility is closed for safety reasons. Mosi-oa Tunya National Park is also a must visit, being Zambia’s smallest national park, and surrounded by the Victoria Falls, the view is magnificent. After experiencing the wilderness and adventure, make your way to city streets and explore the colonial history and African feel therein.
This would primarily depend on what activities you wish pursue. Taxis and buses are an option. There are two official bus companies with their own platforms which also serve for inter border crossings into neighbouring countries, including South Africa. Hotels also facilitate hotel transfers to major landmarks as well as their own branches in other cities. For more crowded places in the middle of the town, walking would be the best option.
Livingstone holds its promise to provide luxury by nesting hotels such as the Zambezi Sun, splurge as you indulge and pamper yourself. Top end options also include the Protea Hotel Livingstone. However Livingstone does offer diversity by offering low key budget hotels such as the Ngolide Lodge and the Livingstone Backpackers. The Jollyboys Backpackers remains to be travellers top pick as it offers everything a backpacker would need, including cheap restaurants, clean rooms, a sunken lounge and coffee served right next to the pool.