Toka Leya Camp, Victoria Falls - Livingstone, Zambia

Toka Leya Camp is a Classic Camp

4Cs Projects at Toka Leya Camp

In addition to an extremely light footprint and pioneering energy-saving systems, Toka Leya has various projects to support the local Zambian community and rehabilitate the area.

Toka Leya Green Camp Systems

Toka Leya has a number of systems in place that aim to rehabilitate indigenous flora in the area. This includes a greenhouse and nursery project to grow seedlings, an environmentally friendly waste-water treatment plant and a worm farm.

Zambia Camp Energy Saving Initiatives

Wilderness Safaris' Zambia camps, including Toka Leya Camp, pioneered the use of innovative energy-saving systems, which are being used as a model to lower the environmental footprint across the entire portfolio of Wilderness Safaris camps in all regions.

Cultural Community Visit

Community involvement is vital in the greater Livingstone area and one of Toka Leya's projects is cultural visits to a nearby village. Projects are focused particularly on assisting children via schooling and income-generating activities. ‘Pack for a Purpose’ is another way that guests can help school children in this area.

Latest Toka Leya Camp Album

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Latest News From Toka Leya Camp

  • Toka Leya Camp – February 2014
    Feb 28, 2014

    A delightful addition to the white rhino population arrived at Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park this month!

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  • Toka Leya Camp – January 2014
    Jan 31, 2014

    A dancing hippo in camp and regular finfoot sightings at Toka Leya as the mighty Zambezi River’s water levels begin to rise

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  • Toka Leya Camp - November 2013
    Nov 22, 2013

    The environment bursts with life – new growth and outstanding sightings of every kind of wildlife.

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ The primary aim of our trip was to visit Victoria Falls but we found Toka Leya offered a great deal more. The location is beautiful on the banks of the Zambezi, with large spacious rooms and private sun decks where you could watch the sun setting over the river. ”
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Reviewed by: Locket_12, 2013.09.25