Reviews of Toka Leya Camp
Wildlife sightings and reviews
22 independent comments and wildlife information from our travellers who have visited Toka Leya Camp and kindly agreed to share their thoughts. They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa
"Toka Leya Camp review"
The food is OK but covered in too much sauce. No game on the menu.
Proximity to Vic falls was the reason for us choosing it. Beware of the high visa costs in both directions and a previously unknown guide fee if you go to the more spectacular Zimbabwe side. $55 to Zim and £75 to return to Zambia." See all these reviews: 8n in Botswana; 2n in Zambia
"Toko Laya Safari Camp"
As the park is near Livingstone the safari experince is a little tame with no cats being present in the park at all. But this is partially offset by the camps location on the banks of the Zambesi and also offering river boat rides towards the falls, but be wary of going too far down river to then be mixing with the evening booze crusies of teh larger boats. An excelent choice due to it's location and what it offers in the way of activities.
Having been only open since May they have done very well to reach this standard in such a short time which is a tribute to some of the good guides and staff they have brought on board. The experienced guides are a bit wasted on the boat rides and drives due to the sparse nature of the game but do try and get them out on a game walk, despite the lack of game/birds to count, you'll then experince some of the knowledge they can pass on when encouraged." See all these reviews: 9n in Zambia; 4n in Rwanda; 1n in Kenya
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