Livingstone Safaris

Western Cape » Cape Town » Rondebosch
Nature and wildlife

Livingstone Safaris, based in Cape Town, is named in honour of the 19th century Scottish missionary and explorer of the African continent, Dr David Livingstone. Owner Sussi Galley and her passionate, experienced team are committed to offering you the ultimate in bespoke safari planning services.By partnering with reliable, hand-picked suppliers, Livingstone Safaris is able to put together journeys that are relaxing, inspiring and as unique as the travellers for whom they are designed. Our intimate, first-hand knowledge of southern Africa and the Indian Ocean islands means that all recommended destinations and selected hotels are based on our own experiences.David Livingstone travelled in a mokoro canoe in the Okavango Delta many years ago, and you could, too! Or you could travel on the back of an African elephant, taking in the unforgettable sights of Africa from on high. If you’d like to go up even higher, you could choose to take a helicopter ride over the splendour of Victoria Falls before settling down for the night in the lap of luxury at one of the impressive hotels on the Zambezi River.With Livingstone Safaris, all these African experiences – and more – are right at your fingertips.Inspired Journeys, Timeless Moments.



  • Languages spoken
  • english

Contact Details


  • 29 Oakhurst Avenue
  • Rondebosch
  • Cape Town
  • 7700


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