Golf enthusiasts can tee off at Elephant Hills Hotel's 18-hole course along the Zambezi on the Zimbabwean side, where amidst warthogs, baboon and impala you can play a leisurely 9 or 18 holes. Elephants also frequent the grounds while the occasional lion sauntering across the fairway quickly turns golf into an adrenalin sport. The setting is lovely and the cost very reasonable. Golf clubs and caddies are available for hire. From Livingstone, Bushtracks offers golf excursions inclusive of transfers (excluding visa) costing US$42 for 9 holes and US$52 for 18. On the Zambian side, the Livingstone Golf Club, established in 1908, was once a popular social and sports club (complete with tennis and lawn bowling). It remains a national monument and is the second oldest golf club in Zambia. Unfortunately, it has seriously deteriorated since its illustrious beginning, though you can still play 9 holes if you don't mind the lack of facilities and bush-golf style. Fortunately, plans are now under way to restore the golf club to its former glory, though this is bound to take some years.