Both Livingstone Town itself as well as the region have a long history with Mukuni village being there well before Livingstone was founded in colonial times. Learn more about the explorations of David Livingstone, James Chuma and Abdullah Susi and about the traditions that live on in rural Zambia.

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Village Tour - Tour
Village Tour
$ 50
3 Hours
17 Aug, 17 Aug, 17 Aug, and more
Mukuni, Southern Province
Village Tour
$ 50
Visiting the village of Mukuni, a short ride from Livingstone, shows you how people in rural Zambia live. You get in an insight into the daily life, see how traditional clay huts and houses are being built and what work people do to make a living: farming, home industries and commerce. A guide will take you on a stroll through the village, meeting families, who often are willing to show you their home and tell you about what it is like living in this traditional Zambian way. Zambia is a nation with over 72 tribes each tribe with its own distinct and identifying culture. The cultural diversity makes it very interesting to indulge in cultural excursions. This activity is conducted in Mukuni Village of the Leya people. read more read less
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Livingstone City Tour - Tour
Livingstone City Tour
$ 50
3 Hours
17 Aug, 18 Aug, 18 Aug, and more
Livingstone, Zambia
Livingstone City Tour
$ 50
Come and see Livingstone town and museum with us. You will come to appreciate the historic building, many in art deco style, learn about the rich history of the city and the story of David Livingstone. And at least as remarkable: the story of James Chuma and Abdullah Susi. They were the planners for Livingstone's expedition and often made quarters before Livingstone arrived. You can learn about these great adventurers in the Livingstone Museum, which we will be visiting on the tour. Mukuni Village was the largest settlement in the area before Livingstone was founded in 1905. It was established away from the then swampy banks of the Zambezi. You will still find many of the art deco and colonial style buildings still standing.  read more read less
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