Take a trip to a traditional village. The local Livingstone Chief Makuni encourages visitors to his village which is home to some 7,000 Leya people. The tour is designed for visitors to gain valuable knowledge of an African villager’s day to day life. A village headman will escort you around and show how traditional huts are made and decorated, how village politics works and to answer any questions that you may have.
Livingstone Town Tour
The town of Livingstone was moved from its original site at the Old Drift in 1905. The town was carefully planned with wide streets lined with trees and grand (for their day) buildings situated along the main roads. A lot of the original architecture is still standing, and in use today. The tour can be catered to your specific requests so there is no fixed route. It all depends on what aspect you want to see. You may want to include a visit to the Livingstone Museum which displays a comprehensive collection of David Livingstone memorabilia. Or perhaps a trip to the bustling Maramba Market where you will find everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to colourful fabrics known as chitege. There are craft markets and old collonial buildings to discover too.
Pricing and Booking
2 Hours – $50
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