Tour of Livingstone

The town of Livingstone was moved from its original site at the Old Drift in 1905, due to malarial outbreaks, and moved to its healthier location on Constitution hill. The town was carefully planned with wide streets lined with trees; a lot of the original architecture is still in place today. The tour can be catered to clients specific requests and comprises a visit to the Livingstone Museum, which displays a comprehensive collection of David Livingstone memorabilia; a trip to Maramba Market, which is a bustling colourful market where you will find everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, to chitenge (local fabric). Or even more exciting the Salaula market, and see large displays of second hand clothes, a great favorite of the locals.

No minimum age.


Chief Mukuni Village Tour

The local Livingstone Chief, Chief Makuni, encourages visitors to his village which is home to some 7,000 Leya people, to gain valuable knowledge of how an African village is run and the day-to- day routines of the people who live there. A headman will escort you around the village to show how traditional huts are made and decorated, to explain village politics and to answer any questions that a client may have.

The tour lasts approximately two hours.  There is also a large craft market in the village for you to buy some locally made crafts, even attempt to give it a go.

No minimum age.



Experience a full African village experience during your day, including language and cooking lessons, lunch, food shopping, house tour, kraals, dam and springs visits, time in the village gardens and viewing a community support village project.  If all that is not enough you learn how the villagers relax by taking part in dance lessons. An amazing insight into local the local Zambian lifestyle.

Minimum clients:  2
Return transfers included, pick up 07h00


This tour covers all the essentials of African cooking. You get to experience shopping in an African market, have a cooking class in African meals and eat a full African lunch. If that was not enough to tempt you, you are also given a Tonga or Lozi speaking lesson, and an insight into Livingstone and Zambian history.

Minimum clients:  2
Return transfers included, pick up 10h00


A volunteer programme based in the Livingstone area, African Impact enables clients the opportunity of giving back to the local community. Through the community programme that African Impact has in place, clients are able to make a real and sustainable contribution to the development and refurbishment of local schools and orphanages. This consists of doing anything from laying bricks, painting walls and murals, cleaning to interacting with the local children.

The activity includes return transfers from the Livingstone area, soft drinks and snacks.  50% of the cost goes straight back into the projects to help pay for the cement, paint, school books etc.

Minimum clients:  3
Maximum capacity:  30 (can cater to bigger groups on request)
No age limit

PLEASE NOTE: $10pp ZAWA park fees are applicable on activities that take place in the National Parks, Rafting, Elephants, Lions, Game Drive and Sunset Cruise, depending on where you are staying, as this fee is included in some accommodation options, you will be advised at time of booking / enquiry.


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