Mukuni Village

Mukuni Village, originally called Gundu, is a Royal village which was founded by the Leya tribe around the 13th Century. The chief has invited visitors into his village to get a glimpse of how his people have lived for generations and to learn a little about their traditional customs and beliefs. The Chief’s guides and […]

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Maramba Market

Maramba is the largest market in Livingstone Zambia – colorful, vibrant and bustling with activity. Only a kilometer out of Livingstones centre is this market for locals where the people of Livingstone come to shop. Maramba Market incorporates just about every type of business venture imaginable. Here the local people sell everything. There are rows […]

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The Victoria Falls

Majestic beauty and power, a cloud of steam and fog, a sense of danger when you stand on the edge, and over all this a grandeur dazzling rainbow – this is the picture, you can see at Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls is the only waterfall in the world with a length of more than a […]

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Kolobeng

The site of David Livingstone’s third and final mission station was Kolobeng, approximately 20 kms west of Gaborone, past Gabane. Here he built the house and church Above: A potter at work in Gabane; Below: Site of David Livingstone’s final mission, Kolobeng. 22 where he and his wife Mary would work to convert the local […]

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