Mukuni Village Cultural Tour

This tour presents an opportunity to see how the local people live in a real African village. It has a clinic, basic school and boreholes for drinking water. Clients see how huts are built and decorated, meet residents and see the locals at work creating curios.

Mukuni village was founded as Gundu in the 13th century, and later named after the ruler (Mukuni) on arrival from the Congo. It is home to the Leya people. This tour presents an opportunity to see how the local people live in a real African village. It has a population of 7,000, a clinic, basic school and boreholes for drinking water. Clients see how huts are built and decorated, meet residents and see the locals at work creating curio.