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Come join us for an active bicycle tour around the Livingstone area, a chance to journey along the picturesque Zambezi river, visit local villages and markets, and interact with locals. We stop along the way to discuss the local cultures and...more
I was part of 5, all of us over 50 years of age. We were provided with well maintained bikes with brakes and shift systems. Oliver picked me up on time from my hotel and delivered me to the group. After adjusting seat heights, Wezi...More
Three of us (all seniors) went on the morning cycle tour with Wezi and his assistant. This was a very enlightening experience. Riding the bikes along dirt paths and sometimes through deep sand required some effort, but it was worth it. Wezi gave us an...More
If you think you're going go for a long and very sportive bike tour then forget it, but if you want to learn and witness the day to day life in remote villages around Livingstone, and central market in Livingstone, then may I suggest you...More
Always good to see something that is not on the typical tourist trail. Wezi and his companion took us around the villages & suburbs that surround Livingstone, after showing us the local market, with the colours & foods of daily life. Their explanations on African...More
I would highly recommend to do a tour with the "Local Cowboy Cycle Tours". A local guide takes you through the nearby villages and you get a glimpse of the real Africa and the life here, besides the tourist madness. It is a unique experience...More
A must-do activity if you're staying in or around Livingstone. I was fortunate enough to be the only client (it was the Easter weekend). Starting from my riverside lodge, we visited the quarry, a school (closed), a market and other sights and views. The guide...More
Our group of 8 thoroughly enjoyed our cycle tour through the the REAL ZAMBIA. Most importantly we really felt privileged that we were supporting the local school. Take plenty of water and an open mind! Thank you Oliver
our guide Wezi was just great; he adjusted the trip depending on our moods and we had them since we were three women 😄. the higlights of the trip were the local market and the Local Comboy School! many thanks for the great tour and...More
I don't believe so, but best way to reach them would be by calling their cell number by skype (if you are out of country), but they are really flexible so I wouldn't worry too much about reaching them beforehand. You can... More
I don't believe so, but best way to reach them would be by calling their cell number by skype (if you are out of country), but they are really flexible so I wouldn't worry too much about reaching them beforehand. You can call them when you get in country and they will be able to work something out for you during your stay.