On arrival at Livingstone Airport a Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma
representative will meet and transfer you to the lodge.The transfer
time is approximately 20 minutes. Just outside the airport the
statues of Livingstone and his loyal servants commemorate the
historical story of Susi and Chuma. Chuma was only a boy when
Livingstone freed him from slavery in 1861. He was from the Yao
tribe and probably came from present day Mozambique or Malawi.
Sussi joined Livingstone at Chupanga, in present day Mozambique,
when he was employed to cut wood on 'Livingstone's Second Journey'.
Sussi & Chuma came into the limelight after their employer,
David Livingstone died at Chitambo's village in modern day Zambia.
They decided to carry his body all the way to Bagamoyo (on
the coast of modern day Tanzania) where it was handed over to the
British authorities and transported to London for burial.
Arrive at Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma where a delicious lunch
will be served. The afternoon is at leisure to enjoy the activities
on offer. Activities offered at the lodge include, game drives in
the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, where guests can see a variety of
game, including white rhino, elephant, buffalo and giraffe,
walking tour of the incredible Victoria Falls, sundowner
cruises, village tour, walking safaris and canoeing excursions.
Meals Included: Lunch and Dinner
Overnight: Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma