Maasai Culture Experience Day Trip


Tanzania

Maasai Culture Experience Day Trip

Tour Overview


The Maasai are among the local semi-nomadic population inhabiting the northern Tanzania. They are best known as the fierce WARRIORS of East Africa for their residence near many National Parks of the African great Lakes and their distinctive customs in life style. They still exist on a diet of milk, blood, and meat; however, it is becoming very common place to supplement their diet with grain.
The Maasai travel in clans living off their cattle herds along and build their family homes in circular enclosures protected by thorny makeshift fences. They often keep their cattle in an enclosure in the centre of the ‘BOMA’ (home). Maasai are a fascinating ancestry group of noble people with a beautiful and interesting culture stories every visitor would never want to miss.
Their cultural distinctiveness is now accessible to Eco-tourists in Tanzania. Preservation of their proud traditions has set the Maasai apart from other indigenous groups in the country, and embodies a side Pure African cultural history a few outsiders can contact. Africa Climbers will offer you a memorable opportunity to interactively experience the Maasai way of life through day trips. You will be able to participate in a variety of unique cultural activities, and encouraged to engage as deep into the experience as one would wish to.!


Price Included
  • Village Fee
  • Other: Lunch, fresh water and soft drinks.
  • English speaking professional Tour guide
  • Transport go and return
  • Lunch Box
  • Water
  • Photoshoot
Price Not Included
  • International flights.
  • Bank charges
  • Personal Expenses
  • Visa, Travel Insurance (we can help arrange of them).
  • Expenditures of personal nature like drinks, telephone, laundry, Internet etc.

Once you arrive, you will walk across the vast dry plains to Maasai’ village. As you walk you will pass the cattle herders who are leaving to walk the cattle for the day and we will explain to you some history and information about Maasai culture and community.
Following your introduction you will take some time to settle in one of the huts where you will have lunch. You’ll have an opportunity to ask any burning questions and further discuss maasai culture. You will also be treated to some local maasai chai tea, some of the best chai you’ll have ever had. After you’re done you’ll head outside again where you’ll be invited to watch and join in a traditional Maasai dance and song..



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