Tanzania Cultural Tour


On our cultural tours, you will get to learn about the traditional Maasai way of life. We will introduce you to their culture, their stories, songs and dances, their beliefs, and daily practices. You will have an opportunity to practice milking a goat with a kalabash and sit with the elders listening to their stories. On your morning or afternoon walk around the boma, you'll be introduced to the traditional medicinal plants and trees and can witness life in the orpul, where you can also taste the special medicinal soup prepared for the warriors.

Sonjo Valley, the village of the Batemi Tribe.

Overlooking Lake Natron and Ol Donyo Lengai which means, the ‘home of God’ in Maasai, is an active volcano and one of Tanzania’s most spectacular and undiscovered climbs. The volcano erupts sporadically, sending small streams of gray lava down the crater run and spitting hot ash high into the air. The climb undertaken overnight so hikers can experience sun rise over the Rift Valley escarpment, is highly challenging.

Lake Natron

Lake Natron, the home of the great Flamingos of Northern Tanzania. A soda Lake at the base of the active Ol Donyo Lengai volcano, the area around Lake Natron is often described as having a desolate and almost Lunar beauty. Walks around the Lake and to the streams and water falls along the nearby escapement for a fantastic. adventure off the beaten track.

Engaresero Waterfalls / Ol Doinyio Lengai.

Engaresero is a famous village nearby Ol Doinyio Lengai and also a door to water falls, this is the Maasai village around by Camp Sites and pastoral society. Ol Donyo Lengai is 2878m above sea level. The first major eruption that was officially in 1917 and subsequent eruptions took place in 1926, 1940, 1966, and the most recent was in march, 2006 and 2007.


1. Maasai dance : If you are lucking then you meet with Maasai men and women during dance session, chat with them about the meaning of their songs, watch live performance and see how you can jump a Maasai dance.
2. Maasai medicines: Walk through bush during a round trip where you learn about medicines plants used by Maasai for preventing and treating a wide various disease.
3. Beautiful landscape: The good landscape of Maasai land draws attention of tourists especially when you walk to up land where the hills are normally opposite to one after another on the way you can view an open plain of Loliondo Game Controlled Area, the Sonjo Valley and Kenya border as well.

"Nowhere quite matches Tanzania for open savannah and if you're lucky enough to see the great migration as it roams across the legendary plains of the Serengeti National Park, you will have witnessed one of the most incredible wildlife experiences on the planet."

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