Tanzania Cultural Tours

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Cultural Immersion

Tanzania is home to 120 tribes, interwoven and living in harmony. Tanzania’s way of life is much more varied than its wildlife at the same time, associated with its regular language Kiswahili/Swahili.

Tanzania Cultural Tours offer you a chance to well explore the genuine orthodox way of life of the general population living in the country territory; yet still, add to the different formative activities or projects being directed in the different zones.

It is a pleasing experience to abandon the safari vehicle and climb the mountains of the agricultural clans of northern Tanzania to perceive how coffee is developed by subsistence ranchers or to stroll over the fields to explore the rich customs of the peaceful clans whose culture is firmly connected to nature and wildlife.

These Tanzania Tours And Safaris offer an assorted variety of offer activities, among which are visits to traditional; medication men, visiting the cheddar production lines, taking a camel safari, participate on mountain treks, visiting the neighbouring towns and getting familiar with their way of life, standards and practices.

Nowa ay’s Customs and Cuisine of Tanzania is largely playing the fusion in worldwide. So enjoyTanzania Culture in various Tanzania Destinations. You get a whole new perspective to the human experience with our Tanzania Cultural Tours.

There is more to Tanzania Cultural Tourism so come and experience with Materuni Tours!

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Tanzania Cultural Safaris

Tanzanian Tribes

Tanzania is home to more than 120 tribes all with their own traditions. Take the chance of getting to know the local people better. When you visit them you will see that they are as interested in you as you are in them. They might ask you questions about where you come from and how you live. You will see that the that the meeting is equally interesting for both parties. All cultural activities we organize support the people you are visiting.

Maasai Tribe

This nomadic tribe stands out with its tall bodies and deep red clothing. They say the Maasai wear this color to scare away lions. They still maintain the same lifestyle as they did centuries ago. They travel with their cattle; cows, sheep, donkeys and goats. At places with enough water and grass they build their huts. Although the last few years the Maasai are being encouraged to stay at one place by the government so their children are able to go school. The Maasai have many remarkable traditions and rituals. If you want to discover more about this tribe let us know while making your inquiry. We will plan an interactive visit for you.

Hadzabe Bushmen

Living in the bush, speaking a language made out of clicks, hunting twice a day.. you might think that these people lived thousands of years ago, but actually they live at Lake Eyasi. From Karatu you drive about 2 hours on a very rough road to Lake Eyasi. Once you are there you can have a rest. The next morning you will get up early to help the Hadzabe with the preparation for their hunt. After the hunting you can try to shoot with the bow and arrow yourself. A local guide will help translating.

Datoga Tribe

This is the neighboring tribe of the Hadzabe and also known as the blacksmiths, because they will melt anything into arrows and jewellery. On a fire made out of charcoal they will show you how they for example melt a metal lock into a bracelet. They trade the arrows they make with other tribes for food. The Datoga themselves blend in with their environment, their dress being the color of the reddish brown soil. Only on closer inspection will they appear colorful with their reddish, patched leather dresses, bead work, and brass bracelets and necklaces.