Marangu Shuttles Tanzania Cultural Tour safari

Tanzania cultural tours offer you several adventures, visits to local medicine men, local factories, homes (bomas) and exploring the rituals of the people like Chaga, Masai, warusha ,Meru and many more sampling local dishes, while experiencing firsthand the diversity of cultures that abound

Maasai Villagers Welcome Guests on Cultural Tour

Day 0: JRO/Arusha

Arrive in Tanzania at Kilimanjaro International Airport, you will be transferred to Arusha for dinner and overnight at Lush Garden Hotel-B/B

Day 1: Arusha

Free day at Arusha after the long travel, meet our team for introduction and have Arusha town visit and market and attend court session on Rwanda genocide, Arusha is the Head office of International Court Tribunal for Rwanda. Dinner and overnight at same place - H/B

Day 2: Arusha/Ilikiding'a Culture Visit

After breakfast, drive to Ilkiding'a culture Maasai visit, here we will spend a day to learn about the Maasai daily activities.

In some ways similar to the Amish, a handful of tribes in Tanzania have resisted modernization and for the most part remain traditional.

Maasai: The most recognizable tribe in East Africa, the Maasai are nomadic herders of cattle. The women adorn themselves in brightly colored handmade beaded collars and the men, in their distinctive cloth, will often showcase their amazing jumping prowess for visitors. Learn how they construct their homes of mud, sticks and dung and join the school children in a song. Late in the afternoon visit Arusha museum. Dinner and overnight at Lush garden Hotel-F/B.

Day 3: Arusha/Orphanage Visit

After breakfast, visiting the orphanage center, playing with kids teaching them some different kind of sports, Lunch, dinner and overnight at Lush garden-F/B

Day 4: Manyara National Park

After breakfast, drive to Manyara National Park with picnic lunch, dinner and overnight at Bougainvillea, Karatu. F/B

Lake Manyara has a considerably different landscape from any of the other parks. Picture lush woodlands and the beaches of this Rift Valley Lake where giraffe, elephants and wildebeest enjoy an endless supply of water. You will often see these enormous animals in the water, sitting, sipping or just cooling off. Due to this unique habitat, there are hundreds of bird species able to live in the forests and the ultimate site-seeing prize of this area is the tree-climbing lion. Although this park is relatively small, it is still quite impressive. Most of the park is covered in forest or thick bush, but it still gets visited frequently. This is the only park where you can do night game drives within the park boundaries.

Village and nature walks at mto wa mbu to learn about 120 Tanzania tribes and game drive.

Elephants, Wildebeest, Buffalo, Hippo, Impala, Bushbuck, Waterbuck, Klipspringers, Zebra, Giraffe, Mongoose, Warthog, Leopards and the famous tree-climbing Lions, Blue Monkeys, Vervet Monkeys, Baboons, and over 380 bird-species including impressive flocks of Flamingos feeding on the lake's algae.

Day 5: Lake Eyasi

After breakfast, drive to lake eyasi with picnic lunch.

In some ways similar to the Amish, a handful of tribes in Tanzania have resisted modernization and for the most part remain traditional.

Near Lake Eyasi, the Hadzabe are a small tribe who remain hunters and gatherers and speak a click language. It is important to visit them and learn about their culture, they will show you how to make a fire without matches and take you on a hunt with bows and arrows. Dinner and overnight at Tindiga lodge - F/B

Day 6- 7: Serengeti National Park

After breakfast with lunch box, leave Lake Eyasi for Central Serengeti via Ngorongoro conservation, visit Olduvai Gorge, this is an archaeological site made famous by Dr. Leakey family.

The Serengeti is the setting for so many wildlife documentaries with good reason. Visitors are virtually guaranteed to see an impressive array of wildlife. The Serengeti boasts a staggering 8,500 giraffe, 10,000 eland, 200,000 zebra, 1.3 million wildebeest, 1,500 lions, 1,000 elephants, 280,000 Thompson's gazelles, 25,000 buffalo, 500 species of birds, 72,000 Topi, and 32,000 Grant's gazelle. The annual wildebeest migration is one of the most spectacular and breath-taking events in the world. From the Serengeti to Kenya's Masai Mara over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra and gazelle, relentlessly tracked by Africa's great predators, migrate in a clockwise fashion over 1,800 miles each year in search of rain ripened grass. This mass of moving animals is so large that even when it is in Kenya's Masai Mara, parts of it are still in the Serengeti. Just 3 hours from the Manyara NP. Dinner and overnight at Seronera Wildlife Lodge. F/B

Game-drives, visit Olduvai Gorge

Day 8: Ngorongoro Crater

After breakfast, drive to Ngorongoro crater with picnic lunch for a full day game crater tour.

The Ngorongoro Crater is a sunken volcano, or better termed the largest intact volcanic caldera. The view from the crest of the crater will provide you with an expansive sight of the entire crater that spans 260 square kilometers.

The relationship between the Maasai tribe and the Ngorongoro eco-system is equally impressive. The Maasai herd their cattle into and out of the crater daily for water, leading their cattle to water alongside the "Big 5."

The crater is relatively small and can often feel like there are a lot of vehicles, but it is still a must-see.

Crater tour and Maasai boma visit.

One of the few places you have a chance to spot rhinos. One can also find Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, Zebra, Warthog, Hyena, Hippo, Wildebeest, and Ostrich. Drive back to the booked hotel in Arusha, - F/B

The above Programme cost US $ 2240 Per person sharing in double room.

Maasai Morans in Traditional Regalia

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Note: The itinerary may change to suit your requirements. You may choose activity from travel planner any activities you may want to do while on safari.

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