Moshi - Kilimanjaro
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Experience the best of Tanzania’s anthropology, geology, and biology including opportunities to observe abundant wildlife such as elephants, lions, zebras, and endangered black rhinos in the wild. Journey through the captivating landscapes of Serengeti National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, and Ngorongoro Crater. Discover the culture and traditions of the Iraqw and Maasai tribes during cultural immersion experiences in local villages, and trace human history at Olduvai Gorge, where the discovery of ancestral fossils from several million years ago revolutionized our ideas about human origins. Experience Tanzania’s exceptional wildlife and fascinating cultures
Tanzania offers many contrasting African cultural experiences. With a population of around 50 million, the majority of whom are living in rural areas; it’s possible to interact with a wide variety of people. Tanzania offers real insights into many different cultures, backgrounds and religions. Across Tanzania the cultural groups and traditional practices differ greatly. A few examples of these contrasting groups are the iconic Maasai people who live mostly in northern Tanzania, the largely Muslim population of Zanzibar, and the waMeru people who settled at the base of Mount Meru hundreds of years ago, to name but a few.
Experience the charm of the friendly Tanzanian people first-hand. There are several cultural heritage sites scattered throughout the country where you can spend from ½ day to a week with one of the 120 distinct ethnic groups making up the population. At the sites, you will encounter natural beauty, including rain forests, big waterfalls, magnificent views, lots of wildlife, and, of course, the charming Tanzanians themselves! Your cultural tour will directly support the villages’ desire to become more self-sufficient, preserve their indigenous culture, and aid environmental conservation efforts.
Cultural Tourism Program Sites include :
Babati and Hanang, Engaruka, Ilkiding’a, Gezaulole, Kisangara, Longido, Machame, Mamba and Marangu, Mbeya, Mkuru, Mto wa Mbu, Mulala, Ng’Iresi, Northern Pare Mts,. Pangani, Southern Pare Mts., Western Usambara .