The Maasai are a semi-nomadic ethnic group that primarily inhabits parts of Kenya and Tanzania in East Africa. They are known for their distinctive clothing, which consists of brightly colored shukas (cloths) wrapped around their bo…
The Maasai are a semi-nomadic ethnic group that primarily inhabits parts of Kenya and Tanzania in East Africa. They are known for their distinctive clothing, which consists of brightly colored shukas (cloths) wrapped around their bodies, as well as their beadwork jewelry and hairstyles.
Traditionally, the Maasai relied on their livestock, particularly cattle, for their livelihoods. They are skilled herders and have a deep cultural connection to their animals. However, in recent years, many Maasai have had to adapt to changes in the modern world, including restrictions on land use and the encroachment of urbanization.
Day trip according to the itinerary
Transportation to monduli
Meals according to the itinerary
Unlimited game drive in the control area
All mentioned activities
Tour not Included:
Alcoholic and soft drinks
Free cancellation for this day trip
You can book this tour by depositing 10% through online payment or bank transfer and 90% on arrival day by cash or online payment via credit card with company links of bank dancing Simba safaris
DAY TRIP ARUSHA MASAI VILLAGE MONDULI
We will pick you up from your accommodation in Arusha and begin our safari to monduli district Tanzania is a melting pot of around 120 peacefully co-existing ethnic groups. Of these, the tribe you’re most likely to have heard about is the Maasai. The Maasai have a rich cultural tradition and this includes crafts such as beautiful beadwork and intricate hairstyles that articulate the wearer’s position and stage of life this tour gives you an in-depth experience of authentic Maasai culture and traditions. You’ll spend a day and overnight with the Maasai people in the 100% traditionally built Maasai Village. Here is where you’ll get to know Maasai art and dance, spiritual customs, medical and herbal practices, crafts, and, of course, their hearty and tasty cuisine. You’ll be shown around the village with its teeny-tiny museum, and you’ll enjoy an herbal walk in the bush, guided by Maasai herbal specialists also here you will see a lot of wild animals you can spot giraffes, antelopes, and other later we will drive back to Arusha town for your accommodation or drop you to the airport for your evening flight