You'll be picked up after breakfast from your Moshi or Arusha accommodation and head to the nearby town of Marangu..
Your tour includes time with the Hadzabe, Chaga, Datoga, Maasai, and Iraqw people - a melting pot of cultures bound to fascinate!
You'll be picked up after breakfast from your Moshi or Arusha accommodation and head to the nearby town of Marangu.
Your one-day tour to the sleepy mountain town of Marangu includes:
Your day trip also includes a local lunch.
In the evening, you'll retire to your Arusha or Moshi accommodations to get some rest.
You'll set off after breakfast and make the roughly two-hour drive north to the bustling market town of Mto Wa Mbu.
Start your day with a guided walking or tuk-tuk tour of the village. Your tour will take you through local farms, homes, schools, and more as you get a glimpse at local life for working Tanzanians.
After a delicious local lunch, you'll continue on to your accommodation to get some rest.
Optional: You might wish to spend your afternoon on a Lake Manyara cycling tour or an afternoon game drive through nearby Lake Manyara National Park.
You’ll be in for a day of cultural discovery today, as you’ll make the short trip to Ol Masera’s neighboring Maasai village for a glimpse into traditional Maasai life.
You’ll visit a Maasai boma, see a performance of traditional dance, interact with the locals, and enjoy a local lunch, and even try your hand at spear throwing.
You'll visit with two of Tanzania's lesser-known tribes today, paying visits to both the Iraqw and Datoga people who call the Lake Eyasi region home.
Learn more about these two fascinating tribal cultures before continuing on to your Lake Eyasi accommodation to relax.
You'll want an early night tonight, as tomorrow sees you up at the crack of dawn!
You'll be up before breakfast today, as you'll be joining the Hadzabe bushmen for the opportunity to hunt for your own food!
One of the last true bushman tribes in Africa, the Hadzabe live very much as they always have despite the rapid development of Tanzania. With only 2,000 members, the Hadzabe tribe are a fascinating people who offer us a window into how life in Tanzania was in the past.
The local hunters will prepare a demonstration of hunting techniques just for us. Far from being a mere performance, this display reveals a great deal about their everyday lives when they must hunt for animals to feed their families. You will see firsthand how the Hadzabe use distinctive motions and even the body parts of certain animals to lure their prey close enough that they can be brought down with hand-crafted poisons.
After a late breakfast, you'll have the opportunity for a drive around Lake Eyasi proper. While this shallow soda lake is not home to the same variety of wildlife you'll find in a national park, you'll have the chance to spot a variety of bird and mammal life. On occasion, flamingos and hippos even call the lake home.
In the afternoon, you'll return to Arusha.