With plentiful ways to experience the culture, we give you a chance to interact with locals and enjoy the glorious scenery in many places, In many areas, rural life is an attraction on its own. Carefully cultivated plots and lush tropical vegetation form surroundings for simple traditional houses. Women in colourful dresses carry buckets of water and bunch of firewood back home. Villagers participate in development projects, from irrigation systems to primary schools.
According to the World Tourism Organization, sustainable tourism should lead to the "management of all resources in such a way that economic, social and aesthetic needs can be fulfilled while maintaining cultural integrity, essential ecological processes, biological diversity and life support systems". The people are willing to receive tourists and show them daily life, culture and scenery in their villages.
They see tourism as an activity that can create employment and generate income, which can be used for improving their living conditions. Our cultural safaris let you walk and live with the Maasai, visit their traditional bomas (settlements), traditional medicine walks, hunting with the Hadzabe bushmen, gather roots and seeds with the Datoga women or fish the way of the wafipa tribes. It’s the grass roots of any East African safari.