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Tribal tales in Tanzania Safari

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  • Vacation Style Cultural and Historical Tours, Walking Safaris, Wildlife
      Camping Trek
    • Activity Level Leisurely
      1/8
    1. Day 1 Arusha

      Meet and transfer to Ilboru Safari Lodge for dinner and overnight in bungalows, set in luscious gardens. Accommodation: Ilboru Safari Lodge Meals: Dinner

    2. Day 2 Arusha – Marangu

      Take a day trip to Marangu in the foothills of Mt Kilimanjaro; home of the Chagga tribe. With a packed lunch and local guides, explore the Kinukamori Falls that are fed by the snows of Kilimanjaro. Afternoon visit to the traditional Chagga blacksmith workshop. Accommodation: Ilboru Safari Lodge Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    3. Day 3 Tarangire National Park

      Head into Tarangire National Park. Time to explore the diverse habitats in the park and its incredible wildlife. Accommodation: Tarangire Ndovu Camp or Maramboi Tented Camp Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    4. Day 4 Tarangire National Park

      Time to explore the diverse habitats in the park and its incredible wildlife. Accommodation: Tarangire Ndovu Camp or Maramboi Tented Camp Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    5. Day 5 Tarangire – Esilalei

      Transfer to Esilalei on the shores of Lake Manyara. Explore the nursery school, the nearby bomas and generally interact with the residents during their daily lives. Walk through the wilds around the camp to be shown the plants that the Maasai use for traditional medicines. Visit the village and take part in a traditional sing and dance (jumping!) display – the shrill voices of the warriors are embedded in the memory. Accommodation: Isoitok Camp Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    6. Day 6 Esilalei

      Explore the nursery school, the nearby bomas and generally interact with the residents during their daily lives. Walk through the wilds around the camp to be shown the plants that the Maasai use for traditional medicines. Visit the village and take part in a traditional sing and dance (jumping!) display – the shrill voices of the warriors are embedded in the memory. Accommodation: Isoitok Camp Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    7. Day 7 Lake Manyara – Lake Eyasi

      Short drive to Lake Manyara. Game drive with opportunities to view its unusual tree-climbing lions and large elephant population, rich bird life in the forests and thousands of flamingos on the soda lake. Walk through the treetops on the rope walkway. Transfer west into the prehistoric landscape of the Hadza tribe at Lake Eyasi. Traditional hunting and gathering ensures that we are witnessing ancient customs and traditions first hand. With this interaction, we experience the Hadza subsistent and nomadic lifestyle. Continue onto a Datoga traditional blacksmith and maize grounding display. Accommodation: Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    8. Day 8 Lake Eyasi

      Accommodation: Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

    9. Day 9 Ngorongoro Crater

      Transfer to Ngorongoro Crater and descend into the crater for spectacular scenery and game viewing in what has been described as the eighth wonder of the world. Return to crater highlands for afternoon bow and arrow practice. Accommodation: Acacia Farm Lodge

    10. Day 10 Ngorongoro – Arusha

      Enjoy a bird and butterfly guided walk then a short drive to nearby centre of Karatu and a leisurely walking safari through farms and villages on the rift valley escarpment. You discover the farming, irrigation and cattle husbandry techniques, visit houses and, if you want, sample local cuisine of the Iraqw tribe. There is also traditional wood-fired brick making, local musicians and you generally gain a deeper understanding of the lifestyle of the people who live here. Afterwards, return to Arusha for onward travel. Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

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