If you have a passion to experience different cultures and learn more about their way of life, why not visit some of Tanzania's beautiful people? During this 5-day safari, you will spend time with the Chagga people and Maasai Tribe near Moshi and the Hadzabe and Datooga people of Lake Eyasi. You will also visit the Ngorongoro Crater and witness amazing wildlife in their natural environment. This adventure will create memories to last a lifetime!
*Each private luxury tour is custom to the wishes of each client.
This itinerary is a sample.
DAY 1: Arrival Day
Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport, your Tour guide driver will transfer you to your hotel. Here you will receive an orientation regarding your upcoming safari, rest and overnight.
DAY 2: Arusha - Ngorongoro Crater Tour
After breakfast we travel to Ngorongoro Conservation Area and descend into the crater. We'll spend the entire day exploring this beautiful area. The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera that is 20 kilometres in diameter and covers an area of 300 square kilometres. It is filled with history, stunning views and many large wild animals. The Cape buffalo, black rhinoceros and hippopotamus may be spotted here. You may also have the opportunity of seeing lions and elephants. It is a unique environment where the Maasai people live among these majestic creatures. Afternoon lunchbox will be provided. Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro.
DAY 3: Lake Eyasi - Hadzabe + Datooga Tribes
The Hadzabe and Datooga people of Lake Eyasi are fascinating tribes.The Hadzabe people live solely off the land as hunters and gatherers. You'll have the opportunity to visit them, experience their way of life and hear their unique way of communication which resembles a ‘clicking’ sound. Embark on an adventurous morning hunt with the skilled Hadzabe Tribe and learn how they craft their own weapons and spears. In the afternoon, meet the Datooga people.Take part in their bracelet making traditions and receive a lesson on how they ground maize by hand. Lunchbox will be provided. In the evening we drive to Moshi for dinner and overnight.
DAY 4 : Materuni Waterfalls, Chagga Tribe + Coffee Tour
Today, we take a short drive towards Materuni. Hike through the village as you make your way to the waterfalls. This village is home to the Chagga tribe who are famously known for their great tasting coffee. Here you will learn exactly how coffee is made and even enjoy the opportunity to make a cup for yourself! Spend your day hiking through lush forests and cooling off under the waterfalls. Dinner and overnight at Maasai Boma (house) with possible evening activities.
DAY 5 : Maasai Cultural Tour - Chemka Hot Springs - Moshi
Spend the day with the beautiful Maasai people, dressed in colourful clothing and handmade bead jewellery. You will have the opportunity to help with daily chores such as milking cows and fetching water. Explore more of the village while learning more about the daily lives of the Maasai people, as well as their activities, traditions and rituals. Get a chance to purchase handmade jewellery from the Maasai women before continuing to Chemka (Kikuletwa) Hot Springs. Here you can rest and relax before returning to Moshi town.
ESTIMATED PRICE PER PERSON
*high season price / based on 4 adults travelling together
ECONOMY USD $1275 / COMFORT USD $1475 / LUXURY USD $2015
Prices will vary depending on number of adults travelling together, personal preferences and requests and time of year you plan to visit.
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Airport-Hotel pick up / drop off transfers
Two nights hotel accommodation in Arusha (before / after safari)
Stay in economy, comfort or luxury lodge / tented camps (your choice)
Tour in Aloito Africa's custom 4X4 Jeep with pop-up open roof
Services of an experienced English safari tour guide & driver
Game viewing drives
Park and vehicle entrance fees
All meals on Safari
Bottled Drinking Water in Safari vehicle
Government taxes and local levies