Tanzania Safari Near Maasai Villages/Maasai Village
If you like adventure, then you will love going on safari in the Great Rift Valley close to Maasai villages/Maasai village, where you can meet the Lake Eyasi and Hadzabe bushmen and get up close with amazing creatures such as elephants, flamingos and lions.
During your trip to Tanzania, you will encounter two of the country’s most intriguing cultures when you meet the Lake Eyasi and Hadzabe bushmen. You will also have the opportunity to see breathtaking scenery, go volcano hopping with the Masai and meet lions and the elephants of Tarangire.
If you fancy visiting Maasai villages/Maasai village, then why not add this trip to your itinerary too? It costs just $300 per day, including most of your food and all of the accommodation. You can also pay $2,950 each an 11-day safari and $3,850 for a 14-day trip.
Trip of a Lifetime
These costs assume that two will be sharing a room but solo travellers can upgrade for a small single supplement fee. Throughout your trip, you will stay in a private family home, guesthouse hotel, a catered camp and an eco camp and when you are camping you have the option of your own tent.
This trip is a life-changing experience that anyone who loves adventure and nature will never forget. If you love wildlife, discovering new cultures and gazing at beautiful landscapes, then book your place on the trip today.
The stunning sights of the Great Rift Valley are a short journey from Maasai villages/Maasai village and your safari will be based at the family home of Felix and Nancy and their two children.
About Maasai Villages/Maasai Village
The Maasai (sometimes spelled “Masai” or “Masaai”) are a Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people located in Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are among the best known of African ethnic groups, due to their distinctive customs and dress and residence near the many game parks of East Africa. They speak Maa, a member of the Nilo-Saharan language family that is related to Dinka and Nuer, and are also educated in the official languages of Kenya and Tanzania: Swahili and English. The Maasai population has been reported as numbering 840,000 in Kenya in the 2009 census, compared to 377,000 in 1989 and 400,000 in 2000.
About Tanzania Rift Valley Safari
The Rift Valley lakes are a group of lakes in the East African Rift which runs through the whole eastern side of the African continent from north to south. These lakes include some of the oldest, largest and deepest lakes in the world, and many are freshwater ecoregions of great biodiversity, while others are alkaline “soda lakes” supporting highly specialised organisms. An unusual and off the beaten track journey around the Great Rift Valley gives you the best of Tanzania’s wildlife, an intimate view into two of their most fascinating cultures and some of the most awesome landscapes on earth.