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Leaving your footprint and direct touch Tanzania local communities
Visit the Maasai tribe to learn about their culture, history and traditions; let them take you on a nature walk or bike tour through Maasailand, take part in a spear throwing competition or join the women in a workshop to craft traditional bead work. Gain an authentic insight into their way of life and stay in traditional Maasai bomas (with Western amenities).
Accompany the Hadzabe bushmen, one of the world’s last remaining hunter-gatherer tribes, on a morning hunt, and let them teach you all about their time-honored hunting techniques, survival skills, food preparation and cultural norms. This is one of the most sensitive cultural encounters available in the world today. The essence of Hadzabe culture can be summed up in one word: harmony. They live in harmony with each other, nature and themselves.
African Local Food
Learn how to prepare local food and enjoy the really taste of delicious Makonde.
Makande is one of the common African food and affordable for the almost many families although sometimes takes time to prepare but extremely delicious. The food is original from dry cones( Maize ) and dry beans. Karibu!
Education and Community
Take part in the day-to-day life of students by participating in a school-based itinerary offering a variety of activities (tour the school campus, sample traditional Tanzanian lunch with the students, attend a weekly assembly and watch dance and music performances etc.); learn firsthand about the successes and challenges of education in rural Tanzania.
Spend an afternoon or entire day with babies and children at a local orphanage.
Give a Little. Change a Lot.
Visit a home that enables children to recover after they have had surgery and make a transformative impact on the lives of Tanzanian children with disabilities.
Give the gift of light to families in remote villages living without electricity.