We offer organized Tanzania Cultural Safaris that will immerse travelers in the real Tanzanian culture. The trip includes a visit to Chaga tribes, Masai tribes, and Hadzabes bushmen tribes.
Small groups of hadzabe bushmen live around lake eyasi. Their language resembles the click languages of other bushmen further south in the kalahari. Their small population was seriously threatened, in particular during the period when Julius Nyerere tried to introduce his ujuma policy. The tribe resisted the forcible settlement policies and nowadays most of their children have never seen a doctor or school – the bush provides for all their needs.
Tourists will see their simple bush homes where the tree canopy alone or a cave provides them shelter. They live entirely off the bush and from hunting, generally small antelopes and baboons. In rainy seasons, gazelles and antelopes come down from the Ngorongoro or Serengeti to their lush bush lands thereby offering them richer pickings. In the recent past, their hunting activities were resented by trophy hunters and tried to stop their “illegal” hunting.
A seven day packaged safari to Hazyview area of the Kruger National Park and the Natal wetlands. On this packaged safari, guests stay at the popular Hippo Hollow Lodge or similar, situated near Hazyview on a half board basis. The package includes transportation and all game drives are conducted in open 4X4 safari vehicles inside the Kruger National Park. The guests then move on Hluhluwe (half board basis) for a couple of days, where they will experience a true Zululand experience before returning to Johannesburg.
Discover preserved rich culture and traditions and interact with the tribes of Northern Namibia. Namibia is one of the best safari destinations, from the picturesque sceneries to its rich wildlife but it is not all that it can offer. Visit the Ngonga homestead and observe the different demonstrations on wheat crushing, basket weaving, hair braiding, possibly traditional dancing, and music, etc.
Tanzania is one of the best countries in Africa to witness the wildebeest migration. This tour combines Serengeti wildebeest migration with a cultural hike as well as game drive viewing in Ngorongoro and Lake Manyara National Park. Accommodation will be at Serena Lodges, known for their cozy ambience and facility. Indeed, a safari package with all the things you need for that well-deserved safari holiday.
This safari starts with a visit to Omwami’s palace in Nyanza, continuing to the locally revered hot springs of Rugarama near Nyungwe Forest in South West of Rwanda, the largest afro-montane forest in Central Africa. With over 10000sq.km in size, Nyungwe – the undisputed giant in Central Africa – is rich in birds, butterflies, over 300 bird species including albetine endemic species and a habituated families of chimpanzees, monkeys and other primates.
We proceed to Gisenyi, where Ross Carr’s orphanage is found. We explore Gisenyi and enjoy the lake breeze from Lake Kivu. We continue North, to Ruhengeri at the base of Parc Des Volcans as our base to explore this part of Rwanda where we track mountain gorillas, visit local communities including the Batwa pigmies. In Kigali, we can have an optional city tour such as museum visits or craft shop excursions.
This tour explores the history and culture of Rwandan people.You will visit Kigali, the modern capital city of Rwanda as well as the genocide memorial at Gisozi depicting Rwandas dark recent history. Other places to be visited are local markets, the kings palace reminiscent of the old Rwanda before colonialism, Ross Carr’s flower farm and orphanage, and Lake Kivu in Gisenyi. In Ruhengeri/Musanze, we visit local communities and of course, the most tracking of mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.
Interact with the tribes of Northern and Southern Namibia and discover preserved rich culture and traditions. Namibia is one of the best safari destinations, from the picturesque sceneries to its rich wildlife but it is not all that it can offer. Visit the Ngonga homestead and observe the different demonstrations on wheat crushing, basket weaving, hair braiding, possibly traditional dancing and music etc.
The 5 days’ highlight Safari includes the source of the world’s longest river, Source of the Nile, the beautiful Sipi Falls, the ancient Batwa writings, artistic Paintings at Nyero, the Arial views of Soroti Town, the unmatched Kidepo National Park and the top list of Uganda’s cultural experience with the Karamojong’s.
This is a safari like no other highlighting the top destination in the eastern and northern Uganda tailored to suit your personal interest.
Kidepo Valley National Park lies in the rugged, semi-arid valleys between Uganda’s borders with Sudan and Kenya, some 700km from Kampala. Gazetted as a national park in 1962, it has a profusion of big game and hosts over 77 mammal species as well as around species. It's one of Africa’s most magnificent wildernesses, with big game favorites Elephants, Giraffes, Elands, Hyenas, Cheetah, buffaloes, Ostriches and a variety of bird species.
Highlights of this Namibian guided adventure include exploring the world-famous sand dunes in the Namib Desert, visiting seal colonies on the Skeleton Coast, searching for desert-dwelling elephants in Damaraland, and getting up close and personal with big cats at the AfriCat Foundation at Okonjima.
14 Days Ultimate Tanzania Safari tour will let you see wild animals, plants, wildlife habitat, bush, birds, rocks Serengeti kopjes, geographical features, local people and much more. Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Ndutu and Serengeti wildlife safari are in the itinerary designed to give you maximum wild animals exposure, wilderness camps, private tour, nature admires cultural tourism to experience the lives of local people.
Highlights of this Namibian guided adventure include exploring the world-famous sand dunes in the Namib Desert, visiting Seal colonies on the Skeleton Coast, searching for desert-dwelling Elephants in Damaraland, and getting up close and personal with big cats at the AfriCat Foundation at Okonjima and in the Etosha.
Cultural tours in Kenya provide a personal insight into some of the 42 different native tribes, their beliefs, and their traditions. The cities and townships of Kenya represent a unique culture of their own. Each metropolis represents an interesting blend of cultures and ethnic creeds that is reflected in the architecture, food, art, clothing and much more. Additionally, a portion of the fees collected by your safari accommodation in Kenya during your safari activities are dedicated to the local communities for education, health, and special projects to improve the quality of life. These funds supplement the income the communities receive through employment at camps and lodges in Kenya. The itinerary is culturally sensitive so your visit has little to no impact on the community and its people.
The two most common tribes you’ll come across on this cultural tour are the Maasai and Samburu people. These tribes are believed to share a common ancestry and have managed to keep their customs and traditions mostly intact through the years. Other cultures that you may interact with are the Swahilis in their small coastal towns.