Tanzania with Mount Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar, Tanzania is endowed with some of the worlds most amazing attractions. Visitors will no doubt want to experience these sights but it would be heartbreaking if they were to leave Tanzania without realising the other treasures awaiting discovery. With bountiful ways to experience the culture, interact with locals and enjoy the magnificent scenery in many places, tourists could easily spend a few more days, weeks or even months in Tanzania complimenting their mountain climb or Tanzania cultural safari, thus making their visit much more complete and rewarding. Foreigners now have the opportunity to choose from a variety of cultural safari and tours organised by local people through the Tanzania cultural tourism safari programme.
Tanzania In many areas, rural life is an attraction on its own. Carefully cultivated plots and lush tropical vegetation form a backdrop for simple Masai traditional houses. Masai women in colourful dresses carry buckets of water and bunch of firewood back home. Masai villagers participate in development projects, from irrigation systems to primary schools. The people are willing to receive tourists and show them daily life, culture safari and scenery in their villages. They see tourism as an activity that can create employment and generate income, which can be used for improving their living conditions.
All Tanzania Cultural Safari the part profit will be used to subsidise local villages cultural, various women and youth development activities within the area were we will run our Tanzania cultural safari.