Visit Natives works closely with Maasai from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This tour is planned and provided by Maasai warriors. Our mission is to make tourism more fair and sustainable for indigenous peoples like the Maasai. This is a real adventure and based on warriors real life. Besides living their culture close, you will encounter and see many wild animals and the most beautiful African nature in Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Ngorongoro Crater. There are no better guides than the native Maasai warriors from Ngorongoro to make this once-in-a-lifetime trip!
We will pick you up from Kilimanjaro International airport and transfer you to a four-star safari lodge. Together, we will dine in a local restaurant.
Herding with the Maasai begins! We will start our journey early in the morning when we head to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. You will meet the Maasai warriors at Nainokanoka Maasai village. From now on, you will sleep in the wild African bush in a tent.
You will herd the cattle in the savanna with the Maasai warriors.
You will spend another day herding the cattle in the savanna with the Maasai warriors.
You will head back to Nainokanoka village and stay overnight in the Maasai warriors' bush camp near the village where you will celebrate your last night with the Maasai warriors. The warriors will slaughter a goat and make their famous Maasai bush barbecue, accompanied by Maasai singing and dancing.
Before heading back to Arusha you will go to the Ngorongoro Crater which is the world’s largest intact caldera from a long-extinct volcano. Ngorongoro is home to about 26,000 wild creatures that live within the safety of the caldera walls. You can observe elephants, black rhinoceroses, leopards, buffalo, zebras, warthogs, gnu (wildebeests), Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelles, and the densest population of lions in the world. At night, you will head back to Arusha to your hotel.read more
We will transfer you back to the Kilimanjaro airport.
In a tent (single share)
2 nights in a 4-start lodge in Arusha (double share)
You have a private chef who prepares all the food (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) You have tea, coffee, and bottled mineral water at all times
A private four-wheel vehicle. While walking you have two pack animals (donkeys)
All camping supplies provided (tent, mattress, sleeping bag and a pillow)
The nearest airport is Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA), Tanzania
You can apply for the tourist visa when you arrive at the KIA airport or you can apply online. Visa costs ($50-100 USD)
A single supplement in lodges in Arusha costs $100 USD extra.
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