With over 120 ethnic groups, Tanzania is endowed with a diverse and rich cultural heritage. Visitors encounter authentic culture and experience the real daily lives of Tanzanians. Explore landscapes, scale heights, take part in dances and rituals, listen to traditional music and tales, taste local cuisine and beverages, and make handcrafts. Immerse yourself in the Tanzanian way of life.
While exploring Tanzania, you can go a little off the beaten track to meet some of the friendliest people in the world. Over a hundred Tanzanian villages welcome visitors to experience their unique cultures. Among the many ethnic groups are the Maasai, Chagga, Nilotes, Cushites, Hadzabe, Sukuma and Bantu. They will give you an authentic and unforgettable experience — plus you will have the satisfaction of knowing you have helped support local communities generate income and build sustainable livelihoods.
In Tanzania cultural Safari you can learn more about their locations, as well as home stay with the Tanzanian people is one of the most rewarding experiences you can have while on holiday in Tanzania.
The aim was and is to develop and promote cultural excursions, organized by local people in the natural environment where they live today. Cultural tourism development took an approach of Sustainable Pro-poor Tourism. This is a way of doing tourism so that it focuses specifically on unlocking opportunities for the poor to benefit more within tourism, rather than expanding the overall size of the sector.