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Tanzania Culture Tours

Do you want to go on an off-the-beaten-path adventure to meet the people of an unknown region?

Do you want to discover Tanzania Culture Tours?
Do you want to have a unique experience, learn about another culture, and discover new values, but lack the time or knowledge to plan your trip?

Kilimanjaro Neli Climbing & Safaris assists you in carrying out this adventure and introduces you to a holiday in immersion, all within the framework of responsible tourism.

Kilimanjaro Neli Climbing & Safaris offers you unique trips to the heart of your desires, as well as à la carte stays, unusual trips, themed stays, and itineraries “just for you,” all of which you will complete in complete safety thanks to our local guides.

A new expedition during the trekking adventure and discovery of local culture with nights at the local inhabitants.  A special circuit in direct contact with nature and the local population for lovers of solidarity tourism.

an extraordinary stay awaits you.

 You will especially meet smiling and welcoming people.

 (Masai, Dactoga, Hadzabe and Meru)


  Visit their habitat, and discover their culture firsthand, through metalworking.  Artisans discovery that will add to your cultural experience at Lake Eyasi.


              Safari option 

 We suggest you extend your stay to enjoy a safari over 4 days and two nights in Serengeti Park and one night in Ngorongoro Park

Olduvai Gorge

The gorge is named after the Maasai word oldupai, which means “place of the wild sisal,” because the East African wild sisal (Sansevieria ehrenbergii) grows abundantly throughout the gorge area. The gorge, located 25 kilometers downstream of Lake Ndutu and Lake Masek, cuts into Pleistocene lake bed sediments to a depth of 90 meters. A side gorge formed by Lemagrut Mountain joins the main gorge 8 kilometers from the mouth.
The gorge’s stratigraphic sequence is up to 90 meters thick, with a welded tuff, the Naabi ignimbrite, forming the base. This is covered by a series of lava flows from Otmoi as well as another source to the south.

The Olduvai Gorge, also known as the Oldupai Gorge in Tanzania, is one of the world’s most important paleoanthropological sites; the many sites exposed by the gorge have proven invaluable in furthering understanding of early human evolution. It is a steep-sided ravine in the Great Rift Valley that stretches across East Africa, about 48 kilometers (30 miles) long, and is located in the eastern Serengeti Plains within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the Olbalbal ward located in the Ngorongoro District of Arusha Region, about 45 kilometers (28 miles) from Laetoli, another important archaeological locality of early human occupation.

Old Boma Museum

For a more in-depth look at local wildlife, taxidermy, entomology, and evolution, visit the Old Boma Museum. This diverse museum houses a number of exhibits, including those devoted to human evolution and African fossil discoveries.
One of the three structures is dedicated to wildlife, another to the history of the region’s events, and the third to archaeological history.

9 Days Culture Tours

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