Cultural Tours In Tanzania
Tanzania’s people are as diverse as the country that they inhabit- 120 tribes exist with differing culture social organisation and language.
Adopted in 1963 as the national language KiSwahili is now spoken by more than 98% of the population. The vast majority of Tanzanians live in rural areas and are subsistence farmers or livestock keepers.
About a dozen tribes form half of the country’s population and no one ethnic group is large enough to dominate this has resulted in a balance of power throughout the country; which has eliminated the ethnic conflict found elsewhere in Africa.
We are big fans of cultural tourism in Tanzania -by empowering local communities to showcase their tribe and culture allows toursits to have a more balanced glimpse of life in Tanzania. This type of tourism allows visitors to experience authentic, indigenous cultures by combining nature, scenery, folklore, rituals, art & crafts, ceremonies, dances and local hospitality of Tanzania to give a unique perspective into the daily lives of the local people, simultaneously allowing them to experience the wildlife safari in tanzania as well as learning about the people.
Cultural Tours In Tanzania Highlights
The Hadzabe tribe are located in the northern tanzania area beside lake Eyasi. These are related to the Bushmen of South Africa. The Datoga tribe is similar to Hadzabe as in they are also a nomadic tribe but while the former comprises of herdsmen, the latter primarily comprises of hunters and gatherers. The Datoga tribe is concentrated at the territorial borders with Masai land. There are a few hundred people that form the tribe which has neither agriculture nor livestock but is one of the simplest form of society based on hunting and gathering food.
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