Tanzania
Monduli District

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7 travelers at this place:

  • Day20

    Meet the Masai

    October 25, 2017 in Tanzania

    The Masai are pretty much still living as they did all the time. During all our travels I am not sure we’ve seen another indigenous tribe that is still sticking to its culture as much as the Masai do, still drinking a glas of cow blood with milk every morning and living a semi nomadic live. Okay, you can also find them in the local pub at night playing pool, but even there they are wearing Masai dresses.

    One day we did a quick trip to a Masai Village with dancing, singing and jumping Masai people. They gave us Masai clothes and we were allowed to join the dancing - fun! We were even asked if we wanted to drink some blood 🍷 but we politely negated.

    This Thursday was Masai market day, a big happening, where all the Masai from the surrounding lands meet up, selling their goods, jewelry and the famous indestructible Masai shoes, made from motorbike tires!

    Masai culture experience ☑️
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  • Day20

    Mto wa Mbu & Lake Manyara

    October 25, 2017 in Tanzania

    This place has a weird name meaning „River of Mosquitos“, however, although it rained the last days, the mosquito situation could be worse.

    We are staying in the Maryland Guest House, a nice place just outside the village.

    Today we rented bikes, went to Lake Manyara (there are millions of flamingos) and did a culture tour (rice talk, wood carving, painting and banana beer making & drinking).

    It was a fun day, although I am still having issues with the price, there might be a chance „Forest“ is a rich man now 😡😂✌️

    On our last day, we visited the local Masai market and we were randomly invited to a families home for a chat, lots of photos and some banana soup.
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  • Day41

    Manyarameer- nasionale park

    October 21, 2016 in Tanzania

    Dié park is bekend vir sy leeus wat hou van boomklim, maar ons was nie so gelukkig nie. Ons ry tot by die warmbron (wat 'n ou se vinger sommer ordentlik brand wanneer jy "gou voel hoe voel dit"), sien duisende pelikane en flaminke, plus wild soos buffel, olifant, rooibok, Thompson's gazelle, bosbok, sebra, wildebees en ander. Ons voëllys groei ook, met nuwe spesies muisvoël en houtkapper uniek aan die streek. Vir laatontbyt maak ons French toast by 'n piekniekplek. Môre ry ons Ngorongoro toe, waar dinge begin ernstig raak.Read more

  • Day1

    Mto Wa Mbu

    December 27, 2017 in Tanzania

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  • Day10

    Tag 1 - SafariTrip - Tarangire NP

    February 9 in Tanzania

    Heute ging es gegen 8.30 mit dem Auto Richtung Tarangire Nationalpark!
    Der Nationalpark ist vor allem für die vielen Elefanten bekannt, aber wir haben auch sehr viele andere Tiere gesehen!
    Wir waren 7 Mädels, Johnson (unser guide) und William (unser Koch). In unserem LandCruiser sind wir durch den Park gefahren und Johnson hat uns zu jedem Tier, das wir gesehen haben, ein paar Sachen erzählt. Wirklich interessant!
    Gesehen haben wir vor allem Elefanten, Waterbacks, Strauße, Affen, Antilopen, Löwen, Warzenschweine und natürlich ganz viele Vögel. Sogar Johnson war überrascht, dass wir so viel gesehen haben, da man normalerweise dort fast nur Elefanten vorfindet!

    Abends ging es dann zur „Njake Jambo Camp Site“ wo wir unsere Zelte aufstellten. Sowohl das Essen als auch die Nacht dort war sehr gut!
    Nun steht die Serengeti morgen an!

    (Der Footprint ist in der Camp Site gesetzt)
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