It will take you approximately one hour drive from Kilimanjaro International Airport to reach Arusha City. This vibrant city has unlimited safari expeditions departing to all major parks in the Northern circuit. A safari capital of Tanzania which is close to Serengeti National Park (voted world best safari destination of 2019), renowned landscape Ngorongoro Crater (Unesco World Heritage Centre) and Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa highest peak 5895 a.s.l).  Arusha is worth

Located just off the main safari route Tarangire National Park is a nice and lovely park in Northern Tanzania. It’s a two hours’ drive from Arusha town makes it one of the very easily accessible park. Tarangire National Park is often unnoticed in favor of the Serengeti or Ngorongoro Crater, making it feels like the park is your private reserve. There is plenty to see and a lot of different

Another fascinating ethnic group found in Tanzania is a small tribe of hunter-gatherers who live in the eastern rift valley in the northern part of the country, the Hadza people. They live near the salty shores of Lake Eyasi which depending on the amount of annual rains it may completely dry up in the dry season. Hadza speaks a click language, similar to other Khoisan speakers found in Southern Africa

Perhaps the best known of Tanzania tribes, the Maasai tribe, nomadic people whose style of life has remained essentially unchanged for generations. Even with education, civilization and western cultural influences, the Maasai people have held to their traditional way of life, making them a symbol of Tanzania culture. Historically Maasai are a Nilotic people indigenous to the African Great Lakes region, their roots can be traced back to South Sudan.