Today you will bike to the coast of Africa’s most majestic lakes and get an opportunity to view wildlife like zebras, giraffes, hippos and water buffalos at close range in this corridor of migration between the national parks. After that before continue to the Miwaleni waterfalls will enjoy a delicious home cooked meal in a local mama’s home. Over lunch, a guide will provide a history of the region and the many local tribes. Expect to leave with a full stomach, many great stories, and African new friends. After lunch and relaxing will now continue biking to the impressive lake and Waterfall both lined with thriving papyrus plants. At night leopards and hippo frequent the area, but during the day visitors can swim in refreshing pool beneath the falls.
In this day while biking you will also get an inside look at the homes and exquisite crafts of Mto wa Mbu’s many tribes where you will get a chance to meet locals and learn about banana beer, Makonde wood carvings, and the tribe painting techniques, kisu and tingatinga. A stroll through the village provide a great introduction to everyday life in Africa. Will experience the innovative farming practices of Mto wa Mbu villagers and Learn about irrigation system that sustains local crops including the 30 varieties of bananas.
Grade: Moderate Adventure