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To hear the story about the Masai tribe told to us by one of them.
It is a show for tourists and it feels like it. Song and dance and all about men and their warriors. Not much about the women who do all the...More
We saw the natives in their homes. The natives put on a tribal dance for us and showed us their mud hut type homes. Very rustic.
However they did try yo sell us their so called home made crafts at over priced prices. That was...More
Our ranger told us to take tour of a Masai village, just $30 each. Enjoyed dancing and learning about the people. But, people asked for my watch and my cellphone. Wanted donation for school, but cash under the table only. Got pressured to buy over...More
Worth a visit to a Masai Village to experience their way of living. You'll get a lovely tour of the local village and see their huts etc.
Do note that any purchase made from the local village contributes to the community. However, you will have...More
A very prominent tribe of Kenya, the Masais are a colourful lot. They are gradually coming out of their primitive existence and moving away from their traditional occupations. What is noteworthy is that most Kenyans try to assist this tribe economically so that they can...More
We visited a Maasai Village just outside of the Ngorongoro crater. It was a very interesting experience that we are glad that we did but expect to leave with a much lighter wallet! It cost $50 for a car and you were then expected to...More
Greeted by several dances by Masai Tribe members, followed by fire making demonstration using cow dung. Visited elementary school house and then invited by pairs into typical house made from cow dung and wood. Afterwards we were lead to "craft area" where our hosts tried...More
We were three persons.
We felt like we were in the zoo
They ask for 100 usd.
It is good to go if you are in a group and not a small group
They do give a fullhearted performance anx answer all the questions
The village and the people were super. Getting to visit their homes and talk to them about daily lives was fun. It was comfortable and interesting, but... when you go to their "market" be aware that they are selling you things they make, but at...More
The Maasai are an indigenous African ethnic group of semi-nomadic people located in northern Tanzania. Due to their distinctive customs and dress and residence near the many game parks of East Africa, they are among the most well-known African ethnic groups internationally. They speak Maasai...More