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Rift Valley Cultural

Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania
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About Rift Valley Cultural
"Ethnic – Cultural Experiences "We tried to experiment and create route plans that put the traveler in touch with the Cultural aspect of each route in Mto Wa Mbu and T'loma-Karatu . Our purpose is to give the opportunity to experience each local activity as a traveler and not as a tourist, with curiosity and respect for different cultures in our villages. Our routes are well organized by hand with the utmost. The summary of our offered activities is as following: #Mt bike tour#Local family meals#Village walks#Nature walks#Trekking tour.#Organizing local adventure tours in Northern circuit Tanzania.#Tuktuk tour around the villages.#Overnight at Maasai village #Hadzabe Hunting=Hunter gathers#The Datoga are pastoralist; they are good at making local weapons from blacksmith#Coffee farm tour, Iraqui boma.#Banana local BEER and banana plantation tour.#Mto wa Mbu town tour and local farms.
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Haydaru wrote a review Jul 2019
Istanbul, Turkey58 contributions4 helpful votes
We had the pleasure of enjoying the company of Franky our 24/7 guide in Mto wa Mbu and a driver hired from the same company, on our three day visit. Franky took good care of us, and attended to our comforts from the airport pickup to the final greeting before our Safari. I would recommend the stay in Mto wa Mbu as a separate thing from your safari tour package, as the tour operators will only take you to plain lodges and touristy Masai villages. In the day time our driver and Franky (local guide) from Rift Valley Cultural, followed us and introduced us to small pubs, villages, plantations, rented bikes and took us hiking. All in all a wonderful experience.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Florian wrote a review Apr 2019
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Traveling with a group of friends, we stayed for a couple of days at lake Manyara. On the first day we went to see a Masai village and on the second day we were on a safari. Our guide, Philipo, who was completely fluent in English, was very knowledgeable and approachable at all times. As a consequence we not only learned a lot about wildlife but also had several conversations about understanding different cultural perspectives. We finished the trip with very tasty local food and a cold beer. A truly memorable experience. Highly recommended! Thank you Philipo!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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kimanip wrote a review Oct 2018
Nairobi, Kenya12 contributions7 helpful votes
I took a an excursion in Mto wa Mbu last year November with Rift Valley cultural safaris. The experience was an imaginable. The biking, the food and beer tasting were great. I will highly recommend Phillip (Guide).
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Passies2010 wrote a review Sep 2018
Utrecht, The Netherlands32 contributions1 helpful vote
First day we had an amazing walk through bananaplantage and the local market. Tourguides know much and speak German/Englisch. They let us tasted food at the market. Second day we had an mountainbike tour. We wanted to go to the waterfall and that was no problem. The waterfall was wonderfull en we could clime to it. Thank our guides for this amazing experience. We would never see this things without a guide.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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