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    LAKE ZONE CULTURAL PACKAGES:
    5 unique cultural tourism packages while in Lake Zone circuit of Tanzania!
    You are offered with an opportunity to visit special community-based people to people tourism. Please check the links below for details of specific cultural programme within the Lakezone circuit.

    KISESA CULTURAL TOURISM CENTRE
    Visit Kisesa Cultural Tourism and discover the Sukuma tribe of Tanzania. Our activities include visits to the traditional healer, the Kageye Historical site and women groups of traditional carving. Our program aims to benefit the local community.
    Karibu to Kisesa Cultural Tourism where you can discover the Sukuma people! Visit us to meet our traditional healer, learn and witness ancient doctorial practices

    Apart from witnessing the ancient inherited arts from our group (TUMAINI women art group) we also have UMOJA women handcraft group with modernized cultural arts. Book with us to witness the works of women groups and enjoy traditional lunch
    Do not get contented with verbal stories concerning slave trade locations; make tour with us to visit the place where this trade took place in Mwanza Tanzania. It is at Kageye Historical Site.

    Take time to explore the wonders of the Mwanza City. After exploring “jiwe kuu” THE BIG ROCK with its magnificent view around, explore a tremendous cave beneath, the cave in which the Sukuma Chief Mwanamalundi used to meet and chat with his friends. Contact us for unforgettable experience.

    BUTIAMA CULTURAL CENTRE:
    Butiama is the birthplace and burial location of the ‘Father of the Nation’, Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, the founding president of Tanzania who began his political career in the early 1950s, led Tanzanians to independence in 1961, and remained in politics until his voluntary retirement in 1985.

    Location & Getting There:
    Butiama located in the north-western side of Serengeti National Park about 60 kilometres from Ndabaka Gate, Western gate to the Serengeti National Park.
    Activities:

    • Visit to the mausoleum of Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere
    • Trekking up the Chamuriyo hill
    • Visit German soldiers hiding caves, graveyards and get a panoramic view of Lake Victoria, Serengeti plains and surrounding human settlements
    • Visit community development projects, local schools and health centres
    • Cotton Farm tour, experience cotton farming
    • Family Homestay with Wazanaki ethnic group to taste traditional food and unique lifestyle.

    IKOMA CULTURAL TOURISM PROGAMME
    Ikoma cultural tourism programme is located on the western side of Serengeti National Park. Ikoma people exposes to visitors their life experience in many ways to the attractions of visitors.

    Location & Getting There:
    Ikoma is located about 90 Kilometers from Ikoma gate, the western gate of Serengeti National Park.
    Activities:

    • Visit to Waikoma bomas
    • Visit to Ikoma cultural centre
    • Traditional Ikoma tribe dance
    • Homestay to Waikoma family to explore their life style
    • Active participate in traditional events and ceremonies
    • Visit community development project in the areas
    • Farm tour to practice agriculture

    SERENGETI CULTURAL TOURS
    Situated on the Western side of Serengeti National Park, 45Km from Ikoma gate, Serengeti Cultural Tourism Programme exposes visitors to the way of life of the Kurya people. Great landscape with iconic Kopjes which are habitat and breeding ground for various mammal species and other wildlife can be explored in different ways that makes you enjoy. The area around is live with wildlife and one part is a section of the Serengeti wildebeest Migration route where with proper timing, you will witness animals on the move to the Northern part of Serengeti ecosystem.

    The following are on offer:

    • Visit to Wakurya Bomas
    • Mugumu town tour
    • A visit to Serengeti Cultural centre
    • Camping at Serengeti Cultural centre
    • Traditional dancing of your choice among the 7 famous tribal dances around
    • Visit to traditional healer to learn how people have been treated from memorial times
    • Visit community development projects, local schools and health centres found in the area. See how people are struggling to overcome the big human enemies: Poverty, Illiteracy and Disease
    • Farm tour: see how people practice different forms of agriculture
    • A stay with Wakurya family to enjoy traditional food and their unique lifestyle

    There are various options for the tours:
    HALF DAY TOUR:
    Walk through Mugumu town, to the local market, precede to the local art gallery and local shoe makers. Proceed to local settlements in the town to Serengeti Cultural Centre where a collection of various traditional artifacts is found in a small Museum. Visit a large Kopje found in the village which is a breeding ground for various mammals and birds as well.

    FULL DAY TOUR:
    Walk to through a village and visit a traditional Wakurya boma, to explore the culture of the people who have coexisted for many years with migratory wild animals of Serengeti ecosystem. Visit the kopjes found on village land get an insight of small-scale farming by walking through small farms of millet, cassava and maize. Participate in various activities such as: grazing cattle in the field, milking cattle, fetching water from the river, participate in local food preparation. You can then visit a most respected traditional healer of the Wakurya tribe and listen to stories that make people understand African life in deep. Finally visit a local market with fresh farm produce and a cattle market found in our home town.

    TRADITIONAL DANCING:
    The energetic Wa-Kurya traditional dancers will give you an insight into Wakurya culture by their captivating songs and dancing. You can watch, experience and even participate in a variety of dances symbolising various occasions and traditional events such as: Dances for bride-price giving, circumcision, marriage ceremony, warriors’ victory celebration after winning a war, ceremony for retirement of a chief and other traditional events.
    Two options exist: Bringing the dance to the people or bringing people to the dance at Serengeti Cultural Centre

    Community Development activities: Schools visit and tree planting: Visit a local school where you can interact with students and teachers. Arrangements are made to allow maximum interaction with students where you can exchange and learn from teach each other, play various games. This is also accompanied by planting a friendship tree that will bear your two names as friends. Your new friend will continue taking care of the tree as a sign for your friendship. You will become a real friend of Serengeti ecosystem. It is an opportunity for you to do something so that “Serengeti Shall Never Die”.

    Getting there: Serengeti Cultural Tourism Enterprise is located in Western Serengeti about 45 Km from Ikoma gate of Serengeti National Park. One can board daily public buses leaving Musoma for Arusha and Arusha for Musoma then get off at Mugumu town which is located 80km from Musoma

    ROBANDA CULTURAL TOURS
    Welcome to “Robanda”, a home of Ikoma tribe.
    Robanda Cultural Tourism was established with the vision of improving the livelihood of Robanda village community and enhancing Western Serengeti environmental conservation through tourism. Robanda CTP welcomes you to enjoy the cultural and natural heritage of the place.

    Robanda Cultural Tourism offers you:

    • A guided village walk
    • A village biking tour
    • A trekking to Ragana hill rich in Ikoma people pre-colonial history
    • A trekking tour to Gesigeta hill used by soldiers in pre-historic times as a view point
    • A visit to Oldest Ikoma tribe traditional fort
    • A visit to the caves used as hides during the First World War,
    • A visit to Ikoma fort used in colonial times by Germans,
    • An opportunity to learn Waikoma relics, stories, old tools and weapons
    • Listen to hair raising stories about their culture
    • Get an entertainment of Waikoma most popular traditional dance, you will learn how to dance and be part of the dancing team.

    Village Biking Tour (2-3 hrs)
    A biking tour around Robanda village to Ikoma Fort where one will explore traditional homestead and get great interaction with local people of Western side of Serengeti. Explore the scenery of Serengeti plains with its great wildebeest migration at the peak of Ragana hill which has great history together with its cousin

    Ikoma German Fort.
    Visit to Ikoma Fort (2-3 hrs)
    A two hours walking in the village will lead you to old German fort and a great hiding cave used by German soldiers during colonial times. Take a short walk in the cave which is about 400 metres long. Explore various features and rooms which were used for different purposes while identifying the Germans interest over the areas.

    Ngoreme Hot spring Tour (4 hrs)
    On your bike, explore Ngoreme hot spring which is surrounded by hundreds of tales from the local people. Get to know what local people believe about the hot spring and discover some holy places where Waikoma people take their sacrifices.

    Ikoma Tribe Traditional Fort Tour (2-3 hrs visit)
    A visit to traditional forts used by Ikoma people as the hiding place from Maasai warriors during intertribal wars. The forts were made artistically with stones only. The forts are found in Masasi, Muragho and Gegambasage villages.

    A trek of Ragana Hill (4 hrs)
    The witch doctors (witch crafts) habit was ended in early 1892 during Germans colonial rule in Robanda village. Get to know the reasons and methods used to punish the witch doctors at Ragana. Since this time, the hill has been named as a ‘witch doctors’ punishment hill’.

    Traditional Dances: (0.5-2 Hours)
    Both of the options are possible. We welcome all visitors to our cultural centre where they’ll meet our dancers and enjoy the dance. On the other hand visitors looking the real African set up of traditional dance may chance the dance in the village at various occasions. The coordinator of the programme knows the calendar of various local performances. The most common authentic dances that are often chanced and experienced by visitors are Singori and Risiwa dances. The most common season for the Ngosiga dance to happen is between August-October during annual harvests.

    Hiking to the peak of Gesigeta Hill (1900 m.a.s.l)
    One can jump on a mountain bike and ride 7km from Robanda centre towards this hill with hundreds of tales. The hill was used by the British soldiers as radar (view point) during the First World War. At the top, one will enjoy a breath-taking panoramic view of the vast Serengeti plains and the Grumeti River.

    Getting there: Robanda Cultural Tourism Programme is located 3 km from Ikoma gate on the Western side of Serengeti National Park, 10 minutes’ drive from Ikoma Gate. The centre located few metres before the village centre as one drives away from the park gate. The village is very close to the key areas used by migratory wildebeests of the Serengeti National Park as they venture on the Western sides/western corridor.
    Location: Robanda Cultural Tourism is Located near Robanda village centre, at Kehengu P.M.’s House.

    MARA ART CENTRE & CULTURAL TOURISM
    On the Western side of Serengeti National Park, from Ikoma gate one will meet great people named Waikizu tribe. Nyamuswa Cultural Tourism Programme exposes visitors to the way of life of Waikizu people and beautiful landscape with hills, mountains and valleys filled with water where canoeing can perfectly bring you closer to acquatic creature. Get an experience of handcraft making using various indigenous trees. And off course an opportunity to learn about kinship leadership system.

    The following are on offer:

    • A welcome to Waikizu homestead
    • A visit to King homestead/Royal tour
    • A visit to ikizu caves
    • A Visit to the Mara Art & Handcraft making group
    • Wazanaki traditional dancing of your choice
    • A visit to a rain maker
    • Visit to traditional healer famous for treating various diseases especially infertility
    • Visit to a foot print of our ancestors found at the mid of a big rock
    • Visit the ‘O’ Mong’we worshiping tree and learn how locals used to conduct their worships
    • Trekking up the Chamiriho hill, visit German soldiers hiding caves, graveyards and get a panoramic view of Lake Victoria, Serengeti plains and surrounding human settlement
    • Canoeing in safaris in two of the dams found in the area
    • Sport fishing in either of the two dams available
    • Visit community development projects, local schools and health centres found in the area. See how people are struggling to overcome the big human enemies: Poverty, Illiteracy and Disease
    • Cotton Farm tour: see how people practice cotton farming
    • A stay with Wazanaki family to enjoy traditional food and their unique lifestyle
    • There are various options for the tours:

    Half day tour:
    Option 1:
    Walk through Nyamuswa village, to the local market, proceed to the kin homestead and cotton farms. Proceed to local settlements and then to traditional healer famous for treating infertility together with other diseases since the ancient times. Walk through fruit farms and pick a fresh one to taste while leaning local ways of farming fruits and vegetables organically. Visit the foot print found on rock outcrop and listen to legendary and believes of the local people.

    Option 2:
    Visit the King homestead and then proceed to one of the dams found in the area for canoeing. Get closer to water birds found in the area and learn local ways of fishing. Practice sport fishing in any of the two dams available. Gets an insight of handcraft making. The handcraft making group of Nyamuswa has long experience and is highly respected by Tanzanians since they used to make sticks for the Founder of the Nation late Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere and other respected leaders in the area.

    FULL DAY TOUR:
    After a royal tour proceed to Chamyriho hill. Trek up the hill and take your packed lunch at the top of the hill while enjoying a breeze from the Serengeti plains and a magnificent view of Lake Victoria. Enjoy a nice view of small farms for millet, maize and other food crops grown in the area. An opportunity to visit the German soldiers hiding caves, a place used as armoury for military weapon and German graves that exists since colonial times

    Traditional Dancing:
    The energetic Waikizu traditional dancers will give you an insight into their culture by their captivating songs and dancing. Two options exist: Bringing the dance to the people or bringing people to the dance at Mtemi’s homestead and other strategic locations for various traditional activities such as circumcision in the bush and marriage & bride price giving ceremony at home

    Ngoreme Hot spring Tour
    Our visitors will have an opportunity to explore a hot spring found in the area by biking while enjoying magnificent iconic kopjes dotting the land. Other activities on offer are: Visiting a pottery making woman group and participate in making your own pot to take back home and rock hooving activities. Also, you can learn how to make black sticks and leather handworks

    WHERE TO STAY:
    Homestay and camping options are available together with overnight in local guest house found within and around the area

    Location:
    Nyamuswa is located between Bunda or Butima and Nata/Grumeti Reserve on the Western side of Serengeti National Park.

    BUTIAMA MUSEUM & CULTURAL TOURS
    On the north-western side of Serengeti National Park, 60 kilometres from Ndabaka Gate (Western gate to the Serengeti National Park) one will meet great people named Wazanaki ethnic group. Butiama is the birthplace and burial location of the ‘Father of the Nation’, Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere, the founding president of Tanzania who began his political career in the early 1950s, led Tanzanians to independence in 1961, and remained in politics until his voluntary retirement in 1985.

    A visit to the mausoleum of Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere:

    • Trekking up the Chamuriyo hill, visit German soldiers hiding caves, graveyards and get a panoramic view of Lake Victoria, Serengeti plains and surrounding human settlements
    • Visit community development projects, local schools and health centres found in the area
    • Cotton Farm tour: see how people practice cotton farming
    • A home stay with Wazanaki family to enjoy traditional food and their unique lifestyle.
    • It’s a great way to learn the culture of the people
    • There are various options for the tours:

    Half day tour:
    Option 1: Butiama village tour: A welcome to Mwalimu Nyerere homestead. Get a guided tour around the home and the Mwalimu Nyerere’s mausoleum then proceed to the Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere Museum and then to the village area where cassava farms are found. Get a glimpse of cassava farming. Visit a traditional healer famous for treating infertility together with other diseases since the ancient times.

    Option 2: Visit Nyerere’s homestead and then proceed to the Butiama Museum before walking to Mtuzu hill, a short memorable Kili trekking tour which is organized every September to raise money for charitable ends.

    Ngoreme Hot spring Tour
    Our visitors will have an opportunity to explore a hot spring found in the area while enjoying magnificent iconic kopjes dotting the land and finally get a cultural insight ofWangoreme inhabitants of the area. Listen to folklore and nice stories about their culture as it explained to you by Wangoreme elders.

    Serengeti National Park
    We can link you to Serengeti National Park, the home of the great wildebeest migration a most spectacular rut of wild animals.

    Other activities on offer are:
    Participate in daily African life activities, volunteer in primary, secondary and/or nursery schools teaching various subjects, you can also have a wonderful volunteering experience in health projects within and around Mara region Getting there: Butiama Museum Get an insight of the life history and the way of life of the Zanaki people. Appreciate beautiful landscapes with hills, mountains and learn about their kinship leadership system.

    The following tours are on offer:

    • A welcome to the ‘Father of the Nation’s’ home
    • A visit to Chief Edward Wanzagi’s homestead
    • A visit to The Mwalimu J.K. Nyerere Museum hike of just over an hour. Get a panoramic view of the Butiama village the farms and people’s settlement, Lake Victoria, and the Mara River valley.

    Full day tour:
    Take a round guided walk around Father of the Nation’s homestead and then walk down through a village to visit traditional Wazanaki homestead, to explore the culture and then proceed to visit Kyarano dam, and the farms of Mwalimu Nyerere.
    Visitors with a full day may opt to visit the German soldiers hiding caves, a place used as armoury for military weapon and German graves that exists since colonial times on Chamuriyo hill. Tailor-made tours and excursions can be organized where mountain bikes can be used as a means of transport.

    Traditional Ceremonies & Events:
    The energetic Wazanaki traditional dancers will give you an insight into their culture by their captivating songs and dances. You can watch, experience and even participate in a variety of dances symbolising various occasions and traditional events such as traditional marriage & bride-price giving ceremonies at home. Kilimanjaro Climbing-Fund raising for Nyerere Education & Health Fund, Butiama Cultural Tourism Enterprise welcomes all interested people around the globe to participate in this & Cultural Tourism Enterprise is located in Western Serengeti about 60 kilometres from Ndabaka gate off Serengeti National Park. One can board the commuter buses, daladala, that ply the route between Butiama and Musoma throughout the day. Butiama is located only 40 kilometres from Musoma. Alternatively, visitors arriving from Arusha can travel on one of the passenger buses that travel daily between Arusha and Musoma, and get off at Butiama.

    Where to stay:
    A number of options exist. JKN Hotel offers decent accommodation services with 14 rooms that can accommodate up to 20 visitors. There are special rates for students visiting us. Homestay and camping options are available. Our rates are affordable. The Butiama mosque hostel offers modest accommodation with 8 rooms capable of accommodating 12 visitors. Couples are required to show proof of marriage.

    Ikoma Cultural Tourism
    Ikoma cultural tourism is situated on the western side of Serengeti National Park 90 Km from Ikoma gate. Ikoma cultural tourism exposes visitors the way of life of Ikoma people.

    We people of Ikoma offer the following to our esteemed visitors;

    • Visit to Waikoma bomas
    • Visit to Ikoma cultural centre
    • Traditional Dance of the Ikoma tribe
    • Stay with Waikoma family to enjoy traditional food and explore their life style
    • Participate in traditional events and ceremonies
    • Visit community development project, local schools and health centre’s found in the areas. See how people struggling to overcome the big human enemy disease.
    • Farm tour whereby you will see people practicing different forms of agriculture
    • Tour options: Ikoma Tribe Cultural Tour & Nyichoka hill hiking (2-3 hours)

    After a warm welcome at the Ikoma Cultural Centre, a round tour in the Ikoma Cultural Museum will give you an insight of the History of the people and their way of life.
    Get to know their origin and their daily activities that originated from hunting and gathering along the Serengeti migration. A tour of a short hike to Nyichoka hill will take you to a panoramic view of the village. On the way up, get to know different species of trees and animals which are found in the area and how local people use them. An entertainment by Ikoma traditional dancers is guaranteed to visitors on request

    Ikoma Boma tour (1-3 hours)
    Visit Ikoma bomas and see the life style of this tribe, you can see how they prepare their food also you will have a story teller narrating a very interesting traditional history of Ikoma people.

    Farm Tour (2-4 hrs)
    Visit the village farmers, the guide will be explaining different methods of farming practiced by Ikoma people and show other economic activities practiced such as beekeeping and environmental conservation initiatives.

    Herding Tour (2 hours)
    The tour is conducted in different areas at different seasons of the year due to livestock pasture rotation. One will get to visit the Ikoma people herding cattle & goats where an opportunity to learn livestock keeping and ways to look for nice pastures around is guaranteed. Visitors will get to see and appreciate division of labor amongst family members in taking care of the livestock which is the main Ikoma people economic base. The tour is done in the evening or morning hours from the time cattle & goats are about to get out or back into a boma where milking activities and heading cattle and goats in their respective pastures or kraals takes place. The visit will give you a chance to see how the Ikoma Milk their cows as this practice is performed daily in the morning and evening.

    Traditional Dance (30 minutes – 1 hour)
    The energetic Waikoma traditional dance will give you an insight into Waikoma culture by their captivating songs and dancing. You can experience and even participate in variety of dances symbolizing various occasions and traditional events such as marriage ceremony, Dance for bride price giving, birth of first born, dance when preparing their food, warriors and victory celebrations

    Traditional fire making
    The energetic Waikoma traditional fire making where by the people make fire using tree and they conserve the environment because one small piece of tree can make fire in many years.

    Volunteer Programme
    Ikoma community receives volunteers who are interested to work in health, community development, education and art training. If interested, please let us know soon so that we can arrange a wonderful volunteering experience for you.

    Community development projects (school and Health centres)
    Visit a local school where you can interact with the students and teachers. Arrangements are made to allow maximum interaction with students where you can exchange and learn from each other, play various games.

    Scholarship project
    Ikoma Cultural Tourism has been sponsoring children from poor families for primary and secondary education. The portion of the tour fees have been a main source of the funds to run this sponsorship project. Your visit to Ikoma makes a great contribution to poverty reduction and education improvement for local people.

    Where to stay;
    The only accommodation facility available is the Ikoma Cultural Centre Hostel with 4 rooms and a homestay with 2 rooms in Ikoma Cultura Centre located in Nyichoka village. There is a number of guest houses and hotels which are available within and around Mugumu town (30 minutes’ drive). Camping ground is available where visitors use their own camping equipments. There is an option for overnight stay in one of the families in village.

    The programme coordinator or our tour guides can make arrangements for home-stays and overnights in local guest houses, hotels and lodges when making a cultural expedition of several days within and around Ikoma area.

    TOUR GUIDES:
    The guides of the Cultural Tourism Programme are indigenous of Ikoma area who speaks English and have experience in tour guiding in the area. The guides are very charming and will accompany you in various sites and activities of your interest. Bookings for various excursions and tours can be made at Tanzania Tourist Board Tourist Information offices of Arusha and Dar- es-Salaam or through your tour operator/lodge/ hotel. Direct bookings are also possible through contacts provided below.
    Getting there:
    Ikoma cultural centre is located in western Serengeti about 90km from Ikoma gate of Serengeti National Park.

    MWANZA TO SERENGETI SAFARI
    A Tanzania safari from Mwanza to the Serengeti is one of the best itineraries. Safaris drive through the western corridor of the Serengeti, which is a remarkable experience. Wooded landscapes with elephants, giraffes, zebras, ostrich, waterbuck, impala, and various animals grace every view.

    The drive to the central part of the Serengeti is a large plain and full of grass. Here, you will find cheetah, leopards, and lions. From central Serengeti, driving south to the Ngorongoro Crater visitors often witness a remarkable density of wildlife, with black rhinoceros quite common. Though this trip may be covered in two nights and three days, travellers could plan for an extra day to see the beauty of Lake Manyara.

    We Can help you plan your full itinerary, whether booking a Tanzania safari from Mwanza to Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, or Tarangire Park. Safaris are offered at cost-effective prices to meet every budget. With evoking images of sweeping savannas, the Serengeti is the best place to visit if you want to learn about diverse wildlife. The majority of animals are concentrated in parkland. The best time to visit the Serengeti is in winter season, from December to March.
    In the spring season, animals move to the west in search of water. The stretch of Mwanza to Serengeti is 141 kilometres and is one of the world’s top safari destinations.

    BUDGET CAMPING SAFARIS IN TANZANIA
    On our budget camping safaris, you will be immersed in the East African wilderness. You will travel on rough adventurous roads, pass tiny rural settlements and see fascinating landscapes and abundant wildlife. All your senses will be involved; from smelling early morning coffee, experiencing the thrill of a kill to the chill of a morning game drive.

    Falling asleep to the shooting of an owl or waking up with the roaring of a lion is what you will experience. The safari experience is all the more intense as you are ‘right in the middle’ of it all. The nearness to the nature, especially at night with its nocturnal sounds, compensates for the luxury of Tented Camp. Our Budget camping safaris in Tanzania offer all of this and are therefore perfect for nature lovers and those who are looking for a break from civilization and its comforts. Camping is to experience East Africa’s nature, animals and cultures in an affordable way.

    What to expect on a Budget Camping Safari? You will stay in public campsites, located inside the park or on private campsites on the outskirts. The campsites in the parks are not fenced and it is not unlikely that you may find elephants wandering between the tents or bump into antelopes on your way to the shower.

    Accommodation will be in waterproof 2-person-tents (2.5m x 2.5m and 1.8m high) with built-in mosquito nets at the entrances and windows. Comfortable 5 cm thick sleeping mattresses are provided, as well as robust camping furniture such as tables, safari chairs, functional cutlery and crockery.

    Our Camping gears is of superior quality, regularly inspected and serviced. You will also be accompanied by a skilled safari cook who will take care of your well-being. He will prepare all meals, often even including a packed meal for a picnic lunch. Early morning eggs and sausages, coffee and bread, snacks and evenings with stews and salads, Tanzania-Experience’s cooks can create delicious 3-course meals with only a gas cooker and a sharp knife… The camp and food will be set up and prepared for you, so that you can just relax and enjoy your holiday.