Situated at the East coast of Africa, Tanzania acquires around 365,000 square miles. The country is home to various national parks and game reserves. It is as well home to some of the scenic volcanic peaks of the country including the majestic Kilimanjaro. Located just south to the equator, the country is a great place for nature and wildlife lovers.
Not only this, the country exposes some of the great water bodies like; Victoria, Tanganyika, and Malawi as well as the Zanzibar beaches. The country welcomes around 90,000 people to the country. No matter the traveler is a wildlife lover or bird lover or a trekker when they leave the country they fall in love with the lively culture. If you won’t go for a cultural trip then your trip to the country will stay incomplete.
Rich with vibrant and diversified culture the country offers a great opportunity to explore some iconic facts about some of the oldest tribal groups. There are 120 ethnic tribal groups are residing in the country. Some of the iconic tribal are Hadzabe, Masai, Chhaga, Bantu, Cushitic, Nilotic, and Khoisan. There are 125 languages spoken by these tribal communities residing.
While visiting the country for a safari or trekking trip, make sure to explore the local villages of Masai. Learn their lifestyle, culture, unique cultures they follow, and their exceptional dressing style.