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  1. Walking safaris within Arusha/ Moshi
    Whether in Arusha or Moshi our team is always ready to assist in planning a fun filled walking safari in either one of the places. A walking safari can be scheduled early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Today visitors can enjoy safaris on foot in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and some places in Tarangire as well as the Arusha National Park. The walks are guided and normally accompanied by an armed ranger. A walking safari is the perfect opportunity to learn fascinating facts about nature, birds, and local plants. You may encounter freely roaming animals as you walk. You will be taken to tourist hotspots such as the Cultural Heritage Center, visit Shanga village, Lake Duluti, the Hot springs as well as the famed Masaai Market. There are also a variety of cafes and bistros to eat at while in town. If you want we could also organize a visit to the local market. While in Moshi we are happy to organize walking trips to coffee or banana plantations, hikes to Materuni waterfalls, visits to the local Chagga tribe and villages.
  2. Walking Safari Ngorongoro conservation Area:
    Finally a chance to escape from your car and stretch your legs in one of the 8th wonders of the world. Come and take a stroll through this picturesque and historic land. The Ngorongoro Crater covers an area of 8292 sq. km. The Ngorongoro Crater is a volcanic caldera renowned for its wildlife and resemblance to the Garden of Eden. It is home to one of the last black rhinos.
    The Northern Highlands Forest Reserve: This forest is a vital source of water for farming activities practiced around the area. Enjoy a nature walk and mingle with the locals.
    The Ngorongoro Highlands: Here lie seven extinct volcanoes with peaks and craters so challenging yet so gratifying. From a distance you can see one of the last active volcanos Oldoinyo Lengai.
    Olduvai Gorge: Here is where the famous Dr. Louis Leakey discovered what is thought to be the skull of the first man aka Zinjanthropus. Fossils and bones, tools and tracks tell a compelling tale of human evolution over the last 3.5 million years.
  3. Swahili and Cooking classes:
    We are happy to organize Swahili classes for you with trained professionals and translators. We also are capable of teaching Kiswahili to volunteer groups. After a long day of learning Swahili words and phrases why not indulge in a Swahili cooking class and learn to prepare some authentic African delicacies. Support the local economy by purchasing locally grown produce.

We can also organize Swahili dance classes upon prior request.

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