Mto Wa Mbu Cultural Tourism

Mto Wa Mbu Cultural Tourism, Come visit this beautiful oasis between Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater, an Ideal place to experience an authentic taste of African life. Inhabited over 120 tribes include the famous Maasai, Mto wa Mbu offers cross-cultural interaction that can’t be reached anywhere in Africa.

Additionally, it’s ideal location near the rift valley escarpment and lake Manyara makes it the perfect place to explore Africa’s natural environment. Whether it’s meeting the friendly villagers or viewing stunning wildlife outside of the vehicle.

Biking to Lake Manyara

Bike to Africa’s most majestic lakes and get an opportunity to view wildlife like Zebras, Giraffe, Hippos, and water buffalos at close range in this corridor of migration between the national parks.
(Time 2-5 hours)

Lunch at Local bomas/traditional meals

Enjoy a delicious home cooked meal in a local boma home, over lunch or dinner, lunch is accompanied by a red ripe banana which is only found in Mto wa Mbu. A local guide will provide a history of the region and the many local tribes. Visitors can expect to leave with a full stomach, many great stories, and African new friends.
(Time 1-2 hours)

Farm Tour

See the innovative farming practices of Mto wa Mbu villagers and learn about local irrigation system that sustains local crops including the 32 varieties of bananas.
(Time 1-4 hours)

Maasai Boma Tour

Visit a real Maasai boma and see the lifestyle of this legendary tribe up-close. Along with the guided tour of the boma and an introduction to the local Maasai population. Tribesmen will offer to paint traditional tattoos for visitors and even let them milk their prized cows.
(Time 3-4 hours)

Maasai Market Tour

Hundreds of Maasai gather each Thursday at the bustling Maasai market where visitors have their crafts and taste their foods including the famous BBQ (Nyama Choma). A larger village-wide market occurs on 22nd of each month. Our guide will even help you bargain!
(Time 2-4 hours)

Village Walk

You get an inside look at the homes and exquisite crafts of Mto wa mbu’s many tribes. Visistors will get a chance to meet locals and learn about banana beer, Makonde wood carvings, and the tribe painting techniques, kisu and tingatinga. A stroll through the village provide a great introduction to everyday life in Africa.
(Time 2-4 hours)

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