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See the ruins.

For visiting real Tanzania and Masaipeople, a travel to Engaruka is recommended. The village shows... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
luc_verstraeten
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Merelbeke, Belgium
Real Masai village

We met Frank in couch surfing , he is a real Masai . He took us to his village, 5 hours away from... read more

Reviewed 11 June 2018
germanaugusto
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Bogota
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4 weeks ago
“See the ruins.”
10 Jun 2018
“Real Masai village”
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For visiting real Tanzania and Masaipeople, a travel to Engaruka is recommended. The village shows how people lives. The ruins are worth visiting because of the pretty setting. Guiding by a Masai provides a different view on western way of life.

Thank luc_verstraeten
Reviewed 11 June 2018

We met Frank in couch surfing , he is a real Masai . He took us to his village, 5 hours away from Arusha, without counting the 2 hours stop at Tombo, great experience . We were lucky enough. To see a ceremony that happens...More

Thank germanaugusto
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Traveling to Engaruka area, as a great area to experience the Maasai tribesmen and it is the way to Oldonyolengai Maasai mount of God still active to Lake Natron to the flamingos breeding lake.

1  Thank africanculture
Reviewed 1 November 2016

i was live in engaruka for years i visit many place i saw a lot of nature and thing that stored with our alder

Thank Harrison M
Reviewed 21 July 2014

Visited the Engaruka area and spent the night in the campground. It was an experience like I've never had before. The people in the village were extremely nice and very helpful. The site was quite interesting and Our tour was informative. It's really kind of...More

2  Thank XerkUSA
Reviewed 6 November 2012

I visited this place together with my classments of Embarway Secondary school in 2003. It is good for learning and see historical events which were discovered at this place. I saw home steads made by stones, caves as well remains of tools which were used...More

Thank William N
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