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Experience - Tanzania

Half-Day Excursion in Mulala Village

Highlights

  • Visit the WaMeru tribe in the Mulala Village

  • Includes lunch made with local specialties

  • The experience can be booked with the Highlights of Northern Tanzania roundtrip.

Description

Immerse yourself in the beautiful world of the WaMeru tribe with itravel! Here on the slopes of Mount Merus, you will learn about their culture and meet with local women to see how they make their own cheese and bread. To top off the day, enjoy a traditional lunch made from local produce.

Destination

Africa

  1. Tanzania
  2. Northern Tanzania

After breakfast in your hotel, you will begin your exciting adventure to Mulala. Nestled on the slopes of Mount Merus resides the WaMeru tribe. Once you arrive, you will walk around the charming village, where you will be greeted by Mama Anna, a friendly villager who leads a local women's cooperative. You will learn all sorts of interesting facts about the everyday village life. Best of all, bread and cheese are freshly made here! Afterward, enjoy a delicious traditional lunch made with local specialties in a relaxed atmosphere among friends.

Services & Notes

  • Start: approx. 8:30 AM
  • Duration: approx. 2.5 hours (without lunch)
  • This tour fits best on Day 10 of the following roundtrip: Highlights of Northern Tanzania (stay in Arusha).
  • With effect from June 1, 2019, the use of disposable plastic bags is prohibited in Tanzania and will be punishable. The ban applies to passengers arriving at airports and land borders, so be sure to get rid of your standard duty-free bags and plastic bags in your hand luggage or checked baggage.
  • Expect strict checks upon entry. Ziplock bags, which are mainly used for cosmetics, are also subject to this ban. For example, we recommend transparent pouches with a zipper since they are clearly not disposable items, but designed for more prolonged use. The use of plastic bags for purchases in the country is also prohibited.

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