Learning swahili gives you the ability to communicate and integrate in an entirely different way….
Travellers have the unique opportunity to spend more time in one of the villages. Over the course of a night, several days or even longer, you can visit the farms, learn about traditional herbs, medicine and cooking, study tribal languages, histories and culture, take part in storytelling and family meals, fetching water, dancing and drumming.
During your stay you will be well taken care of by one of our guides, who will act not only as your guide but also as an interpreter, since many of these families do not speak English or Swahili. Villagers that take part in receiving guests are all part of our cultural tourism group and have been approved by Moshi, the tour coordinator.
This experience will be a highlight to your stay in Tanzania.