Hand-crafted beaded bracelets Photo credit: Joselyn Diaz
During your African safari you'll have a chance for authentic interactions with local Tanzanians Photo credit: Fredrick Orkin
Experience a traditional Maasai jumping ceremony on your African safari Photo credit: Victor Nemeth M.D.
Experience the ceremonial singing of the Maasai while on a Thomson African safari Photo credit: Judi Wineland
The Maasai are one of the best-known of Tanzania's 120+ ethnic groups Photo credit: Fredrick Orkin
Immerse yourself in the The Chagga culture while on your African safari Photo credit: Tom Rohrer
A teacher wrapped in a brightly-colored kanga leads a group of young Tanzanian children to school Photo credit: Fredrick Orkin
Interact with the Maasai women of Irkeepusi Boma while on an African safari Photo credit: Alan Story
Beadwork of the Enjipai Women’s Group Photo credit: Emily Martin
Spoend time with the the children of Mto-Wa-Mbu Village while on safari in Africa Photo credit: Andy Biggs
Visiting the Datoga people of Tanzania Photo credit: David Rush
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While on safari in Africa, you'll visit Olduvai Gorge near Ngorongoro Crater Photo credit: Neil Rabinowitz
While on safari in Africa, you'll visit the Maasai in the Ngorongoro Highlands Photo credit: Erica Wineland-Thomson
Children running along the beach in Zanzibar Photo credit: Andy Biggs

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