• Tanzanian People and Culture Tips

    http://preparetoserve.com Tanzania People and Culture Tips.

    published: 10 Jun 2014
  • Karatu - Iraqw - Tanzania Cultural Tourism

    Karatu village, Tanzania - Karatu, Iraqw, Tanzania Cultural - Karatu Town, Tanzania Tourism - Tanzanian Children's Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Take a Karatu Town Tour ==================== A great way to spend a couple of hours is to take a stroll around the town of Karatu. Visit the marketplace where you can explore rainbow-colored stalls and small shops that sell a bit of everything from vegetables and spices to Tinga Tinga paintings and carved wooden ornaments. This is a great place to barter for souvenirs and mingle with the locals. Along the way you might want to stop at a street vendor for a local snack such as fried cassava, chapati (fried flat bread), or fried bananas. Keep a look out for the little mobile kio...

    published: 12 Apr 2016
  • Amazing Tanzania East Africa

    Although Tanzania is a country rich in culture and traditions, it's history is also one of treasured heritage and pride. From the early days of mankind's history, man has called the land of Tanzania home -- its verdant mountains, its scrubland plains. Director of this amazing video; Phil Davis see more at http://www.phildavisproductions.com/ Video brought to you by Travelindex Network and Travel & Tourism Foundation. Travelindex.com is the World's largest Travel Directory. We invite you to submit your tourism, travel or destination site for publication, its free, at http://www.Travelindex.com More travel and tourism information and travel videos at: http://www.TanzaniaTourism.org http://www.Travelindex.com/tz http://www.Travelindex.tv http://www.BestDestination.com http://www....

    published: 03 Dec 2011
  • Maasai culture (Tanzania)

    Masai songs, dancings and culture in masai boma around Ngorongoro, masai village in Mto wa Mbu and Kigamboni (Dar es Salaam)

    published: 03 Nov 2015
  • Tanzanian Culture Documentary

    published: 25 May 2017
  • Documentary Movies African Primitive Tribes| Culture |Makonde tribe dancing, Tanzania.

    Documentary Movies African Primitive Tribes| Culture and Traditions|Makonde tribe dancing, Tanzania. =================================== ►►►►►THANKS FOR WATCHING And don't forget LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE our channel : https://goo.gl/CJUDmq ==================================== I believe the rhythm and performance speaks for itself. No explanations, narration or subtitles - only dance & drums. The dancers and musicians are from the Makonde, Makua and Yao tribes of southern Tanzania. Few regions of Africa have been untouched by the outside world, even fewer have populations still living that can remember life with minimal foreign influences, but Mtwara, Tanzania is one such place. The reason for this might be explained by the late development of the region because of the German a...

    published: 08 Feb 2017
  • Tanzania-Dar es Salaam ( Exotic Zanzibar) Part 2

    Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Music:Bi Kiude Bi Kidude is Zanzibars most famous musician. Her age is unknown but must be somewhere around 90, some even say she's over 100 years old. She's the godmother of Taarab, a music style which mixes arab and African sounds. Bi Kidude is still traveling the whole wide world to perform. Fatuma binti Baraka (aka Bi.Kidude) is a Zanzibari Taarab singer. She is considered the undisputed queen of Taarab and Unyago music and is also a protégé of Siti binti Saad.[citation needed] Bi Kidude was born in the village of Mfagimaringo, she was the daughter of a coconut seller in colonial Zanziba...

    published: 31 Aug 2012
  • Thoughts from Tanzania

    Some ramblings about culture differences I experienced after the first two weeks working and living in Tanzania. Apologies for the incoherent nature of the video, I was lacking quite a bit of sleep! Thanks for watching! For other social-media fun, check out: ~INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/alexxxycarr ~TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AlexxxyCarr ~TUMBLR: www.alexxxycarr.tumblr.com ~BLOG: www.adventuresofalexxxy.blogspot.com Any questions, feel free to ask as I would be happy to answer!

    published: 08 Aug 2015
  • Maasai Village (Boma) - Tanzania

    Travel Africa and experience the lifestyle and culture in a Maasai Village (Boma) near Duka Bovu in Tanzania, Africa.

    published: 22 Sep 2011
  • Visit Tanzania - Africa Travel Channel

    Visit beautiful Tanzania. From the Serengeti to Kilimanjaro Mountain.

    published: 05 Aug 2012
  • Maasai People, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Kenya

    Maasai People, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Kenya, History & Culture of the Maasai People, The Maasai Tribe Travel Vlog 4K https://goo.gl/HzFhA4 The Maasai people of East Africa live in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania along the Great Rift Valley on semi-arid and arid lands. The Maasai occupy a total land area of 160,000 square kilometers with a population of approximately one half million people. However, many Maasai see the national census as government meddling and often miscount their numbers to census takers. The Maasai society is comprised of sixteen sections (known in Maasai as Iloshon): Ildamat, Ilpurko, Ilkeekonyokie, Iloitai, Ilkaputiei, Ilkankere, Isiria, Ilmoitanik, Iloodokilani, Iloitokitoki, Ilarusa, Ilmatatapato, Ilwuasinkishu, Kore, Parakuyu, and Ilkisonko, also known...

    published: 30 Apr 2017
  • Cultural Experience: Tribes Of Tanzania | Safari365

    Tanzania is a country rich in culture and history. From the well-known Maasai to the hunter gatherer Hadzabe and the skilled Datoga craftsmen, Safari365 captured scenes from the day-to-day life of three of Tanzania's tribes. Read more here: https://www.safari365.com/exploring-tanzanian-culture

    published: 01 Sep 2017
  • Traditional dance of Tanzania

    Taken at village museum, dar es salam, Tanzania.

    published: 21 Sep 2013
  • African culture in Tanzania sukuma tribe

    published: 08 Aug 2017
  • TANZANIA CULTURAL EXTRAVAGANZA 2015

    Curious On Tanzania Brings Together Live Music, Dance Group Performances, Appetizers and Dinner a True Tanzanian Experience!

    published: 12 Sep 2015
  • Travel Tanzania || All The Ways I Was Unprepared For A Safari!

    Tell me your culture shock stories in the comments! I wanna hear them all! Tanzania was my first international trip on my own - no family, on a budget, in Africa. I thought I had prepared myself for the trip, but I found that everything in Africa is intensified, and it left me feeling very culture shocked. These are all the ways I was unprepared for my trip to Tanzania! Cheers - Nathalie (All videos filmed and edited by yours truly!) INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/thetravelmuse/ TWITTER https://twitter.com/TheTravelMuse FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/NathalieTheTravelMuse

    published: 15 Jul 2014
  • TANZANIA 2017 - Rustic Pathways

    Rustic Pathways - Culture and the Crater June 27 - July 13, 2017 Thank you all for this trip of a lifetime.

    published: 21 Jul 2017
  • Tanzania 2016 Culture and the Crater

    published: 14 Jul 2016
  • TRIP TO MAASAI TRIBE VILLAGE IN TANZANIA , AFRICA | Maasai Culture ,Food, Clothing & Jumping Dance |

    Last video - https://youtu.be/csstbQawDrE Mum's Channel - https://youtu.be/rjTev0Lc7mM The Best Moisturiser Review- Chanel Hydra Beauty Nutrition nourishing and protective cream - https://youtu.be/UBEXti3j4MU Mom's Favourite Avocado Pack - https://youtu.be/BW6bKdna0fg Website - www.naturemagicworld.com Products Mentioned 1 - Almonds & Honey All Purpose Cream - 55 INR 2- Perfect Papaya De Pigmentation Face Wash - 65 INR 3- SUNBAN GOLD Sunscreen Lotion - 175- 199 INR Nature's Essence Extra Shine GOLD BLEACH ( Fairness Bleach Cream ) - https://youtu.be/zkSPBEc0lok Is this the BEST SUNSCREEN not to get TANNED ? Korean Product | - https://youtu.be/3tjdQu9t0v8 THE BEST SUNSCREEN AVAILABLE IN INDIA -Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Body Mist - https://youtu.be/A9Zg-mN3XD0 BLOOD GROUP DIET - http...

    published: 26 Oct 2016
  • Tanzania Culture Night

    Tanzania Culture Night hosted in the I-House!

    published: 14 Mar 2014
  • Tanzania | Culture in the Crater and Climbing Kili (Student Video)

    "Like" this video to cast your vote and don't forget to check out the other great videos hosted by Rustic Pathways - www.rusticpathways.com 2012 Rustic Pathways Student Video Contest Entry. This year, students were challenged to create a short video highlighting one of the Rustic Pathways Mission Points: - Enrich the lives of our students and staff - Benefit the parts of the world we serve - Build cultural bridges that lead to a greater global understanding and cooperation The Viewer's Choice is a way for you, the viewers, to vote for your favorite video. Vote for as many as you want - but only votes entered before September 21st will count. For more information, check out www.rusticpathways.com/videocontest

    published: 10 Sep 2012
  • ARUSHA MUSEO CULTURAL HERITAGE TANZANIA 2017

    published: 03 May 2017
  • Bagamoyo Festival of arts and culture (Tanzania 2016)

    published: 08 Oct 2016
  • Cultural Heritage Center, Arusha, Tanzania

    Cultural Heritage Center, Cultural Heritage, Arusha, Tanzania

    published: 03 Mar 2015
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Tanzanian People and Culture Tips

Tanzanian People and Culture Tips

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http://preparetoserve.com Tanzania People and Culture Tips.
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Karatu -  Iraqw -  Tanzania Cultural Tourism

Karatu - Iraqw - Tanzania Cultural Tourism

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Karatu village, Tanzania - Karatu, Iraqw, Tanzania Cultural - Karatu Town, Tanzania Tourism - Tanzanian Children's Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube Take a Karatu Town Tour ==================== A great way to spend a couple of hours is to take a stroll around the town of Karatu. Visit the marketplace where you can explore rainbow-colored stalls and small shops that sell a bit of everything from vegetables and spices to Tinga Tinga paintings and carved wooden ornaments. This is a great place to barter for souvenirs and mingle with the locals. Along the way you might want to stop at a street vendor for a local snack such as fried cassava, chapati (fried flat bread), or fried bananas. Keep a look out for the little mobile kiosks alongside the main road which have some colorful American namesakes such as the Mrs. Obama and John Kerry gift shops (there is also a Obama Hotel in town) which were featured in the The Amazing Race. In addition to the marketplace, we’d recommend venturing to one of the local brickmaking sites as brickmaking serves as a major industry in the area and the process is interesting to watch. If you are interested in a richer exploration of the town, consider booking a guided tour which can likely be arranged from your hotel or through the Ganako Karatu Cultural Tourism Program. Drink the Local Coffee ==================== Tanzanian coffee may not have the international recognition of coffee from nearby countries such as Ethiopia and Kenya, but coffee has been grown in Tanzania for centuries and is one of the country’s largest exports. Karatu is an ideal growing area because of the mineral-rich volcanic soil and the altitude of the northern highlands. There are a number of coffee plantations in the area, including the plantation at the well-known Gibb’s Farm, Shangri-La Estate which produces Ngoro Ngoro Mountain Coffee, Blackburn Coffee Estate, and Ngila Coffee Estate. You can decide your level of interest in the local brew from simply sipping some of the local coffee at your lodge, buying a bag of beans to take back home, visiting a coffee plantation to learn the coffee production process, or actually staying on a working farm and coffee plantation such as Gibb’s Farm or the Shangri-La Estate. You can book coffee plantation tours at your local Karatu lodge or through Ganako-Karatu. Visit a Local Brewery ================= Travelers should try the local coffee while in Karatu; however, we also found out that Karatu has another type of brew for those wanting to be a bit more adventurous. It is probably best to visit with a guide but almost any local can also point you towards the brewery. We followed our guide Richard away from the market and through a maze of streets to the local brewery. The beer is boiled in one smoky room and stirred, fermented, bottled, and drank in another large room. For less than a dollar, you are welcome to sample a cup of the beer. Richard asked that they give us beer that had been recently boiled to avoid any gastrointestinal issues (the safety and sanitation standards are not exactly up to par with Coors). A woman used a ladle to scoop a plastic cup full of beer from a plastic bucket of warm beer. The beer was warm and chewy as there were grains still remaining, but surprisingly it was mild and smooth in flavor. We made some quick (and tipsy) friends at the brewery before parting who seemed amused at our visit. Volunteer your Time to a Worthy Project ================================ There are a number of potential volunteer and charity opportunities in and around Karatu where you can benefit the local schools and orphanages, community centers, churches, or environment. Such opportunities can take place over the course of a day or last months depending on your interests and background. Remember that while you may want to work directly with kids, unless you can devote a significant amount of time (e.g., be a steady presence), it is less disruptive to children to help in other ways such as building school furniture, putting up a fence at the local orphanage, collecting school supplies, or painting a classroom. It is best to commit to a project in advance so that the organizer can be prepared for your visit. Even if you don’t want to volunteer your actual time, you can still donate to a local project by donating money or supplies (e.g., school or medical supplies). Given our healthcare background, we took the time to visit the non-profit Foundation for African Medicine and Education (FAME) clinic and hospital founded and run by American husband-wife team Dr. Frank Artres and Susan Gustafson. Our visit here and discussion with both “Dr. Frank” and Susan was really inspiring and the clinic is an amazing example of what people can do when they dedicate their time to making a difference! Free guided visits to FAME can be arranged but must be done so in advance.
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Amazing Tanzania East Africa

Amazing Tanzania East Africa

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Although Tanzania is a country rich in culture and traditions, it's history is also one of treasured heritage and pride. From the early days of mankind's history, man has called the land of Tanzania home -- its verdant mountains, its scrubland plains. Director of this amazing video; Phil Davis see more at http://www.phildavisproductions.com/ Video brought to you by Travelindex Network and Travel & Tourism Foundation. Travelindex.com is the World's largest Travel Directory. We invite you to submit your tourism, travel or destination site for publication, its free, at http://www.Travelindex.com More travel and tourism information and travel videos at: http://www.TanzaniaTourism.org http://www.Travelindex.com/tz http://www.Travelindex.tv http://www.BestDestination.com http://www.TourismFoundation.org and more...
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Maasai culture (Tanzania)

Maasai culture (Tanzania)

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Masai songs, dancings and culture in masai boma around Ngorongoro, masai village in Mto wa Mbu and Kigamboni (Dar es Salaam)
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Tanzanian Culture Documentary

Tanzanian Culture Documentary

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Documentary Movies African Primitive Tribes| Culture |Makonde  tribe dancing, Tanzania.

Documentary Movies African Primitive Tribes| Culture |Makonde tribe dancing, Tanzania.

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Documentary Movies African Primitive Tribes| Culture and Traditions|Makonde tribe dancing, Tanzania. =================================== ►►►►►THANKS FOR WATCHING And don't forget LIKE, SHARE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE our channel : https://goo.gl/CJUDmq ==================================== I believe the rhythm and performance speaks for itself. No explanations, narration or subtitles - only dance & drums. The dancers and musicians are from the Makonde, Makua and Yao tribes of southern Tanzania. Few regions of Africa have been untouched by the outside world, even fewer have populations still living that can remember life with minimal foreign influences, but Mtwara, Tanzania is one such place. The reason for this might be explained by the late development of the region because of the German and Portuguese desire to maintain a “buffer zone” between their colonial holdings, and thus avoided development along there shared, Ruvuma River boarder; or it was the inhospitable climate, malaria and poor farming conditions that discouraged the settlement of European settlers; or possibly the mythical fierceness of the Makonde people. Whatever the reasons, Mtwara’s late development has left it with a rich reservoir of empirical knowledge of a “purer” African life and traditional culture in the minds of its elders. Some of these elders are old enough to remember life prior to woven textiles, corn and matches. There are countless stories on how life was lived and perceived; unique, not just from tribe to tribe, but village to village. Their perceptions on birth, death, marriage, pregnancy, courtship, superstitions, and the power of witchcraft provide an intriguing and ethnologically important alternative perception of life. Also practices related to medicines, food, illness, dance, music, storytelling, and justice have interest and shape their unique identity. But every day that this information remains undocumented, it is lost forever as that generation passes away. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Tanzania-Dar es Salaam ( Exotic Zanzibar) Part 2

Tanzania-Dar es Salaam ( Exotic Zanzibar) Part 2

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Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Music:Bi Kiude Bi Kidude is Zanzibars most famous musician. Her age is unknown but must be somewhere around 90, some even say she's over 100 years old. She's the godmother of Taarab, a music style which mixes arab and African sounds. Bi Kidude is still traveling the whole wide world to perform. Fatuma binti Baraka (aka Bi.Kidude) is a Zanzibari Taarab singer. She is considered the undisputed queen of Taarab and Unyago music and is also a protégé of Siti binti Saad.[citation needed] Bi Kidude was born in the village of Mfagimaringo, she was the daughter of a coconut seller in colonial Zanzibar. Bi Kidude's exact date of birth is unknown, much of her life story is uncorroborated, giving her an almost mythical status. In 2005 Bi Kidude received the prestigious WOMEX award for her outstanding contribution to music and culture in Zanzibar. As a child, she was singled out for her fine voice and, in the 1920s, sang locally with popular cultural troupes, combining an understanding of music with an equally important initiation into traditional medicine. At age 13, after a forced marriage she fled Zanzibar to mainland Tanzania. Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania, in East Africa. It comprises the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25--50 kilometres off the coast of the mainland, and consists of numerous small islands and two large ones: Unguja, and Pemba. According to the most recent census of 2002, the total population of Zanzibar was 984,625 -- with a steady annual growth rate of 3.1%.According to that census, the population of Zanzibar City, which is the largest city, is approximately 205,870.The people of Zanzibar are of diverse ethnic origins. The first permanent residents of Zanzibar seem to have been the ancestors of the Hadimu and Tumbatu, who began arriving from the East African mainland around AD 1000. They belonged to various mainland ethnic groups, and on Zanzibar they lived in small villages and did not coalesce to form larger political units. Because they lacked central organization, they were easily subjugated by outsiders.[citation needed] Ancient pottery demonstrates existing trade routes with Zanzibar as far back as the time of the ancient Assyrians. Traders from Arabia, as well as the Persian Gulf region of modern-day Iran (especially Shiraz), and west India, probably visited Zanzibar as early as the 1st century. They used the monsoon winds to sail across the Indian Ocean to land at the sheltered harbor located on the site of present-day Zanzibar City. Zanzibar is mostly populated by African people of Swahili origin, but there is also a minority population of Asians, originally from India and Arab countries. A significant proportion of people also identify as Shirazi. Produce vendors at a market.According to the 2002 census, around two thirds of the people -- 622,459 -- live on Zanzibar Island (Unguja), with the greatest proportion settled in the densely populated west. Besides Zanzibar City, other towns on Zanzibar Island include Chaani, Mbweni, Mangapwani, Chwaka, and Nungwi. Outside of these towns, most people live in small villages and are engaged in farming or fishing. On Pemba Island, the overall settlement pattern is similar to that of the main island. The largest town is Chake-Chake, with a population of 19,283; other smaller towns are Wete and Mkoani. The other island of Zanzibar, Mafia, has a total population of about 40,801. Wikipedia
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Thoughts from Tanzania

Thoughts from Tanzania

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Some ramblings about culture differences I experienced after the first two weeks working and living in Tanzania. Apologies for the incoherent nature of the video, I was lacking quite a bit of sleep! Thanks for watching! For other social-media fun, check out: ~INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/alexxxycarr ~TWITTER: https://twitter.com/AlexxxyCarr ~TUMBLR: www.alexxxycarr.tumblr.com ~BLOG: www.adventuresofalexxxy.blogspot.com Any questions, feel free to ask as I would be happy to answer!
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Maasai Village (Boma) - Tanzania

Maasai Village (Boma) - Tanzania

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Travel Africa and experience the lifestyle and culture in a Maasai Village (Boma) near Duka Bovu in Tanzania, Africa.
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Visit Tanzania - Africa Travel Channel

Visit Tanzania - Africa Travel Channel

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Maasai People, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Kenya

Maasai People, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Kenya

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Maasai People, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Kenya, History & Culture of the Maasai People, The Maasai Tribe Travel Vlog 4K https://goo.gl/HzFhA4 The Maasai people of East Africa live in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania along the Great Rift Valley on semi-arid and arid lands. The Maasai occupy a total land area of 160,000 square kilometers with a population of approximately one half million people. However, many Maasai see the national census as government meddling and often miscount their numbers to census takers. The Maasai society is comprised of sixteen sections (known in Maasai as Iloshon): Ildamat, Ilpurko, Ilkeekonyokie, Iloitai, Ilkaputiei, Ilkankere, Isiria, Ilmoitanik, Iloodokilani, Iloitokitoki, Ilarusa, Ilmatatapato, Ilwuasinkishu, Kore, Parakuyu, and Ilkisonko, also known as Isikirari (Tanzania's Maasai). There was also once Iltorobo section but was assimilated by other sections. A majority of the Maasai population lives in Kenya. Sections such as Isikirari, Parakuyu, Kore and Ilarusa lives in Tanganyika. Homestead and labor -------------------------------- The Maasai live in Kraals arranged in a circular fashion. The fence around the kraal is made of acacia thorns, which prevent lions from attacking the cattle. It is a man's responsibility to fence the kraal. While women construct the houses. Traditionally, kraals are shared by an extended family. However, due to the new land management system in the Maasai region, it is not uncommon to see a kraal occupied by a single family. The Inkajijik (maasai word for a house) are loaf-shaped and made of mud, sticks, grass, cow dung and cow's urine. Women are responsible for making the houses as well as supplying water, collecting firewood, milking cattle and cooking for the family. Warriors are in charge security while boys are responsible for herding livestock. During the drought season, both warriors and boys assume the responsibility for herding livestock. The elders are directors and advisors for day-to-day activities. Every morning before livestock leave to graze, an elder who is the head of the inkang sits on his chair and announces the schedule for everyone to follow. The Maasai are a semi-nomadic people who lived under a communal land management system. The movement of livestock is based on seasonal rotation. Contrary to many claims made by outsiders, particularly the Hardinian school of thought, this communal land management system allows us to utilize resources in a sustainable manner. Each section manages its own territory. Under normal conditions, reserve pastures are fallowed and guarded by the warriors. However, if the dry season becomes especially harsh, sections boundaries are ignored and people graze animals throughout the land until the rainy season arrives. According to Maasai traditional land agreement, no one should be denied access to natural resources such as water and land. Subsistence economy ----------------------------------- Livestock such as cattle, goats and sheep are the primary source of income for the Maasai. Livestock serves as a social utility and plays an important role in the Maasai economy. Livestock are traded for other livestock, cash or livestock products such as milk and siege. Individual, families, and clans established close ties through giving or exchange of cattle. "Meishoo iyiook enkai inkishu o-nkera"- so goes a Maasai prayer. The English translation of this praye is: "May Creator give us cattle and children. Cattle and children are the most important aspect of the Maasai people. Maasai economy with outsiders ----------------------------------------------------- The Maasai economy is increasingly dependent on the market economy. Livestock products are sold to other groups in Kenya for the purchase of beads, clothing and grains. Cows and goats are also sold for uniform and school fees for children. It is now common to see young Maasai men and women in major towns and cities of Kenya selling, not just goats and cows, but also beads, cell phones, chacoal, grain among other items. The entrepreneurial spirit is something new in our society. It was not until the early 1980s with the Group Ranch project that we became much more entrenched in a market economy and, hence, more impoverished generally speaking.
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Cultural Experience: Tribes Of Tanzania | Safari365

Cultural Experience: Tribes Of Tanzania | Safari365

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Tanzania is a country rich in culture and history. From the well-known Maasai to the hunter gatherer Hadzabe and the skilled Datoga craftsmen, Safari365 captured scenes from the day-to-day life of three of Tanzania's tribes. Read more here: https://www.safari365.com/exploring-tanzanian-culture
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Traditional dance of Tanzania

Traditional dance of Tanzania

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Taken at village museum, dar es salam, Tanzania.
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African culture in Tanzania  sukuma tribe

African culture in Tanzania sukuma tribe

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Travel Tanzania || All The Ways I Was Unprepared For A Safari!

Travel Tanzania || All The Ways I Was Unprepared For A Safari!

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Tell me your culture shock stories in the comments! I wanna hear them all! Tanzania was my first international trip on my own - no family, on a budget, in Africa. I thought I had prepared myself for the trip, but I found that everything in Africa is intensified, and it left me feeling very culture shocked. These are all the ways I was unprepared for my trip to Tanzania! Cheers - Nathalie (All videos filmed and edited by yours truly!) INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/thetravelmuse/ TWITTER https://twitter.com/TheTravelMuse FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/NathalieTheTravelMuse
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TANZANIA 2017 - Rustic Pathways

TANZANIA 2017 - Rustic Pathways

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Rustic Pathways - Culture and the Crater June 27 - July 13, 2017 Thank you all for this trip of a lifetime.
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Tanzania 2016 Culture and the Crater

Tanzania 2016 Culture and the Crater

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TRIP TO MAASAI TRIBE VILLAGE IN TANZANIA , AFRICA | Maasai Culture ,Food, Clothing & Jumping Dance |

TRIP TO MAASAI TRIBE VILLAGE IN TANZANIA , AFRICA | Maasai Culture ,Food, Clothing & Jumping Dance |

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Tanzania Culture Night

Tanzania Culture Night

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  • Updated: 14 Mar 2014
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Tanzania Culture Night hosted in the I-House!
https://wn.com/Tanzania_Culture_Night
Tanzania | Culture in the Crater and Climbing Kili (Student Video)

Tanzania | Culture in the Crater and Climbing Kili (Student Video)

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  • Updated: 10 Sep 2012
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"Like" this video to cast your vote and don't forget to check out the other great videos hosted by Rustic Pathways - www.rusticpathways.com 2012 Rustic Pathways Student Video Contest Entry. This year, students were challenged to create a short video highlighting one of the Rustic Pathways Mission Points: - Enrich the lives of our students and staff - Benefit the parts of the world we serve - Build cultural bridges that lead to a greater global understanding and cooperation The Viewer's Choice is a way for you, the viewers, to vote for your favorite video. Vote for as many as you want - but only votes entered before September 21st will count. For more information, check out www.rusticpathways.com/videocontest
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ARUSHA MUSEO CULTURAL HERITAGE TANZANIA 2017

ARUSHA MUSEO CULTURAL HERITAGE TANZANIA 2017

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  • Updated: 03 May 2017
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https://wn.com/Arusha_Museo_Cultural_Heritage_Tanzania_2017
Bagamoyo Festival of arts and culture (Tanzania 2016)

Bagamoyo Festival of arts and culture (Tanzania 2016)

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  • Updated: 08 Oct 2016
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