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Rock Paints Tour (2-5 hrs or several days)

One will get an experience of exploring the Kolo rock paints and discover many other rock paint sites in the area. The rock paints are scattered almost all over the Kondoa district. One can arrange to explore the rock paints for up-to five days consecutively. Our local guides knows all the sites to take you and can arrange for your village stay, camping, meals and accommodation during your trip of lifetime in the land of ancient rock Paints


Iringa Boma

Located in the heart of Iringa in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania, Iringa Boma is a place for education, participation and recreation. It offers various opportunities to engage with culture and heritage in Iringa, for people from within and from outside the region. The museum is a place of stories. Stories about Iringa in the past and in the present. Stories about the different people making Iringa their home. Stories about customs, traditions and ways of life. And stories about the fascinating places that make Iringa unique.


Kilombero River 

For bird watchers, Kilombero GCA contains a remarkable number of bird species and plant ecology. Kibasila Swamp, is famous for wet birds and Magombero Forest Reserve for forest birds. Species that inhabit and are endemic to the area include Rufous winged sunbird, Kilombero weaver, Melodious cisticola, Kilombero cisticola, Iringa akalat, Dappled throated mountain robin and Udzungwa forest partridge.


Royal Village Tour (2-5 hrs)

Get a chance to stay and interact with the local people explore their lifestyles. Take a walk around Kolo village. This tour will take you to traditional Irangi’s homes with traditional houses. Visit Chief Kimolo, a great and long respected leader during German colonial rule. Get to know the history of Irangi traditional leadership and their culture from a story teller of the chief family.


Village Biking Tour (2-4 hrs)

On your bike, Visit the Sandawe-Semi Bushmen tribe, the clicking language speaking tribe similar to Hadzabe. Participate on various activities including their past is unforgettable experience of Hunting-gathering life. The cycling tour can proceed to Mnenia village where one will explore onion irrigation scheme and get to know about onion farming.


Ntomoko water drops tour (Sambwa Hill)

Treks this hill and visit the amazingly water drops (more than 10 village’s water supply) A marvelous trek in the Sambwa hill to ntomoko water drops, where myth has it, you might catch sight of SATU– Python protector of natural water source.


Kondoa town tour (2-5 hours)

A walking tour starts in the morning to a Reserved Natural forest where supernatural well is located. Get to know the history of the area and local believes surrounding the forest. Explore the sacred areas and enjoy your bird watching and herbs found in the forest. Under a great shade one can enjoy a drink or a picnic lunch. Proceed to a traditional meeting point under a Baobab tree where meetings have been held before Germany colonial rule. On your way down explore the beauty of the Kondoa River. The tour will lead you to the local market and local settlements of the people criss-crossing local pubs and small shopping areas  


Canoeing at Lake Munguri (2-3 hrs)

Take a walk to Lake Munguri for your canoeing and interaction with local fishermen experience. Explore the beauty of the lake decorated by water birds and the surrounding landscape. Fish with local fishermen and get to know how the local fish market operates.


Traditional honey harvesting (1-4 hours)

From African Killer –Bees, one of great adventure, climbing trees at night and testing fresh honey from sting bees  


A tour to a traditional healer (2 hrs)

Walk to the hill side with medicine woman get to know different tree species that cure several diseases visit a traditional healer will mark your day.  


Traditional honey harvesting (1-4 hours)

From African Killer –Bees, one of great adventure, climbing trees at night and testing fresh honey from sting bees  


Legereke Rock Painting

A large prehistoric frieze, similar in style to the Kondoa rock paintings, located at a spectacular site on the edge of town just west of the Dodoma road. The ochre drawings depict human figures, an elephant, jumping eland and giraffe hiding in long grass. It's an easy and worthwhile excursion from town involving a short but steep walk from the car park. A guide can be arranged on-site (about Tsh10,000 per group) or in advance with Iringa-based tour operators.


Maasai Boma Visit

Another of our most popular short tours is the Maasai tribe safari, which is based around a visit to a traditional Maasai Boma (dwelling). This tour is led by a local guide and you will be told about tribal customs and the methods in which they build their dwellings. The village we visit still preserves the traditional Maasai way of life and you will be enthralled by the truly wonderful and inspiring tales that these people will tell you about their history and way of life. You will also get a chance to learn how the Maasai women make their beautifully coloured and intricate jewellery. The money raised from the sale of their traditional jewellery goes directly back into the local community. In addition, when you join our Maasai Mara safaris you will be able to watch a traditional welcome dance – something truly special that is sure to become a lifelong memory.


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