If you are heading to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania, don’t skip a visit to a Maasai village. They’re maybe the most famous of the indigenous tribes of East Africa and the most common to visit, but it’s still an experience worthy of taking.
One can visit the Maasai Cultural bomas in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area to learn more about their unique culture, to take photographs, and to buy mementos. There is an entrance fee to be paid but it is well worth it. Please be sensitive to the fact that it is considered bad manners to take photographs of people along the roadside without consent. A visit to one of the following is highly recommended:
KILOKI SENYATI CULTURAL BOMA
Situated on the main road to Serengeti, 7 km south-west of the Olduvai Gorge Information Center
LOONGUKU CULTURAL BOMA
Situated on the main road to Serengeti, 10km before the turn-off to Olduvai Gorge
IRKEEPUSI CULTURAL BOMA
Situated 2km north-east of Lemala mini gate, on the main road to Empakaai
SENETO CULTURAL BOMA
Situated just west of the Seneto Gate, within the Malanja Depression
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