Kenya Cultural Tours – Enlightening & Experiential Experiences with Kenya’s Fascinating Cultures

Cultural Tours in Kenya give you up close and personal experiences with the Maasai, Samburu, Swahili, Turkana, Pokot, El Molo, Rendille, and other tribal people. Deks Africa Safaris & Tours arrange authentic village visits that go beyond mere scripted Kenya safaris! You actually participate in the traditions and ceremonies of native tribes. Imagine being invited to a real Maasai wedding, in a Swahili family home in Lamu to help prepare a coastal meal and visit with Samburu village women while they show you how to make intricately beaded chokers.

Closely related to the Maasai, the Samburu live in northern Kenya around the foothills of the Koito For-Ololokwe Mountains in the SamburuShaba, and Buffalo Springs wilderness. The pastoral setting and semi-nomadic lifestyle provide an untainted wilderness to live side by side with animals. A seaside holiday in eastern Kenya safaris tour is an opportunity to interact with the Swahili people.

The narrow streets in the coastal islands of Lamu are filled with the melodious sounds of traditional Swahili music, known as “Taarab.” As you wander the streets, you find many signs of the Swahili culture in the architectural details. Take time to ask vendors in the small markets the story behind their artistic wares, as Swahili people use arts and crafts as a means of self-expression. As natives, Deks Africa Safaris & Tours can offer many more insights into Kenya’s fascinating cultures and arrange activities to give you an intimate and deep understanding of these and other ancient people.

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Maasai People Cultural Tours Kenya

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A Deks Safaris cultural tour of Kenya gives a personal insight into some of the 42 different indigenous tribes, their beliefs, and traditions. Although most of our cultural experiences are visits to authentic remote villages, Kenya’s towns and cities represent a unique culture in their own right. Each metropolis represents an interesting mix of cultures and ethnic beliefs, reflected in architecture, food, art, clothing, and more.

More importantly, many of Kenya’s indigenous peoples are under great pressure from the modern world. Our Cultural Tours help raise awareness of their challenges as well as the important role they play in Africa. In addition, a portion of the fees charged for your Kenya Cultural Tours accommodation during your African wilderness safari activities is dedicated to local communities for specific educational, health, and life-improving projects. These funds supplement communities’ income through employment in camps and shelters in Kenya.

Why Choose Deks Safaris for Cultural Adventures

We organize a cultural tour to a nearby village where you will witness an authentic way of life that exists in a few places in the world today. We welcome you to a traditional home to familiarize yourself with meal preparation, family structure, and ancient practices. The itinerary is culturally sensitive, so your visitors will have little or no impact on the city and people.

Although your cultural tour of Africa may include all indigenous peoples, the two most commonly encountered in Kenya are the Masai and the Samburu, the main tribes that have preserved their traditions. Anthropologists and other scientists believe that both tribes share a common ancestor. The Maasai and Samburu maintain a nomadic pastoral lifestyle that is deeply rooted in nature. They do not hunt wild animals for food. Instead, their diet has historically included milk and their prized blood and meat from cattle, as well as sometimes favorite roots and plants. More recently, these tribes have turned to agriculture to support their villages.

During your Cultural Tours to Kenya, you will meet members of the Maasai and Samburu tribes in their villages or many lodges in the country. You only get a glimpse of their culture as you sit around the campfire listening to traditional songs and watching their dance performances. Your visit to the village can be enriched by a face-to-face meeting with the elders who are happy to share their knowledge. You may also be invited to attend a traditional wedding, or other initiation rites, e.g.Gram. Warrior ceremonies or watch the village women create the intricate beaded jewelry both tribes are known for.

In other cultures, you can interact with our Swahili in their small coastal towns. Kenya’s beach areas are also close to many of its ancient settlements and ruins. Another fascinating tribe in Kenya are the Turkana, Rendille, and Pokot on the shores of Lake Turkana, home to the cradle of mankind, along with Kenya’s smallest tribe – El Molo, and Deks Safaris can get you in touch with their quirky traditions and lifestyle bring.

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