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Moshi Changai

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Moshi Changai

Moshi is from the Irangi tribe and knows everything there is to know about African animals and the environment. His main focus now is the Kondoa region of Tanzania. He lives with his wife and 2 children.

The Bee Project


Historically, beekeepers in rural villages have used the bark from trees to make hives which leaves trees vulnerable to disease. We offer our clients the opportunity to bring in sustainable bee boxes, which have been proven to improve crop yields by up to 300%, to villages that have had a long tradition of bee keeping.  We have set up a program to for tourists to bring bee boxes made from sustainable forests that you will buy from a local vendor in Kondoa town.  Sustainable Beekeeping is non-extractive and promotes environmental conservation, for an intact environment.

You will spend the afternoon in a small village learning about bees and experiencing village life.  In the evening you will harvest honey with a group of bee-keepers in the village who will collect the honey.  That evening you will sleep in a mud hut.

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Tribe Visit (Barbaig or Sandawe)

The Sandawe and Barabaig tribes live very close together but have vastly different ways of life. The Sandawe people are a small group living

The Kolo Rock Paintings

Our knowledgable guides will help you decipher the elongated people, animals, and hunting scenes in the different locations. There are three different

Walking Tours

We offer walking tours in the towns and villages.  Take a walk around a village to learn about the history of the Irangi culture

Honey Harvesting

In Tanzania traditional beekeeping produces amoung the purest honey in the world. The best time to harvest honey is at night when the

Traditional Healer

A traditional healer is someone who treats different diseases in the local communities using plants and natural remedies that have been used over

Homestay Program

Travellers have the unique opportunity to spend more time in one of the villages. Over the course of a night, several days or

Ntomoko Waterfall

Join the water watchman and trek up Sambwa hill near the small village of Ntomoko.  Ntomoko falls is the water source that serves over 20,000

COMPLETED Iyoli Water Project

Kondoa Cultural Tourism Enterprise has identified Iyoli Village in need of a clean water supply.  Their water dried up in 2014 and they had to walk