Learn how to build a manyatta (a type of hut), using traditional weaving techniques and mud Stand side-by-side with the women of the Maasai and gain insight into how a modern tribe lives as you learn about their deep-rooted culture and traditions Enjoy a typical, local lunch of ugali and vegetables and spend time getting to know your hosts Get out of the city for a day and spend time soaking up the views and vibe of the beautiful Kenyan countryside Support local women to earn a living, with 100% of your tour fees going directly to the purchase of building materials for the manyattas Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour: Your tour is run in partnership with One Horizon Africa, a non-profit organisation dedicated to alleviating poverty in Kenya and South Africa. All net proceeds of this tour will go to One Horizon Africa. Your tour also preserves the Maasai culture and contributes to the wealth of the community. The building of manyattas (huts) is important to the continued survival of the tribe, providing homes for families and, as most are built by female members, a vital source of income for local women.
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