Welcome to “Olpopongi” Maasai Cultural Village & Museum - authentic Maasai Boma with Maasai- Museum & overnight facilities in Tanzania. “Olpopongi” provides a unique Maasai & Wildlife experience in the West-Kilimanjaro Maasailand; Just 74 km from Moshi and 85 km from Arusha. Our aim is YOU to share the authentic Maasai life & culture in a 100% traditional built village (Boma) with a unique museum, rather than taking tourists to private Maasai-Villages and destroy the Maasai native homes, behaviors and environment.
The Hadzabe Bushmen
Northern Tanzania, not far from the Ngorongoro crater, Lake Manyara and Serengeti National Parks, you can meet and spend time with the only Bushmen tribe still living as hunters and gatherers, and spend a day or two with them hunting small game by bow and arrow, or picking plants, roots or wild growing vegetables who they sustain their living on. while you join them bee honey hunting in the forest
Materuni Village Tours
A village nestled at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro invites you to explore’ Take advantage of an extra day or two in the Moshi area to explore Materuni, a unique village of wonder sitting on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. The village is blessed with natural beauty and cultural interest, assuring your most memorable experience. While in the village, the views of Moshi Town and Mount Kilimanjaro are astonishing. This village with fresh air, friendly welcoming residents and lush green vegetation welcomes visitors to explore the beauty of the land and cultural heritage of the Chagga people.
Mamba and Marangu
Mamba and Marangu in the Kilimanjaro area have both natural and cultural heritage to offer the visitor. There are more than seven waterfalls in the vicinity, unique flora with tree, flower an fruit nurseries and fauna. Tour the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro and ascend to beautiful viewpoints. Tours through Marangu offers panoramic view of Mt. Kilimanjaro.These tours include the Kinukamori and Moonjo falls and a visit to a Chagga house made of straw-roofing.See the first coffee tree planted in Tanzania and climb up Ngangu Hill. A trip to the African Art Centre that houses a collection of ancient and modern sculptures, carvings and painting, is rewarding.