“It was so exiting watching thousands of wildebeest crossing the serengeti, it was an experience of its own, never seen such a thing before, just in Tanzania, just with Ipam Safaris.”
--- Colms Coleman---
CEO Ceba Company
For those on a Tanzania holiday getting the chance to discover more about the people of Tanzania is really an opportunity that should not be missed. How do every day Tanzanians live their daily lives, where do they live and work, what do they do to socialize? How are Tanzanian children educated? All of these questions can be answered by arranging to visit some of the many towns and villages that will be near your African safari base.
For holidaymakers and tourists who are interested, their local guides can arrange for them to visit local schools, medical centers, markets or to see the work being done by the many conservationists who make it their life work to help preserve the unique Tanzanian environment.
If the arts are of interest to you can do more than just purchase arts and crafts to take home with you, you can actually go and see local artisans at work or local entertainers rehearsing and performing. You can probably even give some of it a try yourself.