Involve yourself in one of the Masai tribe’s stunning tradition as you jump up and down gracefully while singing to their traditional songs. You’ll probably be no match to their levitation act, but a try is worth more than an observation. Furthermore, the community will welcome you to their village huts known as Manyatta. The Manyattas are made up of cow dung and clay plastered over stick frames and the community lifestyle that involves cattle herding offers a wonderful opportunity to learn about their history.
Remember, you’re only allowed to take photographs upon request from the community.
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