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Maasai market visit every Saturday

Maasai market visit every Saturday - Morogoro, Tanzania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Morogoro, Tanzania

From USD
$87.00

If it happens you are in Morogoro for a work and you are thinking where to spend your Saturday just book this activity and your Saturday will end well with our team

An open Maasai market every Saturday, open from 0700hrs to 1800hrs and this is just on the high way  from from Morogoro to the Tanzania capital city (DODOMA) just one hour drive from Morogoro. This area is quite safe walking during the day and there will be very many people Maasai and local people, being tourist should not make you worry ... More info ›

If it happens you are in Morogoro for a work and you are thinking where to spend your Saturday just book this activity and your Saturday will end well with our team

An open Maasai market every Saturday, open from 0700hrs to 1800hrs and this is just on the high way  from from Morogoro to the Tanzania capital city (DODOMA) just one hour drive from Morogoro. This area is quite safe walking during the day and there will be very many people Maasai and local people, being tourist should not make you worry. Here you will see Maasi selling and buying cows, goats. you will get a time to try local maasai barbecue mostly its goat meat, there is also a traditional maasai alcohol and its a real must do thing if it happens you are in Morogoro

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Zanzibar: Afternoon Food Expedition Including Lunch

Zanzibar: Afternoon Food Expedition Including Lunch - Zanzibar City, Tanzania

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Zanzibar City, Tanzania

From USD
$29.00

Explore the charming streets of Zanzibar’s Stone Town on an afternoon food expedition that takes you to the best local food spots in town. Learn about the fascinating history of this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site and visit the local market with a local guide by your side ... More info ›

Explore the charming streets of Zanzibar’s Stone Town on an afternoon food expedition that takes you to the best local food spots in town. Learn about the fascinating history of this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site and visit the local market with a local guide by your side. As you unlock the secrets of the area’s culinary delights, you’ll meet local people and learn about their everyday lives. This is a captivating (and tasty) introduction to everything that historic Stone Town has to offer!

Your afternoon food tour begins in the heart of Stone Town and we strongly recommend that you bring a big appetite with you because there will be plenty of delicious bites to try as we explore this cultural melting pot!

After a brief introduction to our beautiful town, we will make our way to the first foodie stop of the day, a local shop to try a mixture of salty and sweet snacks, a sort of pre-appetiser before we head over to our lunch stop. The friendly shop owner will invite you to sit on a mat on the shop floor to eat, as this is the customary way of eating in this part of the world. As you enjoy the snacks on offer, your guide will explain to you what you’re eating and how it fits into the local culinary culture.    

We will then head over to our next stop, where we’ll enjoy a sit-down lunch together. While the dishes may vary depending on the season and what’s available, your meal will usually consist of a delicious soup, locally caught and prepared fish, vegetables and fresh bread. There will be several plates on the table and you’ll be encouraged to have a taste from each of them.

After filling up on a tasty lunch we’re off to the local market for an authentic slice of daily life in Stone Town. This colourful and lively market is where the locals go to pick up everything from spices and fresh dates to locally caught fish and meat.

We will visit the fish and meat part of the market first. It is worth noting that this area is not for the faint-hearted, so if you are squeamish at all, we recommend that you spend time admiring another section of the market for 10 minutes and then meet up with us again afterwards.

As we traverse the market, your guide will tell you a little of its history and clue you in to why it is such an important part of daily life in Zanzibar.

We will make our way over to the fruit, vegetable and spice sections next, soaking up the unique vibes, exotic smells and the frenetic atmosphere. Here we will stop to enjoy a dessert of fruit, most likely a fresh coconut, but it will depend on availability that day.

Your tour will end with a strong Zanzibar coffee at an iconic joint that’s been popular with locals for decades. Here they come to catch up with neighbours, for political debates and to play board games, it’s a genuine hidden gem in the heart of the old town that many tourists pass by but few realise that they can sit down on the baraza and enjoy a local-style coffee as the locals do!

To finish the tour, your guide will walk you back through the enchanting maze that is Stone Town, back to the Old Fort where it all began. Before you go, don’t forget to ask your local guide for tips on what else to see, do and eat during your stay in beautiful Zanzibar. 

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Stone Town Foodie Walk

Stone Town Foodie Walk - Zanzibar, Tanzania

Duration: 2 to 3 hrs
Location: Zanzibar, Tanzania

From USD
$40.00

Embark on a flavourful grassroots “Foodie Walk”; a discovery of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stone Town through its food history  The tour starts off at Forodhani Gardens for a briefing, accompanied with spicy black coffee and sweet bitings (made of peanuts, grated coconut and more) drawing from Zanzibar’s eclectic food heritage.

This tour features a walk through the narrow winding streets of Stone Town, discovering the archipelago’s rich food culture, which has drawn influences from the Portuguese who brought the staple ‘boflo bread’, the Omani/Yemeni who introduced their coffee served at many ‘coffee corners’, the Indians who came with their ‘bhajia & kachori’ from Gujarat, that is now a staple part of the ‘Zanzibar Urojo mix’ and much more.The highlight of the tour is ofcourse in the tasting of the various foods at ‘local joints’; where one learns of Zanzibar’s heritage right in the middle of the buzzing old town.

Discover this Indian Ocean UNESCO deep roots on a 3 hours walking traditional food tour with a trained and English-speaking guide ... More info ›

Embark on a flavourful grassroots “Foodie Walk”; a discovery of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stone Town through its food history  The tour starts off at Forodhani Gardens for a briefing, accompanied with spicy black coffee and sweet bitings (made of peanuts, grated coconut and more) drawing from Zanzibar’s eclectic food heritage.

This tour features a walk through the narrow winding streets of Stone Town, discovering the archipelago’s rich food culture, which has drawn influences from the Portuguese who brought the staple ‘boflo bread’, the Omani/Yemeni who introduced their coffee served at many ‘coffee corners’, the Indians who came with their ‘bhajia & kachori’ from Gujarat, that is now a staple part of the ‘Zanzibar Urojo mix’ and much more.The highlight of the tour is ofcourse in the tasting of the various foods at ‘local joints’; where one learns of Zanzibar’s heritage right in the middle of the buzzing old town.

Discover this Indian Ocean UNESCO deep roots on a 3 hours walking traditional food tour with a trained and English-speaking guide. Through Stone Town's maze, you will learn about the archipelago's food heritage and its originality as well as how it has formed the culture we see today in Zanzibar. 

The tour will start off at Forodhani Garden for briefing over traditional coffee with some sweet snacks to go them whilst looking over the Indian Ocean. As the tour commences, your guide will uncover the truth behind the various food influences in Zanzibar.

  • 3 hour walking tour of Stone Town with a trained guide whilst discovering the archipelago's food secrets
  • Sample boflo bread at a local bakery, Indian Zanzibar Urojo mix, sip on some hand-pressed sugarcane juice
  • Walk through inner Stone Town and learn about the best 'local food joints'
  • Visit a buzzing food market and taste some seasonal tropical fruits
  • Tour is conducted privately or in small groups of uptown 5 people to maintained personalised experiences
The tour has been curated to offer hotel pickup/drop-off in Stone Town for personal tours ONLY. The tour excludes any transportation, tips, additional food items, drinks not offered during the tour.

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Local food Cooking in Arusha Community

Local food Cooking in Arusha Community - Arusha, Tanzania

Duration: 4 to 9 hrs
Location: Arusha, Tanzania

From USD
$94.00


African Food cooking

This cultural program is founded with the aim of providing our clients with a touch of local life. This provides a quickly contrast to that of our neighbors, the MAASAI.We give an opportunity to our clients to visit places of interest and participate in the daily activities within our area.

Starting at 09:00Am, Your guide will give you a short introduction on Tanzanian food and explain about the different local dishes ... More info ›


African Food cooking

This cultural program is founded with the aim of providing our clients with a touch of local life. This provides a quickly contrast to that of our neighbors, the MAASAI.We give an opportunity to our clients to visit places of interest and participate in the daily activities within our area.

Starting at 09:00Am, Your guide will give you a short introduction on Tanzanian food and explain about the different local dishes. After you have decided on the menu you'd like to cook, you'll go and buy all ingredients at the local market.

At a local household in Arusha your guide will show you the cooking utensils that are used in Tanzania, before you can start the actual preparations.

You'll have your meal outside on reed mats under the banana trees. After your meal you can have a short walk around the neighborhood. Duration : 4-8 hours.

 

This cultural program is founded with the aim of providing our clients with a touch of local life. This provides a quickly contrast to that of our neighbors, the MAASAI.We give an opportunity to our clients to visit places of interest and participate in the daily activities within our area.

Starting at 09:00Am, Your guide will give you a short introduction on Tanzanian food and explain about the different local dishes. After you have decided on the menu you'd like to cook, you'll go and buy all ingredients at the local market.

At a local household in Arusha your guide will show you the cooking utensils that are used in Tanzania, before you can start the actual preparations.

You'll have your meal outside on reed mats under the banana trees. After your meal you can have a short walk around the neighborhood. Duration : 4-8 hours.

 

 

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