Posts Tagged ‘Maasai’

It’s a Bush Life – rhythm and blues

It’s a Bush Life – rhythm and blues

My chosen title is a somewhat appropriate and will explain a little of my disappearance from my more frequent bush updates of the past and office life in Arusha! Before I turn to the rhythm and blues of the bush I feel after such a great season and my silence, some time is needed and […]

Gift a light

Gift a light

Bush2Beach and The African Roots Foundation (ARF) where happy to organise and host a group of 17 participants from Partners for World Health, who started their quest in Mwanza. They were loaded to the max with medical supplies which were destined to be taken out to the Biharamulo located in the Kagera region of Tanzania.

Going now, the last front-row seats to the Great Migration…

Going now, the last front-row seats to the Great Migration…

The Great Migration is currently enjoying greener pastures on the Kenya side of Serengeti in the Maasai Mara but as the seasons begin to change the sound of pounding hoof and mooing of thousands will begin to fill the air as the annual migration will begin to make its way in a clockwise direction back […]

Dancing with the Maasai

Dancing with the Maasai

One of the high-points of many a visit to the North of Tanzania is that of experiencing cultures far removed from our own. When staying at, or simply visiting, our Maasai Community Camp at Esilalei, you can be introduced to the use of plants and root-extracts as medicine, experience a Maasai goat BBQ and visit […]

In search of Water

In search of Water

A slightly delayed post, and can only put it down to happily being super busy with what has turned out for B2B to be the busiest safari season in history. Seems the world in general has recovered somewhat from the economic crash and travellers, adventure seekers are dusting off their bags, and heading down to East Africa.  […]