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Adventure Dragon Safari facilitate your opportunity to explore and enjoy the diverse Kenya cultural Tours and traditional practices of different tribes of Kenya. The major tribes in Kenya are Luo, Kalenjin, Kamba, Kikuyu and Luhya which together account for 70% of the total population. In their rural homes, these tribes exhibit distinct cultural code of practices and traditions peculiar to each [pretty different from the others]. We are flexible in these itineraries as the number of days depends on which tribe, season, occasion and distance from the starting point.

One of Kenya best known tribes, the Masai believe that God gave them exclusive rights over all cattle in the world. They were a warring tribe and may have dominated Kenya at one time, had there not been three catastophes that brought them under British rule. In the 1880s there was a Rindepest outbreak that dwindled their herds. This was followed by an outbreak of smallpox and finally, their great leader Mbatyany, died and they could not decide on a new leader. This led to a great deal of fighting amongst themselves durring which time the British were able to gain control of the land. The Masai people do not hunt wildlife but they can be lethal killers of Lions, as a tribal custom as well as to protect their livestock.
The Samburu are part of the Masai group and have common customs and language (Maa). They range from Laikipa to Mt Nyiro and these graceful people are charming, beautiful and witty. Their lifestyle is very similair to that of the Laikipia Masai living in a mud and wattle style houses with the livestock enclosure in the middle of the boma. Steeped in tradition, the Samburu mark each stage of life with a ceremony and like the Masai, these ceremonies observe large age groupings
The Turkana are also a Nilo-Hamitic people and like the Pokot migrated from Eastern Uganda. The Turkana occupy land in the northern section of Kenya. They take great pride in their elaborate Ostrich headresses and are generally thought of as a very tough people, surviving off a harsh, dry land. The Turkana keep camels, goats, cattle and sheep and supplement their diet with Nile Perch that they net and spear from the shallows of Lake Turkana.
The Rendile are a handsome people ranging from Lake Turkana to Marsabit and are always on the move with their camels and livestock. The Rendille are Mohammedan and they are the only tribe in East Africa whose women wear a coxcomb hairstyle. They live chiefly on camel milk, blood and occasionally meat and for water they often must travel great distances. A long time ago the men were circumcised between twenty to twenty five years, but now the age is between fifteen and twenty and each young man has to present the circumiser with a goat.
The Pokot are a Nilo-Hamitic peoples who migrated from the Nile Valley of Sudan about 200 years ago. They occupy north-eastern Kenya, stretching from Lake Baringo to Lake Turkana. They are nomadic people and live of the land in this remarkably dry area. Some Pokot are sedentary while others keep livestock. Some Pokot farm on the steppes of the Rift Valley while others herd livestock in semi arid lands.. They are very decorative people, often wearing plumes of ostrich feathers in a mud and wattle cap that is moulded on the back of their head.


Days Kenya Budget Safaris :Western Circuit/Masai Mara

Day 1 Nairobi - Kisumu
Leave Nairobi in the morning, with a stop over in Kericho for lunch then walk in the Kenya tea plantations. The afternoon is spent at a tea factory learning about tea picking and processing in Kenya. Drive to Kisumu for dinner and over night via the Lwanda Magere site. Lwanda Magere is the Luo warrior who was killed and turned into a stone.
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6 Days Obama Cultural Tour(K'Ogello Tours)

The Masai Mara is one of the most famous wildlife conservation areas in the world, home to most of the African "animal kingdom".
This popular 3 day road safari offers the traveller a superb experience of seeing the wildlife and scenery of the Masai Mara.

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6 Days Kenya Cultural tour- Wizzard trip

Day 1: Nairobi- Kisumu

After an early morning breakfast, leave Nairobi for Kisumu via Nakuru and Kericho tea plantations with time to walk in the tea estates and especially the renowned Tea Hotel to see leaves being picked (it's in the center of estates surrounded by manicured lawns]. After lunch, proceed to Kisumu, a town on the shores of L. Victoria ( the biggest fresh water lake in Africa : second the world over). Dinner and night at a Kisumu Hotel

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4 Days Sacred Maasai Shrine - Namanga Hills

Day 1 Nairobi- Namanga Hills

Depart Nairobi and drive south on to the great north road past the Kapiti plains past the Maasai administrative town naiad. Then proceed to bissil town and on to the campsite for lunch and prepare your walking gear on to the namanga hills. Dinner and overnight at the camp.

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11 Days Western Kenya Safari Circuit- The Crying stone

Day 1: Pick up from the airport and transfer to your Nairobi hotel for dinner and overnight with safari briefing.

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