Kenya's culture is both varied and fragmented. Nowhere else in Africa is there such a large number of ancient cultures, all alive and well in no hurry to change. Kenya is bestowed with well over 40 different tribes with different languages and dialects, customs, beliefs and lifestyles. Unique of all tribes is the El-molo, Kenya's smallest group which is a surviving tribe just emerging from the stone age standard of living usually described as the race that has stood the test of time.
The well known Maasai, famous for their warrior ship, have a strong practical lifestyle which is basically seen to represent Kenya's traditions by foreigners. The Maasai land incorporates many of the National Parks like Amboseli, Mara, Tsavo and Nairobi National Park is now involved in the wildlife conservation projects to encourage eco-tourism.
This enables the Maasai tribe to make a living from conservation and is an important factor in the preservation of wildlife habitats outside the Parks. Visitors can experience a unique holiday leaving about their culture, wildlife and ecosystem of this fascinating tribal people.
Trust we can take you wherever your cultural interest beckons.
The following are links to Cultural Safaris in Kenya and other East Africa regions.
Riuki Cultural Center
Cultural Safaris in Maasai Mara
Samburu Cultural Safaris
Amboseli Cultural Safaris