Local Music

Local Music

While visiting one of the lodges on your trip, one night of the week may include some Local Music played by one of the many village bands.

Music is a very important part of the African Culture, as it provides a means to relax, and for the community to come together and talk about their lives.

All music tells of tales of either lost loved ones, or the struggle to achieve. East Africa has become the hub for local music, and often plays host to some of the continents most famous musicians.

For more information on making a local music experience part of your Tanzanian Safari contact us.


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