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    Posted April 30, 2014 by
    Tanzania, Tanzania
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    Go Join Africa Safari

    Engaruka, situated 63 km north of Mto wa Mbu, on the road to Oldonyo Lengai and Lake Natron lies at the foot of the Rift Valley escarpment. It is an important historic site as some 500 years ago, a farming community of several thousand people chose to develop and indigenous irrigation and cultivation system here. For unknown reasons, the farmers left Engaruka around 1700, but the ruins talk volumes about the highly specialized agricultural economy. The people of Engaruka offer visitors the following attractions:
    - A guided visit to one of the oldest African irrigation systems
    - A visit to the Maasai cattle market
    - A visit to a Maasai Boma
    - Walking safaris in an area of outstanding beauty
    - A look at the local community life.

    Go Join African Safari “Unlocks the Mystery of Nature” as a group of indigenous East African tour guides we tell stories that reveal what to see and do in our land of mystery and smiles; guiding you to an escapade that promises not only to capture your imagination, but to reawaken your soul with hope that you will book with us to come on a journey filled with ancient wild scenery in the land of East Africa.
    We belief in ecologically sensitive travel that combines the discovering and understanding flora and fauna with opportunities to contribute to their protection keeping in our mind & heart the traditional cultures of the people around.
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