Kilimanjaro Situated in East Africa, just south of the equator, mainland Tanzania lies between the area of the great lakes; Victoria, Tanganyika and Malawi – with the Indian Ocean on its’ coastline to the east. It has land borders with Uganda and Kenya to the north, Mozambique and Malawi to the south, Zambia to the southwest and DRC Congo, Burundi and Rwanda to the west.
Maasai Tanzania’s culture is a result of African, Arab, European and Indian influences. The native people of Tanzania consist of about 120 tribal groups. The largest groups are of Bantu origin. The Maasai who are Nilotes are found in Arusha. It is one of the least urbanized countries in Sub- Saharan Africa, but traditional African ideals are being deliberately adapted to modern life.