Reveling with Masai

As famous warriors, Masai is the predominant nomadic tribe of Kenya in Africa. Even in modern times they proudly carry their old customs. They still live in mud houses plastered with animal dung. In fact whole area they inhabit is covered in smelly dung. Then making fire in traditional way. And dark rooms with just a hole filtering natural light inside. I was very surprised seeing them cook dinner inside without proper light. I would say that whole living pattern of Masai was unique to witness.

Before I forget I must tell you that I had the privilege of being honored when they welcomed me with headgear of Masai chief on my head. I was overwhelmed. This post is the pictorial treat of Masai village.

Masai people have peculiar way of singing and dancing that does not comprise any instrument. So lyrical with rhythmic moves.Tales of warriors and tales of love, dominate their songs. Very audible and pleasing to hear. Their dance form comprise of circular moves with intervening slow and fast steps comprising dash of jumps in peculiar body postures.

My joyous moments with Masai tribe in Masai Mara village. I danced with them. I sang with them. I share my revelry with Masai through this post.



This was my illustrative post on my visit to Masai village in Kenya. I hope you enjoyed Masai experience through my post as much as I enjoyed being there.


  1. I love learning of other cultures and I am intrigued by your post! I love your absolutely beautiful photographs that make me feel as if I too am there experiencing this beauty…

  2. Minus the smell of animal dung everywhere, this would be a very interesting experience! i would love to visit Africa and see such customs still in practice today. Learning more about their culture would be so fascinating to me and you are so lucky to be able to do this!

  3. What an amazing experience! I am always impressed when I come to your blog, you have done some truly incredible things. Its lovely that made you feel so welcome and even gave you one of their traditional head pieces. This must have been a very heart warming and eye opening experiences!

  4. African cultures are always interesting to read about, it looks like you really enjoyed yourself. Beautiful picture, glad to learn about them, wish to visit Kenya one day!

  5. It looks like you had a wonderful day with Masai group. It is really nice to get socialize with other tribe or culture. Masai Group looks like they are having fun with you.

  6. Wow this truly looks like an incredible experience. I love that you got to sing and dance and learn the culture. Fantastic once in a lifetime visit! I am glad you enjoyed it πŸ™‚

  7. When were you in Kenya? I’d love be to hear more of those cultural differences that often make us gasp. Those are the most interesting, don’t you think? Such vibrant colors.

  8. Very nice post and it is such an interesting thing to know more about different cultures like this. I am happy that they are still tribes that proudly wearing and continue living in their traditions.

  9. I can totally understand why it must have been amazing! I met a lot of Massai people in Tanzania and saw their village in the Ngrorongoro Crate πŸ™‚ It was really awesome

  10. I love this post! It’s nice to know that there are still timeless traditions still being practiced and that these people live fulfilled lives. Beautiful πŸ’•

  11. This is such an interesting post indeed. I love that these traditions are still being practised! The Masai tribe looks amazing to see.

    • Yes language barrier certainly there. But one person of the village does interacts in little English to conduct with travelers visiting to their village.

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