Kondoa Irangi Rock Paintings

The Kondoa Irangi Rock Paintings are a series of caves carved into the side of a hill looking out over the steppe. The caves contain paintings, some of which are believed to date back more than 1500 years.

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Tours and Projects

Our tours and projects all take place in the Kondoa region of Tanzania. They are adventurous tours that benefit local people and businesses and build in environmental projects, developed by the communities.

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Water Well Initiative

The small village of Iyoli's water source dried up last year. Today they have to walk over 5km to the river for their water. We are developing a long term initiative to raise funds to build another solar powered well.

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News from the People

We have a program where a local journalist will write a short story about life in their village. Most people have mobile phones here so the stories will be sent via text to Moshi Changai and then passed onto the web developer to upload to the blog. When there is a tour in one of the villages a camera will be lent to a journalist for an hour to take pictures.

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The Story of the Goat Shepherd

Once upon a tome there lived a goat shepherd. Every morning he would take his…

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Moshi Changai: The Scorpion and the Frog

There was a scorpion who wanted to cross the river but since he didn’t know…

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Yasinta Sulley: Sac Gardens

I am Yasinta J. Sulley.  I was living in Manyara region, Babati district and I…