Burunge Visitors Centre

The Centre which is in Olasiti Village about 100 kilometres from Arusha is near the turn-off to the Tarangire National Park.

Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks

Burunge Wildlife Management Area safeguards an important wildlife migration corridor between Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks for biodiversity threatened by human settlement, pastoralism and farming.

Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks

Burunge Wildlife Management Area safeguards an important wildlife migration corridor between Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks for biodiversity threatened by human settlement, pastoralism and farming.

Datoga women

The Datoga themselves blend in with their environment, their dress being the colour of the reddish brown soil. Only on closer inspection will they appear colorful with their reddish, patched leather dresses, bead work, and brass bracelets and necklaces.

Tarangire National Park for biodiversity.

The park is famous for its huge number of elephants, baobab trees. Visitors to the park can expect to see any number of resident zebra, giraffe and wildebeest in addition to the less common animals.

The area is home to four tribes namely the Bantu speaking, Mbugwe, and the non-Bantu tribes, Maasai, Datoga and Iraqw.

Imboru Tours Limited has been appointed to run the Visitor Centre for the Burunge Wildlife Management Area (BWMA) in Babati District, Manyara Region. The Visitor Centre, situated before the turn-off to your Tarangire National Park is meant to facilitate exhibition and interpretation of resources and culture found in BWMA. The Centre was conceived as a one-stop shop for tourists so as to get orientation of the BWMA and surrounding area of Tarangire-Manyara Ecosystem.

The facility is expected to feature exhibits that grace the centre with art, information and cultural aspects of the ethnic groups, flora and fauna of the area!

Datoga women!

Datoga women!
Datoga people also known as the Barbaig are agro-pastoral nomadic Nilotic speaking people.

Maasai dancing

Maasai dancing
Masaai people are agro-pastoral nomadic Nilotic speaking dancing at burunge visitor's centre.

Datoga boys

Datoga boys
Visitors will get to see and appreciate division of labor among the family members for Datoga boys in taking care of the livestock.

Masaai women

Masaai women
Welcome to Maasai Cultural Village & Museum - meet with Maasai women and authentic Maasai Boma.

Burunge Visitor centre

Burunge Visitor centre
The centre will strive to boost revenue for local communities of ten villages of Mbugwe Division in Babati District, Manyara Region.

Datoga girls

Datoga girls
Make a tour to a Datoga Boma where you will meet a family, listen to stories about their way of life.