Maasai ecotourism will allow you to experience the traditional Maasai way of living, including hunting, bush cooking, and eventually tanning or dancing under the sun. The practice of hunting and gathering wildlife has been going on for centuries, and it is still as prevalent in Kenya as in any other African country. However, there is a marked difference between the way this ecotourism is done in Kenya and Tanzania, the other countries that border the coast of Africa. When you plan a tour of these regions, you will have the chance to witness the beauty of nature, interact with the locals and learn more about this beautiful community.
There are a host of activities to pursue in this region. First, you can visit Maasai Mara National Park; for example, tourists can go on a walking safari to camp and cook their food at night. They can also participate in tracking, elephant and lion tracking, swimming and boating, and bird watching.