(7 kms) out of Arusha town, on the green and steep slopes of Mount
Meru, there a village whose habitants are farmers from the Wa-arusha
tribe. The Wa-arusha tribe forms a part of the Maasai group who
has gradually shifted from the pastoralism to agriculture.
Some Wa-arusha still lives in the traditional bomas,
some in stone houses, some still depend on their cows and some cultivate
large plot. The village shows the transition from the traditional
into modern Afrikan life.
At Ng'eresi villagers will offer you:
• A guide tour of some farms on the green and steep slopes
of Mount Meru.
• For development lovers, a visit to a number
of developments projects in the village (soil conservation, irrigation,
cross breeding, biogas, and fish nursery).
• A climb to Kivesi Hill, an old volcano
with a natural forest on top will give you a beautiful view over
the surrounding area.
• The old stories and traditional houses will give you a
view of Wa-arusha culture with their ins and outs.
• During the meal time, apart from meals
that you have been used to from your hotel prepared by men's creativity,
here you can have a meal prepared with Afrikan love from Juhudi
Touring on this Wa-arusha village can range from a day walking
tour to one and half day walking tour.