About Endallah

Our fellow villagers are not headhunting snakewhisperers. On the contrary they have a certain Victorian view on clothing and behaviour. All our guests will be welcomed with open arms and you'll find our people friendly and respectful. However it’s advisable to follow some basic rules:

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Endallah Cultural Tours is owned and established by John L. Mahu, the father of our family. Happy, his oldest daughter, runs the business for him. She'll get the hulp from her other sisters and brother and her mom when they're at home. Furthermore several temporary guest are staying in the house: relatives or friends who all for their own reasons decide to stay with the Mahu family for a while. One big family!

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Although water and energy are pretty scarce in Tanzania, you should be able to charge your batteries and take your shower on time. Calling home is possible anywhere but being called can be difficult in Endallah and Engare Sero. The places with the best network are the national parks!

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Endallah has about 4500 inhabitants and stretches out between Lake Manyara National Park in the South, Getamock and Endamarariek in the West, Basodowish in the North and Chemchem in the east. Endallah is situated at about 35 kilometers from Ngorongoro Conservation Area’s main gate and is only a few hours driving away from Serengeti’s Naabi Hill gate, Lake Natron, Tarangire, Mang’Ola and of course Lake Manyara. The drive from Arusha to Endallah takes about 2,5 hours.

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Our house is the biggest house in town and has received many guests from throughout the years. We won't get any stars for our facilities but we hope to get them one day for our hospitality and authenticity!

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