“Enduimet is the place to be, I spent 4 days out there. I got to see all types of wildlife in their natural habitats which was a first for me! Would totally do it again.” Marvelouse G. – Student


Hike through the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro with a local Maasai warrior. See the diverse wildlife native to Enduimet such as zebras, giraffes, gazelles, and depending on the time of day some rare animals. The bird life is active and plentiful so don’t forget to grab your binoculars!



Grab a bike and head out on an adventure. Choose between a short bike ride or a full day of cycling. The difficulty levels range but nonetheless it’s a unique experience. Just you and your bike maybe a few zebras and antelopes!


Game Driving

Jump into an open-topped safari vehicle and head across the plains of Enduimet to view wildlife and diverse bird population in the vast landscapes below Kilimanjaro. Seek out special species native to Enduimet like Gerenuks, Lesser-kudu, or Oryx. Busy during the day? That’s okay night drives can easily be arranged.

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Donkey Trekking

Enduimet offers bushwalking treks and expeditions. Go places where cars can’t go and explore the landscapes off the beaten path. All while experienced donkeys carry your food and equipment across the rough terrain supervised by a Maasai guide.


Self-exploration expedition

Explore the wilderness with your own 4X4 with no restrictions. Enduimet offers you a great place to test your 4X4 skills, and discover some of the most remote tracks the WMA has to offer using your gps or the Enduimet navigation app to go beyond. The sky’s the limit!


Horse Riding

Ride deep into the bush passing several Maasai communities. Feel the wind in your hair and the freedom to explore the most beautiful landscapes Enduimet has to offer. It’s a once in a lifetime experience.

For information on horse riding, please contact the Sinya Tourism Office.


Maasai Life & Knowledge

At Enduimet, we are proud to have the authentic Maasai experience, as they have done for many years. Visit a boma and immerse yourself in their daily routine by: milking a cow, walking 3 kilometers to fetch water or firewood, and preparing a meal. In addition, Enduimet is one of the only places where you can see a hand dug water well which connect the community by bringing water collection points closer to the village. At Enduimet you’ll experience the culture of the people!