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Hey Guys! 👋🏽♥️ Chaga, also spelled Chagga, Bantu-speaking people living on the fertile southern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in northern Tanzania. They are one of the wealthiest and most highly organized of Tanzanian peoples. The Chaga are descended from immigrants of various groups who migrated into the once forest-covered foothills. Most of the 400 main clans are of Kamba origin; others are from Teita, Masai, and other peoples. The Chaga have a relatively egalitarian social system. Traditionally, Chagaland was divided into a number of politically independent chiefdoms. There was, however, no paramount chief until Marealle was established in that position by the German administration in 1893. Here is my incredible experience by 🤍K_doo_k_pesa or his email for the tour doomtengwa🤍gmail.com he shows us how local Chagga people live and how they make coffee. I hope you enjoy! 🎥 Shooting and editing done by 🤍Hopefx_ Email Inquires: vhopefx🤍gmail.com 🛎 Turn on the BELL notifications 🛎 So you do not miss any new videos! Thank you so much for watching! Make sure you like , comment, and SUBSCRIBE below. ✅ Support the projects I am currently working on: 📚 GoFundMe for Zimbabwe Education: 🤍 Here's to support ALL projects I WANT TO OPEN UP MY OWN OR ORPHANGAGE PLEASE SUPPORT!! 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Venmo: 🤍 Paypal: 🤍paypal.me/DJewels ✨ Lets's stay connected! ✨ 🏃🏽♀️ Follow me on ALL platforms ✔️ 📸 Instagram 🤍JewelsOnTheRun 🤍 📍 "Like" my Facebook page "Jewels On The Run" 🤍 ⚡️ Twitter 🤍Jewelsontherun 🤍twitter.com/jewelsontherun - Diamond
Los Chaga viven en las faldas del Monte Kilimanjaro, desde hace aproximadamente unos 300 años. En un principio, eran nómadas y se dedicaban a la ganadería, sin embargo a lo largo del tiempo, se han ido asentando en poblados de forma permanente, dedicándose sobre todo a la agricultura de sus tierras. Son una de las tribus de Tanzania más grandes y en esta visita a la aldea Materuni te mostramos sus plantaciones de café, las cuevas Chaga y las famosas Materuni Waterfalls. PD: No viajes SIN SEGURO DE VIAJES!!! Viaja seguro siempre, contrátalo en cualquier lugar y al mejor precio, estos son los que usamos: ► 5% de descuento en el mejor seguro de viajes aquí: 🤍 ► El mejor seguro para nómadas digitales: 🤍 ► EXCURSIONES y TOURS en TANZANIA: 🤍 ► SUSCRÍBETE al canal aquí: 🤍 ═════════════════════════════════════════ ▷Gana 34 dólares en Airbnb registrándote desde este enlace: 🤍 ═════════════════════════════════════════ ¿QUÉ CÁMARAS USAMOS? Mi cámara principal: 🤍 GoPro con carcasa acuática: 🤍 Mi disco duro (3Tb): 🤍 Trípode: 🤍 Micrófonos de solapa doble: 🤍 Micrófono entrevistas y voz en off: 🤍 ═════════════════════════════════════════ Pocas veces subimos vídeos estando en el destino, para saber dónde estamos en este momento sigue nuestras historias en tiempo real en Instagram y Facebook Síguenos en: 🤍 🤍 🤍 ═════════════════════════════════════════ Music by Kevin MacLeod. ~ Artifact - Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link: 🤍 Music by Kevin MacLeod. ~ Bumba Crossing - Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license: 🤍 Download link: 🤍 #ChagaTribe #TribusTanzania #Tanzania
Hey ya'll, JOIN THE FULL SOUL TRAVEL MEMBERSHIP: 🤍 In this vlog I travel through Moshi to a Chagga Village then hike up to Materuni waterfalls. This part of Tanzania is full of nature. It felt like I was in a different world. I had a few issues on the hike but nevertheless is was a wonderful experience. If you are interested in taking a trip like this please email me: fullsoultravel🤍gmail.com. I will be planning a group trip to some dope places in TZ in the next few months. PEACE x LOVE, Marian WHAT TO WATCH NEXT: ○ EPIC SAFARI TRIP - 🤍 ○ THE MASAI WARRIORS - 🤍 ○ WHY I LEFT AMERICA - 🤍 //VPN: 🤍 //COME SAY HI! ○Instagram: 🤍 ○Email: fullsoultravel🤍gmail.com //SUPPORT THE CHANNEL! ○ 🤍 ○ 🤍 //MONEY RESOURCES! ○World Remit: 🤍 ○No International Fee Banking | Chime: 🤍 ○Free Stock: 🤍 //CAMERA GEAR USED: ○ My camera - 🤍 ○ Vlog 📷- 🤍 ○ SD card - 🤍 ○ Mic - 🤍 ○ Gimbal - 🤍 ○ Drone- 🤍 //MUSIC: FREE TRIAL ○🤍 And make sure you subscribe to my channel! 🤍 DISCLAIMER: Links included in this description might be affiliate links. If you purchase a product or service with the links that I provide I may receive a small commission. There is no additional charge to you! Thank you for supporting Full Soul Travel.
Voici le 1er épisode de ma première série de vlogs voyage ! Le projet ? 10 jours d'ascension au sommet du Kilimandjaro pour Alex et Maël, deux sportifs et aventuriers en herbe, qui se sont lancés le pari fou d'atteindre pour la première fois, l'Uhuru Peak à 5895m d'altitude. Au fil des épisodes vous allez découvrir les étapes de ce trek et les difficultés qu'ils ont rencontrés. Mais toujours, dans la bonne humeur ! Cette première ascension est pour eux, un point de départ vers de prochaines expéditions. Pour suivre le projet : Instagram : 🤍hight5series Youtube : 🤍
Here we are at the end of the 4 part Africa series with my amazing friend Mary Ruddick. If you haven’t listened to the previous 3, I’d suggest going back and starting at the beginning. I’d really recommend doing this for this entire podcast series. It’s designed as an educational journey through the complex, conflicting world that is nutrition, health, food, the environment, and more. This episode covers the rest of our journey including the Datoga tribe, the Chagga on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro, and the transition of all the native living populations into the villages and then into the city. It’s a very clear decline in health as they do so. Episode page w/ show notes: 🤍 GET THE MEAT 🤍 FREE SAPIEN FOOD GUIDE 🤍 Follow along: 🤍 🤍 🤍
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In this video you will see traditional Tanzanian food from the Wachaga tribe who lives on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, East Africa. The Chaga or Chagga are a Bantu-speaking indigenous Africans and the third largest ethnic group in Tanzania. They traditionally live the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and eastern Mount Meru in both Kilimanjaro Region and eastern Arusha Region. Their relative economic wealth comes from favorable fertile soil of mount Kilimanjaro and successful agricultural methods, which include extensive irrigation systems, terracing, and continuous organic fertilization methods practiced for thousands of years. The Chaga are said to have descended from various Bantu groups who migrated from elsewhere in Africa to the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, a migration that began around the start of the eleventh century. While the Chaga are Bantu-speakers, their language has a number of dialects somewhat related to Kamba, which is spoken in southeast Kenya,. They are ethnically related to the Pare, Taveta, Shambaa people and Taita peoples. The inhabitants reveal migration occurred back and forth throughout the history of these groups, and the Chaga people should be viewed as a part of the bigger population inhabiting the entire Kilimanjaro Corridor. The Chagaland is traditionally divided into a number of small kingdoms known as Umangi. They follow a patrilineal system of descent and inheritance. Their traditional way of life is was based primarily on agriculture, using irrigation on terraced fields and oxen manure. Although bananas are their staple food, they also cultivate various crops, including yams, beans, and maize. In agricultural exports, they are best known for their Arabica coffee, which is exported the global market markets, resulting in coffee being a primary cash crop.
While Rachel, Tova, and Dad climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mom and I decided to do some adventuring! We found a family which brings you to their village on the slope of Mt. Kilimanjaro and welcomes you into their home. We went on a long hike to a beautiful waterfall and once we returned to their home we were given a wonderful meal. Afterwards we were shown the full process of making coffee. It was a wonderful experience!! I would absolutely reccommend doing this for anyone traveling in the northern Tanzania region. (Just look up Chagga Coffee and Culture). The Chagga is a tribe of people in the Tanzanian region, and have in some places merged with tribes of Maasai
We went to the Moshi region, and it was amazing, this was day 3 in Old Moshi, we met the Grandson of Mangi Meli Mzee (elder) Isariah and the Last Malikia (Queen) Mama Elly Tonga of the Chagga tribe of Old Moshi!!!! Learning about their history was amazing!!!!! Support the project Go Fund Me: Building Parks in Tanzania 🤍 or Cash App: $BUILDTZ If you would like to help support the mission, you can support VIA 🤍Patreon.com/Steppingstones2home or Cash App: $SS2HOME We also do Repatriation and Business Consultations 🤍 Contact Us Via Email: Steppingstones2home🤍gmail.com
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Digna is teaching me how to weave the Chagga way, and old man Ansalimu is encouraging the kids to practice their prayers. Read more about the traditional banana fiber weaving and about life in the Chagga village Shimbwe on the slopes of the Kilimanjaro- in my blog "The wandering goddess" 🤍
What a wonderful experience I lived today in the village of Maturima near Moshi, Tanzania. We immersed ourselves in the culture of the Chagga tribe. They not only told us their history but also showed us the tunnels where their ancestors used hide for long periods of time to avoid the attacks of the Maasai tribes. They also showed us the process of making coffee with their songs and dances that are a vital part of daily African life. Here in this region, the Chagga tribe produces the world-famous Arabica coffee. So today we tried this delicious coffee while dancing and singing with them. ESPAÑOL Qué experiencia tan maravillosa viví hoy en el pueblo de Maturima cerca de Moshi, Tanzania. Hoy me sumergí en la cultura de la tribu Chagga. No solo nos contaron, a otros turistas a mi, su historia, sino también nos mostraron los túneles donde sus antepasados usaban de escondite durante largos períodos de tiempo para evitar los ataques de las tribus Maasai. También nos mostraron el proceso de hacer café con sus canciones y bailes que son una parte vital de la vida diaria africana. Aquí en esta región, la tribu Chagga produce el mundialmente famoso café Arábica. Así que hoy probamos este delicioso café mientras bailamos y cantamos con ellos. #chaggatribe #tanzania #moshi #kilimanjaro #pedroultreras #coffeedrinker #arabica #coffeearabica #trips #worldtraveler Más en mi página: 🤍 Pedro Ultreras Periodista, cineasta, escritor, productor, fotógrafo, maratonista, defensor de causas sociales y amante del buen café. Journalist, filmmaker, writer, producer, photographer, marathon runner and social cause fighter. Más en mi página: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Intagram: 🤍pedroultrerastv
We also had the beautiful chance to go and visit CHAGGA MUSEUM with my Fiancé..since I’m a CHAGGA in Tribe so we had to go together and get to learn more history about CHAGGA Tribe🥰🥰. It was really amazing experience and we learned a lot concerning CHAGGA Tribe and Fiancé got to hear the CHAGGA History Background and it was really interested. So we would like to advise you guys to go and visit this place.
#kilimandjaro #vlog #voyage 10 jours d'ascension au sommet du Kilimandjaro pour Alex et Mael, deux sportifs et aventuriers en herbe, qui se sont lancés le pari fou d'atteindre pour la première fois, l'Uhuru Peak à 5895m d'altitude. Au fil des épisodes vous allez découvrir les étapes de ce trek et les difficultés qu'ils ont rencontrés. Mais toujours, dans la bonne humeur ! Cette première ascension est pour eux, un point de départ vers de prochaines expéditions. A suivre, l'épisode 2 : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍hight5series
This is a story of love in a hopeless place. It takes place in Rombo, in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro and hours away from Moshi. One man, in search of banana liquor (mbege), stumbles upon a situation that will change his life. On this day he will take the first steps to becoming a true Chagga man with more than one wife. #tanzania #sabbatical #chagga - Instagram: tommyelforastero Patreon: 🤍patreon.com/sabbaticaltommy?fan_landing=true I'll try to get to every comment. Even the ones where you insult me, those are fun too.
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They slay a boast and roast it WHOLE and somehow preserve its head. They then garnish it and put some green grass on its mouth and dance around it. The groom is to eat a piece of it as a solemn vow to ensure the bride never goes hungry else the goat will visit him in his dream!
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For the third episode I headed straight South to Tanzania, to observe how the receding of Kilimanjaro glacier is changing life around it. Shimbwe is a chagga village that sits on a lower slope of Mount Kilimanjaro, right at the borders of the National park. This community gets first hand the water coming down the mountain. This means that the water is clean but also that is becoming scarse do to global warming and local human activities. This place is literally surrounded by vegetation, mainly banana, coffee and avocado trees. People here used to have plenty of water for irrigation but that’s not the case anymore. The situation is worse down the valley. In Maji Moto, a remoted village in the Arusha region the only water source is situated 70m underground and the water that used to be distributed from nearby sources is not enought anymore to reach the village. A lot can be done to help this people in facing their challenges. I started collaborating with local leaders to help them using digital tools at their advantage, starting with a campaign to fund the planting or more trees. Special thanks to: All the C.re.aid team, for all the support and great tips 🤍 Shimbwe Tours, for safely guiding me through the village 🤍 Mr Bertin Mkami and all the people of Shimbwe Edited on an iPad Pro with LumaFusion 🤍 Music: Spettro Sonoro 🤍 Doug Maxwell/Media Right Production Bumba Crossing by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Follow also the prjoject on: Facebook page 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Twitter 🤍 🤍ephemera.life
Let's learn a little history on Chagga tribe.
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Chagga weaving technique up close with my teacher Digna. Read more about the traditional banana fiber weaving and about life in the Chagga village Shimbwe on the slopes of the Kilimanjaro- in my blog "The wandering goddess" 🤍
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There's a mountain that you may have heard of called Mt. Kilimanjaro. Most people just get in a private car, ride to the gate, spend around $1000 and then hike the mountain for the next 10 days. I had different plans, especially since I didn't have $1000. It was a hike in of itself just walking through the villages to the gate, so I decided to spend the day on that. Along the way I was shocked by the kindness and curiosity of the Chagga villagers I met. Great people to have some banana beer with. If you're planning to climb Mount Kilimanjaro, look up David when you arrive at Marangu Gate. He can escort and if nothing else just give you a short walking tour! #tanzania #moshi #sabbatical Looking for Instagram? I don't use it much but here it is: 🤍 I setup a Patreon, if you like what I'm doing: 🤍 Hiking is good for the soul. So is mbege. And maybe gongo too. The Maasai village is up next. At least we're not going to Karakalpakstan or Africa's worst airport. Suggestions are always welcome. I'll try to get to every comment. Even the ones where you insult me, those are fun too.
#chagatribe #chagacaves so in previous video this was actually the first stop after seeing this cave then i continued for the hike in kilimanjaro region.this cave was made in 17th century by chaga people (a tribe native to tanzania/east africa) near moshi to hide from masai people(another native tribe) because there was a conflict/war going on between these two tribes.there were many caves in this region but his one was bit unique and small earlier it used to be around 5-6km long but the cave now got fill with mud as time passed by and fee to go inside the cave is 10$.