Seuseu Cultural Centre
The Seuseu Cultural Centre is a Maasai Guest complex with a wide range of accommodations for its’ guests. The accommodations offered range from beds in a solar-powered traditional Maasai house (“Manyata”) during your stay to a safe spot to set up your own tent, if you are on a budget. Part of the income generated by Seuseu is donated to Jambo Volunteers Projects.
Furthermore SeuSeu offers hikes, traditional meals and organized visits to the Maasai Museum for individuals and groups.
Services offered by Seuseu:
- Bed only in traditional Manyata: 1300 KES per person.
- Full board lodging (Includes bed in traditional Manyata, breakfast, lunch and dinner): 5850 KES for residents and 8450 KES for non-residents.
- Half board lodging (Includes bed in traditional Manyata, breakfast and dinner): 4550 KES for residents and 7800 KES for non-residents.
- bed and breakfast: 2000 KES per person for residents and 2600 KES per person for non-residents
- Camping with own tents on Seuseu terrain: 650 KES/per person per day.
Hikes and other activities
- Hiking at Oloosayieti hills with tour guides: 6500 KES per group of five to 15 people. Groups greater than 15 persons: 9100 KES
- Hiking at Ole Sekut with tour guides: 6500 KES per group of five to 15 people. Groups greater than 15 persons: 9100 KES per group.
- Museum of Maasai culture tour: 390 KES per person. Includes a tour of the museum and traditional medicinal and ceremonial trees.
- Nature walk to see giraffes: 260 KES per person.
Traditional Maasai goat meal: 6500 KES per whole goat. Meal is served with ugali, Maasai herbs and etc. Ugali is a traditional Maasai wheat paste that is part of their diet. It is the Maasai equivalent to bread in Europe, or rice in Asia.
We offer personalized services at your request, like Maasai dances. Contact us for inquiries.