The Maasai are well known for their unique culture and tribal dress. Due to their distinct traditions, customs and dress and their residence near the many national game parks of East Africa, the Maasai are among the foremost African ethnic groups and are known internationally because of their links to the national parks and reserves. They also speak the official languages of Tanzania and Kenya. Swahili and English. Population - The Maasai population is now estimated Although the Kenyan and Tanzanian governments have established programs to encourage the Maasai to leave behind their traditional semi-nomadic lifestyle, the Maasai people have carried on their age-old customs.
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