The wood culture tour is a distinct activity to collect precious records of wood use and culture of various ethnic groups and countries around the world from a cultural perspective, and to disseminate information and findings of insightful journeys through words, images, and videos.
The wood culture tour, incorporated into this year's WWD celebration in Tanzania, will focus on profound knowledge and cultural experience about the natural beauty of forests and various ethnic tribes. Activities being arranged include:
A visit or trekking at the Mount Kilimanjaro to observe the tropical flora, natural plantation of various trees, tribal art and particular wood use. Event participants are invited to join this route of tour to enjoy and learn about nature and people from a cultural perspective.
Cultural activities such as appreciation of the Makonde woodcarving at Mto wa Mbu tribes and the peoples' daily use of fire wood, explorations to the history and the folklore related to wooden objects, and visits to talented artists/woodworkers/groups associated with the art/wood industry.
International Wood Culture Society collaborates with local experts and organizations to arrange the overarching wood culture tour to present the history, tradition, and culture of Tanzania enriched by wood and nature. Any suggestions regarding wood culture tour in Tanzania are welcomed.
Wood Culture Tour Program
Visit Dar Es Salaam Regional Vocational Training Center - Carpentry & Joinery Program.
Ebony Wood Carving Market in Dar es Salaam.
Invited participants are free of charge, for others, please contact our staff.
Day trip to Zanzibar Island by ferry to see Wooden-door and other historical site.
Departure for those who do not join other self-funding trips.
World Wood Day is a cultural event celebrated annually during the week of March 21st to highlight wood as an eco-friendly and renewable biomaterial and to raise awareness on the key role wood plays in a sustainable world. Starting from 2013, We invites everyone to share their passion for wood and to acquire a more comprehensive knowledge of wood on this special day to better put the core concept of "Wood is Good" into practice in our daily lives.