Every night the Honey Badger Centre offers live bands who perform traditional Tanzanian beats and dancers who accompany them.
It's a lively stage performance where audience participation is a must. Once the musicians start the beats and sing the harmonious melodies, you'll find yourself up on stage in no time, wanting to learn all the pulsating African hip action these dancers demonstrate.
Dress Code: Casual and light clothing are highly recommended.
You'll work up a sweat, guaranteed..........
Open daily from 8:00am to 7:00pm
Dinner is included with the live shows.
Pub Albertos' is a nice night place in moshi. not far from the center and very cool and hot,
there are usually mainly locals that want to dance and have a few drinks, the atmosfere is great and after a while everybody speaks with everybody... very friendly!
I would love to have this place back home...
Dress Code: every thing is allowed, but do not forget that you are in a night club, and the africans like to dress smart, even though it can get very e-Urban.chick ;-)
maybe a turist with shorts is a bit out of scope but i can assure you that i've seen them there and it was pretty ok.
By the end of the night, we were all drenched in sweat from such an exhilarating rush of adrenaline from the music....the dance......the energy.
Did someone say Dance? Bump and Grind is more like it.
We tried diligently to learn the hip action!