HomeBlogs Tamkesi Tamkesi is an out-of-the-way village situated in Salma Hole valley. The
village is fenced by bushes and is surrounded by a one meter high stone
fortress said to have been erected in the seventeenth or eighteenth
century. The community has 12 distinct families each with their own
status and function within their community. In October or November each
year all tribes congregate to the stage a great ceremony called ” Tam
Mausa” meaning “Paying Homage”.