|Namesake|| Swahili words for "fire"|
and "water" respectively
|Tribe Type||Merged Tribe|
|Day Formed||Day 20|
|Tribes Merged|| Boran |
|Lowest Placing Member||Clarence Black (10/16)|
|Highest Placing Member||Ethan Zohn (Winner)|
- ►► Brandon Quinton, a bartender from Dallas, Texas.
- ►► Clarence Black, a basketball coach from Detroit, Michigan.
- ►► Ethan Zohn, a soccer player from Lexington, Massachusetts.
- ►► Frank Garrison, a telephone technician from Odessa, New York.
- ►► Kelly Goldsmith, a researcher from Santa Fe, California.
- ►► Kim Johnson, a retired teacher from Oyster Bay, New York.
- ►► Kim Powers, a freelance marketer from Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
- ►► Lex van den Berghe, a former IT expert and musician from Santa Cruz, California.
- ►► Teresa Cooper, a flight attendant from Jackson, Georgia.
- ►► Tom Buchanan, a rancher from Rich Valley, Virginia.
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- Moto Maji was the first merged tribe that had an uneven number of people from each original tribe, with six members of the original Boran and four members of the original Samburu.
- Moto Maji is also the first merged tribe to have an unequal number of men and women; the tribe contained six men and four women.
- Moto Maji was the first tribe to have a name composed of two words.
- Lex van den Berghe named this tribe, as a pun trying to imply that everyone would be in hot water at one point of the game.
- The three castaways from this tribe that were on Boran during the entirety of the pre-merge phase were the only three from this tribe to not be on the jury. Clarence was eliminated one cycle before the jury phase while Ethan and Kim J. made the Final Two.