Moshi has always been a place with good taste which can be found in its slew of bars, shops, cafes and food pop-ups. The city has a blaze of food and drink scenes, having many foods and drinks which characterize the culinary brilliance of the Tanzanian city. This brilliance can be best explored when you book your Moshi food tours and you can as well know how to cook them when you join these Moshi cooking classes. In either, you’ll have a professional foodie guide which will take you to market to explore ingredients and street foods, and/or take you to a local Tanzanian kitchen to have an experience of how foods in Moshi are prepared.
Moshi stands out among cities in the world because of the remarkable scenery and striking views of the mountain you’ll get from every corner. The Tanzanian town is located at the foot of the snow peaked Mount Kilimanjaro and a must-to-visit location for travelers all around the world. The cool weather makes Moshi walking tours suitable for travelers, as well as the beautiful African waters can be explored when you book Moshi sightseeing cruise tours. Explore the amazing culture of the African living in this town especially the Chagga which are the dominant tribes amidst other tribes like Pare and Maasai, All you need to do is book Moshi culture and theme tours. Other outdoor activities in Moshi take you through main attractions like Soweto Memorial Market, Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru, Chemka Hot Spring, Materuni waterfalls, and lots more. You can as well explore more than the city center with day trips from Moshi.
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On this tour, you will get the opportunity to explore the base of Mount Kilimanjaro and visit the beautiful village of Materuni. Here you will be able to mingle with the locals and learn about their traditional way of life, including a visit to a local coffee shamba (farm) and the stunning...Read more
you will depart your hotel at around 08:00am and head to the Materuni village. While at the village you will get to explore the lives of the Chagga people and do a coffee tour to see how the locals grow and brew coffee. After the coffee tour you will head to the waterfalls where you will have your packed lunch and spend the rest of the afternoon....Read more
Materuni Village tour gives a room for a client to interact and socialize direct with the native villagers, learning about their day to day social and economic activities. By visiting this village, you can get a clear picture of how the native ordinary Tanzanian lives in their remote areas alongside with what a day to day activities they engage...Read more
The best way to learn about traditional Tanzanian cuisine in Moshi is to join a hands-on cooking class! Our local chef will take you to a neighbourhood market to buy fresh ingredients before teaching you how to make four classic dishes in a friendly and cosy kitchen. Visit a local market to purchase ingredients for the class. Enjoy a hands-on...Read more
Materuni Falls, approaching its 80M high, is an absolute bliss. You can hear the sound of the waterfall from a distance before even arriving at the base of the waterfall. This water comes from the Mt. Kilimanjaro’s melted ice, making it very cold, despite this, many people enjoy swimming in this water as a way of getting refreshed from the 1...Read more
Famously known as the “Coca Cola route” – the Marangu route is one of the most popular routes leading to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro. It is considered the easiest route as the ascent on this route is constant and moderate with only the final leg to the summit slightly more challenging. Marangu is the only route that offers communal sleeping...Read more
Materuni Village is located on the northern part of Moshi town. It is the last village before Kilimanjaro national park and it is only 15 Km from Moshi town. You travel on both a tarmac and rough roads.
A moderate hike of approximately 40 minutes to beautiful Materuni waterfall with an English speaking guide. Along the way learn about local...Read more
You'll spend a day exploring by the local coffee farmers where you will get a chance to hear how local farmers grow coffee and process it till it’s sold. Also you will get time to prepare your own coffee and drink and take some home with you.
After this you will walk to the waterfall, passing villages of the Chagga,
The area around Marangu is home to the local Chagga tribe and you will learn all about their history and traditions on this full day excursion. Our second stop will be visit a small coffee farm, where you will learn about how the coffee is grown, harvested and processed locally. Try your own hand at processing, roasting and preparing a fresh cup...Read more
Visit a small market with your host to discover locally grown produce. Learn about the ingredients used in Tanzanian cuisine before taking a tuk tuk 20 min to your host's home. Marissa, her husband William and his mother Shida are a warm and welcoming family who host you in their simple, modest mud house for a cultural and culinary...Read more
We will offer you a memorable opportunity to interactively experience the Masai way of life through day trips. Guests will be able to participate in a variety of unique cultural activities, and encouraged to delve as deep into the experience as...Read more
Get a glimpse into the way mother nature accommodates the local people and their everyday activities with a day trip to the beautiful and attractive village of Materuni. Far away from the buzz of Tanzania’s tourist pathway, you will see and participate in the making of locally grown produce from starting point to the final product, coffee being...Read more
Marissa, her husband William and mother-in-law Shida host you in their simple, modest home. Join this warm and welcoming family in their mud house for an understanding of the local food and culture. Don't leave town without trying their meat stew!
Start by helping Shida grate coconuts using a traditional tool called buzi. Then learn to make...Read more
Discover the wildlife in some of the world's most pristine environments - Lake Natron and the Serengeti. The first day you visit the beautiful Tarangire and overnight at Lodge/Camp where you can relax at the swimming pool. The next 3 days you'll be on the plains of Lake Natron and the Northern Serengeti, exploring its natural beauty, abundant...Read more
Relax by the Nungwi beach and enjoy the scenic views of the Indian Ocean on this guided tour. You will also swim with dolphins, tour the Stone Town, explore the Jozani Forest for red Colobus Monkeys and find out about tropical fruits and...Read more
Discover the wildlife in Tanzania in only four days. This tour is for all of you who are on a Covid19 budget but just need to get away. This is primarily for campers and hikers. The first day you visit the beautiful Tarangire National Park and stay overnight at Lodge/Camp where you can relax at the swimming pool. The second day we go to Lake...Read more
Moshi food and wine tours designed to allow travellers explore the art and culture of Moshi locals and elites when it comes to foods, wines, beers, local snacks, etc. and also offer great knowledge of the culinary history of Moshi city