Explore daily life of chagga (Bantu-speaking indigenous Africans and the third largest ethnic group in Tanzania They traditionally live on the southern and eastern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru and near Moshi) a chance to make your own coffee and waterfalls
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
Nestled in the patchwork foothills of magnificent Kilimanjaro lies the beautiful village of Materuni, home to our Chagga friends and famous for its aromatic, rich coffee. On this fragrant and fun day out you’ll get a chance to make your own cup of coffee the proper way and you’ll find out the secret to the perfect cup of coffee from the local...Read more
Known as the "Coca-Cola" route, the Marangu route is a classic trek on Mount Kilimanjaro. It is the oldest, most well established route. Many favor the Marangu route because it is considered to be the easiest path on the mountain, given its gradual slope. It is also the only route which offers sleeping huts...Read more
The Maasai are a Nilotic largest group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are among the best known local populations internationally due to their residence in towns and villages near the many game parks of the African Great Lakes, and their distinctive customs and...Read more
The motorbike tour will take you to explore life of ethinic groups live around the base of slope of mount Kilimanjaro, Chaga and Maasai. The Chaga descended from various Bantu groups who migrated from elsewhere in Africa to the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, a migration that began around the start of the eleventh century. While the Chaga are...Read more