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Materuni Waterfalls Tour

Materuni Waterfalls Tour

$80

per person

Materuni Waterfalls Trip is a Single Day Tour which involves visiting one of the tallest Waterfalls in North Tanzania.

Materuni Waterfalls is great way to spend a day away from the bustle of Moshi town and Arusha. The walk to Materuni offer a glimpse into nature of  Tanzania allowing you either to prepare you body for the forthcoming climb to Kilimanjaro or easy up muscles after the climb.

The highest waterfall in East Africa at 70 meters and truly spectacular. Surrounded by a lush indigenous forest on the foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Materuni waterfalls tour is an ideal for those who do not have enough time to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. The Waterfalls located 15 minutes drive from Moshi town. This tour is accompanied by a visit to the Materuni village as well as a coffee tour

After having enjoyed the scenery, you slowly return with your guide to Materuni village, where you will experience a traditional Chagga lunch. You also will have the opportunity to taste our local banana beer – definitely not to be missed!

But that’s not all. Next the coffee experience awaits you. Here you will learn how coffee is cultivated, dried, roasted and further processed. You will also be invited to help with the

grinding of the coffee, which is traditionally accompanied by Chagga songs and dances – a fun way to immerse yourself in the local culture. Before you say goodbye and return in the

afternoon to Moshi, you can savour the coffee you made and appreciate the views of the surrounding rainforest

Tour Includes:

  • Transfer to and from the village
  • Packed lunch and bottled mineral water
  • Villages fees and Coffee tour
  • English Speaking guide(s)

Tour Exclude:

  • Flights ( International)
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Tips for safari guide
  • Personal expenses in nature such as money for souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees etc.
  • Visa fees ( 100 USD for American and 50 USD for non-American)
  • Immunization documents ( yellow fever recommended for visa processing on arrivals)
  • Government imposed increase of taxes and /or park fees
  • Departure
    Moshi Town
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Day 1: Moshi - Materuni Village

Start your min-adventure with the short but fascinating drive from Moshi town to the village of Materuni approximately 1800m from the sea level. This territory has the perfect mixture of climate and soil to produce some of the best coffee in Africa. While at the village you will get to explore the lives of the Chagga people and do coffee tours to see how the locals grow, harvest, roast, and grind and make a cup of coffee. Normally we ask our clients to try roasting and preparing a fresh cup of coffee the Chagga way.

After a delightful coffee tour you will head to the waterfalls passing through coffee and banana plantations. Along the way your guide will teach you about local plants and how they are used for food and traditional medicine and how they make local brew, as well as giving you more insight into the local Chagga culture. You will have your packed lunch and spend the rest of the afternoon at the waterfalls. The mountain waters falls straight down in a shimmering curtain to splash in the rippling pool where you can float, take a swim and chill out – literally, as these are pure mountain waters and not yet heated by the sun. Afterwards you will be transferred back to your hotel in Moshi.

DISTANCE:Approximately 14Km

 
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