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Kilimanjaro day trip:
This package lets you explore Moshi town, all the way to the entrance and exit gates of Kilimanjaro. Experience organic coffee production and see the whole process, right from the farm all the way to your cup as you engage in local tribal dances and art scenes. Visit the ancient and spectacular underground Chagga caves, which have kilometers of intertwined chambers for storing livestock, food with routes to rivers, bedrooms, and meeting areas, plus a notable ventilation system. You will also visit a beautiful waterfall and visit Moshi town’s rich history and one of the largest sugarcane farms in east Africa.
Highlights and attractions:
- Local organic coffee processing and tasting.
- Tour of Marangu gate of mount Kilimanjaro.
- Exploration of the ancient Chagga caves.
- Experience the Chagga culture
- Tour of waterfalls of the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Custom Trips: Please only use this as a reference itinerary. We can cater a trip to your budget, the number of people and any number of days you have.
- Specialized bilingual guide
- Private Transport with pickup and dropoff
- All Entrance fees
- Visa & travel documents processing
- 10% taxes & tariffs
- Airport transfers
- Tips: Are given according to the personal discretion of the client
Organic coffee experience at Marangu mtoni.
Experience the local organic coffee processing with Babu Coffee, and see the full process from harvesting, drying, powder grinding, and roasting of the coffee beans. You will have cups of coffee of this pure and natural coffee and even buy bags of it to ship back to your country.
Get to know the history, orientation, and the process of climbing Africa's highest mountain. This is both an ascending and descending gate for travelers climbing to Uhuru peak and where they process the payments and permits, with visitor information and exhibitions on display.
Visit one of the waterfalls formed from the many streams of water from mount Kilimanjaro's massive glaciers.
Tour of the ancient Chagga caves, and finish off by exploring the numerous farms and plantations on Kilimanjaro's cultivation zone.