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- Accommodation for the duration of the tour as described on the tour plan.
- All park entrance fees, tariffs and concession fees.
- Bank payment transfer charges.
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner with drinking water plus a private chef during camping excursions.
- Ground transport by custom built 4-Wheel Drive vehicle plus a full-time tour guide.
- 18% Value added Tax.
- Access to spa and salon in lodges and hotels.
- Acquisition of travel insurance or hospital charges.
- Any activities not mentioned on the itinerary.
- Extra drinks and food not included in the itinerary like soft drinks and alcohol.
- Gift shopping.
- International flights.
- Purchase of personal items
- Tips: Are given according to the personal discretion of the client.
- Day 1:
You will set off early in the morning at 6am to see the beautiful sunrise over Africa’s highest mountain, the Kilimanjaro and travel 70 kilometers to Marangu area to explore and experience organic coffee production. You will travel to an altitude of almost 2000 meters above sea level at Marangu gate of Mount Kilimanjaro and see first hand through exhibits, how people climb the mountain, its history and legacy, then you will go to a waterfall on the slopes of Kilimanjaro and break for lunch. You will go for a Chagga tribal dance and explore their traditions as this is the largest tribe living on the slopes of Kilimanjaro. You will set off to Moshi town to explore large scale coffee & sugarcane plantation, plus Moshi town and return back to your hotel in Arusha or Moshi town.
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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 farm in east Africa.