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Materuni Waterfalls and Coffee Tour

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3 - 4 Hrs
Arusha
Max People : 30
Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

Duration

Kilimanjaro International Airport (Google Map)

3 – 4 Hours

Price Includes

  • bottles of water
  • local lunch
  • village entry fees
  • pick up form hotel and drop off to your hotel
  • professional english speaking guide

Price Excludes

  • trip gratuity
  • travel insurance
  • communication charges
  • visa

Departure Time

2 Hours Before Flight Time

Itinerary

Tanzania is Africa’s fourth biggest coffee producer and is ranked 24 th worldwide. Smallholders ( those owning less than two hectares ) represent 80% of the Tanzanian coffee production with 30% producing Robusta coffee and largest percentage growing Arabica in high altitude regions such as mount Kilimanjaro.

From the blessed presence of the fertile volcanic soil on the slopes of MT. Kilimanjaro majority of villagers are subsistence farmers, practicing cultivation on crops like coffee, banana, beans,So the visit of one of the local farms will give you such experience that you will never get it from anywhere else, you will get to learn all about coffee and bananas as well as have a cup of hot coffee home made.