Tanzania is Africa’s fourth biggest coffee producer and is ranked 24 th worldwide. People who own less than two hectares of land (also known as smallholders) represent 80% of Tanzanian coffee producers and 30% of them produce the Robusta coffee variety while the rest producing Arabica in higher altitudes like those found in 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.

Price Includes
  • All park entry fees service charge and taxes
  • Pick up from from hotel and drop off to your hotel
  • Professional English speaking guide
  • Lunch box
Price Excludes
  • Trips or gratuities
  • Travelers insurance
  • Communication charge
  • Visa , international air fares airport taxes
  • Personal expenses

Price Per Person


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