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Marangu gate, waterfalls, coffee tour and chagga cave.

Pr from $80 / Pr to $130pp (USD)
Tour highlight
  • Main Destination :
    Northern tanzania
  • Tour may be offered as :
    • Culture
    • Budget
    • Mid Range
  • Tour Duration:
    Day: 1
  • You Visit:
    • Arusha
    • moshi
    • kilimanjaro

Tour Over View:

On this tour you will visit the village before kilimanjaro park, by doing coffee tour/class, waterfalls and chaga cave.

Tour itinerary:

Marangu Gate is one of the main starting points for climbers embarking on the popular Marangu Route to reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. It serves as the entrance to the Kilimanjaro National Park and is located in the village of Marangu.

Waterfalls in the Marangu area offer beautiful natural sights for visitors. One of the well-known waterfalls in the region is the Materuni Waterfall, which is located a short distance from Marangu. It's a picturesque waterfall surrounded by lush vegetation, and visitors can enjoy the refreshing mist and swim in the pools below.

Coffee tours are a popular activity in the Marangu area due to the region's rich coffee-growing heritage. During a coffee tour, visitors can learn about the process of coffee production, from planting and harvesting to roasting and brewing. They get the opportunity to visit coffee farms, interact with local farmers, and even participate in coffee tasting sessions.

Chagga Cave is another interesting attraction in the Marangu area. The Chagga people are one of the indigenous ethnic groups in Tanzania, and their traditional caves hold cultural and historical significance. Exploring a Chagga cave allows visitors to learn about the traditional lifestyle, history, and beliefs of the Chagga people. These caves often served as shelters, hiding places, and meeting points in the past.

Overall, visiting Marangu Gate, exploring waterfalls, going on a coffee tour, and visiting a Chagga cave provide a diverse range of experiences that allow visitors to enjoy the natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure of the Marangu area in Tanzania.

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  • Lunch
  • All Fees and Taxes
  • Transport
  • Gear

Exclude


  • tips
  • any activity not mentioned in the itinerary


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