Water falls (quite cold!)
Materuni is place inside a village called uru located in Kilimanjaro, the 50 meter Materuni waterfall is one of the hidden treasures of Kilimanjaro region and offers you the opportunity to hike through coffee farms and enjoy spectacular views. Enjoy a delicious picnic lunch at the base of the Materuni waterfall and swim in the pool of the waterfalls.
The price is still negotiable depending with your plan and number of people; you can create your own desire itinerary and send to us in order to fulfill your dreams.
When you have had your fill of this beautiful place you can start walking back to where you will take the dala dala or your private car back to Moshi town overnight rest at a Hotel,
Dala dala transport and picnic lunchbox = 50USD per person per trip, Private car and hot lunch = 80 USD per person per trip (min. 6 people)
You will have two options for transport between Moshi town and the village… For those who really wish to have the ‘real’ experience you can hop on a dala dala (the local minibuses. If you’d prefer to travel more quickly and comfortably you can choose to take a private car. Once you reach the village you will start your coffee tour at a traditional Chaggah ‘shamba’ .
Here your guide will explain all aspects of the Chaggah homestead including the other crops that they grow aside from coffee.
You will get to see how the coffee is produced- from picking the bean to roasting and then drinking a delicious cup yourself.
Following your coffee tour you will then take a short hike (make sure to wear some sport or Mountain boot ,shoes as it can be muddy up there), passing through local villages to reach the waterfalls.
You will either have a picnic lunch box or arrive to a full spread of freshly cooked lunch-prepared to the one of the local family, Following lunch you will have the opportunity to take a dip in the refreshing(quite cold!) pools beneath the waterfalls.
- Visit the waterfalls and enjoy swimming if you like to
- Cultural Village entry fees
- Tour Guide Charges
- Camera fees
- Lunch and drinking water
- Pick-Up and Drop-Off from your Moshi Hotel
- Personal Expenditures