The north Tanzanian winsome region holds- Materuni Waterfall. The unspoiled waterfall flows from the incredible Mware River. And if you have a desire to learn some of the ancient cultures, then you can get the best place of Materuni village, on the edge of Kilimanjaro Mountain reserve. Water from the fall is crystal clear because of the glacier water. Later reach the Kilimanjaro National Airport, you’ll be driven to the beautiful land. And here your excursion dawn.
Materuni Waterfall can be considered as one of the natives of the Chagga tribe. Along with the abundant green vegetation, you’ll cover tropical rain forest, coffee, banana, and avocado. Most visitors choose the destination to glimpse exotic coffee plantations. And to get a chance to spot various primates including Black and white Colobus monkeys. After a healthy lunch, you can explore the cloudless, snow-capped Kilimanjaro. A perfect supper in your accommodation can be the best. We provide you a safe and quality service, you need to enjoy the trip at most.
A tour of Materuni Village and Waterfalls is a good way to spend a day away from the bustle of Moshi town life. The walk to Materuni Waterfall offers a glimpse into the nature of Tanzania while giving you a bit of a work-out to either prepare your body for the forthcoming climb to the highest point of Africa - Kilimanjaro, or ease your muscles after the climb.
The tour starts in the coffee plantations of the local Chagga tribe, where the villagers will demonstrate some of the processes involved in coffee farming and handling and give you a chance to participate in preparing the coffee beans and making your own coffee.
The following walk to Materuni Waterfall is an opportunity to see how local fruit, including avocados, mangos, lemons and bananas grow, as well as learn some of the local history and traditions. A swim in the waters of the fall and lunch amidst the beauties of African nature conclude the tour.
What's Included ?
4×4 4WD game drive vehicle with an assurance of window seats for all passengers
A bottle of water 1.5ltr per person per day
Back-up and logistical support from our Safaris Team
Three meals per day i.e. breakfast, lunch and supper/dinner