Materuni Waterfall is placed at the foot of the volcano, Mount Kilimanjaro. Here visitors can enjoy a refreshing bath in the natural pool that is truly captivating.
The trip also lets you meet the Chagga people, one of the largest ethnic groups in Tanzania. Then the Coffee tour will give you the chance to see how coffee is processed from the farm and you can learn how to make your own coffee in a local way.
This activity includes:
Lunch will be served at a picnic place near the waterfall. After plenty of time spent swimming and relaxing, we will take you back.
Around 20 -30 minutes outside of Moshi are Materuni waterfalls. As this trip is so close by it is ideal for those people with limited time but who would still like to see some of the nature and beauty that this region of Tanzania has to offer. These falls are smaller than the previously described Ndoro, but still pretty impresive at 150 meters high and definitely a sight worth seeing. From Materuni Village we will walk some 30 minutes to the waterfall. The walk itself is extremely interesting, as you will see some smaller waterfalls and lots of waterways which are part of the irrigation system of the local farmers who grow coffee, bananas and many other fruits and vegetables.
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