MARANGU VILLAGE WALKING
CLIMBING NGANGU HILL
See the first coffee tree planted in Tanzania and climb up Ngangu Hill. A trip to the African Art Centre that houses a collection of ancient and modern sculptures, carvings and painting, is rewarding. Mamba is a paradise for birdwatchers and nature lovers.
WATERFALLS AND CAVES
Enjoy scenic waterfalls, tree, flower and fruit nurseries, pass historical sites including the Lake Holes – large hiding caves used during the Chagga – Masai wars, visit a wood carving school, meet a local blacksmith using ethnic methods to prepare spears and tools, and experience Chagga culture by visiting a traditional Chagga house.
CHAGA LIVE MUSEUM
The Chagga Live Museum has been established to provide background knowledge of Chagga life and local traditions to visitors and the local population to understand their roots.
DAY TRIP TO MANDARA HUT
After breakfast get ready for hiking! We will start climbing Kilimanjaro at the Marangu gate. When we reach 2743 meters we will stop for lunch and visit Maundi Crater before we begin our descent back down to Marangu Gate.
VILLAGE WALKING THROUGH BANANAS TREES AND COFFEE PLANTATIONS.
Morning breakfast at the hotel get ready for on foot adventure! We will start by walking along the Marangu Village and visiting the local blacksmiths, then head off to the waterfalls, your trek to the waterfalls you will enjoy the scenery of small coffee and banana farms.
MARANGU LOCAL MARKET
There are colorful local markets in different location within walking distances held twice a week in where “bananas” selling takes place. Marangu is the largest market for the sale of bananas in the country and attracts buyers from all over Tanzania.
CAMPING IN THE VILLAGE
The Campsite has modern toilet with warm showers, covered open-air dining room and a cook to prepare continental breakfast, lunch and dinner.
We offer the following facilities in our campsite.
Luxury hot showers
Modern and classic toilets
DAY TRIP TO LAKE CHALA
Lake Chala is a beautiful area located on the western side of Kilimanjaro at the Kenya/Tanzanian border, about 2.5 hour drive from Moshi. The lake is filled and drained by underground streams. Located near the slopes of Kilimanjaro, the lake is amazingly clear with steep crater walls. It is the deepest inland water body in Africa with the depth of about 3km. Due to the enormous depth boating is recommended. Visitors can hike at the lake and enjoy the beautiful view and fresh air. Aside from plenty of fish, Monitor lizards, baboons, monkeys and common snakes may be seen by chance.
PRIVATE FAMILY ADVENTURE
Just because you’ve settled down and had kids doesn’t mean you have to stop having adventures.
Travel is something you never grow out of, whether your kids are little or almost grown, we have got an adventure that will fit them and you.
PRIVATE ORGANIZATION TOUR
Marangu (meaning Land of Water in the local Chagga language) is perennially lush and cool, with mornings shrouded in mist and doused with overnight rainfalls. It’s a great deal more romantic than Moshi — ideal if you prefer a more rural atmosphere, with most of the accommodations options conveniently within the Marangu village. This makes it an ideal base for those who wish to explore the foothills and forests of Mount Kilimanjaro. If you don’t wish to fork out for park fees, it’s worth noting that there are also a number of walks to waterfalls that fall outside the park, which can be reached on foot in Marangu villages.
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