Moshi, Tanzania

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** MOSHI, TANZANIA **

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    08 May 2019
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    1. Experience the Magic of the Kilimanjaro Marathon – https://www.kilimanjaromarathon.com ,
    The DJ and experimenting on new beverages after the run makes it worth it.

    2. Materuni Waterfalls:
    Materuni Waterfalls which was about 40 mins away. On arrival, we met the villagers in charge, paid the entrance and guide fees (5000 tshillings each). It’s about an hour’s walk to the falls. The scenery was breathtaking. Perfect for photography. Plus you get to swim and enjoy the cool water. As you leave you get to enjoy

    Coffee tour:where you get to see coffee farms that have been grown over generations,the whole coffee making process, from drying to roasting to grinding and drinking the actual coffee. The grinding process is made with fun, happiness and so much love and actually enjoy the coffee.

    Banana Wine/ Beer Tour: Basically you get to enjoy wine and beer form bananas. Be warned of the
    alcohol percentage. For the above tours please remember to carry good shoes preferably hiking shoes; extra cash for tips, to buy coffee and other gifts.
    3. Lake Chala: Lake Chala is a water-filled caldera that was formed after volcanic activity from Mt. Kilimanjaro caused it to collapse. The crater itself is 3km in length and 2.4km wide, with a surface area of about 4.2km². The depth of the lake is between 70 to 90m with the walls almost vertical and as high as a 100m in some places. It took us about 3hours to get there. We paid around 50usd for entrance and an extra 10usd for the restaurant, which is compulsory. It’s advisable to call ahead for them to cater for your lunch. Unfortunately, we couldn’t swim at the time due to a recent incident but we got to go down and feel the water. Have a close look at the breathtaking view with the singing of birds. If you are lucky enough you will see a few small animals like dik-diks or even elephants as it neighbours Tsavo National Park. After a relaxed afternoon we headed back to Moshi town for more yummy Tanzania cuisine as we wait for our bus back the following afternoon.

    4. Day hike to Mandara Huts in Mt. Kilimanjaro, this is for the less adventurous ones or with less time to hike all the way up.
    5. Hike to Uhuru peak in Mt. Kilimanjaro this will take a few days and prior preparation
    6. Hike to Mt. Meru
    7. Learn about the Maasai Culture in one of the Maasai Villages
    8. Day Trip to Kikuletwa Hot Springs – this is a must do
    9. Have a drink and a mini photoshoot at the old railway Museum.

    Note: They have really amazing street food especially Zenge ( fries with eggs)and Mkate wa nyama( swahili pizza)

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