Although we attempt to give you the best and most well-rounded experience in each of our itineraries, there still may be more you would like to do while visiting Tanzania. The following can be done as stand-alone day trips or add-on activities to most any itinerary to better complete your African experience.
– Mount Kilimanjaro Day Hike
– Coffee Tour / Waterfall Hike
– Hot Springs

Kilimanjaro Montane Forest Tour ” If you can’t reach to the top just try to the base”

Day Trip to Mandara Hut (2700 m),

Including the following:

Professional tour guide
Transport to and from the base of the mountain
Lunch and two bottles of water
Park entrance fees include taxes
View point of Mt.Kilimanjaro
Mandara Hut is the first hut in along the Marangu Route (“Coca-Cola Route”).
The walking starts from the starting point of Marangu Route (1970m) it’s just an hour drive from Moshi Town to the Park Gate (starting point) and three hours walking from the gate to Mandara Hut (2700 m). Enjoy walking
Kilimanjaro Day Trips
– 1 Day trip to Mandara Hut and Maundi Crater Via Marangu Route $300

– 1 Day trip to Machame Hut Via Machame Route $300
– 2 Days trip to Londorosi up to Shira 1 Camp via Londorosi Route $500
– 3 Days trip to Mandara up to Horombo Hut via Marangu Route $450
Kikuletwa hot springs
​The Kikuletwa Hot Springs is one of Tanzania’s many hidden gems! A beautiful natural pool hiding away among twisting fig trees in the middle of a dusty landscape, this little oasis is the perfect place to unwind after your safari or mountain climb.
On a clear day, you can also get gorgeous views of Mt. Kilimanjaro! Located within the Sanya plains, the hot springs are a short drive off the main road between Arusha and Moshi. No trip to the Kilimanjaro region is complete without taking a dip here!
Enjoy The Best Hot Spring Bath.
Great for First Time Adventurers.
A must Go Place with Family.
Marangu cultural tour​
​Experience life on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and visit Marangu, a quaint village that offers a fascinating insight into the lives of the Chagga people.
The name Marangu comes from the local Chagga word meaning ‘spring water’ and the village itself is located in the foothills of Africa’s tallest mountain, about 40km from Moshi town. This one-day tour takes in various natural and cultural sites on the surrounding slopes.
Waterfalls – Make a splash in the mountain water of Kilimanjaro and enjoy stunning views of the surrounding valleys.
Chagga Museum – The Chagga culture and history can be explored by visiting the museum. There are several exhibitions including a reconstructed thatched Chagga house.
Underground Chagga Tunnels – These were used by the Chagga people to hide themselves from the enemies during clan wars.
Colourful Local Markets – Marangu is the largest market for the sale of bananas in the country and attracts buyers from all over Tanzania.
Coffee and Banana Farms – Visit coffee farms and a local home where you can enjoy local dishes and learn the traditional process of preparing coffee from bean to cup.
Local Bar – Drop in to one of the local Chagga bars and drink the traditional “mbege” a local brew made from millet and banana wine.