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We are alumni from Moshi Cooperative University based in Moshi, Kilimanjaro Tanzania. We are two friends from humble beginnings who have enjoyed the mercy and grace of God. Our growth experience has shown that irrespective of background, location or cultural we can achieve our greatest dreams and desires. We have always been passionate about adventure and exploring the hidden beauty of Tanzania, however but we couldn’t get that chance in our whole student life time due to the high prices charged to students by most tourism companies.
Our vision is to help the helpless and encourage our fellow students to believe and have strong desire because this is the secret behind the success. Despite many challenges, we have succeeded in implementing a functioning and reliable tourism program which gives student from secondary schools and universities the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit Tanzania and explore its spectacular nature and culture.
Recommendations and Requirements
It must be a group of minimum 4 people
Two itineraries available for 6 days and 7 days
Machame route is a popular hike favored by experienced backpackers. The Machame route is also known as the Whiskey route; given its reputation for being a tough climb. It is also one of the cheaper routes due to its easy access and shorter itinerary.
Two itineraries available for 5 and 6 days
The Marangu route is the oldest among all routes. Many people favor the Marangu route because it is considered to be the easiest path to the mountain. It is also the only route which offers sleeping huts in dormitory style accommodations
Two itineraries available 7 and 8 days The Lemosho Route is widely considered to be the best route on Mount Kilimanjaro. Lemosho is preferred by reputable operators due to its beauty, remoteness and success rate. In short, it maximizes the chances that a climber will reach the summit, and enjoy the experience overall.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area includes its eponymous famous crater, Olduvai Gorge, and huge expanses of highland plains, scrub bush, and forests that cover approximately 8300 square kilometres. A protected area, only indigenous tribes such as the Masaai are allowed to live within its borders.
The fierce sun sucks the moisture from the landscape, baking the earth a dusty red, the withered grass as brittle as straw. The Tarangire River has shrivelled to a shadow of its wet season self. But it is choked with wildlife. Thirsty nomads have wandered hundreds of parched kilometres knowing that here, always, there is water. Things to do at Tarangire ; Guided walking safaris, Day trips to Maasai and Barabaig villages, as well as to the hundreds of ancient rock paintings in the vicinity of Kolo on the Dodoma Road.
Tanzania's oldest and most popular national park, also a world heritage site and recently proclaimed a 7th world wide wonder, the Serengeti is famed for its annual migration, when some six million hooves pound the open plains, as more than 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson's gazelle join the wildebeest’s trek for fresh grazing. Things you can do at Serengeti; Hot air balloon safaris, walking safari, picnicking, game drives, bush lunch/dinner can be arranged with hotels/tour operators. Maasai rock paintings and musical rocks.Visit neighbouring Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge, Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano and Lake Natron's flamingos.
Materuni waterfalls exist in Materuni Village which is one among the few villages of wonder in Northern Tanzania sitting at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. It’s very impressive and one of the highest waterfalls in East Africa at 90 meters and it is truly spectacular, green village with fresh air welcoming visitors to explore the beauty of the land and cultural heritage of the Chagga people. On top of that, cultural experience such as banana beer brewed or coffee roasted in traditional way can be added to your hike.
A Chemka Hot spring former was known as Kikuletwa Hot spring gets its name from the water that bubbles in underground caves. Surrounded by fig trees, this area is a hidden gem in the midst of a semi arid landscape. Here you may find a diversity of colourful birds amongst an abundance of plant life and neighbouring indigenous tribes. There is also an option to camp overnight and hike.
A tour through a Chagga village will take you through a coffee plantation and banana beer making, both of which are made entirely by hand. You may also visit a blacksmith to see how tools are built using traditional methods and take a look at Chagga houses. A walk through the village must not go without stepping inside a cave, which were made during the time of tribal wars with the Maasai and used by the Chagga people and their livestock for hiding.