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Tanzania Village Coffee and Community Tour from Arusha Including Lunch with a Local
"Meet your expert guide in central Arusha before catching a local bus to the village of Tengeru located just 20 minutes from the city in close proximity to the rugged slopes of Mt Meru.After arriving stroll along the narrow village roads with your guide and meet some of the local villagers as they go about their daily routines. Predominately a coffee-growing village Tengeru maintains its existence with small sustainable farming projects where proceeds are fed back into the community.Visit the fields and coffee plantation to discover how coffee and other crops are farmed. Learn about the origins of coffee how to plant and harvest it
From $91.00
 
Full- Day Arusha National Park Safari from Arusha
"Your day tour begins your hotel pickup in the morning followed by the short drive to nearby Arusha National Park. Often overlooked by visitors to Tanzania this is nevertheless a special place: your driver-guide will show you the marvellous Ngurdoto Crater and the splendid resident wildlife. In a park which is the only place on Tanzania's Northern Circuit where the acrobatic black and white colobus monkey c though an elephant sighting would be rare and lion are absent. But there is every chance to see giraffe and zebra waterbuck and dik-dik. Enjoy the colorful birdlife with trogon turaco and flamingo among the many species while you break for picnic lunch
From $288.00
 
Tanzania Village Coffee and Community Tour from Arusha Including Lunch with a Local
"Meet your expert guide in central Arusha before catching a local bus to the village of Tengeru located just 20 minutes from the city in close proximity to the rugged slopes of Mt Meru.After arriving stroll along the narrow village roads with your guide and meet some of the local villagers as they go about their daily routines. Predominately a coffee-growing village Tengeru maintains its existence with small sustainable farming projects where proceeds are fed back into the community.Visit the fields and coffee plantation to discover how coffee and other crops are farmed. Learn about the origins of coffee how to plant and harvest it
From $91.00

More Local Customs in Kimana

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Hemingway Museum

We stopped for a break in a shadow of on huge tree, which happens to be the open air museum. Besides the skeletons of a big fives, there was a forester who escorted one family in wlaking tour...
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First thing first in the morning

This is very funny pic, unfortunatelly not perfectly clear because I took it under the first day light from the top of safari minibus in riding. Tembo (elephant), is doing the very same thing men do...
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Guarded by Maasais

I saw this guy, dressed in the traditional Maasais colours, as soon as we entered into the lodge area. He was strolling around armed with the spear and wooden mace. When I asked him to stop and pose...
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Maasai

Oloitokitok is deep in Maasai land, and the local population, especially the warriors, are spectacular sights. The moran are always decked out with all their jewellery, braids and coloured long hair....
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