Spend the day wondering the streets of Moshi town and observing the lives of people that reside here. Your day could include visiting Moshi’s main road, the local vegetable and fish market, post office, local bus stand, Moshi airport with wonderful views of Kilimanjaro on a clear day, Moshi train stop, widest tree in Moshi, experience the oldest elevator in Tanzania, Moshi view point, see the art of local artists and handicraft workshops, leather factory and treat yourself to a local coffee.
Mto wa Mbu village lies within the east African Valley, some 120km from Arusha City, Mto wa Mbu inhabits more than 18,000 thousands in which there are 120 tribes. Maasai being the originak inhabitants of the area. Mto wa Mbu flourishes in the presence of three great rivers namely, Kirurumu river, Mahamoud River And Magadini river. The word Mto wa Mbu literally means "Mosquito River"
A soda lake at the base of Ol Doinyo Lengai close to the border with kenya is home to thousands of flamingo. The surrunding area with its streams and waterfalls is walking
Spend the day in an authentic Maasai village situated in West Kilimanjaro region and share the Maasai life with a traditional lunch. Your day can include museum and village tour,walking safari in the Maasai territory ,learning Maasai hunting techniques & learning about Maasai medicine and having traditional chai (tea) with the oldest lady in the village. On clear days enjoy spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru on either side.
Your day can include visiting banana and coffee farms visiting the chagga cave museum ,traditional lunch (or optional picnic lunch box) and local brewed banana beer (Mbege) local market. Waterfalls (Kiasiya or Moonjo or Kunukamori or Ndoro) Kilimanjaro view point and more.