Waterfall Hikes to Materuni Waterfalls on a clear day, you will have great views of Kibo, and Moshi is often seen. Waterfall Hikes to the bottom of the Waterfall is often demanding and hiking boots are recommended.
Waterfall Hikes to this waterfall is rich in culture and history, Most of the people in this village are Chagga farmers.
Materuni is that the home of the Chagga tribe and remains an authentic tribal village. Drive from Kilimanjaro Moshi town is about 15 Km.
The pool at the rock bottom of the waterfall is an inviting place for a refreshing swimming
The coffee tour is a brewed drink prepared from roasted coffee beans, the seeds of berries from certain Coffee species. Once ripe, berries are picked, processed, and dried. Dried coffee seeds are roasted to varying degrees, counting on the specified flavor.
On this tour, you will visit the village called Materuni village is popular for tourists. The local farmer planting organic coffee and other crops.
We preferred to start with Materuni Waterfall, we will hike for 45 Minutes to the amazing waterfall.
On the tour, you will learn how they grow coffee organic and process it until you drink a cup of it, and eat traditional lunch.
Materuni Waterfalls spewing crystal clear glacier water 70m into its basin. in beautiful views of the landscape toward Materuni. The waterfall is about 1300m, 4300ft above water level. It traverses through valleys and hills covered by tropical rainforest, past coffee, banana.
Chaga (also called Wachaga are Bantu-speaking indigenous Africans and therefore the third largest ethnos in Tanzania. They traditionally the southern and eastern slopes of Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru and near Moshi.
Their relative wealth comes from this tribe and successful agricultural methods, which include extensive irrigation systems, terracing, and continuous organic fertilization methods practiced for thousands of years.