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Of course you want to see the well-known highlights of your destination. But do you really want to get to know a country? Then opt for a special excursion and/or overnight stay, where you get to know the local population up close. Sleep in a family’s home, take a local cooking workshop and taste traditional Chagga food, help roast coffee beans, taste banana beer or go cycling in the countryside: whatever you choose, it will definitely be one of the highlights of your trip .

Tourism is an important source of income for the local population. The income is often invested in the home, vegetable gardens, education and health care. With your contribution you also help ecological sustainability projects, you support women’s groups and other forms of sustainable development.

Get to know local life!

Visit a school and meet the kids

Visit a banana & coffee plantation

Visit a local market

Meet the Maasai and learn more about their culture

Join us for lunch and enjoy a local meal


Visit the local market and enjoy a few hours in the warm waters of the Kikuletwa Hotsprings in Moshi.

€ 75,- p.p.

Take a beautiful walk through the rainforest at the foot of Kilimanjaro to the Kuringe waterfalls that are 70 meters high. Meet the Chagga mountain people, see how coffee beans grow, how they are harvested and then processed into real coffee in the traditional way. Enjoy your home-made cup of coffee or taste the local banana beer.

€ 90,- p.p.

The beautiful Kikuletwa Hotsprings are located in the middle of the Sanya plain, about 35 km from Moshi. It is a small oasis in the heart of a dry and dusty landscape. The locals call this wonder the ‘Chemka Maji Moto’ which means ‘boiling hot water’. This refers to the way the bubbling water comes out of the subsoil. The water has a lovely temperature and is crystal clear, so you can see right down to the bottom.

The Kikuletwa Hotsprings are surrounded by tropical palm trees and impressive roots of large fig trees. It is a true paradise and a great place to swim, relax, picnic and enjoy the beauty that nature has to offer. There is also a rope swing to swing and then jump into the water.

€ 50,- p.p.

This special walk can only be done in Lake Manyara national park. During the Treetop Walk you walk at a height of about 15 meters over stable narrow bridges along the treetops through the beautiful untouched nature of the national park. The walk offers you beautiful views. A unique opportunity to see nature from a completely different perspective. Enjoy the beautiful view together with monkeys, butterflies and various exotic birds!

€ 50,- p.p.

Experience the simplest way of life in Africa. The Maasai people live in small mud huts in the middle of nature, where lions, elephants and many other animals also live. The Maasai know how to protect their own territory – and that of their goats and cows – in harmony with nature. During this excursion you will learn how they manage life in nature and their daily way of life and get acquainted with the Maasai traditions.

€ 125,- p.p.

All our day excursions include transport, English speaking guide and driver, complete lunch, entrance fees and unlimited drinking water.

Responsible travel

Responsible travel means that we are aware of the (social) impact of tourism on local people, animals and the environment. It means that when composing our trips, we create an infrastructure that avoids exploitation of people, animals and natural resources at all costs.

Together we make responsible travel possible!

The Chagga

The Chagga people are the third largest ethnic group in Tanzania and traditionally live in the fertile foothills of Kilimanjaro. They are one of a number of tribes that have their origins in the Central and West African Bantu culture.

The Chagga have a long history of contact with European missionaries and other settlers, which has resulted in them having greater access to schooling and thus higher levels of formal education compared to other groups in Tanzania. The Chagga are known as smart business people and are often able to gain positions of influence in Tanzanian society.

The Maasai

A semi-nomadic Nilotic group believed to have originated in Egypt, the Maasai are predominantly pastoralists but practice small-scale farming in some places. They are one of the youngest ethnic groups in Tanzania, having followed the Nile River through Kenya before reaching Tanzania 300 years ago. adumu jump massaging

The Maasai’s identity and lifestyle is deeply rooted in the ownership, breeding and use of livestock. The status of an individual Maasai and their family is closely related to the number of cattle they own – in fact, a Maasai without livestock is no longer considered a Maasai within the community.

The Hadzabe

The Hadzabe live in the area around the Lake Eyasi Basin. They are a unique ethnic group in Tanzania. Apart from the Sandawe and Akie (both groups very close to the Hadzabe who are believed to be a branch of the original Hadzabe tribe) they are the only true hunter-gatherer groups remaining in Tanzania and one of the few remaining in this area. region of the world.


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