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activities on your free day when visiting Tanzania

Materuni waterfall & Coffee Tour

Materuni Waterfall is a breathtaking sight to behold, cascading down from a height of 80 meters surrounded by lush greenery and magnificent views of the surrounding landscape. The waterfall is fed by the Kilimanjaro glaciers and creates a refreshing natural swimming pool for visitors to enjoy. Our website offers a Tour guide to help you plan your trip to Materuni Waterfall, including directions, tour options, and helpful tips to make the most of your experience.

But Materuni isn’t just about the waterfall – it’s also a hub for the local coffee industry. Our coffee tour provides a unique opportunity to learn about the traditional coffee-making process from local farmers and experience the rich flavors of freshly brewed coffee straight from the source. You’ll have the chance to roast and grind your own coffee, taste different varieties, and immerse yourself in the local culture.

At Materuni, we’re passionate about sharing the beauty and richness of our village with visitors from around the world. We hope our website inspires you to come and experience the wonder of Materuni Waterfall and the local coffee tour for yourself.

This is a full-day itinerary for Materuni water fall and Coffee

8:00 am: Pickup from your hotel in Arusha and drive to Materuni village.

9:30 am: Arrive at Materuni village and begin the hike to the Materuni Waterfall. The hike takes about 45 minutes and passes through beautiful scenery, including coffee and banana plantations.

11:00 am: Arrive at the Materuni Waterfall and take in the stunning views. You can take a refreshing swim in the pool beneath the waterfall or just relax and enjoy the scenery.

12:30 pm: Return to Materuni village for a traditional Tanzanian lunch. You can enjoy local dishes like ugali, rice, beans, and vegetables. But this is a choice.

1:30 pm: Begin the coffee tour. You’ll visit a local coffee plantation and learn about the process of growing, harvesting, and roasting coffee beans.

2:30 pm: Participate in the coffee-making process, from roasting to grinding to brewing. You’ll also get to taste some delicious, freshly brewed coffee.

4:00 pm: Return to your hotel in Arusha.