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Kahawa Shambani-Africa Coffee Tour

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Kiliman Cultural Tourism is a community based project aimed at providing coffee growers a complementary source of income via tourism. It can be used as base for many activities and offers programmes, by a local coffee farmers themselves. The project...more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Moshi, Tanzania
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+255 782 324 121
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Even though it rained non-stop during our tour through the coffee plantations and villages this was a fascinating tour and a really authentic experience. We really enjoyed brewing our own coffee by hand, including the grinding and roasting.Tourist dollars are well spent here and directly...More

Thank Robyn M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I went on a tour coordinated by Stratton and his team. We were impressed with everything. Our guide, Casey, was friendly, professional, and knowledgeable of the coffee making process. He showed us the entire process from growing the coffee berries, harvesting them,...More

Thank Gerardo M
Reviewed 2 August 2018 via mobile

Stratton and his team were as ever efficient and knowledgeable. The coffee tour is informative and ethical in its use of the local community with a proportion of the profit going back to projects such as local dispensary’s. Food cooked by Deo and his team...More

Thank 715ellenm
Reviewed 8 July 2018

The coffee tour support the local community and it is definitely a plus. The tour is super interesting and really didactic, you learn how to make coffee from the beginning. You meet the people from the village and your guide is a local producer and...More

Thank Med E
Reviewed 22 June 2018 via mobile

We learned a lot about coffee, and tried to do all the steps ourselves ! Then it was a pleasure to drink our own coffee ! It was also nice to walk in the village and meet the villagers. Finally the lunch was really good....More

Thank MehdiE438
Reviewed 11 May 2018 via mobile

Having been travelling in Africa for 4 months, this was by far the best tour we’ve been on. Our guide, Kessy, was very informative and great company for the day. We enjoyed both the coffee and Chagga tour. Lunch was excellent and I’m determined to...More

2  Thank themaxwelldemon
Reviewed 15 April 2018

When our friends suggested a coffee tour I thought, "OK." But we are so thankful we went! We thoroughly enjoyed learning all about the coffee process in a local farm. Our guide had very good English and was able to explain the process as well...More

Thank Tammy B
Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

We did the coffee tour and had a wonderful day experience with Kessy our guide! He took the time to explain everything and answer all our questions. We even got to walk around the coffee plantations and make our own from scratch while learning about...More

1  Thank Célia S
Reviewed 15 October 2017

I had a free day in Moshi and wanted to explore some of the countryside and as I am a coffee addict, this trip seemed right up my alley. I booked directly via email prior to arriving and paid in cash at the end. I...More

Thank Thzeje
Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

We had trouble finding day trips that would involve a scenic view of mt kilimanjaro, but finding this tour sounded perfect, and after our experience it didn't fail to impress! We were given Karoli as a guide for the tour and we were instantly impressed...More

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Monica N
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Response from niallbocht | Reviewed this property |
Just google kiliman cultural tourism and you will find all the answers there. Hope this is of help. niall
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chl0esaxby
27 July 2017|
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Response from Allan J | Reviewed this property |
I was picked up from the hotel at about 9. The basic tour finishes with lunch but there are other activities you can do. There is a small shop there at which I purchased a small pack of coffee.
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