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Coffee Tour


Total tour time  3-4 hours

Most of the tourists come to Moshi because it is the starting point for climbing Kilimanjaro. With a few days to spare either before or after the trek, a visit to one of the coffee plantations around Moshi is a must. Spread along the slopes of the highest mountain in Africa, the Kilimanjaro coffee is grown on volcanic soil among banana trees, which give the beans a crisp flavour and a sweet aroma.

Taking a coffee tour in Moshi is a great way to learn about the process of cultivating coffee and the way the Chagga tribe is using their farming in the highlands skills to grow high quality beans.

Whilst Tanzania grows both Arabica and Robusta coffee, over 70% of the beans are Arabica. If you don’t know much about coffee, let me tell you that Arabica is a higher quality product, with a softer taste and an intense flavour, whilst Robusta is a harsh, less refined bean, with a bitter taste. Arabica coffee is cultivated at high altitudes (1,400 -2,000 meters) and this is why the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro offer a perfect environment for it to flourish. Tanzania produces 1% of the world’s Arabica coffee

After the coffee history tour you’re going to make your own cup of coffee from a charcoal stove as you will roast the coffee beans  grind it with a mortar and pestle  so as it can turn into coffee powder then enjoy your own cup of coffee.

After the tour you will be taken back to your hotel to finish the rest of your day and overnight

2 Pax
4 Pax & Above
$ 80 Per Person
$ 60 Per Person

Trip cost includes

tour gallery

other tanzania safari itineraries

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