Enjoy Cultural Tour With Its Fullest!.

Welcome To Kiliman Cultural Tourism

Welcome all to enjoy a locally prepared Coffee in/on the Farm – Africa (in Swahili means; Kahawa Shambani – Afrika) with the farmer’s family, to experience a real local life of coffee farmers, on the Slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Select Your Best Package For Your Travel

Coffee Tour And Materuni Waterfall

Materuni is the best place for relaxing after the long days’ safari or after a tough climbing of Mount Kilimanjaro  

Our guide will meet you at your hotel in the morning of 09h00am, and lead you to the coffee tour. During the coffee tour you will experience how the local chagga people plant their coffee, take care, harvest and ferment. Coffee tour as other plantations have the diseases, so you will see how the small coffee farmers take care of their coffee without using chemicals.

Materuni

Best Tours

Coffee Tour

Don’t just wonder about the origins of coffee or beans.

The Chagga History Hike

Visit to a traditional House (Chagga Hut)Exploration of the mysterious Chagga Cave.

Materuni Waterfalls

This tour will bring you all the way to the amazing and mythical Waterfall.

Cooking Lesson

Nature Walk

Campsites

WHY SHOULD YOU CHOOSE US?

When it comes to providing unique and memorable Cultural tours, no one does it better than Kiliman Cultural Tourism – Kahawa Shambani with a long tradition of providing travelers from all over the world with quality, affordable, relaxing and memorable holidays.

Our staff are professional and experienced with immense training and knowledge of the travel and tours industry especially in Cultural tourism.

Our team of experienced and dedicated staff, while creating new and exciting activities, will bring you into the heart of Tanzania’s lifestyle and diverse culture.

What Our Travellers Say About Us

Arlington Amazing experience!

We had an amazing tour of village coffee production on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro through Kiliman Cultural Tourism. The tour cost (~$50 USD per person) included pick up/drop off at our hotel, a 3 hour village walking tour, end-to-end coffee production the "traditional way", full traditional lunch, and an expert local guide. Our guide, Crispin, was from one of the villages engaged in this cooperative coffee production. He was extremely knowledgeable both about the coffee production process and about the plants, animals, and life in the area.