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1 Day Kilimanjaro climb Shira Plateau

Kilimanjaro Day Hike

One Day Kilimanjaro Climb via Shira Plateau 1 Day Kilimanjaro climb Shira plateau is one of Short trips on Mount Kilimanjaro. Preferring Kilimanjaro Day hike? Is Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro on your bucket list? At Kilinge Adventures you can explore all the routes to the summit as a multi-day guided ascent of the mountain or opt for One Day Kilimanjaro climb. However, for a flavour of Kilimanjaro, how about adding a day hike to your safari itinerary? Kilimanjaro, which is the highest mountain in Africa at 5,985m, can take around a week to climb to the summit, but if you head to the less visited western side of the mountain you can do a one day Kilimanjaro climb, which incorporates some hiking on the high moorland.

This 1 Day Kilimanjaro Climb Shira Plateau can be added to any of your Safari Tours in Tanzania.

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1 Day Kilimanjaro hike via Marangu Route

Kilimanjaro One Day Climb

1 Day Kilimanjaro hike via Marangu Route is one of Short Kilimanjaro Trips for one Day Kilimanjaro Climb. This short Kilimanjaro Kilimanjaro tour. Experience the adventure of climbing Africa's highest peak; although this excursion only takes you to 2765m at the first Hut (Mandara) it will reward you with spectacular views and plenty of excitement.

This 1 Day Kilimanjaro hike via Marangu Route can be added to any of your Safari Tours in Tanzania.

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Tanzania Bike Tour

Tanzania Cycling Tour Overview

Tanzania Bike Tour by Kilinge Adventures range from day trips to week long tours across various parts of Tanzania’s Northern Circuit covering a wide range of landscapes. From lush, green forests to dry bush lands, remote villages to bustling towns and from lakeside shores to plantations. Let the cold, moist wind blow against your face as you cycle down the slopes of Kilimanjaro and experience the daytime heat as you cut across the dry, dusty acacia woodlands. Our Tanzania Biking Tours gives you a wide tour options. Visit Chagga and Maasai villages, experience the locals’ ways of life and immerse yourself in their culture. Our itineraries are flexible and tailor-made to suite your needs. You can also suggest places of interest and we plan out itineraries that suit their interests

Let Kilinge Adventure take you on an unforgettable Tanzania journey as you experience Tanzania on two wheels.

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Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park, one of the hidden jewels of Tanzania. This park measures 2,600 sq km’s and boasts a concentration of wildlife second only to Ngorongoro Crater. It features an impressive amount and array of birdlife and plant life.

The park offers views of grass and floodplains with impressive baobab and flat topped acacia trees scattered throughout. During the dry season the park may look quite ordinary, but activities continue even more earnestly due to the now increased competition.

Many of the animals leave the area of the Tarangire River at the beginning of the short rainy season (October/November) as water may be found elsewhere in the park, with less chance of predators homing in for a meal. The second “migration” occurs at the beginning of the rainy season in March.

Day Tour: Arusha – Tarangire National Park

We shall pick you from your hotel in Arusha and drive 2-3 hour towards Tarangire National Park. Previously before park status inaction, this region, people often went on big game hunting safaris. After the formation of the national parks in 1970, they turned the seasonal marshes and the endless savannah that one sees today into, once again, profitable hunting grounds. Today however, cameras thankfully have replaced the elephant guns. The Tarangire National Park has the highest density of elephants in the North Tanzania than any national park and you can view these animals all year round in which the herds often can reach an impressive number of 300 animals.

The Tarangire River has water all year round and during the dry season, between July and October, many animals from the surrounding areas come to the river to quench thirsty. If you visit the park during the dry season, you will witness an unforgettable natural wonder as you can observe wonderful creatures such as lions, giraffes, buffaloes, wildebeests and zebras as well as various types of antelopes and gazelles and with a little luck, you can also spot a python! This area is during the dry season also a haven for bird watchers with over 550 different species including the Maasai Ostrich -the world largest bird. Around lunchtime, you will stop at a suitable picnic place before the afternoon, taking a meal with a view dedicated to more wildlife watching. Before sunset you will be drive to your hotel in Moshi/ Arusha.

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Tour description

Lake Duluti is a small crater lake situated in eastern Arusha. It takes approximately 20 minutes from Arusha City. Lake Duluti is surrounded by a thick forest that is home to a number of reptiles like lizards and snakes while the lake itself is a sanctuary for varies bird species.Exploring the area around Lake Duluti is quite fun. Enjoy canoeing at Lake Duluti as well as the hike at the Duluti Forest and get to see the different animal and plant species.You could also enjoy bird watching or go fishing with the help of professional guides. Since the area is quiet popular with cultural tourism take time to visit the local market within the area. A trip to Mount Meru can be arranged upon request.

Morning at 0830, You will be picked up from your hotel in Arusha town just a 20-minute drive away from Arusha, in the shadow of Mount Meru lays a crater lake. The Wameru tribe of the area named it Duluti. Lake Duluti is formed inside a volcanic crater and has water throughout the year, mainly from groundwater and seasonal rainfall. The crater is a subsidiary vent to Mount Meru (4566m) that towers over the lake.Glide across the smooth surface of this small Crater Lake and view birdlife seldom seen; Giant kingfisher, Fish eagle, Darters and many more. Surrounded by forested crater walls this is a very special and quiet 1,5 hour canoeing experience. View hundreds of cattle egrets returning to an island in the lake to roost for the night.After your 1.5hr on Canoe, Your guide will take you through rich coffee and banana plantations and on a relaxing walk around Lake Duluti Forest Reserve where many different bird species can be found.On Wednesdays and Saturdays, you can also take a stroll through the local market. Duration : approx. 4-8 hours.

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LAKE CHALA DAY TOUR

Lake Chala day trip is a full day of canoeing, fishing and walking safari.

Chala also known as Dschalla, is crater in caldera on the Borders of Kenya and Tanzania on the eastern edge of Mount Kilimanjaro, 8km north of Taveta and 55 kms from the town of Moshi. Depending on the time of year, it ranges in color from deep blue to turquoise and green, it is surrounded by a 100 meters high crater rim. The lake is fed by groundwater flows, which come from Mount Kilimanjaro, fed and drained underground with a rate of about 10 million m³ / year. Even the Chala loses volume. Its level had dropped in the last 6 years, by 2.4 meters; at the start of 2011 the water level has risen again by over 1 meter. Now days its possible to stay and swim in this lakes.

Main Activities for Lake Chala day trip includes Canoeing, Walking safaris and Fishing

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Hadzabe Cultural Day Trip Tour

Hadzabe Cultural Day Trip tour offers you a unique opportunity to visit the traditional homeland of the Hadzabe (or Hadza) peoples, one of the last surviving hunter-gatherer tribes in the world, and to meet their neighbors, the Datoga peoples.

They grow no food, raise no livestock, and live without rules or calendars. They are living a hunter-gatherer existence that is little changed from 10,000 years ago. What do they know that we’ve forgotten?

A Tanzania Cultural Experience

The Hadzabe tribe of Tanzania is the last true nomadic tribe of Africa. Kilinge Adventures can take you on an amazing adventure with the Hadzas. You will join the men as they hunt for their daily subsidence using traditional bow and arrows, or join the women as they forage for fruits and berries. This is not a show or a “tourist put on”. This is the real deal. A true Tanzania cultural tour experience, not for the faint of heart.

The Hadza

About one hour’s drive south west of Karatu (on the outskirts of the Ngorongoro Crater), lays Lake Eyasi, one of the rift valley lakes that are situated in Tanzania. It is a shallow seasonal lake that fills with water after rains and subsequently playing host to a myriad of bird species and providing water for the Hadzabe Bushmen tribe. The Hadza are the last functioning hunter-gatherers in Africa. Their language is similar to the Southern Africa’s Bushmen who speak the click language and their language is believed to still have the clicks and pops like no other “click language” up to the now. It is believed that about 10000 years ago the more hostile tribes of the Maasai and Iraqw (Mbulu), displaced this small African Bushman tribe from the Ngorongoro Crater and the Crater highland forests and they settled to their present day land around Lake Eyasi. The tribe is comprised of very few inhabitants of the Lake Eyasi area; estimated at about just one thousand. These African Bushmen do not rear cattle or produce farm produce at any time and rely fully on hunting and gathering of fruits and berries for their up keep. With their strong bows whose string is made out of giraffe tendons they are able to bring down small animals like dik diks, baboons, monkeys, large and small birds, to large game animals like zebras, giraffes, and buffaloes. The arrows are treated with a poison extracted from a tree well known to them.

Foraging

Hadza men usually forage individually, and during the course of day usually feed themselves while foraging, and also bring home some honey, fruit, or wild game when available. Women forage in larger parties, and usually bring home berries, baobab fruit, and tubers, depending on availability. Men and women also forage co-operatively for honey and fruit, and at least one adult male will usually accompany a group of foraging women. During the wet season, the diet is composed mostly of honey, some fruit, tubers, and occasional meat. The contribution of meat to the diet increases in the dry season, when game becomes concentrated around sources of water. During this time, men often hunt in pairs, and spend entire nights lying in wait by waterholes, hoping to shoot animals that approach for a night-time drink, with bows and arrows treated with poison. The poison is made of the branches of the shrub Adenium coetaneum.

The use of trees and plants

One of their ancient skills is how to make fire from rubbing some wood, the Commiphora tree. Other uses of some trees include using the same Commiphora tree to extract the sap that is believed to be a mosquito repellent. They use the Sansaveria tree to make a snake bite cure and the aloe vera is used by the African Bushman as a treatment for cut wounds. The Baobab fruits are used for making a nice drink. What has kept the Hadza at the same place for so long is believed to be they habit of not using calendars and not counting time. The Hadzabe Bushmen are said to use only the different stages of the moon to count time. They do not own belongings other than what they need for survival like the bows and arrows and some pots for cooking. These hospitable tribal men are equal and there is no one superior to the other in their society.

Contact us either for this amazing Hadzabe Tribe Day tour or multi-day customizable tours which includes Lake Eyasi as one of the days in the itinerary.

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Lake Natron Day Trip

Lake Natron is situated in northern Tanzania on the border with Kenya, close to the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

The lake is in the vicinity of Ol Doinyo Lengai, which is visible on the southern part. Lake Natron covers an area 56 km (35 miles) long and 24 km (15 miles) wide but the water level changes due to evaporation. The shallow and alkaline lake has different springs, the Ewaso Ng'iro River and different hot springs. The surface of Lake Natron, which has high salt, magnesite and sodium carbonate concentration, is covered with a pinkish-white soda crust.

The area around the lake offers different attractions such as a large number of volcanic implosion craters, numerous waterfalls and ravines with nesting places for Rüppell's Griffon Vultures. Among the most prominent attractions of Lake Natron is the Gelai Volcano, a 2,942 m (9,652 feet) high volcano in the southeastern part, and the archeological site of Peninj, where archeologists discovered the Peninj Mandible – the fossilized teeth of Australopithecus boisei.

Some of the activities at Lake Natron are swimming, a visit to Maasai boma or a simple trek to the Ngorongoro Crater Highlands with numerous craters. The area has a beautiful wildlife

The lake is a breeding place for thousands of Rift Valley Flamingos. They build their nests using the soda flats between August and October. The flamingos of lake Natron feed with the lakes Spirulina algae. Because the flamingos use this area for breeding the lake and its surrounding is under the International concern for preservation. Other animals which inhabit this area are zebra, ostrich, fringed eared oryx, gazelle, gerenuk, lesser kudu and golden jackal.

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Visit the Marangu falls, go swimming and experience stunning landscapes.

Marangu Village, is about 40 minutes driving from Moshi town, located in the beautiful country side surrounded by lush landscapes and beautiful plantations of bananas, yams, potatoes and coffee, where you will find this hidden waterfall. The falls are situated on the foothills of the Kilimanjaro and the source of its water comes directly from the glacier on the top of the mountain. The surrounding fine area supports growth of various trees species and vegetation.

At the base of Kilimanjaro, Marangu waterfall is one of the most popular but not the highest waterfalls in the area. A 35 minutes hike and beautiful walk will enable you to see the waterfall both from the bottom and the top and you will have an opportunity to relax amongst tranquil nature and swim in the cool waters if you wish.

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Activities

In the morning, you will be picked from your hotel in Moshi and take you to Marangu, which lies in the fertile hills of Kilimanjaro where a village guide will be waiting for you and bring you first of all to the Chagga Live Museum, where you will get a deep insight in the traditional lifestyle of this agricultural society and also the family history.

Our guide will then lead you through the coffee and banana plantations to a spectacular waterfall. On the way, he will tell you and point out the fauna and flora of the region. At the waterfall, you will have lunch and if you fancy you may take a dive in the refreshing waters of the waterfall. In the afternoon, you will be driven to the village of Mamba. This small village is famous for its caves, which were once used to hide the women and children for weeks during the Chagga – Maasai wars. At Mamba, you will also visit a local blacksmith who still forges spearheads in the traditional manner. Late in the afternoon, we will take you back to your hotel.

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Materuni Waterfalls

This very remarkable Waterfall is one of the tallest in the area, spewing crystal clear glacier water 70m into its basin. The lovely and attractive path leading to Materuni Waterfall is located 2500m above sea level

It crosses through valleys and hills covered by tropical rainforest, past coffee, banana and avocado “shambas”, the Kiswahili word for farms. On a clear day, great views of Kibo and Moshi town can be seen. The hike to the base of the Waterfall can be demanding at some point and hiking boots are recommended especially during wet seasons. As this trip is so close to Moshi town it is ideal for those people with limited time but who would still like to see some of the nature and beauty that this region of Tanzania has to offer.

Materuni is one of the few villages of wonder in Northern Tanzania sitting at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. The village is blessed with full of all the beauty worth much visiting for holiday, week-end outing or vacation. While in the village, scenic view of Moshi Town and Mount Kilimanjaro is astonishing. This green village with fresh air from green vegetation welcomes visitors to explore the beauty of the land and cultural heritage of the Chagga people.

A cultural experience such as banana beer brewed or coffee roasted in a traditional way can be added to your hike.

A Day at Materuni

In the morning, our guide will collect you from your hotel in Moshi and take you to Materuni, a village that is very beautified by an impressive waterfall. Through your hike walk down the Materuni base, you will have a chance to pass through the valleys and hills covered by tropical rainforest, banana and avocado farms. The village is blessed with full of all the beauty worth much visiting for holiday, week-end outing or vacation.

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