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Activities for all Seasons

Discover the exquisite beauty of Moshi. Moshi offers a wealth of recreation, waterfalls, Maasai villages, coffee farms,  mountain climbing or a unique car ride to the hot springs are just a few ways to enjoy Your stay. With lots of artists and galleries, where the local artisans can sell you their wares and the market is fantastic, and should be thoroughly explored. It consists of many vendors selling fruit, vegetables, meat, dried fish and of course the cheapest souvenirs.

This truly makes Moshi distinctive. Below are suggested activities proving that any time is a good time to visit Nyota Bed And Breakfast in Moshi!. A Safari is also essential, and Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Lake Manyara National Park and Arusha National Park are within a fairly easy distance. See our sister organization Tin Tin Tours for information about safari expeditions and climbing treks.


Maasai Village

A village nestled at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro waiting for you to explore
Materuni is one of the few villages in Tanzania sitting at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. While in the village, a scenic view of Moshi Town and Mount Kilimanjaro is astonishing. This green village with fresh air welcomes visitors to explore the beauty of the land and cultural heritage of the Chagga people.
The tour starts from the tourism office at Materuni village then you will walk though banana and coffee plantations identifying different species of bananas as you proceed to the “Mnambe” waterfall where you will enjoy swimming in a natural pool.

Coffee Farm

Guided by the local Coffee Farmer you will experience the whole process of coffee production from bean to cup.  The Farmer explains to you about organic coffee farming and fair-trade standards.

Chemka Hot Springs

About 40 kilometers from Moshi , in a village called Chemka there is an underground spring  with warm water. The water forms a clear and clean pond which is ideal for swimming. The pond is very deep, in some places up to 7 meters, but the water is so clear that you can see the bottom all the time. The pond is situated under lush trees where you can relax on the bank and let yourself dry after swimming.

Visit an Orphanage

One of the greatest ways to assist an economically deprived community is to provide knowledge to its citizens, through orphanage support or simply as a donor or sponsor, especially for the disadvantaged children. Many citizens cannot afford to get the necessary education due to the inability to pay the educational fees and/or the immediate need for financial resources. This results in them accepting any job which tends to keep them in the economically deprived loop. This is of course an African problem relevant to the whole of Africa but we believe that by starting small here in Moshi, Tanzania, through your goodwill the citizens can grow.
Spend your day in an authentic Maasai village/Boma and share the Maasai life.
Welcome Maasai dressing where you will be able to feel like a real Maasai.
Village/Boma Tour / Traditional Lunch /Maasai Dancing.
Learn about Maasai hunting techniques and incredible natural medicine.

Mt. Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is undoubtedly one of the world's greatest outdoor challenges. It is the highest trekkable mountain in the world, the largest freestanding mountain in the world, the highest mountain in Africa and has the only snowfields on the equator. Kilimanjaro is for many the “ultimate challenge”.  Kilimanjaro does not promise to be a laugh a minute, but it does promise an experience of life-punctuating magnitude, on which you really will be able to look back with pride.


Tanzania has a safari for every traveler. What will your travel story be? Tanzania safari packages and tours range from bucket list adventures to tours that range from affordable to luxurious.
Tanzania's most famous safari destinations - the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire and Lake Manyara - lie conveniently close to each other on the 'Northern Safari Circuit' and deliver unbeatable Big 5 and wildebeest migration safaris.

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