4 Days Hike Mtae and Mazumbai

4 Days Hike Mtae and Mazumbai

Walk through Magamba rain forest a home to black and white colobus monkeys, visit an old trench dug by the German during World War 1, the guide will provide an explanation of German and British Colonial history

Day 1: Walk through Magamba rain forest a home to black and white colobus monkeys, visit an old trench dug by the German during World War 1, the guide will provide an explanation of German and British Colonial history. Proceed on walking through the rainforest of Magamba where you take public transport to Rangwi Catholic mission for dinner and overnight FB.

Day 2: After breakfast walk through traditional villages and learn about typical traditional life style of washambaa, forests, pottery women group to Mtae a World view point with spectacular views overlooking Maasai plains, Mkomazi game reserve, Tsavo west in Kenya and also on clear days Kilimanjaro can be seen on the horizon, a good point for sun rise and sunset and overnight in Mambo Cliff Inn. FB

Day 3: Drive from Mtae to — Mazumbai Forest- A special highlights are the tea farms & the tea factory and the Mazumbai forest. Do evenings walk around Mazumbai forest and sport different types of chameleon, butterflies and black and white colobus monkeys Overnight at Mazumbai rest house. FB

Day 4: A full day hike in Mazumbai forest rainforest, untouched forest which can fulfill your need of seeing Primary forest which remains all over Western Usambara Mountains. A home to black and white clobus monkeys, birds, flowers and lots of chameleons butterflies and many more insects. Overnight at Mazumbai rest house. FB

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  • Price from: US$ $ 600 per person sharing
  • Minimum 2 Pax

Rate Includes

  • Accommodation
  • Guide fees
  • Private transport from Mtae to Mazumbai
  • All entrance fees and park fees
  • Food
  • Drinking water 1.5 per day

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  • Tips to guide is highly recommended
  • All things which is not mentioned above