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Foreword from the KILIFAIR organizers

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Foreword from the Minister of Tourism, Tanzania

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Foreword from the Director of Tanzania Tourist Board

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Foreword from the Chairman of TATO

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Tanzania National Parks

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Zanzibar - Places to See

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Ethiopia - Land of Beauty

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Seminars & Workshops

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KARIBU/KILIFAIR Ground Layout

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Exhibitor List

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KARIBU/KILIFAIR Stage & event program

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Cultural Tourism in Tanzania

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Maasai - A proud tribe

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Moshi - Places to go

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Map of Moshi Town

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Imprint: KILIFAIR Promotion Company Ltd P.O. Box 8545 Moshi, Tanzania Phone: +255 754 200 580 | Mail: info@kilifair.com

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Foreword from the KILIFAIR organizers

Dear esteemed KILIFAIR exhibitors & visitors, Welcome to KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2018 in Moshi/ Kilimanjaro and to UNFORGETTABLE TANZANIA. You are attending the first UNITED tourism fair of KARIBU FAIR (TATO) and KILIFAIR (Kilifair Promotion Co. Ltd). It has been a wish and a logical consequence to many stakeholders that the two most well-known Tourism Fairs of East Africa must be united into one, sooner or later. From now on we are going to alternate the fair annually between Moshi/Kilimanjaro and Arusha to support the economy in both regions! It has been an amazing experience to reach this level of awareness and professionalism, as well as to receive so much support and interest from all corners. With more than 370 exhibitors from 12 different countries, almost 400 registered travel agents from 45 countries, as well as 4000+ travel interested visitors, KARIBU/KILIFAIR has become undisputed the largest and most opinion building tourism trade fair in East and Central Africa. Under the motto “Innovating East Africa tourism”, we are providing once again an excellent marketing platform for the Kilimanjaro Region, for Tanzania and beyond, to establish new business relations and to improve existing contacts. The Tanzania government has recognized the importance of the tourism sector and is on the way to re-brand the face of Tanzania and to establish new attractions and opportunities. Moshi-Kilimanjaro, the home of KILIFAIR, is the capital city for Mt. Kilimanjaro climbs and a great base for all those continuing with a Safari or travelling to the white beaches of Zanzibar. Moshi airport is only 5 minutes south of the town and Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) is just 45 km away – thus a great hub for East Africa travels. KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2019 will be held from June 7 to 9 (after Ramadan) at TGT grounds Arusha. “Together we build Tanzania Tourism”

Tom Kunkler Director

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Foreword from the Minister of Tourism Dear esteemed visitors of KARIBU KILIFAIR, It is a great honour for me to extend a warm welcome you all to Tanzania and to Kilimanjaro region in particular, where KARIBU/KILIFAIR event is taking place. I would like to thank you for your confidence and support in seeing that the KARIBU/ KILIFAIR takes place this year. For some of you this could be the first time visiting Tanzania. So for you and all our visitors, I would like you to feel very much at home during your stay here. We are in the Municipality of Moshi at the base of the World famous Mt. Kilimanjaro, one of the eight natural wonders of the World. Under the motto of this year “Innovating East Africa” this event will expose Tanzania’s Tourism attractions to potential tourists in Tanzania, East Africa and the World. This will in-fact improve business and grow tourism opportunities that will create employment in small and medium size enterprises in Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania and in the African as whole. My Ministry and the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania are proud to partner with the KARIBU/KILIFAIR team to promote destination Tanzania. KARIBU/ KILIFAIR, I believe, will prove to be one of the best organized events of all time. I have no doubt that KARIBU/KILIFAIR will bring Exhibitors, Travel Media, Wholesale buyers, speakers and delegates from all corners of the world to Kilimanjaro and Arusha. Once here, they will be served with the best platform for networking and showcasing to establish new business partnerships and strengthen existing relationships. This will result in significant increases in tourist arrivals in Tanzania in general and trekkers of Mt. Kilimanjaro in particular. In addition, the KARIBU KILIFAIR will change Tanzania, making it a preferred tourist destination that will also link small and medium size enterprises (SME’s) with the International tourism market. I hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity to catalyze your business and selling Tanzania to the world. As a Minister for Tourism, I once again say KARIBU SANA TANZANIA and I wish you a successful participation of KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2018.

Hon. Dr. Hamisi Kigwangalla MINISTER OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND TOURISM 6


Foreword from the Director of TTB Welcome to KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2018! Tanzania Tourist Board is delighted to see the Partnership of two of Tanzania’s leading Travel and Tourism Fairs take place this year! This move made by Karibu Fair (TATO) and Kilifair to host the first ever Karibu/Kilifair event in Moshi/Kilimanjaro marks a new beginning in the history of Tourism in Tanzania. This partnership is indeed a sign of growth and cooperation between Two Key players of the Tanzanian Tourism private sector. We highly appreciate this partnership and support their initiative to see that Tanzania is promoted aggressively both within The African region and other parts of The World. As KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2018 opens up its doors, 380 Exhibitors, from East and Central Africa, more than 400 International Hosted and Semi Hosted Buyers and over 4,000 visitors will be in Moshi for the next few days . We urge Kilimanjaro and Arusha residents to take advantage of the business opportunities which will rise out of this event and also be in the forefront to see that visitors from all over the world who will be attending Karibu/Kilifair 2018 experience the very best of Tanzanian Hospitality and make time to visit some of our tourist attractions! We we wish you all a successful Karibu/Kilifair 2018!

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Foreword from the Chairman of TATO

ONE DESTINATION, ONE EXHIBITION Welcome to our first joint travel and tourism fair bringing together the tastes of Karibu Fair of Arusha and that of KILIFAIR of Moshi under one exhibition roof, and indeed, under one management team. Unity is power. After struggling individually for the past few years, the organisers of the two fairs have taken into consideration the old Swahili saying “one finger can not kill a louse.� Without hesitating, the organizers have agreed to put their strengths together to form the largest Tourism Trade Fair in East Africa, going by the name KARIBU/KILIFAIR. Thus, by putting their fingers together, this one event ends the monotony and confusing mood inflicted upon our exhibitors when selling their products in two neighbouring towns within a span of one week. From now and henceforth, there will be only one fair held once every year, alternating between the two towns of Moshi and Arusha. As the chairman of Tanzania Association of Tour Operators, I view this historic merger as a blessing that brings renewed spirit in developing this annual event as the ultimate vehicle taking East Africa to a brighter tourism industry. Our goal and wish is simply to make this destination known. As I welcome both exhibitors and visitors to this fair, I am therefore pleased to say we shall keep the focus to make KARIBU/KILIFAIR the place to exchange ideas, build alliances, network regionally and internationally, and bring global visibility to the thriving East African tourism industry. I would like to take this opportunity also to welcome international visitors to this Fair to spare some time to see the attractions of Tanzania before leaving the country. The secretariat of Tanzania Association of Tour Operators has a booth near the Fair entrance gate and can help with recommendations and guidance on how to plan for an interesting post-fair safari or holiday. With great hope, I sincerely welcome you to KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2018. Welcome to the Fair and enjoy the exhibition.

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Tanzania’s Northern Safari Circuit includes some of the most famous and remarkable sights in the world, such as the annual Wildebeest Migration and the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater. The Ngorongoro Conservation area is a cultural and natural world heritage site. There are a number of slightly less visited destinations in northern Tanzania, which are not part of the normal tourist trail and offer unique African Experiences. • • • •

Rubondo Island National Park Usambara Mountains Lake Eyasi Mkomazi Game Reserve

Southern Circuit Tanzania is enchanting. It is one of Africa’s top wildlife safari destinations. Wildlife lovers have a choice of a different safari routes, referred to as the Southern circuits. The Southern route is anchored on Dar es Salaam and covers Ruaha National Park, Mikumi, Udzungwa Mountains National Parks and the Selous Game Reserve. The Southern Circuit is more discreet, less accessible and has fewer visitors. Adventure lovers and those who seek closer contact with some of Africa’s most complex ecosystems will be rewarded. Here you can view game in a variety of new ways - walking, riding and boating. If you have not had the privilege of getting up close to wild animals in their natural habitat, it is an exciting and refreshing experience. There are a few slightly more obscure destinations in Southern Tanzania which are not part of the normal tourist trail. • • • • •

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SAADANI NATIONAL PARK Saadani is the only park in which the beach meets the bush. It is the only wildlife sanctuary in East Africa with a beach front on the Indian Ocean, you can encounter some of the larger species of wildlife while wandering down a sandy beach and it possesses beautiful tropical coastline that is popular with sunbathers. Just keep in mind that you may find yourself soaking up some rays with a few lions!

MKOMAZI NATIONAL PARK The newest of Tanzania’s national parks is Mkomazi. The rhinoceros sanctuary is one of the countries crown jewels and features a growing population of wildlife. Reaching it is nothing more than a swift detour en route from Arusha to the Indian Ocean around Tanga and Pangani. The park lies between the mountains and the Indian Ocean.

Western Circuit Although off the beaten track, the western circuit offers visitor an incredible glimpse of Tanzania at its best. Chimpanzee trekking is the wildlife experience of a lifetime, and those who return from their safari wonder at the up-close experience. The often neglected shores of Lake Victoria are also a pleasant retreat from the safari circuit and offer boating, fishing, and hiking excursions for visitors who are not content to admire the scenery. The western Circuit consists of Gombe, Rubondo, Saanane, Katavi, and Mahale Mountains National Parks

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MAHALE MOUNTAINS, like its northerly neighbor Gombe Stream, is home to some of Africa’s last remaining wild chimpanzees: a population of roughly 800. Tracking the chimps of Mahale is a magical experience. The guide’s eyes pick out last night’s nests - shadowy clumps high in a gallery of trees crowding the sky. Scraps of half-eaten fruit and fresh dung become valuable clues, leading deeper into the forest. Butterflies flit in the dappled sunlight. Then suddenly you are in their midst: preening each other’s glossy coats in concentrated huddles, squabbling noisily, or bounding into the trees to swing effortlessly between the vines. RUBONDO ISLAND is tucked in the southwest corner of Lake Victoria, the world’s second-largest lake, an inland sea sprawling between Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya. With nine smaller islands under its wing, Rubondo protects precious fish breeding grounds. Rubondo Island National Park is more than a water wonderland. Deserted sandy beaches nestle against a cloak of virgin forest, where dappled bushbuck move fleet yet silent through a maze of tamarinds, wild palms, and sycamore figs strung with a cage of trailing taproots. GOMBE NATIONAL PARK is the smallest of Tanzania's national parks: a fragile strip of chimpanzee habitat straddling the steep slopes and river valleys that hem in the sandy northern shore of Lake Tanganyika. Its chimpanzees – habituated to human visitors – were made famous by the pioneering work of Jane Goodall, who in 1960 founded a behavioral research program that now stands as the longest-running study of its kind in the world.

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Stone Town is the living quarters of many well-off business people and a center of gastronomy and handicrafts. In the narrow alleys, local traders offer an array of native handicrafts as well as everything a tourist could desire. Along with the standard exploratory tour through the narrow alleyways of the old city there are a few other interesting buildings to see which have significantly influenced the history of the island:

The Arabic Fort

1) THE ARAB FORT is found directly behind the Forodhani Gardens, the shopping street of Stone Town. The large walls of the arena cannot be overlooked. Its function has changed many times over the years as it has been used as a prison, a market place and even a tennis court. Since 1994, it is an amphitheater which serves as a site for larger events with the most well-known being the annual Busara Music Festival in February, in which music groups from all over Africa perform. 2) THE HOUSE OF WONDERS (Beit al-Ajaib), is the National Museum of Zanzibar. The building was renovated and served from 1913-1990, firstly as the seat of the British colonial government and later, as the seats of the Zanzibari and Tanzanian governments. Newly renovated, the palace was officially opened in 2002 as the Museum for the History of Zanzibar and Swahili Colonial History. Together with the old city of Stone Town, the building was declared a world cultural heritage site in 2000.

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Stone Town’s harbor promenade with the Sultan’s Palace (today the National Museum)

4) THE OLD DISPENSARY, the current “Stone Town Cultural Center,” was

created and built in 1887 by the Indian businessman and advisor to the sultans Sir Tharia Thopan. The building was used until 1964 as a clinic and pharmacy. Before it completely collapsed, it was rescued and renovated by the Foundation of the millionaire Karim Aga Khan in 1997 as the Stone Town Cultural Center. It serves today as a museum of Zanzibari culture.

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The slave monument in front of the Anglican Church 5) THE ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL

of Zanzibar is located on the site of the former slave market. The church was built in the years 1873-1880 by the “Universities Mission” of the famed David Livingstone and the British bishop Edward Steere. The bishop’s grave is in the church, just in front of the altar. When David Livingstone arrived in Zanzibar in 1856 he was horrified at the way people here were traded and sold. His initial complaints with the British government were later reinforced by John Kirk, the British General Counsel in Zanzibar. The General Counsel pushed Sultan Barghash bin Said with political pressure to finally end the slave trade, which was concluded on June 6, 1873. The cornerstone of the church was immediately laid. It is said that where the altar now stands, this was the site of the tree back then to which the slaves were chained and auctioned. In front of the church is a memorial which depicts carved stone imitations of slaves on a real chain actually used in the slave trade. In the cellars nearby one can see the rooms where slaves were once kept. 29


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rting Suppoer of n t Par BU/ KARI IR KILIFA8 201 The music of Ethiopia is extremely diverse, with each of the country’s 80 ethnic groups being associated with unique sounds. As with many other aspects of Ethiopian culture and tradition, tastes in music and lyrics are strongly linked with those in neighboring Eritrea, Somalia, Djibouti, and Sudan. Traditionally, lyricism in Ethiopian song writing is strongly associated with views of patriotism or national pride and romance, friendship.

The best-known Ethiopian cuisine consists of various types of thick meat stews, known as wat in Ethiopian culture, and vegetable side dishes served atop injera, a large sourdough flat bread made of teff flour. Almost universally in Ethiopia, it is common to eat from the same dish in the center of the table with a group of people. It is also a common custom to feed others in your group with your own hands—a tradition referred to as "gursha". Traditional Ethiopian cuisine employs no pork or shellfish of any kind, as they are forbidden in the Islamic, Jewish, and Ethiopian Orthodox Christian faiths.

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In Ethiopia coffee is an important part of the culture, and a respected daily event is the Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony. Most historians agree that coffee originated in Ethiopia, though there is some debate over the issue. Ethiopia is where the frequently told story originates, of a goat breeder who noticed strange behaviour in his flock of goats after they ate berries from a certain tree. Taking the berries to a monastery, monks brewed him a tea from it and coffee was developed and refined from the resulting brew, spreading across the region and eventually the world.

According to Ethnologue, there are ninety individual languages spoken in Ethiopia. Most people in the country speak Afro-Asiatic languages of the Cushitic or Semitic branches. The former includes Oromiffa, spoken by the Oromo people, and Somali, spoken by the Somali people; the latter includes Amharic, spoken by the Amhara people, and Tigrinya, spoken by the Tigray-Tigrinya people. Together, these four groups make up about three-quarters of Ethiopia's population. All languages are enjoyed equally but Amharic is recognized as the official working language of the Federal Government. The various regions of Ethiopia are free to determine their own working languages. 33


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AFRO TOURISM NIGERIA Toursim opportunities in Nigeria

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25 Speaker: Gumbo Mbelwa Mhandeni, Hakuna Matata Consulting, Arusha

Speaker: Nkiruka Osuji Head of Marketing & Sales

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Marketing in Tourism & Hospitality Know your demographics (targets)

A Guide to Southern Tanzania Expert tips to increase your sales to southern Natl. Parks & Game Reserves

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Speaker: Emily Liebchen, Authentic Tanzania Safaris, Dar es Salaam

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Kilimanjaro - a Lifetime experience on the roof of Africa

Slowfood International "Disappearance of local food also entails disappearance of culture and traditions�...

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Creative Content for Travel brands How to brand, manage and best engage your Social Media platform

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25 Speaker: Penny Snodgrass RWANDA - Beyond the Mountain Gorillas The diversity of Rwanda

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Speaker: Janicke Hansen, Lola Akerstroem - NordicTB, Norway

Speaker: Fitsimt Dejene, Traffic Manager Arusha/Kilimanjaro

Speaker: Davidson M. Mugisha Wildlife Tours / Rwanda

Tourism activities, services, challenges and opportunities in the TZ National Parks

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Speaker: Kate Gathii, Direct Pay Online / Nairobi

NGORONGORO Lengai UNESCO Global Geopark

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Wines of South Africa to select, taste & sell wines (including live wine tasting)

Seregeti De-Snaring Programme Conservation success story from TANAPA, FZS and local Tourism Operators

A Guide to Southern Tanzania Expert tips to increase your sales to southern Natl. Parks & Game Reserves

Speaker: Wilbard Chambulo, TATO Chairman

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Speaker: Izele van Blerk, Winemaker KWV wines

TATO - Membership engagement in creating tourism conductive business environment in TZ

CAC - Cultural Art Center Makumira 25 Speaker: Randall Stubbs Programme Manager, Cultural Arts Centre

Speaker: Happiness Mpunza Kilimanjaro SAR Limited

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45 Speaker: Edwin Muzahura, Uganda Tourism Board

Speaker: Enrico Togoni, Coastal Aviation, Tanzania

SAR Kilimanjaro Helicopter Rescue & Sightseeing at Mt. Kilimanjaro

Speakers: Erik Winberg, FZS De-snaring program leader, Vesna G. Tibaijuka, TATO Conservation commitee chairlady

16:30

Magical Kenya Toursim Expo 25

Speaker: Nura-Lisa Karamagi, CEO - Hotel Association of Tanzania

Speaker: Eng. Joshua Mwankunda Manager Cultural Heritage NCAA

16:00

25 Speaker: Dr. Miraji Ussi, Zanzibar Commission of Tourism

Responsible Tourism ! Supporting tourism benefits sharing 25

25

15:30

25 Speaker: Dorcas Francis, Arusha Fashion Experience, Tanzania

Speaker: Elly Kimbwereza, TTB -Cultural Tourism Program

25

Destination "Zanzibar" more than "the spice island"

Fashion Tourism in Tanzania Textile and fabric for tourists

Unleasing the Spirit of Cultural Tourism The case of Kilimanjaro & Pare Mountains 13:00

25

Speaker: Elifuraha Laltaika, Slowfood Intern ational - Tanzania

25 Speaker: Kate Gathii, Direct Pay Online / Nairobi

15:00

25 Speaker: Charles J. Ngendo, TANAPA / KINAPA

DPO - Think Payments 12:30

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25 Opening speaches on stage

Speaker: Fransisco Andrew Kato, Ahadi Lodge, Arusha Tanzania

13:30

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Speaker: Emily Liebchen, Authentic Tanzania Safaris, Dar es Salaam World Travel Market Africa 2019 Why to exhibit at WTM Africa 25 Speaker: Papy Luzala, Reed Exhibition

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13Suns Tours Plc 4X4 Safaris Rental GmbH 7 Floor Media/Dar Life Able Safaris LTD Acacia Farm Lodge ACN Hotel Group Ltd Addgold Safaris Ltd Adventures Aloft (T) Ltd African Scenic Safaris African View Lodges Afro Tourism West Africa Afromaxx Tours & Safari Ltd Ahsante Tours & Safaris Ltd Alex Walker Safaris Altezza Travelling Ltd Amiron Investments Limited AMREF Flying Doctors Ang’ata Camps Applied Technology Ltd Arusha Bicycles Center Arusha Fashion Experience Arusha International Comfrence Centre Arusha Villa Asanja Africa Asilia Lodges and Camps Auric Air Services Ltd Authentic Africa Adventure BANCABC Tanzania Ltd Begoha Tour & Travel Birding and Educational tours LTD Bizzy Lizzy Jewelry Black Rhino Academy Bluebay Hotels Zanzibar Bonite Bottlers Ltd Bougainvillea Group Of Lodges Bumps Café LTD Burudika Manyara Lodge Bush2Beach Safaris Ltd Butiama Beach - Mafia Island Café Kabisa Cagz Arts Gallery Zanzibar Camp Bastian Co. LTD CCBRT Moshi Chabo Africa Safaris And Travel Agent Chrisburger & Snacks Ltd

Ethiopia Germany Tanzania Uganda Tanzania Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Nigeria Uganda Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Ethiopia Rwanda Kenya Tanzania Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar Tanzania Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania

www.13suns.com mail@4x4safarirentals.com www.darlife.com www.ablesafaris.com www.karatuacacialodge.com www.therockrestaurantzanzibar.com www.wildfrontiers.com www.madahotels.com www.africanscenicsafaris.com www.african-view.com www.afrotourism.com www.afromaxx.com www.ahsantetours.com www.serian.com www.altezza.travel www.amironironinvestments.co.tz www.flydoc.org www.angatacamps.com www.rednwhite.info josephladslaus33@gmail.com www.arushafashionexperince.com www.aicc.co.tz www.arushavilla.co.tz www.asanjaafrica.com www.asiliaafrica.com www.auricair.com www.authenticafricaadventure.com www.bancabc.com www.begohstours.com www.birdingrwanda.com bizzylizzyk73@gmail.com www.blackrhinoacademy.org www.blubayzanzibar.com makule@bbl.co.tz www.bougainvillealodge.net www.4wheelingtanzania.com www.burudikalodges.com www.bush2beach.com www.butiamabeach.com www.cafekabisa.com culturalartgallery1180@gmail.com www.campbastian.com www.ccbrt.or.tz www.chaboafricasafaris.com krisshayo@yahoo.com

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Ciao Gelati CityBlue Hotel Kenya LTD Clear Camera System Coastal - The Flying Safari company Coffee Exporters Ltd College Of Africa Wildlife Management, Mweka ConDesign LTD Constance Hotels & Resorts Cracode Ltd CRDB Bank PLC Crystal Safaris / Lodges Uganda Cultural Art Centre Makumira Destination 3 Degrees Hotel Direct Pay Online - DPO Discover Zanzibar Limited & Zanzibar Water Dropping Zone East Point Hotel Ecofresh Limited El Rancho Kilimanjaro Limited Elaete 1927 Ltd Ellington Safaris Uganda Emerald Collection Equatorial wild Safaris Ethiopian Airlines EXIM BANK (T) LTD Fahim Ayaz - Luxury retail Fastjet Airlines Limited Foot on Africa Cultural Tourism Gadgetronix net LTD Gallery Tours & Safaris GilGil Spinners and Weavers Go Extra Mile Safaris Goethe-Institut Tanzania Great Migration Camp Grumeti Migration Camp Gupta Auto Spares and Hardware Ltd Hakika Africa Experience LTD Hakuna Majiwe Beach Hotel Hakuna Matata Art Halisi Camps Ltd Handcrafts & Cultural Foundation Hanspaul Automechs Ltd Hello Tanzania Tours & Safari Co LTD Hidden Valley Safaris Hillside Hotel LTD Home Comfort Honey Badger Lodge Hotel Verde Zanzibar

Tanzania Kenya Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Mauritius Tanzania Tanzania Uganda Tanzania Tanzania Kenya Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Kenya Tanzania Tanzania Uganda Zanzibar Uganda Ethiopia Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar Kenya Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar Kenya Tanzania Uganda Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar

www.ciaogelati.com www.citybluehotels.com www.clearcamerasystem.com www.coastal.co.tz www.edelweiss.co.tz www.mwekawildlife.ac.tz kcatalyst111@gmail.com www.constancehotels.com www.cracode.co.tz www.crdhbank.co.tz www.crystalsafaris.com www.cac.ac.tz www.destination3degree.com www.directpay.online www.discoverzanzibar.net www.droppingzone.co.tz www.eastpointhotel.net www.memoringaforlife.com www.kijongobayresort.com www.ellingtonsafaris.com www.emerald-collection.com www.equatorialwidsafaris.com www.ethiopianairlines.com www.eximbank.co.tz www.rufaroafrica.com www.fastjet.com www.footonafrica.com www.gadgetronix.net www.gallerytours.net gilgilweavers@gmail.com www.goextramilesafaris.com www.goeth.de/tanzania www.greatmigrationcamps.com www.grumetimigrationcamp.com bizdev@gash.co.tz www.hakikaafrica.com www.hakunamajiwe.com hakunamatataarts@gmail.com www.halisicamps.com www.hcfug.org www.hanspaul.co.tz www.hellotanzania.co.tz www.hiddenvalleysafaris.com www.hillsidehotel.co.tz www.homecomfort.co.tz www.honeybadgerlodge.com www.hotelverdezanzibar.com

Z34 L18 O8 U7 A1 O3 U45 J33 Z20 H2 M8 P6 B2 H7 D4 D1 C12 N17 Food5 A13 N7 U25 M5 M10 H1 Z31 N8 D2 U51 U23 Z12 J32 K16 X3/OUT8 B18 U32 P20 U22 J1 E5 Z4 OUT6/7 X4 K8 K17 P3 B20 H10D 41


Northern Circuit Safaris | Mt. Kilimanjaro Climbs | Mt. Meru Climbs | Cultural Tours | Day Trips | Zanzibar & Beach Safaris | Volunteering Experiences

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Hotels & Lodges (T) LTD Hotels Association of Tanzania House Of Canvas LTD Hyatt Regency Arusha I.B.E.S - Food I.B.E.S - Kid playground Immigration Moshi Inaya Zanzibar Limited Intelligence Securico LTD Josera Pet Food JSN Hotel Supplies Co Ltd K Safaris KADCO - Kilimanjaro Airport Development Co. Kagera Safaris Kaka’s Restaurant Karibu Camps & Lodges LTD Kasitu Eco Tours KCB Bank Kenzan Wildlife Safaris LTD Key Largo LTD Keys Hotel Travel & Tours KIATO - Kilimanjaro Ass. of Tour Operators Kibo Palace Hotel Kilidove Tours and Safaris Ltd Kilimanjaro National Parks Kilimanjaro SAR Ltd Kilimanjaro Snow Peak Resort Kilimanjaro Wonders Hotel LTD Knight Support Knit & Knot Krisha African Safaris Kudu Lodge - Karatu Kwanza Collection Co. Ltd. Lake Duluti Lodge Lake Natron Camp Learning and Discovery Africa LTD Locking Solution LTD Lomo Tanzania Safaris LTD Love Artisan Kenya Maasai BBQ Mabata Makali Lodge & Campsite MajorityMarty Suppliers Ltd Make My Safari ltd Mama Shoo Cultural Tourism Mamuuz Collection Manyatta House of Accessories Marine Park Lodge Ltd Maru Maru Hotel LTD

Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Uganda Tanzania Uganda Tanzania Tanzania Kongo Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Kenya Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar Zanzibar

www.hotelsandlodges.tanzania.com www.hat-tz.org www.houseofcanvas.net www.hyatt.com www.ibes.co.tz www.ibes.co.tz www.immigration.go.tz www.inayazanzibar.com www.intelligencesecurico.com www.topi-reisen.com www.jsnhotelsupplies.com www.gorillasafarisinugandaandrwanda.com

www.kilimanjaroairport.co.tz www.kagerasafaris.com aleemsgrocery@hotmail.com www.karibucamps.com www.kaisituecotours.com www.kcbbankgroup.com www.kenzanluxurycamp.com www.hotelslipway.com www.keys-hotel-tours.com www.kiato.org www.kibopalacehotel.com www.serengeticamps.com www.tanzaniaparks.go.tz www.kilimanjarosar.com www.kilimanjarosnowpeakresort.com www.kiliwonders.com www.knightsuport.com fatimalalji@hotmail.com www.krishasafaris.com www.kudulodge.com www.kwanzacollection.com www.lakedulutilodge.com www.lake-natron-camp.com www.landafrica.co.tz www.lockingsolutionstanzania.com www.lomotanzaniasafari.com www.loveartisan.co.ke www.mabatamakali.co.tz www.majoritysuppliers.com www.makemysafari.com www.mamashoo.com mbolile2@yahoo.com www.manyatta.co.tz www.mafialodge.com www.marumaruzanzibar.com

U28 D16 O15 X6 Food9 U42 O14 U59 OUT9 U46 P8 L3 J16 M4 Food3 G4 H10L X5 J36 J34 U2 H10H U17 U36 C8 J20 J44 U1 OUT4 Z32 H10G B1 Z19 U10 OUT2 L14 O18 J38 U38 Food4 N5 Z9 B12 Z11 Z14 Z15 U21 H10M 43


Sakila Sunrise Lodge - Sakila Sunrise Lodge akila Lodge Usa RiverSunrise - Arusha, TANZANIA Usa River - Arusha, TANZANIA

Tel: -Tel: +255 762762 066066 550 sa River Arusha, TANZANIA +255 550

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Masai Sandals Masailand Safari Lodge Mbali Mbali Lodges and Camps Mberesero Lodges & Tented Camps Meat King Distributors Ltd Media Works Melia Serengeti & Melia Zanzibar Milestone Safaris Milton Keynes tours & Travel Ministry of Industry Trade and Investment Mkoma Bay Tented Lodges LTD Mkuu Cultural Tourism Enterprise Moivaro Investment Mountain Inn Mozeti Tours & safaris Msafiri Travels Mto wa Mbu Cultural Tourism Programme Multi Cable LTD Nabaki Afrika Ltd Nasikia Tanzania Ltd Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge Ngorongoro Conservation Area Nimali Africa NMB Bank Plc Nomad Tanzania NSYA Lodge & Camp NTS Mart Tanzania Company Limited Nyange Adventures Ltd Olpopongi Maasai Cultural Village One Nature Hotels Serengeti Onsea House-Country Inn Guest Cottages Organic Oils and Co Outthere Adventures Ltd Pagumen Tour & Travel S.C Paradise & Wilderness Tours Peacock Hotel Ltd Pekee Africa Photons Energy Limited Pionner Startegies Planhotel Hospitality Group Posh Events Planners Power Providers Co. Ltd Precision Air Service PLC Prime Safaris and Tours ltd Pristine Trails & Adventure & Safaris REBs TMSQ Red ‘n White Reed Exhibitions - WTM Africa

Tanzania celinefrancis2014@gmail.com Tanzania www.masaiandsafaris.com Tanzania www.mbalimbali.com Tanzania www.mberesero.com Tanzania www.meatkingtz.com Tanzania salesdirector@mediaworksglobal.com Zanzibar www.melia.com Tanzania www.milestonesafaris.com Zanzibar www.mktourstz.com Tanzania www.mit.go.tz Tanzania www.mkomabay.com Tanzania www.mkuuculturaltourism.com Tanzania www.moivaro.com Tanzania www.mountaininn.co.tz Zanzibar www.mozetitours.com Tanzania www.msafiritravels.com www.mtoculturalprogramme.tripod.com Tanzania www.waghill.co.tz Tanzania www.nabaki.com Tanzania www.nasikiacamps.com Tanzania www.ecotz.com Tanzania www.ngorongorocrater.go.tz Tanzania www.nimaliafrica.com Tanzania www.nmbtz.com Tanzania www.nomad-tanzania.com Tanzania www.nsyalodge.com Tanzania www.ntsmart.com Tanzania www.nyangeadventures.com Tanzania www.olpopongi-maasai.com Tanzania www.onenaturehotels.com Tanzania www.onseahouse.com Tanzania tzsouthern@gmail.com Tanzania www.fisheaglepoint.com Tanzania wwwpagumen.com Ethiopia www.hotelzanzibar.com Tanzania www.peacock-hotel.com Tanzania pekeeafrica@gmail.com Tanzania www.photonsenergy.com Tanzania thesafarisoapcompany@gmail.com Tanzania www.planhotel.com Zanzibar info@posheventsplanner.com Tanzania www.powerproviders.co.tz Tanzania www.precisionairtz.com Tanzania www.primeugandasafaris.com Uganda www.pristinetrails.com Tanzania ngake78@gmail.com Tanzania www.rednwhiteinfo Tanzania South Africa www.wtmafrica.com

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Regional Air Services Limited Rivertrees Country Inn Royal Zanzibar RSA Ltd Rumangabo Int. Ltd (Kananga) Rwanadair Saan Essential Products Safari Manager Software Safarilink Aviation Samos LTD Karafuu Beach Resort & Spa Samstrong Furnitures Sanaa Nzuri Sanaa Tamu DHOW Furniture Sanifu Salvage Sarova Hotels Resort & Lodges Sea Cliff Resort & Spa Zanzibar Selous Kinga Lodge Selous Safari Company Serena Hotels Serengeti Acacia Camps Tanzania Serengeti Balloon Safaris Serengeti Heritage Camp Serengeti Simba Tz Ltd Shah Industries Ltd Shah Tours & Travel Ltd Shine Aviation LTD Silver Holdings Ltd S!TE - Swahili Travel Expo, Dar es Salaam Slow Food Tanzania & Kweme Food Community Smart Outfitters SPANEST Project Spice Island Hotel & Resort Spice Travel & Tours Sun Africa Hotel Sunshine Zanzibar Limited Superdoll TANAPA Tanfoam Limited Tanganyika Arms LTD Tanganyika Wilderness Camps Tanluxury Ltd /Octagon lodge Tanmanagement Insurance Brokers Limited Tanzania National Parks Tanzania 2000 Adventure Tanzania Bush Camp Tanzania Cultural Tourism Programme Tanzania Green Homes & Camps Tanzania In Your Pocket 46

Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Kenya Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Kenya Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Kenya Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar Zanzibar Kenya Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Zanzibar Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania Tanzania

www.regionaltanzania.com www.rivertrees.com www.royalzanzibar.com www.rsaafrica.com www.kananga.com www.rwanadair.com www.saanscents.com www.safarimanager.com www.flysafarilink.com www.karafuuzanzibar.com www.samstrongfurniture.com www.mutalemwa.com www.sanaatamu.co.tz sanifusalvage@gmail.com www.sarova.com www.seacliffzanzibar.com www.selouskingalodge.com www.selous.com www.serenahotels.com www.serengetiacaciacamps.com www.balloonsafaris.com www.serengetiheritagecamp.camp www.simbaportifolio.com www.facebook.com/shahindt www.shah-tours.com www.shine-aviation.co.tz www.heritage-eastafrica.com www.site-tanzania.com www.slowfood.com

M20 Food10 G16 U8/OUT20 OUT15 K4 K1 O10 H10K G14 U55 Z22 O1 Z28 L12 J48 K5 G7 A16 H12 A5 U35 U9 M1 A10 J18 M18 E18 Food18 E20 www.southerncircuit.co.tz U18 www.zanzibar-holidays.com H6 www.spicetravelandtours.co.tz C14 www.sunafricahotels.com K14 www.sunshinezanzibar.com E12 www.superdoll-tz.com U57 www.tanzaniaparks.go.tz C8 www.tanfoam.com U34 www.tanganyikaarms.co.tz P18 www.twctanzania.com H8 www.octagonlodge.com A12 harkiran@jwseagon.com N14 www.tanzaniaparks.go.tz C8 www.tanzania-adventure.com J8 www.tanzaniabushcamps.com B14 www.tanzaniaculturaltourism.go.tz C2/C4 www.kiliecohotel.com K2 www.travelguide.co.tz OUT3


Tanzania Journeys Ltd Tanzania Motor & Lifestyle Show Tanzania Ocean Cruise & Safaris Tanzania Tour Guide Awards Tanzania Tourist Board Tanzip Zipline Adventure TATO - Tanzania Association of Tour Operators Tende Arts Tentickle Tanzania The African Embassy Ltd The African Footprint Co. Ltd The Andes Deli Company Limited The Flying Doctors Society of Africa The New Arusha Hotel/Four Points by Sheraton The Seaweed Co. The Travelbook Group The Zanzibar Collection Tiffany Diamond Hotels Timeless International Tingitana Lodges & Camps / Corto Safaris LTD TOKU Tanzania Co. Ltd - Distributors Tonga Textiles Topi Reisen Tourism Confederation of Tanzania Toyota Tanzania LTD Tulia Boutique Hotel Tulia Zanzibar Unique Beach Resort Tulip Water Filter Turtle Bay Beach Club Udzungwa Mountains College Trust Ujumbe Ink Ltd UPL Safaris Venus Premier Hotel Villa Fleur De Lys Zanzibar Villa Kiva Boutique Hotel Zanzibar Warere Hotels Watoto Foundation Kiboko Lodge Wavisa Gift Shop Weaving Point Wellworth Hotels, Lodges, Resorts & Camps Wildlands Camps and Lodges Wildlife Tours - Rwanda Zanzibar Commission of Tourism ZARA Tours Zenith Tours & Travel Ltd Zimbabwe Tourist Board Ziwani Lodge Zuri Zanzibar Hotel & Resort

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KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2018 – Stage & event program Friday 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 17:15 19:00

Opening time for KARIBU/KILIFAIR 2018 with MC Eddie Traditional Dances - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Clown Doctors Tanzania, Dar es Salaam Official Opening Speeches by Hon. Minister of Tourism in Tanzania, Dr. Hamisi Kigwangalla, TATO and the KARIBU/KILIFAIR organizers Acrobatics - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Cultural Performances - Cultural Tourism Groups Hip Hop and Beat Box – Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Fashion Show “Fashion Tourism” by Arusha Fashion Experience Move & Shake with CAC - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Clown Doctors Tanzania, Dar es Salaam Acrobatics - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Fashion Show “Dreams” by Arusha Fashion Experience “Minutes of fame” by various KARIBU/KILIFAIR Sponsors Cultural Performances - Cultural Tourism Groups Exhibitor/Buyer Party at AMEG Lodge, Moshi (invited exhibitors, Buyers & VIP only)

Saturday 09:00 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 17:15

Speed Networking for buyers & exhibitors only (in Seminar tent area 9:00-10:30) Opening time for KILIFAIR 2018 - with MC Eddie Traditional Songs - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Clown Doctors Tanzania, Dar es Salaam Kids Dance with CAC - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Cultural Performances - Cultural Tourism Groups Acrobatics - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Fashion Show “Focus” by Arusha Fashion Experience Clown Doctors Tanzania, Dar es Salaam Maasai Dance Show – various Maasai & Olpopongi Maasai Village Move & Shake with CAC - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Traditional Dances - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Kids Dance with CAC - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Fashion Show “Love” by Arusha Fashion Experience “Minutes of fame” by various KARIBU/KILIFAIR Sponsors Clown Doctors Tanzania, Dar es Salaam

Sunday 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:15 12:30 13:00 13:45 14:00 14:15 14.30 15:00 15:30 16:00

Opening time for KILIFAIR 2018 - with MC Eddie Traditional Songs - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Clown Doctors Tanzania, Dar es Salaam Hip Hop and Beat Box - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Cultural Performances - Cultural Tourism Groups Fashion Show “Strength” by Arusha Fashion Experience Move & Shake with CAC (International styles) - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira The Oysternut Foundation’s chef challenge FINALS in collaboration with Slowfood International - LIVE on stage Acrobatics - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Kids Dance with CAC - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Maasai Dance Show - various Maasai & Olpopongi Maasai Village Fashion Show “Culture” by Arusha Fashion Experience Clown Doctors Tanzania, Dar es Salaam Traditional Dances - Cultural Arts Centre at Makumira Cultural Performances - Cultural Tourism Groups 55


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Tanzania is one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world. From the tall graceful Maasai warriors, the ancient ways of the Hadza bushmen, the resourceful agricultural practices of the Wameru, the artistic talents of the Makonde to the Chagga farmers and traders. Each of the 120 different tribes in Tanzania have their own distinct ways of life but together, they gracefully unite to form Tanzania. The largest ethnic groups include the Sukuma, Chagga, Haya, and Nyamwezi. Despite the numerous cultural diversity represented by all these tribes, they are all united by use of Kiswahili - a coastal Bantu language with Arabic influence. The Tanzanians have strong feelings of national pride and cohesion, and this strong sense of nationalism backed up with the use of a common language has enabled Tanzanians to resolve most internal conflicts without resorting to violence keeping the country at peace for over two decades, in comparison to most of its neighbours. The staple food in Tanzania depends on the region that one is coming from. The people from the North West prefer plantains, those from the South West prefer Ugali and those along the coast prefer rice. These staple carbohydrates that are unique in each region are accompanied by fish, beef, goat, chicken, or mutton stew or fried pieces of meat, along with several types of vegetables or condiments. Walking along the streets especially in urban market areas, many delicacies are sold such as fried plantains, sweet potatoes, charcoal roasted maize on the cob, pieces of dried or fried fish, mishikaki (grilled pieces of meat), samosas, chapatis among many other finger foods. The graphic arts are also important. The colourful and distinctive tinga tinga paintings (mainly of animals and birds) and the ebony carvings of the Makonde people are particularly prized. Sculptures and carvings are also made for the important tourist industry.

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Tanzanian Maasai are very tradition-conscious and proud people. Although most of them are Christians, they still believe in several gods. The main God is Engai, who lives at the summit of the volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai. They believe that Engai assigned to them the power to rule over all the cattle. Cattle play an important role in Maasai life! They consider their spear to be a gift from their God, and they exercise their rights to use it to take cattle from other villages by force. The Maasai make use of all animal parts. What is not edible (e.g. bones) is processed into tools or is put to other uses. The skins of the animals can be used, for example, as clothes, water containers or as bedding. The Maasai are likely to be the best-known tribal group in East Africa. While on the one hand they continue their traditional lifestyle, they also understand the wisdom of marketing their culture in the tourism trade. Along the main routes to the Serengeti one can see a few, typically touristy settlements of Maasai Boma (village), which are open for visitors. Right on the roadside Maasai warriors, festooned from head to toe in traditional jewelry, invite tourists into their kraal. On the inside of the thorny bush-encircled settlement you will find traditional huts, tools and family members of all ages. Enterprising Maasai women will attempt to sell you beaded or metal jewelry and traditional pots. For those who prefer a less-touristy approach, it is possible with the assistance of a local guide in Moshi or Arusha to find private Maasai bomas in the nearby Maasai steppe; which will allow you to really get to know the traditional Maasai on an excursion. It is advisable to arrive either early in the morning or late in the afternoon, as the moran (warriors) may otherwise be out searching for grazing grounds with the goat or cowherds, or they may be taking care of other matters. During daytime the bomas are occupied only by women, children, elders and one male “guard Maasai.� 64


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Moshi, is a small but typically vibrant town, situated at the slopes of mount Kilimanjaro. What makes Moshi special is the fact that it sits in front of one of the world’s most amazing backdrops, the snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro. You can practically be anywhere in Moshi and feel imposed by the beauty of the mountain. The town is set in a fertile volcanic area, well fed by streams off the mountain, ideal for Arabica Coffee crops, the most rewarding local export. Moshi is the kind of town where you can relax in its friendly atmosphere and just talk to people and observe the sights and sounds. We recommend that you try and spend a few days here just absorbing what a typical market town in Tanzania can offer. This is the kind of town where people have the time to talk to you and be a friend. There are many interesting and picturesque excursion and tours you can take while you are staying at our home base:

What To Do? Besides climbing the famous roof of Africa and see the BIG FIVE in the Northern Circuit of the Tanzanian National Parks, Moshi and it’s surroundings offers a great variety of day trips to extend your stay. Blue Zebra Art studio- situated at the bottom of the fascinating and exceptionally beautiful Mount Kilimanjaro. They have a proud collection of traditional and contemporary handcrafted African art, including paintings, carvings, jewellery, antiques, household items, clothing, souvenirs, and much more. Kilimanjaro Coffee Plantation-The uniquely fertile area surrounding Mount Kilimanjaro, is 66


among the best regions in the world for the cultivation of Arabica, the queen of the coffee beans. (Such a high-quality product naturally incurs high demand, interesting way from coffee exporters.) Lake Chala - A mystical caldera lake, with water as brilliant as the precious Tanzanite itself. 25% of the lake belongs to Kenya and 75% to Tanzania. Enjoy a swim, have a Kayak tour on the lake, enjoy the view or relax in the beautiful nature. Maji Moto (Hot spring) – Experience an unique oasis in the middle of the MaasaiSteppe(they call it Chemka). Dip into the clear water for a swim, watch the monkeys in the trees or just simply enjoy this special place not far from Moshi. Makoa Farm, The Animal Rescue Center - Visit the famous Makoa Farm and be part of the daily activities like feeding and training the rescued animals. Combine this with an adventurous walk with the friendly monkeys of the farm. Marangu Waterfalls - Nested on the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro hidden behind a short hike lies the beautiful Marangu Falls. The air is cleaner, the water is colder. Take your swimming stuff and see if you can conquer the water! And get more history of chagga people. Materuni Waterfalls & Coffee tour - Learn where coffee grows and how it is made before you will hike to a stunning waterfall with a height of 150m. The hike will take about 1hour and gives amazing views on Kilimanjaro and it’s tropical surroundings. Miwaleni springs farm-A natural farm and garden for picnic, camping sites,sports and games and relaxing area. Always green and authentic in nature. Moshi Town Tour - Why not walk around the cleanest town in Tanzania, making sure to go by the double road, where you will see the hustle and bustle of the town. Olpopongi Cultural Maasai Village - Olpopongi Maasai Village is the first authentic MaasaiVillage with Museum & overnight facilities in Tanzania. It provides a unique Maasai & Wildlife experience in the West-Kilimanjaro Maasai land, with the maximum respect to the Maasai community. Open Air Market (Memorial) - A busy open air market filled with all of the amazing brands of clothes, shoes, bags and even goodies for your home. All second hand of course, don’t forget to bring small bills and get ready to bargain. A brilliant show of Tanzania’s culture.

Where To Eat? Bristol Cottages Kilimanjaro - A restaurant within a hotel, located in the center of town with the best of both international as well as local cuisines, providing free WiFi! Chrisburger – A local restaurant, serving the best burgers & local food varieties and freshly squeezed juices. Located in the center of Moshi, a place you must visit place! El Rancho - Voted as Moshi’s best Indian Restaurant. Try yourself! Jay’s Kitchen – An exotic Korean restaurant in town with a delicious choice of typical Korean food in a welcoming atmosphere. La Fuente Gardens - A non-smoking, family friendly Mexican restaurant with a large playground for kids and good food in a beautiful garden. Maembe Cafe and Lounge - A great garden setting, serving great coffee with both local and continental dishes to satisfy your taste buds. 67


Mawazo Bar & Grill – A nice local place in Kiboroloni. You’ll find the best local BBQ-style food there! Meku’s Bistro – A large open air ground with a restaurant, bar and great live music on weekends. Milans - Moshi’s all vegetarian restaurant, serving Indian veg dishes, do make sure to ask for some freshly squeezed sugar cane juice! Mimosa Restaurant – A modern restaurant, serving delicious international food varieties, freshly squeezed juices, different sorts of coffee & cocktails. Mountain Inn - One of the best Indian restaurants in greater Moshi are (Kiboroloni) serving a wide variety of Indian & international food in a traditional location. Large event garden area. Kaka’s – A welcoming restaurant and bar in Moshi’s city center with fresh BBQ-food, a great variety of Indian food, and a little outside area. Indo-Italiano - Moshi’s best mixed cuisine restaurant. A dish for all palates. From pizza to Indian curry’s, they have it all! The Kitchen Flavour Restaurant - Comfy seating, great music and freshly made pizza, what more could you ask for? TPC - A comfy club style restaurant 30 minutes from Moshi, with a great vibe, overlooking the golf course. Grab a coffee or a pizza and relax to the sound of the fountain in the background. The Coffee Shop - Situated close to the central bus station, lies the oldest coffee shop in Moshi. Great coffee, tasty snacks and friendly staff. Union Café – A nice café in the middle of town offering international dishes, pizza, great coffee and a fresh cake-selection. Plus: Coffee roasting before your very eyes!

Where To Go? Black Diamond – Moshi’s nightclub famous for it’s local DJ’s, chart music & BBQ. Bikerz Bar - A cool and vibrant place to grab a drink with friends. A place where locals, expats and anyone who is anyone will tell you to meet up here! Hugo’s - An open area bar where you can watch football on a large screen, play some pool and enjoy local drinks with friends. Meku’s Bistro – A large open air ground with a restaurant, bar and great live music on weekends. Pub Alberto – Nightclub with a cool mixture of local and international music. Red Stone Night Club - Moshi’s largest night club, the newest in the Moshi scene. A great place to go for a real clubbing experience. Story Lounge - A great lounge with cool music and even cooler drinks, a great place to relax and dance with friends. Make sure you dress to impress!

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