Daily Usambara Tour

Arrive in Lushoto from Dar es salaam Arusha or Moshi by public bus or Private transportation. Once you are in Lushoto check in to Muller's Mountain lodge for Bed and breakfast(cost 60$-70$ for a Double room

Day 2: After breakfast session depart for trekking tour which takes 5/6 hours through kivuga peak view point end up at the forest dinner overnight Muller's mountain Lodge.

Day 3: After breakfast session walking through mkuzi waterfall's including forest reserve with some animals" black and white coloubus monkeys chameleon butterflies birds flowers with a great views of the country side Usambara Mountain time 6hrs dinner overnight at Mkuzu creek resort

Day 4: Earlier morning after breakfast drive through Mazumbai forest to sakharani where you may visit Benedict farm who provide grapes macadamia nuts and oil including historical about Germany settlements of usambara mountains thereafter overnight stay at Soni Maweni farm or drop off at Mombo town main high way which connect you with many options to catch up public bus to your next destinations heading to Dar es salaam or Moshi-Arusha Tanga City centre or drive straightforward to Pangani with arrangement of private transportation for the nearest Beach holiday with less tourist around.

You may also access your journey to Zanzibar via Tanga region by domestic flight or special private Boat.

This tour cost 40$ per day per person for tour activities as mentioned in the itinerary.

Accommodation is not included as there is many options to be accommodated in Lushoto- standard hotels and hostels are available.

Standard hotel range up between 50-60-70 Usd dollars per night based in BB at the mostly standard hotels around Lushoto.

Lower hotels and hostel's.

Range between 20-25 30-35-45-$ Dollars per night based in BB.

Let us know which category fit's in to your budget for accommodations choice . We will help you with reservation.!

The guides
They are all former students of the Shambalai secondary school in Lushoto. Some of them have to wait one year for further education, others won't continue studying and try to find suitable work. All speak reasonable to good English, are familiar with the area and can tell you many interesting stories about history and daily life in the Usambara Mountains. They hope to earn some income through their work as guides and at the same promote village development to improve the living conditions of the Shambaa people.