Food & Wine Tours in Arusha

Top Food, Wine & Brewery Tours in Arusha, Tanzania

Food & Wine Tours in Arusha

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  • Heather C
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I booked a last minute tour late last night. My tour guide arrived early at my hotel and was very warm and welcoming from the start. As a solo traveler, I typically like to book group tours to meet people, but today my guide Eli made me feel like we’ve been friends for years! It was such a fun day and truly one of the best tours I’ve ever had.
    Written 24 June 2024
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  • Patricia Z
    Graz, Austria3 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was such a great experience, our guide Mpemba was great, he answered every question of ours, explained a lot and the trip was well organised! We can definitely reccomend!
    Written 5 April 2024
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  • Judy M
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We were going to be in Arusha for a couple of days before our safari so we booked a cooking class with Joyce of Lifted Strong. This turned out to be one of the highlights of our trip to Tanzania. Seeing animals in the wild is surreal, but meeting people where they are, where they live and work, is priceless. Joyce rents a small building on a bumpy road, about a half hour from the city, where she holds classes for her "mamas," women who are trying to build skills to better themselves, and for tourists like us.

    With her three helpers, one a graduate of her program, and two current students, she taught us how to make samosas, chapati, and pea soup. Cooking in a wok over a propane tank, this was a real slice of Tanzanian life. The photo is of my husband scraping out the inside of a coconut while sitting on a little stool with a serrated piece of metal stuck in the end. This is a tool every kitchen should have if you're going to work with coconuts!

    Seeing the animals on safari is incredible, but interacting with these people will change your life.
    Written 13 June 2024
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  • Paloma D
    36 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Was a wonderful experience ! The guide Joseph was the best guide ever to the safari days, Serengeti was my favorite park, and the amazing crater of ngorongoro! We saw a lot of animals and the big 5 more important! The food very delicious and clean, always taking care of you! If you want to live a real experience in the parks and share the culture i totally recommend it !! And also the last day going to Materuni water falls was amazing! Real hiking, and also the show you the coffee process there. You can drink you own coffee !!! Really amazing ! At the end they bring me to the hot spring, and I did not expect it that!! And was amazing !!! Really one of the best experiences in my life !! Love it !
    Written 4 June 2024
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  • md w
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This tour was really great. Everybody was friendly, information about coffee history, planting, harvesting was very interesting. We had fun with peeling, roasting and cooking coffee. Reuben told us about the work of The Small Things, impressing and hopeful.
    Mechthild Wewerka
    Written 11 February 2024
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  • MatthewsJ93
    Market Weighton, UK142 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The tour was great, super personal and was amazing to see the village, all the local crops and how they are produced and consumed.
    The waterfall was super peaceful, make sure to bring your swim shorts and a towel, you’ll regret not going for a swim!
    And the view over Arusha was amazing.
    Written 14 June 2024
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  • miriam v
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We have been cooking pilau and chipati with to of the Women there and enjoyed our selfmade meal afterwards. It has been great to learn new skills and also get in touch with locals.
    We never felt scamed and had a great afternoon.
    Written 21 May 2024
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  • Mariah T
    2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The coffee tour was an incredible experience! The guide was knowledgeable and passionate, making the tour both informative and engaging. After the tour, a delicious meal was served, followed by sampling the coffee. I highly recommend this tour to anyone looking for a unique and delightful experience.
    Written 23 June 2024
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  • Leonard655
    Arroyo Grande, CA22 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    My street food tour was excellent. It gave me an inside look at places and people the average tourist will probably not encounter. Jackson was a thoughtful and knowledgeable guide and took me to neighborhoods and streets that revealed the beauty as well as some of the challenges the locals face. He took me through areas where local farming was taking place and explained how it works for the local people and how they benefit. I was also treated to some street food that I enjoyed. But most of all the tour made me feel I got an up close experience of the city. Thank you Jackson.
    Written 18 May 2024
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  • Paul C
    Teignmouth, UK11 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was an unplanned and unscheduled tour, but it turned out to be one of the best things we did in the whole of our trip to Tanzania and Zanzibar! We had a day to kill in Arusha, and had already experienced the city with all it's hustle and bustle, so were thinking of an alternative way to spend part our last day. Being coffee lovers with a preference for low key and more personal tours, this one fitted our needs perfectly. Cosmas was very quick to respond, and organised a taxi to pick us up from the city centre for the short trip to his beautiful small farm, set in the forested foothills of Mount Meru. Cosmas was a fantastic host and guided us excellently around his lovely farm, and through the coffee growing, harvesting and traditional coffee making process, which were involved in. Then right through to drinking the coffee in the most gorgeous setting with Mount Meru in the background (clear days only, but still a gorgeous backdrop through the forest). I cannot wait to grind the beans I purchased from here one day soon, and enjoy a cup of this stunning coffee in memory of this brilliant experience! Thanks again Cosmas, and good luck with all the great work you do in your local community!
    Written 25 August 2023
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  • Pawel
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The experience of this tour was absolutelly unforgetable and even better than expected. The family is extremelly friendly and lovingly. We could feel like a part of the family.
    The activity was scheduled as a coffee tour but we got definitly more! We started the day with a great lemon grass/ginger tea and fresh peanuts. Thereafter we enjoyed a walk through banana plantation learning a lot about the different kinds of bananas and could taste them directly from plantation. Then we could also see the avocado and mango trees and eat the best avocado in my life :-) The walk finished with swimming in a nice waterfall.
    On the walk we could also see the everyday life of the local village.
    After we came back we were welcome with a lunch constisting of many delicious dishes so we could try typical local food.
    After lunch the coffe tour started with a visit on the plantation and as next we were able to prepare our coffee from begining and according to the traditional process. The coffee was of the best quality and very testy (also for me as a tea drinker).
    I can absolutelly recommend it. If you are looking for an experience to learn the real, local face of the country instead of visting only touristic places from the checklist - it can be nothing better than this tour!
    Written 19 March 2023
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  • Chara L
    17 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The experience was like nothing I have done before. Emmanuel and Eric were both very kind and their English were excellent. I learned a lot about the local calture and nature of the area. The whole day was something I will remember for a while and the waterfalls is a place I would definitely like to visit again one day.
    Written 3 May 2024
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  • Fraser S
    15 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Overall - this was fantastic. Our guide Samuel was wonderful. He took us through his hillside village of 7000 people. He showed us butcher shops, several churches, stores, the courthouse, his home, gardens, family. He was very knowledgable and tried very hard to teach us about his culture, way of life, etc. We walked about 4.2 miles. Easy walk. Special lunch and coffee making factory tour. Very glad we did this. Fun, educational, good exercise. 😀😀
    Written 20 August 2023
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  • Sergio R
    Monterrey, Mexico50 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The tour was amazing, firstly, you do the 30-45 minute walk around the Chagga villages and in the wilderness to get to the waterfall. You can swim or just stand there, amazed on the incredible nature of that spot. After that, you’ll live an amazing experience on how the local tribes produce coffee, with their chants and energy, and of course, get a taste of it. The experience is super recommended, and you can get a good picture of the Kilimanjaro.
    Written 18 October 2019
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  • masinan107
    River Grove, IL6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I am Alan. This coffee tour was amazing! I participated in pounding the beans. I highly recommend this tour. Arthur and the other gentleman were very friendly and knowledgeable. I got to taste the wonderful coffee along with some treats afterwards.
    Written 22 June 2024
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