4 Days Usambara Mountain Trekking

The Usambara Mountains situated in the north-east part of Tanzania, are known for their pleasant climate, beautiful viewpoints and frtile slopes. Favoured by the Germans and English during colonial times, the area is rich in historical buildings from the period.
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Day 1: Southern Pare Mountains
Walk along steep slopes, through dense tropical forests and villages of Pare in the Mbaga Hills deep within the Southern Pare Mountains, about 150 km from Moshi.
A tour of southern Pare Mountains includes:
A trip to the hilltop Ranzi Dam and Tona grounds to get glimpses of German history, and unique flora and fauna.
A climb to the different mountain peaks from where you get excellent views of Mkomazi Game Reserve, Mt.Kilimanjaro, Shengena Peakand Taita Hills of Kenya
A view of Shengena Peak, the highest point of the eastern ArcMountains
A view into Pare culture
Day 2: Usambara Mountains 
The usambara Mountains situated in the north-east part of Tanzania, are known for their pleasant climate, beautiful viewpoints and frtile slopes. Favoured by the Germans and English during colonial times, the area is rich in historical buildings from the period.
Day 3: Pangani home of Swahili Culture
Pangani is a small town in East Africa’s coast with long history and a culture with Arabic, German, Asian and British Colonial rules influence. This is a place where Swahili, Arab, colonial traditions and modern hospitality blends together.
Located at the mouth of Pangani River that collects its water from Mt Kilimanjaro and Meru to the Indian Ocean, Pangani Cultural Tourism Programme offers various tours.
Here you will enjoy coastline with clean beaches where endangered Green Turtles breeds, historic sites, coral reefs, Old Port as well as great diversity of tropical marine dwellers.
Day 4: Bagamoyo, World Heritage Site on the Slave Route
Bagamoyo, 45 miles north of Dar es Salaam, is an important cultural heritage site for Tanzania. Famous for its slave and ivory trade, Bagamoyo was also the first capital of Tanzania under German Colonial rule until it shifted in 1892 to Dar es Salaam. An International Conference was organized by scholars and conservationists who are proponents of the idea that that the coastal town should be declared a World Heritage Site of global importance. The conference, under the chairmanship of Prof.Wilbard Kombe of the University College of Lands and Architectural Studies in Tanzania, took place September 9-12, 2002 in Bagamoyo.
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