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Chilunga Cultural Tourism

Morogoro, Tanzania
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About Chilunga Cultural Tourism
Located in Morogoro Town, Chilunga Cultural Tourism offers a wide variety of activities for people of all ages. Join us to meet the people and experience their local way for life, or perhaps hike the Uluguru Mountains and experience breathtaking views! Karibu
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Emily993 wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom225 contributions69 helpful votes
We had a great overnight hike into the Uluguru mountains with our guide Azaria. He was friendly, informative and helpful! The hike itself was great but it wasn’t easy. We did it in trainers, which was fine but it was pretty treacherous and slippy in places. On the first day we were hiking off and on for about 7 hours.A lot of the hike was quite steep and my friend, who has asthma, did struggle. The waterfall was beautiful but we chose not to swim. The morning site camp was equally beautiful! Such a scenic spot to camp overnight and we ate really lovely food! The following morning’s walk to Bondwa peak took about 3 hours to get to the top and 2 back down to camp before we continued the descent back to Morogoro Would definitely recommend this great tour company and trip for a brilliant experience in Uluguru! Thank you!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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gilld001 wrote a review Oct 2019
Dublin, Ireland168 contributions97 helpful votes
We did a three day trek with Grayson from Morogoro in February 2019. Grayson is a wonderful guide- he chatted with us about what we would like and how far we would like to walk each day, before we started. We had a great time on the first day, a good work out with great scenery and plenty to keep us interested. We camped at morning side and were treated to a lovely dinner. The following day, we did a tough time in the morning, had lunch in morning side and continued to a small village where we stayed in a home stay for the night. Again we had lovely home cooked food. We hiked back down to Morogoro on the last day after a great three days. I can highly recommend Grayson as a guide and his company Chilunga Cultural Tourism. Great way to see this lovely area.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Hans W wrote a review Sep 2019
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Walking for 4 days in the Ulukuru mountains with a very friendly guide of Chilunga Cultural Tourism was an very inspiring experience. We have enjoyed the environment and the very friendly people. We slept in a small local farmhouse where the lady prepared delicious vegetarian food! A perfect way to see another part of Tanzania.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Response from chilunga, Manager at Chilunga Cultural Tourism
Responded 18 Sep 2019
Thank you, Hans and Nancy and the family. We remember and wish you all the best on your holiday and your way back home. Thank you for sharing the experience with others. Mwisho Msumai for Chilunga team.
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Nancy W wrote a review Aug 2019
Hoi An, Vietnam8 contributions2 helpful votes
In between a Safari in Ruaha NP and Zanzibar, we wanted to get a taste of the 'real Tanzania', to get to know the people and land outside the parks. Chilunga organised a 4 day trip for us that was excactly what we wanted. Azariah was a lovely guide, who not only showed us the way, but also taught us Swahili greetings, answered our 1001 questions and lighted a campfire. The trip started walking from the office, no cats involved, up into the mountains, like the licals. Don't expect luxury, do expect playing fun games, helping out with weeding, great local dishes, cloudy cloudforest. From your fee they also support the community.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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tnbms162016 wrote a review Jun 2019
Tokyo, Japan308 contributions418 helpful votes
I did an overnight stay in Choma village, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. It all depends on the guide, and Azaria was excellent from start to finish. You can either walk up to Choma or take a motorbike taxi from the town, and we went for the wheels. It’s quite a steep climb. The programme in the village was very good – waterfall, the witchdoctor, the shop, a family for lunch, the men’s house (where the men spend their time gambling with cards and drafts, boozing and smoking weed, while the women are working), and the home of a village elder. Everybody was welcoming except in the men’s house, where they were a bit suspicious of me. Dinner was quite a surprise – a feast of ten or so African dishes, all different and almost all delicious (I’m not a fan of nsima). And the sleeping arrangements were fine – a private bedroom with comfortable bed. The next morning, Azaria led me on a two-hour walk through delightful countryside, and then another motorbike taxi back to town. All in all, highly recommended: Azaria looked after me perfectly, and I would recommend to friends that they specifically ask for him.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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