Chilunga Morogoro, 195 km west of Dar es Salaam, is
a beautiful region with the Uluguru mountains,
natural forests and endemic bird species. Apart from
these attractions , visitors can enjoy mountain
hikes, historical sites, waterfalls,panoramic
viewpoints and glimpses of the local culture.
The following tours
can be organized :
Morning side tour
Walk through Towelo and Ruvuma village to Morning
side, an old German settlement. Walk back through
Visit Madola village to meet a traditional healer.
Drive through Mikuyuni centre to Usolo where you can
enjoy walking, fishing and meeting the locals.
Nugutu traditional village tour
Participate in village life of the Lugulu people-try
traditional food and drink, dance with them and
learn to make handicrafts.
Kinole village tour.
There are three options available under this tour:
1.Start from Kinole village and come down the
Uluguru mountains to Morogoro,
passing a historical site on the way.
2.Start from Kinole village towards Morogoro through
a forest reserve, where you
can watch the antics of blue monkeys and black and
white colobus monkeys.
3.Start from Kinole village towards Morogoro through
Tegetero and Bangilo
villages and forest reserves. Here too, you have the
opportunity of seeing blue
monkeys, black and white colobus monkeys and birds.
Morogoro and pass through lush farmlands before you
go uphill to the second highest peak of Ulugurus.
Enjoy the waterfalls , rainforest, endemic species
of birds, insects and monkeys.
Swim and camp at the Hululu waterfall site.
Lukwangule Plateau tour
A panoramic view is on offer from the only plateau
in Ulugurus. There is the option of staying
overnight with the villagers.
Maasai village tour
Stay overnight in Maasai village with the colourful
tribe and partake in their traditional meals and
Take a tour of Morogoro town-walk,drive or ride.
This can be arranged by the tourist office.
Kibwe waterfall tour
Walk to the seasonal Kibwe waterfall and view
Morogoro town from the peaks of the Uluguru
Feel the cool waters of a rock stream and take a
dip. Or just camp beside it and refresh yourself.
Morogoro can be easily reached from Dar es Salaam.
Buses are regularly available.
(Income from tourist visits will be used to improve
conservation of natural resources and cultural
sustainability in the region.)