Half Day Tour: Package A: Lyamungo Village Cultural Tour (2-3 Hours)
The guides at Lyamungo cultural tourism and home stay are happy to share with visitors their culture through walking tour to their small spice garden, the coffee farms, local food and beer preparation, and bird watching. Visitors are also taken on a short visit in the backyard to see different medicine plants used by the locals. A cultural experience starts with a glimpse view of Chagga traditional hut with various cultural artifacts some in use to date and ends with sampling traditional food, wines and coffee/tea
Half Day Tour: Package B: Coffee and local art project experience (2-3 Hours)
The traditional thriving community runs a project in which pottery making interest many visitors. There is more to life here beyond the banana leaves which are used to make hats, table mats, jackets and other items through their handcraft project. Visitors will have a view and learn how local artisans do their skillful work. This will be combined with coffee farm lessons and see how coffee is processed from the farm until one gets own cup of coffee. Visitors play leading role in this process.
Full Day Tour: Package C
The tour combines package A and B and then a traditional lunch is served with Banana wine and beer as well. The tour will also take visitors to some natural beautiful scenic places in the village. A superlative hike to the Weruweru River located two kilometers from the village with a picnic site nearby interest many visitors. Here you can try local fishing methods and visit the caves which were used in the last millennia during tribal wars mostly between the Maasai and the Chaggas.
Two Day-One night Tour: Package D
The tour combines package C with evening activities of visiting a local wine and beer sites and participating in daily home chores in the evening and morning. Evenings are always colorful with various traditional entertainments, meals and snacks. Visitors will learn how cattle and goat husbandry is done and get an opportunity to learn how to milk a cow or cook your own traditional meal ranging from Banana stew, Ugali and other culinary varioations of KIlimanjaro