Sakina Campsite

P.O Box 10321, Arusha, Tanzania | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Maji Ya Chai School

A travel blog entry by davidwshih

... Chai is a secondary school that has form 1-4 and A levels with over 700 students. We raised over $3500 from our friends which afforded me to buy 17 computers for the school as well as an electricity stabilizer (important since the power is not very stable) and 2 weeks of teacher's training. We arrived after flying over 50 hours (including layover) to get to Arusha. After dropping off our stuff at the Rivertrees lodge, we had a quick lunch before going to visit ...

Ngorongoro National Park - Ndutu

A travel blog entry by linziprytz


... question asked from the guy behind the desk with a puzzled look on his face when me, the only Muzungo standing in the que, asked for park entrance. "We don't have one, we are self-driving". He continued to look at me like I was from another planet and didn't understand what I was saying, but finally saw that my paperwork was in order, stamped the permits, gave me a smile and then as I turned to walk out, burst out laughing with his colleague! Hmm, do ...

Hakuna matata

A travel blog entry by wanderlust83


... trucks collect the weary but excited group and they descend to the floor of the Ngorongoro crater... When I see my first heard of zebras grazing in the distance, I shriek with over enthusiasm, I'm only delighted that my camera can get shots of the zebra so that they only look small and not "far away"! It wasn't long before I realized that these photos would eventually be deleted as we were soon driving through an array of African wildlife and the zebra were ...

We're alive!!

A travel blog entry by sarahvale


... 7. Don't offer nuts to African men. They will laugh at you and tell you that in Africa, nuts are given to men to increase their libido. 8. The people on the safari made it such a memorable experience. We had Germans, Danes, scots, Swedes, brazilians and Singaporeans and some fellow Aussies. Everyone meshed well together and really embraced the primitive camping style of the trip. We could go on but they are the main things that stand out. We've arrived at our volunteer house in ...

Exploring Arusha

A travel blog entry by sarah85

We slept in a while this morning then went for brunch at a lodge on the outskirts of town. It was a little pocket of colonial mzungu-ness but had unreal food and coffee. Liz and Edwina headed for home and Kye and I went to check out Shanga, a local company of physically disabled artists who make beautiful jewellery and glassware. Kye had bought me a necklace from there as a Christmas pressie and I'd asked to check the place out. ...

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