Tumaini Cottage

Address: Sakina Area, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    Stage 48: Namanga to Arusha: 118km border

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 10, 2015

    23 photos

    ... hours is very enough for the crater tour, then late afternoon drive back to Arusha town, dinner and overnight at the hotell.
    Includes: All parks, All camping fees, Safari vehicle 4x4, Professional Guide, Professional Cook, Food, 3 meals a day, Drinking water, Camping facilities, Service Charge.
    Excludes: Laundry, Alcohol and cigarette, Tips for team


    Once at camp there was a presentation ceremony of bikes once again to 6 different projects. ...

    Heshima- Empowering Growth in the Local Community

    A travel blog entry by rakeshapeksha on Feb 01, 2015

    47 photos

    ... which took us three mornings. It would have probably been done quicker, however we stopped at 11am every day to play with the kids - this was the highlight of our day whenever we went and such a privilege. The kids are just so full of joy and happiness, and are so grateful for the toys they get to play with. Like all kids, they have the odd disagreement, however they play sooo well together and their teacher has taught them well to ...

    Kili Trek (Days 1-3)

    A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 24, 2015

    16 photos

    ... accounts of each of the 6 days it took us to climb the mountain written after our hike each day. Enjoy! Day 1 (Jan 19th) - We are off on our Kili trek! Today is day 1 of a total of 6 on the mountain. We are a group of 7, Luke, me, Christian, my sister Katie, her boyfriend Logan, and two friendly swedes, Goran and Jonas. We also have 28 support crew - a leader, 3 assistant guides, 2 cooks, and 22 porters. Quite a big crew! Today, we started ...

    Kilimajaro hidden again

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Nov 16, 2014

    ... are the usual touts trying to sell
    anything. On Saturday they have a big disco here with loud music from
    8PM to 5AM. Customs are messing us about , first off they do not
    beleave the stated value of the bearing and so are contacting
    Mercedes. Next they now want photocopies of the passport and visa to
    prove it is for a tourist. Bit strange because we still have to pay
    the same import tax as the locals!

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    Safari

    A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 14, 2014

    36 photos

    ... to see! One of the best things we saw was a cheetah and her three baby cubs! They were eating a gazelle which was gross but they were so fluffy!! The mumma kept standing up and watching as there were lions and hyenas around. We were able to drive right up next to her and watch. Even through the long grass it was still easy to see her. The cubs made the cutest sounds. Eventually we drove off and right in front of us a hippo wandered across the road! For a big fellow, he moves ...