Arusha Naaz Hotel

Sokoine, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel

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Maji Ya Chai School

A travel blog entry by davidwshih

We started planning this safari trip almost 6 months ago. One of the things we wanted to do is to ensure we also give back to the community where we travel. My sister was reading Trip Advisor and connected with a British couple that have been working with a company called ACTT (Affordable Computer Technology for Tanzania) that provide computers for schools in Tanzania. ACTT is based in Moshi but due to our time limit, we asked them to choose a school near Arusha. ...

Ngorongoro National Park - Ndutu

A travel blog entry by linziprytz


... on 24 hour periods, so this meant we had until 13:30 tomorrow before we had to be out of Ngorongoro and into the Serengeti to start the next 24 hour permit. Perfect timing. The first signs of wildlife as we pulled up to the park entrance was a group of Baboons harassing some tourists, nasty things, and aggressive! We parked up as far from them as possible and Jon stayed guard at the car why I sorted out the paperwork for entry. "Where is your tour operator" was ...

Hakuna matata

A travel blog entry by wanderlust83


... many early starts, 5.30 is the usual time we are expected to be on the truck if we don't want to be left behind! So we were off on our way to cross over to Tanzania and set up camp in Mto Wa Mbu village, just outside the Ngorongoro and Serengeti National Park. Pitching our tents usually takes about 8 minutes, maybe spending a bit longer taking them down in the mornings when my eyes have not yet reached full consciousness! Day 3 in Africa's very own big brother, two ...

We're alive!!

A travel blog entry by sarahvale


... average of six hours a day. 5. The African massages literally had us shaking to our bones. The incredibly loud rattle of the bus, even going at speeds of 20km/hr. Our heads were hitting the roof and our whole bodies on vibration. Loosens the muscles I guess. 6. Visiting the Masai community, who showed us through their homes and demonstrated their cultural dances. They live off cows meat, milk and blood. I was nearly taken to be another wife, as they took my hand and led me in ...

Day 5 - Singita Sabora

A travel blog entry by tony.bates


We started our first full day in the Western Serengeti with a quick coffee and then hit the road for our morning game drive. We headed West out of camp and soon came across a pair of Jackals running through the beautiful morning light. The Jackals were having breakfast on what was left of a Wildebeest when a hyena showed up. The first Jackal grabbed a lump of his breakfast and headed towards the nearest small thicket with the Hyena in ...

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