Dik Dik Hotel

Address: Arusha, Tanzania | 3 star hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Arusha

        Lions and Tigers and Bears Oh My!

        A travel blog entry by carly.pockett on Nov 01, 2015

        6 photos

        Welp! I went on a safari! Who would've thought that I would ever have the opportunity to. Because of the election here it was thought to be safer for me and Amy to get outta town! So we did. We went on a three day two night adventure where we got to see all sorts of creatures. We went to Tarangire, Ngorogoro, and Manyara National Park. Each park offered something different which was a bonus. The first day we went to Tarangire where we saw both female and male lions. The male was ...

        Tanzania is a tad expensive but TERRIFIC!

        A travel blog entry by lynnemunnik007 on Sep 10, 2015


        ... G and T! We even watched mating lion! We loved this park- not many people but loads of animals and lovely scenery. The park Ranger granted us permission to leave the park via a northerly route and then to ask at the Ranger post for directions to get back onto the main road North. The first excitement was seeing a pride of lioness’s with 5 cubs walking next to the track- Paul commented over the radio: "This may not be the time to tell you that you have a flat tyre…" Quite ...

        Arusha, Snake Park,Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater

        A travel blog entry by derrick241 on Aug 23, 2015

        8 comments, 291 photos

        ... he might lose his foot, because he was bitten in June and was being treated by a witch doctor, which failed, in the end he came here

        I have given them my medications I had from my last trip, all kinds of stuff I never took, they were happy enough to take it from me, along with the few plasters I had in my medical box

        When the trip finishes, they can have my anti malaria pills I got left over, others will hand over all their left over’s as well I would think


        Arusha to Lake Natron

        A travel blog entry by pietrasanta on Jul 04, 2015

        12 photos

        One thing I forgot to mention was I met with my travel agent Ben last night. It was a planned check in, and I really like him. I'm mentally and physically tired, and I went from never camping a day in my life to camping for five nights straight, on a mountain, up to 15000+ feet up, with a night of rain. I think I'm good with camping for a while. So when Ben came over to review the rest of my itinerary, I had one major change request - no more camping. Although there are ...

        Welcome to Tanzania! In Arusha.

        A travel blog entry by danica.tanya.tz on Apr 07, 2015

        4 comments, 5 photos

        ... was commenced. CPR, bag and mask, adrenaline, the works. The paediatrician came, but the whole event was slow and messy and so unlike any resuscitation we would be involved in back home. The baby was transferred out to a bigger hospital, but died on the way to it's destination… For us it was a huge eye opener to the processes here in Tanzania. It was explained to us later, that they knew this baby probably would never make it, it had a few congenital abnormalities and in ...