Snow Crest Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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. ...
... acacia trees, but as we continue on toward the campsite, it begins to open up and before us is the beautiful lake Ndutu, glistening in the late afternoon sun, with a pink tinge to it. What is that? As we drive closer I see, and my excitement leaps. The pink tinge is thousands of Flamingos, wading in the shallows! I have so long wanted to see this, we tried in Mozambique, but failed and now they are here and its a beautiful sight. We are driving the length of ...
... edge of the campsite, accompanied by the finest Johnny blue whiskey and a Cuban cigar. Every so often we would shine our torch into the grasses and a few times there would be the bright reflection of eyes staring back at us...nothing ever came close enough for us to work out if it was anything that might actually be eyeing us up for dinner! The next day was another great day, this time seeing herds of elephants right beside our vehicle, a hippo crossing the road and ...
... which the farmhouse is known for. The reason we left so early as we were arriving in Dar Es Salaam that day and their traffic is atrocious especially in rush hour and even though we left at 4 AM we still hit piles of it. It was unreal! Sadly I have no pictures of the crazy traffic but I doubt they would do it justice anyways. From Dar we headed over to the island of Zanzibar. Unfortunately I was rather sea sick and though I didn't vomit I may have felt better if I had. It ...
... every year, and the females give birth in February. We stopped at a lookout point, and as far as the eye could see, there were wildebeest, even on the edge of the horizon. During the second night at our campsite, a pack of hyenas woke me up at one in the morning. I have never heard a real hyena cackle, I had only ever heard it in the Lion King, I never bothered to google the real sound. It is safe to say that it comes straight from the gates of hell, and sends ...