The Arusha Hotel

Address: MAIN ROAD, Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on MAIN ROAD, Kilimanjaro National Park, is near Arusha National Park, Kilwa Kisiwani, Songo Mnara, and Laetoli Footprints.
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Travel Blogs from Kilimanjaro National Park

An unforgettable climb up Mt Kilimanjaro

A travel blog entry by sharonandjim on Oct 22, 2014

11 comments, 65 photos

... of the sign. KIBO HUT – finally! We were at 4750 meters. When we signed in, the care taker said to me, 'So, how is Kilimanjaro for you?' I said to him, 'To be honest with you, right now, kili is killing me.' He laughed! Kibo Hut was not a very nice camp site and was very rudimentary. It felt like a grey cold prison! No more timber A frames and no more bowls of hot water for washing either. Jim arrived in far better spirits than me. He organised all our clothes for the ...

Day 5: Singy dancy fun times

A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 08, 2014

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... how he stole his wife and African traditions. He was a lot more interested in telling us his story than Ben was the day before. Anyway he stole his wife because he got her pregnant, whoops, and now has to save to buy the cows and goats that are used to pay to her parents as a dowry. Haha I wonder how many cows and goats Andy will need to offer my dad for me. I was apparently only worth 6 camels in Morocco. This afternoon we rested, I found it a tough walk, ...


A travel blog entry by dentalvagabond on Jul 29, 2014

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... day in the car and made it to Amboseli at 9 pm. Everyone was pretty exhausted. I had some good talks on the car. Some people are really inspirational. You get to learn a lot from them. So the Australian guy told me the story of a German arriving in Addis Ababa by bus coming from Eritrea. Trying to get his bag from the roof of the bus someone stole his daypack with everything in there. Passport, wallet, money...all ...

Kilimanjaro (3 of 3): The Everyman's Everest

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on Apr 07, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... than the previous, which is why our trusty guides reminded us that the next step was always the most important. "It's all mental," they assured us. As we climbed nearly 3,500 feet, the occasional winds turned into shrill blasts of cold air. Our breathing was controlled, but Adam and I definitely felt the light-headed dizziness of which everyone warned us as we neared the rim of the crater. Solomon and William raised the bar high above our 6-foot-plus heads, which resulted ...

Kilimanjaro (2 of 3): Supermen in the Clouds

A travel blog entry by tnaworldtour on Mar 31, 2014

11 photos

... a week's worth of food and gear for just the two of us.

Why such a large posse for a couple? It's not as though I brought my entire case of my makeup and hair Mastercraft tools along for the climb. Unlike the porters' limitless loads in Nepal, a single porter's maximum load on Kili is restricted to 44 pounds (20 kilos). This parameter protects each crew member from backbreaking work (literally). Prince William couldn't trust his eyes when he saw a ...

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