Wildafrica Manyara Lodge

Address: P.O. Box 10414, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Graduation preparation at St Judes

A travel blog entry by kerrysteller on May 30, 2015

3 comments, 9 photos

... their school song ' we love our beautiful school St Jude's'. Awards were given out for many academic and behaviour, dress etc. Also some staff awards to cleaners, drivers, cooks and teachers. We had some local headmasters and a gynaecologist speak about 'Beyond St Jude' and how community service for the year will work. Dinner at the lower primary school and was with the school boards who explained how their governance works. The chairperson has been there since 2002 when the school ...

Giraffes running

A travel blog entry by lauraalice on Mar 08, 2015

... We were so welcomed into the maasi community which really is such an honour. They did speeches about how much we meant to them and how important the charity is and how much they value it. I just feel so privileged to have had that experience and to be apart of something so special. It definitely was a once in an lifetime experience and I will treasure it always.






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On to Lake Manyara, Tanzania

A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Mar 01, 2015

... then gave some to the airport staff. Adam greeted us in Lake Manyara & took us through a very impoverished little village, which was a Bentu tribe, not Masai so it did seem a little more modern, but still little shacks. We drove thru bumpy, dirt roads & pulled up to The Escarpment Luxury Lodge. Oh boy, was it beautiful & our room was 5 star!! A big king poster bed, huge shower, claw tooth tub, great view & AC! Adam tried ...

Safari!!!!

A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 28, 2015

11 photos

... identified a leopard sleeping in an acacia tree about 30 yards from us, as close as we could imagine getting. We also found two lionesses lying on the road, a mere feet from our van. We headed back to camp after a couple hours of looking for and at animals and enjoying the stunning pink and purple sunrise over the acacia trees and long grass of the Serengeti. Then, unfortunately, it was time to bid adieu to the Serengeti and start the 4 hour drive back. The experience ...

The Pee Bandit

A travel blog entry by jware on Jan 03, 2015

2 comments, 11 photos

... I am living it big time these days. I've noticed, and perhaps it's because we're on the popular tourist safari route, that the facilities and infrastructure are much better here than in, say Cambodia. The road was amazing--as good as any North American road. There were beautiful brochures at the park. Refreshments, and like I mentioned, great toilets--there was even soap at the sink!! Soap I say!

The road to the park ...

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