Wildafrica Manyara Lodge

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

Leaving Ilboru and arriving at St Jude's!

A travel blog entry by emdenbigh

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... to meet the girls who lived in the Simba B room - Salome, Sara, Selestina, Scholastica, Sesilia and Shamimu! They were all so lovely, one wanted to be a pilot, another an engineer and the rest wanted to be doctors. We returned to Moshono in the afternoon and had dinner over at the Moivaro boarding campus with the other students.

After helping to catalogue books and read with students in the library this morning, I was able to visit Salome's house. She lives in ...

Tanzanian smiles

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick

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... The terrain changed from a small town to scattered homes as we gained altitude, and the lush vegetation began to take over. After passing through a cornfield, our ascent became a descent! It might have been about a seventy degree angle, and many people began slipping, regardless of the macgyvered handrails. We reached the small creak, and continued upstream to the source of the water.
Lo and behold, a linear waterfall came rushing over the edge of the cliff, and ...

Kili day 2

A travel blog entry by bohmer

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Woken by howling colobus monkeys at 4am and tea in the tent at 6am, mass of tents at the site. A 6 hour walk "pole pole " through forest and shrub. Arrived at the Shira plateau campsite and at last had lunch at 230pm. Small views of snow on Kili through the clouds. All felt light headed and tired with Karen very nauseated! Ginger and carrot soup helped. Cold ...

Tanzania - Arusha

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo

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... the land.

In these days the Arusha Natural History Museum hosts an impressive exhibition called “Wildlife – The Living Gold of Tanzania”. The exhibition consists of over 360 pictures taken by Mr. Dick Persson, Swedish Conservationist and Wildlife Photographer, and it is said that it belongs to the world´s largest permanent wildlife and nature exhibitions.

Since I consider the animal planet to be very fascinating I spent there almost 2 ...

Last day of game drives... For now

A travel blog entry by deano-webby

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... distance, although I'm convinced that my outfit at the rugby 7s was spot on! We ended up having lunch with a view over a lake that looked fairly calm, even thought about a nice swim until we saw a Hippopotamus bobbing up and down, coming up for air... Then another... Then another.... Probably about 200 hippos that we saw... Not good for a swim! I offered Webby $5 million to swim across to the other side but she was wise to the fact that I am at least ...

 

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