Aquiline Hotel

Arusha, Tanzania | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

The big 5 - Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by lottieuganda

... up and the game drive began and it certainly did not disappoint. Other than the wildebeest, zebra and antelope which let's face it were becoming a little boring by now, the first thing we saw was a group of 17 lionesses lying in the grass. Things then got better and better; a cheetah who even posed for us on a rock, some hyena, accompanied by a dead one who they will apparently eat, a huge group of hippos in the water and a group of elephants really ...

Ngorongoro National Park - Ndutu

A travel blog entry by linziprytz

3

... and light is fading fast. Then the local in our car says "ok, you are here". We look around bemused, oh ****, its not really a campsite, rather a small clearing in the trees, with no one else around, no toilet no shower, we are literally just parking up in the bush! I am nervous, but at the same time excited, this is serious bush camping! We drop the guy back at the rangers post and head back toward our ‘campsite‘, right at the broken tree, left at ...

Hakuna matata

A travel blog entry by wanderlust83

9

... by a bonfire that night and headed back towards the village in the morning but not before we got the best spectacle of all, 2 lions mating will another male looked on...I had only just bought a postcard with the same picture thinking what a treat that would be to see and ended up with front row seats!! What a way to end our Serengeti Safari, I have got to see nearly everything I wanted to see in Africa, I'm just on the hunt for a cheetah now but lots more safaris to ...

Tanzania

A travel blog entry by jennifersarah

51

... we Zanzibar pizza which was some fried dough with egg on it and your choice of meat or veg. You could also get a sweet version with Nutella and fruit. Zanzibar used to play a major role in the slave trade, especially to the Middle East. It was difficult to be in the underground cells where up to 70 slaves were kept at a time and hear the stories of what individuals went through. A difference between slave trade to the Americas and to the Middle East is that in the Middle East ...

Arusha

A travel blog entry by sarah85

... one of my good friends. We hung out at her place for a little while- she and her flatmate Edwina have done a great job of furnishing it with lots of funky African material- it looks really cool. We headed to a nearby cafe for lunch. I had a delicious pizza (cheese and anchovy cravings satisfied for now) and a proper cappucino. Good times! It was a lovely spot with a beautiful big outdoor area- lots of ...

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