Ndutu Safari Lodge

P.O. Box 6084, Arusha, Tanzania | Lodge
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This lodge is located on P.O. Box 6084, Arusha.
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    Day 4-5: Arusha NP & Lake Manyara NP

    A travel blog entry by nathanasi on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... our stay for the evening, Meru View Lodge, where once again we were served a delicious meal. On the next day we visited Lake Manyara NP and at the beginning of the drive we saw a very old Boabab tree, a variety that only exists in Tanzania (there are a further six varieties in Madagascar and one in Australia). This is known as the"tree of life", "miracle tree" or "upside down tree" as it looks like the roots are above the ground. The actual roots travel up to 500m ...

    Hot air ballooning and a dream come true!

    A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 07, 2014

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    ... morning. Next is a celebratory bush breakfast, but first we must be driven to a bit of a safer place. We share a car with a family from the UK who where on the balloon with us. 92 year old Granny is sitting in the front and she is a blast! She lives in Tanzania and is the owner of Gibbs Farm, one of the lodges with the highest reputations in Ngorongoro. The whole family is in the travel industry for Tanzania and they give us so much information. Granny was married to ...

    Day 1: Nairobi to Kilimanjaro

    A travel blog entry by jasbartlett219 on Feb 15, 2014

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    ... was trying to calm us down, but I just turned my music up, shut my eyes and hoped for the best! Thankfully, though, we made it with plenty of time ^-^ Mum and I didn't manage to bag a window seat, but we sat next to this dude who works on cargo ships -- he does a similar job to Captain Phillips (to anyone who has read the book/seen the film). He and mum had a chat about Captain Phillips and travelling ...

    The Streets of Arusha

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Jan 23, 2014

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    ... is spotty. Kenya banned hunting thirty years ago. Even so, poaching is still a real problem. South Africa with its vast "pay-to-hunt" industry is still the worst conservation offender.

    Bill is training a new generation of native Tanzanian wildlife biologists at his Ndutu Research Camp. He realizes importing wildlife professionals does Tanzania no good. The foreigners have ...

    Kipili to Katavi

    A travel blog entry by ru.benpabst on Sep 09, 2013

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    We are heading for Katavi National Park and then onto Kigoma. At Katavi, we sleep over at Riverside Campsite. It is next to a river, with about 50 Hippos at the campsite. The campsite however, is not good. It is fine for a stopover. Ablutions are filthy and the rate is USD10.00 pp. The next day we head for Kigoma, but on the way about 90 kms from Uvinza, Rudi discovers, there ...