Olasiti Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps

Address: Oljoro Rd, Olasiti, Arusha, Tanzania | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Oljoro Rd, Olasiti, Arusha, is near Serengeti Balloon Safaris, The East African Safari And Touring Company, Usambara Mountains, and Arusha Photo Safari.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Olasiti Lodge, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps Arusha

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    Graduation preparation at St Judes

    A travel blog entry by kerrysteller on May 30, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... are proud of their rooms. The oblates of the Assumption run this facility and have 6 nuns and 13 noviciates there. After a cooking lesson on the charcoal burner we got to eat our fish, beef and chappatis with the students who taught us African cooking. Others net to a debate on 'education or money. Which is more important'? The lower primary assembly was very entertaining as were all welcomed and the kids danced and sang for us ' we love our teachers and we love our sponsors'. ...

    On to Lake Manyara, Tanzania

    A travel blog entry by rena_alpine55 on Mar 01, 2015

    ... everyone but we really enjoyed him & he sure knew his stuff. We flew 50 min to Nairobi, went thru customs & then onto Mt Kilimanjaro, Tanzania where we were greeted by a baggage handler & airport assistant to help get us through the Customs, Visa & Yellow Fever protocol. Then on to another flight to Lake Manyara, so all of this took about 3-4 hrs in the heat of the day & tarmac. Governors had given us 3 box lunches so we ate ...


    A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Jan 28, 2015

    11 photos

    ... also many babies, one got as close as 8 feet from our truck) - 2 troops of baboons - Velvet Monkeys (including babies) - Scores of hippos - 4 Hyenas - Jackals - Mongooses (Mongeese???) - Monitor Lizard (eating a dead carp literally right next to our truck) Day 3: Our last day started early, with a sunrise safari starting at 6am. We saw more giraffes and elephants, as well as a few massive hippos scurrying between ponds and a herd of Cape buffalo, absolutely massive animals. ...

    Neema House

    A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 07, 2014

    14 photos

    ... When there is no power there are no showers, no flushing toilets, no lights and no way to charge appliance obviously. It was good to have a time with no power to experience Africa properly. We ended up with the torches out playing cards in the dark. It was great! Monday I went to placement and did the usual. The teacher ended up leaving me in the room on my own and didn't explain what to do. She just said take over and walked out! The task ...


    A travel blog entry by daniellenew22 on Sep 22, 2014

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    The ultimate would be for you to sponsor a student - $80/month or you can do a half sponsor for $40/month. If you can't commit to that, think about giving just a bit. $20 goes a long way here and every bit is appreciated.

    If helping these youth is something you are interested in, please donate here: http://yciprojects.tigweb.org/project/U MOJA

    If you want to sponsor a student, email sponsorship@umoja.com.au

    Anything helps!! ...