Hatari Lodge

Momella Rd, Arusha, Tanzania | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Momella Rd, Arusha.
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    Travel Blogs from Arusha

    Lar doce lar, o caminhão | Home sweet home

    A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Apr 26, 2014

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    ... da do Quênia para entrada na Tanzania hoje foi algo inusitado pra mim. Me lembrou esses filmes de faroeste com essas casinhas sinistras na fronteira, cheia de gente estranha, vendendo até a Mama Africa e a gente tendo que passar pular construções de estradas e montes de areias para chegar ao casebre onde se pegava o visto. Seguimos por uma estrada linda que de tempos em tempos contrastava com umas vielas, bem locais, com muita pobreza, muita gente amontoada e sempre com aqueles ...

    Waterfalls and volcanos

    A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 22, 2013

    ... 70/30 so that everyone can benefit from the tourism dollar. I ended up agreeing on both the climb and a trip to the local waterfall($120 USD). I had the day spare after all and there was no point in just slumming around camp.

    We departed immediately for the waterfall to allow me the afternoon to chill out prior to a 2300 departure for the mountain. We still had to find some transport for the 15km approach road as well which would have to be a 4WD of ...

    New years eve in Africa

    A travel blog entry by dolezalek on Jan 01, 2012

    ... after a short time, we could help them out onto the road again.
    At lake natron, a Masai guide took us to a nice waterfall at the end of a gorge. We crossed the river several times and watched other Masai men washing themselves at the river (totally naked, except for the bracelets and neklets). Later we decided to take a bath ourselves in the river (with swim suits on) - this time the Maisai watched us, as I expect they have ...

    Yeah!

    A travel blog entry by explorerer on Dec 03, 2011

    9 photos

    ... under a coffee table along with stray kindling for the fireplace, a creepy antique duck decoy, and an impressive collection of spider webs (which is why I’d never looked under there before).I sat on their living room floor and sifted through the contents of the boxes, taking care not to get them mixed in with the rest of the clutter scattered about the room.From one-sentence postcards to meandering, multipage letters, they were treasure troves of observations on the profound ...

    Oldoinyo Lengai

    A travel blog entry by ejo on Jan 09, 2011

    3 comments, 20 photos

    ... again at another time until he realized it was just a hare.

    The climb up was tough, especially after a rock fall where I was hit in the head with a flying rock from above which caused bleeding above my right eye and a bit of an egg on the side of my head. A suggestion was that I turn back with Thomas [guide] but there’s no way after going through all that I wasn’t going to get to the peak. Breakfast was ...