Ahadi Lodge

Address: Moravian Village, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Moravian Village, Arusha, is near Serengeti Balloon Safaris, The East African Safari And Touring Company, Usambara Mountains, and Arusha Photo Safari.
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      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

      Travel Blogs from Arusha

      Dressmaking and hat hunting

      A travel blog entry by jware on Jan 02, 2015

      10 photos

      ... as we tried to explain the type of dress Joy wanted while in this dark, cramped back room with a group of women. An all-around awkward experience. Fingers crossed Joy's dress turns out! My hat is great. Good news is that our hotel has wi-fi and Joy was able to read her email and see if our old friend Michael Jackson had responded. We leave tomorrow and will hopefully be out seeing some awesome animals for the next 4 days!


      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 14, 2014

      36 photos

      On Friday I embarked on a journey of a life time on my African Safari! We would be spending three nights camping and 4 days driving to and through national parks. We all packed into our land cruiser 9am Friday and headed to the Neekemart (supermarket) to buy any snacks we might like. Once we had stocked up we were off driving. It only took 2 hours to head into our first camp site. We had lunch boxes prepared for us and while we ate, the cooks and guides set up the tents. The ...

      Cradle of Love

      A travel blog entry by theonejess on Oct 09, 2014

      14 photos

      ... it was a good 30min drive! The scenery was beautiful driving down, so green and full. It was like a rainforest at times, there were even creeks and rivers. There were banana farms and coffee plantations and so much more. Every now and then you pass a mini village and one was really busy. I was told it was a market where people come to buy things to sell back in town. When we got to Cradle of Love it was a little awkward as I hadn't been able to get through to ask ...


      A travel blog entry by daniellenew22 on Sep 22, 2014

      ... year at Umoja because when he arrived last year his education was extremely low. But he is quite motivated and is continuously improving his skills. Next year he plans to continue school to either be a tour guide or an IT technician.

      The second student is 23. He grew up in a Masai village and did not attend school. His parents wanted him to stay home and help with the farming. He always wanted to go to school but couldn't because of his parents and the 4 hour walk ...

      Day 41: Bored of the dance

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Sep 13, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... the cutest as they showed us how they can count in English, so cute. Then we saw the weirdest performance I've ever seen. The class on 12/13 year olds got up and some had covered themselves in coal, presumably to look black, but they already are. Then they announced that they were HIV and AIDS. Then they "killed" two students and "buried" them and were shouting that they were the evil killed disease etc. Very strange performance and ...