Rich Hotel

Market Street, Arusha, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

Day 3 of safari - Arusha->Ngorongoro->Serengeti NP

A travel blog entry by alicegiles

Today was the start of our Safari, the real beginning of our adventure. We had 3 safari jeeps arriving with drivers who would stay with us for the next 2 nights 3 days. My driver was called Freddie and he was so good, getting us close up to the animals or speeding through the Serengeti off road when he heard on the mic that another driver had spotted something. The journey through Arusha was again mind blowing, so different ...

Ngorongoro Crater

A travel blog entry by linziprytz

... rare to see and so beautiful, big ears compared to the rest of their body. She doesn't stick around and wonders off into the open plain. No off roading here and very few roads, so we need to be lucky to see animals close up. Lots of hyena and elephant, but no giraffe in the crater, no one is really sure why, but they are found on the rim, so maybe they cant climb down the steep decent. We pull up to hippo pool, a typical breakfast stop, and are about ...

Our first full day in Tanzania

A travel blog entry by boonafox


... Lukas introduced us to the miracle tree. The moringa tree is indeed miraculous. Research has shown that every part of the tree has nutritional and medicinal properties. Rich in vitamins and minerals the leaves can be used fresh or dried. The tree has 25 antioxidants. We are going to order some tea from Amazon since it supposed to improve brain function and eliminate some of the pain and stiffness of arthritis. Worth a ...

Tanzanian smiles

A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick


... grateful to have had the chance to affect so many people in such a positive way.

Inside my head
I spent yesterday removing a view items of clothing from my bag that I deemed unnecessary, in hopes of lightening my load. This also offered the chance for a little reflection on my time in Tanzania, as I venture to India on the thirtieth of this month. I won't lie, it isn't easy. I hate to say it, but I am somewhat desensitized from some of the things I have ...


A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick


... your spine, especially in the middle of the night; during the day, not so scary. The pack of hyenas proceeded to fight, and snooped around the entire campsite. Of course, after the three of us in the tent had been awoken, we all had to pee. We made sure to flash our lights in their eyes, and we ran to the bathroom. Minutes after returning to the tent, we learn lions about fifteen metres away...our timing could not have been any better. That day, we saw so many animals, ...

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