Zawadi House

Kundayo Road, Arusha, 1648, Tanzania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Arusha

First steps into Africa

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld on Feb 10, 2014

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Our 5 days Tanzania safari started off in Arusha from where our guide Mohammad picked us up. We then headed towards lake manyara national park. Day 2 and 3 were in Serengeti national park and day 4 in Ngorongoro national park. Writing about each of these days will take a while so I'll instead share some of the most memorable experiences from the safari in the subsequent entries.

Maji Ya Chai School

A travel blog entry by davidwshih on Jul 05, 2014

... Chai is a secondary school that has form 1-4 and A levels with over 700 students. We raised over $3500 from our friends which afforded me to buy 17 computers for the school as well as an electricity stabilizer (important since the power is not very stable) and 2 weeks of teacher's training. We arrived after flying over 50 hours (including layover) to get to Arusha. After dropping off our stuff at the Rivertrees lodge, we had a quick lunch before going to visit ...

Ngorongoro National Park - Ndutu

A travel blog entry by linziprytz on Mar 05, 2014

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... to our camping area, so we get to watch them as we pass by. I must come back here tomorrow to get good pictures in the morning light! From the lake we head up a small hill, back into forested area, we have drove for about 10 minutes, I hope once we drop the guy back at the Rangers post we can find this place again, there are no signposts and many small dirt roads in all direction! I make mental notes, right at the broken tree, left at that rock, jeez, Im ...

Hakuna matata

A travel blog entry by wanderlust83 on Feb 21, 2014

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... which quite rare to see so we were very lucky...and then just as we were returning from our evening game drive, I banged on the top of the 4x4 to stop it and in my sheer delight with myself pointed out a male Lion enjoying the last of the evening light. It was what everybody had been hoping to see that day so I quickly regained my A-dele status and couldn't help the broad grin set in as the other safari tours lined up behind us to admire 'my' Lion! We had fun ...


A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on Jan 30, 2014

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... this feeling as I have been on boats my whole life and never had a lick of a problem but this was quite a small boat in a big big Ocean. Also our 90 minute ferry ride turned into a ride well over two hours. Zanzibar is a neat in the sense that it is a nation within a nation so even though it is part of Tanzania it has quite a bit of independence. It is also 97% Muslim and the island was filled with mosques and us girls had to be sure to cover our knees and shoulders in respect. ...