Arusha National Park (Day Trip)

The park is just 32 kms away from Ashura Town. This park consists of three spectacular features, The Momella Lakes, Meru Crater and Ngurdoto Crater. On clear days, magnificent views of Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru can be seen. The park is famous for its 400 species of bird life, both migrant and resident. Also the Black & White Colobus Monkey. Baboons, elephants, giraffes, buffalos, hippos, leopards, hyenas and antelope species are also found in this park. Due to its proximity to Ashura town, it is an ideal place for a day excursion. Suplement Excursions Include; Walking safari with an armed ranger and Canoe ride (Momella Lake)

Arusha Town Tour

Pick up from Arusha town / Hotel and drive to the Arusha Museum, spend an entire hour learning about the history of Arusha, proceed to Tanzanite Museum exploring the exquisite Tanzanite gemstone which is only available in Tanzania, proceed for hot lunch at selected restaurant (own arrangements), post lunch drive to the local market, on foot with your guide explore the entire market, later on proceed for a guided coffee tour, walk around the coffee plantation farm, after the coffee tour proceed to a local souvenir shop for shopping (own arrangements), proceed to a local supermarket for last minute shopping (own arrangements), then drive back to Arusha town / Hotel for drop off.

Snake Park & Maasai Museum

The snake park is located 25km west of Arusha on the route to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater.

The snake park provides various activities, take a guided tour and learn about some of the most dangerous snakes in the world, from the Black and Green Mamba, Egyptian Cobra, Puff Adders and many more. Capture your special moment and hold a real live snake. Check out the 3m plus crocodiles at feeding time and touch a baby crocodile.

You can also enjoy your personal Maasai guide who will take you on a spectacular tour of the Maasai Cultural Museum, to jumping on a camel and going on safari to the local village.

Visit the Free Education Centre, where the local Maasai have the opportunity to learn how to read and write and further their education in many different ways.

Full day Village Tour + Local Lunch

Tengeru is located 12 km from Arusha town, along the Arusha – Moshi road. The tour includes the below activities.
– A glimpse of Meru culture
– A visit to a local farms owned and managed by members of the Patandi Women’s Group
– A guided tour to the legendary Chief’s compound to see his handicrafts and artifacts.
– A visit to the local school
– A taste of locally prepared coffee and learning about the bio-gas Plant

Marangu Waterfall Tour

At the base of Mt Kilimanjaro, surrounded by lush landscapes, lie hidden waterfalls. After a short drive to one on the most popular waterfall sites, Marangu, it is possible to explore the forest and discover the waterfall on foot. After hiking and descending through the stunning, green landscape for approximately one hour, you will reach a huge waterfall. Here you will have the opportunity to swim and take a break for lunch (own arrangements) in this beautiful valley.

Lake Chala Tour

By travelling in extraordinary Tanzania we come to the most beautiful and remote places like this. Lake Chala, a Crater Lake in Kilimanjaro Area just about 2 hours drive from Arusha where one can walk around the lake and see the wild life living in the area while having fabulous views of Kilimanjaro at the same time! you can also swim in the lake and a take a canoe ride. A lovely place to visit if you like to relax in a tranquil area.

Dar es Salaam

Sandbank Picnic

Visit Mbudya and/or Bongoyo, Dar es Salaam’s isolated sandbanks in it’s rich coastline. well enjoyed after snorkeling with pristine views of the Ocean.

National Museum

If you are a culture and history enthusiast, then you will fall in love with this museum. established in 1934 and  in the heart of the city, it exhibits the ancient Paranthropus boisei bones of Olduvai, Shiraz city state history and the collection of amazing Tanzanian cultures.

City Tour

A tour of the city’s landmark in half/fullday showcasing the local religious institutions, museums and markets. Gift first hand experience into the daily lives of people in the city and understand what makes it come alive.

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