Tips & Tricks
CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Arusha: Arusha Car Rental & Safaris: +255 782 411 622 Gladiola Safari Car Rental: +255 754 409 437 Mil Adventure Africa: +255 784 954 371 Savannah 4WD: +255 754 897 997 Serena Car Hire & Tours: +255 754 286 066 Shika Tours & Car Hire: […]
Serengeti National Park is a national park located in northwest Tanzania (to the west of the Mount Kilimanjaro region). The Park covers Tanzania’s Mara and Simiyu regions (an area of 14,750 sq, kilometers), and is known for the annual migration of over 1.5 million white-bearded wildebeest and 250,00 zebras, as well as numerous Nile Crocodiles […]
AIM Mall (Dodoma Road, Highway A104, Arusha) – this is the closest there is to a real shopping mall in Arusha. Along with various retailers (from electronics to apparel, jewelry, etc.), there’s a food court offering various types of cuisines, a movie theater, and a kids play area.
And Beyond Klein’s Camp (Lobo, Serengeti National Park) — located in the northern Serengeti in a 10,000 hectare private sanctuary bordering Serengeti National Park to the west, Klein’s Camp is set on the edge of the Kuka Hills overlooking the wildebeest and zebra migration corridor linking the Serengeti and the Masai Mara in Kenya. It […]
Arusha Declaration Museum (Makongoro Road by Uhuru Roundabout, Arusha) – this museum celebrates the country’s independence from British colonialism in 1961. It also highlights Tanzanian leader Julius Nyerere’s 1967 declaration calling for African self-reliance, socialism, and ujamaa (familyhood) — the philosophy that would guide Tanzania’s national development. The museum also chronicled the country’s colonial era […]
Arusha (town) – the Tanzanian city of Arusha, whose population is over 400,000, is the capital of the Arusha Region and a hub for the area’s tourism. Arusha is within driving distance of eco-tourist destinations, like Mount Meru, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tarangire National Park, and Mount Kilimanjaro. Arusha has also earned its place […]