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30 THING TO DO IN ARUSHA-TANZANIA 1 DAY TRIP US$150 PP @4 TRIPS BY Kim'zebra Adventures & Safaris

Posted by in Tanzania 2019-05-13 12:25:44

There are several ways to get to Arusha. The easiest is to get a direct flight to Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA), which is situated about 46km/29mi from Arusha. Alternatively, you can fly to Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), near Dar es Salaam and get a connecting domestic flight to Arusha Airport (ARK) or Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA).

Arusha is served by two airports. Kilimanjaro International Airport (IATA: JRO) has regular flights to Amsterdam with KLM, and to Addis Ababa, Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar and Nairobi. Kilimanjaro Airport is approximately 60km (45min) from the city Centre. A taxi ride costs USD50 but many airlines run a shuttle service for free or USD10.

Arusha is a moderately safe city by African standards, though precautions should be observed. It is not advisable to walk at night, alone or in groups – cabs are plentiful but fares should always be agreed upon at the start of a journey (cabs have no meters, making it all too easy to exaggerate fares at the end of a journey). Avoid taking motorcycle taxis, especially at night in front of clubs. Thieves easily use this opportunity to rob people. In the city centre (on Sokoine road) and in certain areas (along old Moshi road) there are frequent attacks on tourists, especially when they are walking with their backpacks/bags. Make sure that you take a cab when you are arriving/leaving from Arusha (as gangs usually know when and where backpackers arrive) and avoid taking a bag when walking in town. Foreigners are virtually guaranteed to be approached by touts. This can be intimidating, especially when they latch onto and follow you, but they are usually harmless. In this case do not stop, slow down or make eye contact; simply say “hapana asante” (no thank you) if they ask or offer you anything. You will save yourself a lot of bother if you do not engage them. When walking in any part of the city beyond the central district, it is advisable to take a guide. The bridge on Old Moshi Rd is a particularly notorious mugging spot, and although often patrolled by police it should be avoided if on foot. If you sit alone in the park nearby the bridge, police will usually approach you within a few minutes and insist that you leave.

Arusha can be reached by express coach from Nairobi (Kenya, 6h, daily 08.00 and 14.00 from in front of Parkside Hotel, USD35), Dar es Salaam (12h), and Kampala (Uganda, 17h) with direct services also available from Mwanza, Tanga, and Lushoto. Some companies offer first-class tickets which are slightly more comfortable although it is worth noting that standards are generally comparable with most African bus services. Moshi can be reached in about one hour. There are various shuttle buses between Arusha and Moshi which are more comfortable than coaches. Some of these shuttles can be booked in advance

What to Do in Arusha For a Day


1. Go to Uhuru touch monument
The Uhuru Torch (Swahili: Mwenge wa Uhuru, literally “Torch of Freedom”) is one of the National Symbols of Tanzania. It is a kerosene torch. It symbolizes freedom and light. It was first lit on top of Mount Kilimanjaro on December 9, 1961 by Alexander Nyirenda. [2] Symbolically to Shine the country and across the borders to bring hope where there is despair, love where there is enmity and respect where there is hatred. The Uhuru Torch race takes place every year starting from different places.


Icon of Arusha, Uhuru tourch
2. Arusha’s clock tower is popularly supposed to be situated at the midpoint between Cairo and Cape Town, therefore representing the halfway point between the two termini of the old British Empire in Africa. However, the actual great circle midpoint between these two cities lies in central Congo.


3. Visit Real Maasai Market Curios and Crafts
Tanzania Maasai Market Curio and Crafts shops is located on Fire road, just few meters (less than 150 m) from Clock Tower Arusha on Great North road. Maasai Market in Arusha is a place bustling with activity and a wide selection of souvenirs!!! A real shopping experience


Maasai Marketing
4. Shanga Foundation (hand craft)
Shanga is a successful social enterprise which employs people with disabilities to create unique, high-quality, handmade jewelry, glassware and home wares incorporating recycled materials. These products are sold in Tanzania and all over the world, with profits being reinvested back into developing opportunities to employ more people with disabilities.


Combining an uplifting local community project with unique artistic activities and opportunities to purchase handmade gifts, Shanga has been a favourite Arusha tourist destination since its inception in 2007.
Shanga became part of Elewana in 2017 as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility program, with a ongoing commitment to the people of Tanzania. Elewana Arusha Coffee Lodge is the home of Shanga, which comprises of an open workshop for glass-blowing, weaving, sewing, Tinga Tinga painting, bead-making and metal work, with a shop showcasing all Shanga’s handmade products.
Developing new activities is a fun process, prototyping, preparing & practising. Seeing it all come together is exciting. Making a mobile using recycled items was part of the fun


Shanga foundation
5. Tengeru culture tourism
Tengeru is a market-town[1] in the Arusha Region of northern Tanzania. Located below Mount Meru on the eastern edge of the eastern branch of the Great Rift Valley, surrounding Lake Duluti, Tengeru has a temperate climate. The town is just thirteen kilometers east of the city of Arusha .
We have special tours for you., come and see what we serve our customer/visitors. book with us soon as possible we will make you wonder. With long term experience of 15 years. Make a cycling around street up to the Waterfalls with our professional tour guides who will get to give you unforgettable experience about the community lives while shows lots of attraction which will draw you attention indeed .This is only about Tengeru cultural Tourism Programme, Warmest welcome


Tree planting nearly to meru
6. Karting & racing
Here’s all we can offer! We’ll soon be introducing PAINTBALL, Are you not excited!? Tag your friends so they can also stay updated and know what we have to offer!


Go-Karting

Cultural tourism
7. Arusha Kid sports

Fun retreat
Featuring water sports facilities and a sun terrace with a swimming pool, Fun Retreat is located in Arusha, 3.9 km from Njiro Complex and 7 km from Old German Boma. 8 km from Arusha Central Market, the property is also 8 km away from Uhuru monument. The resort has a garden and features a children’s playground.
We have all that your kids need. Bring them so as they have the times of their lives. Only at Arusha Amusement (Go- Karting) and fun retreat


Kid sports
8. Volunteer in Tanzania, Arusha: Sports Coaching
Volunteer in Tanzania Football (soccer) is a passion of most children in Tanzania. However, most children play without basic equipment like shoes, they have no goal nets and most lack direction. Volunteers with football training or basic skills are welcome into the coaching projects in Arusha.
As a volunteer in Tanzania, you will experience a totally different culture and give back to the children by creating organized sports activities. Come share your passion and skills with eager children in this community.
In this program you will participate in football practice sessions including coaches and referees coaching, the evaluation and monitoring of players, players and coaches database development, football tournaments organization, visits to schools for the promotion of football, fundraising and sponsors search and the filming of videos and taking pictures during coaching sessions and games, among other responsibilities.
Contact; info@abroaderview.org

We highly recommend you to bring your laptop and camera. Donations of sports equipment is needed: most children play football barefoot
!*Volunteers need a Tourist Visa to enter Tanzania (US$100) you can get it at the Tanzania airport. *Once in the country all volunteers must apply for a “Volunteer Permit” is US$250. All participants in the Tanzania program must secure a permit to volunteer.z

9. Shop on Central Arusha Market
Arusha’s crazy Central Market, where you can expect to see anything and everything African and can also expect to be confused, amazed, and overwhelmed as enthusiastic guides lead you around the maze of shops and show you local spices and fabrics, Massai medicines, carved wood wares, jewelry, artwork, and every kind of food you can imagine, asking only for their eager help that you tip them as generously as you possibly can to support them and their families, which of course you do because quite honestly they are funny,


Arusha Marketing
10. Via Via Arusha movie center
Cultured and laid-back, with the best soundtrack of any restaurant in Arusha, this place along the river behind the Natural History Museum.

Via via Arusha is a lively cultural cafe, a restaurant and bar as well as a popular meeting spot that is located in the CBD of the city of Arusha – Tanzania.



Via Via Cafe – Arusha | Restaurants in …afktravel.com
11. Aim mall Arusha for movies
Rent from people in AIM Mall, Arusha, Tanzania from $20/night. Dear customers please find revised Regal Cinemax SCHEDULE from January to December, cinema listings film trailers arusha. Karibu Sana.


Watching a recent movies
12. GOLF & GOLF-COURSES

In Cameleon Golf House you will directly stay at hole 6 of the exclusive 18-hole Champions Golf course of the Kilimanjaro Golf Club. Website: www.kiligolf.comFrom almost every hole you have magnificent views of both the highest and the second highest mountain in Africa (Tanzania): Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m) with its snowy crest ánd Mount Meru (4,565 m). Both are extinguished and inactive volcanoes. For golf play rounds, renting golf clubs, caddies and other, we kindly ask you to sign up at the clubhouse (a 5 minutes walk from Cameleon Golf House) before you start playing.


Golf ground
13. GOLF in Arusha

If you would like to visit another golf course, you can play a round in Arusha at the Gymkhana Golf Club (founded 1940, 9 holes) which is located +/- 30 km from Cameleon Golf House.

Address:Kanisa Road, Arusha.Be sure to request starting times by E-mail: info@arushagymkhanaclub.com or: arushagymkhanaclub@gmail.com Website: www.arushagymkhanaclub.com
T: +255 782 777 077 The green fee is US $ 100, == / per person.

14. GOLF in Moshi

1 Day Trip US$150-300 Per Person

Another great option is to play golf the Moshi Golf Club (founded 1920, 9 holes) in Moshi which is situated at +/- 60 km from Cameleon Golf House.

Address:Located on the left side of the A23 direction Moshi just before entering Moshi (at the first roundabout left and immediately left again). Before you play, in the clubhouse settle the green fee ad. Tsh. 15.000, == (18 holes per day). T: +255 272 755 851 Website: www.moshigolfclub.wordpress.com/contact

15. Go for Tanzanite Shopping
Tanzanite/Ruby – “The King of Gemstones”, is the symbol of passion, making it an ideal romantic gift. It is often associated with the objects of desire, wealth and success. For Orders Call / Whatsapp +255 768512626 Follow @tanzanitesource for Gems & Jewelry


Tanzanite
16. Lakes Momella

1 Day Trip US$250-300 Per Person
Visit a momella lakes “Big momella & Small momella. The largest of several alkaline lakes that are located inside Arusha national park of northern Tanzania. It serves as a tourist hospot, with several animals. Canoeing on Momella Lakes Day Tour from Arusha Town is a scenic Guided Canoeing Safari on the Small Momella Lake inside Arusha National Park


Momella lakes at Arusha National Parks
17. Farmers Market – Nane Nane Day
Kim’zebra Adventures wishing you all a Happy Nane Nane Day (Farmer’s Day)! We want to thank the farmers of Tanzania for farming. Good crops to have a whole country. Day 1 at Nane Nane ground Njiro, Arusha in Tanzania. team will be here for 10 days educating visitors about autism and other cognitive challenges. Visit us at Arusha City to learn more about Agriculture . For queries and inquiries call or email us hello@kim.tours

Ngorongoro crater view

Kinukamori waterfall at moshi


Lake Duluti







Zipline at Mto wa Mbu
Quad at Mto wa Mbu
Zipline at Mto wa Mbu
Bike at manyara
Eco tourism- our friends learn to Cook Africa food
Coffee Production
Miserani snake Park
Lake Duluti – Canoeing
Shanga foundation
Karting
Cultural heritage
Maasai curiou
Delicious Local food

Fig tree ficus thonniingii at Arusha Park





Lake manyara hot spring

Black and white colabus
Momella lakes
Mount Kilimanjaro camp
Maasai Marketing
Ruby minestrone
Spice shop at Arusha Marketing
Meru waterfall
Cultural heritage
Arusha Declaration Museum
Themi waterfall fitness hike
Themi garden
19. Go for waterfall “Themi waterfall fitness hike ”
This weekend we are enjoying the Themi waterfall followed by eating and drinking at Themi Falls Leisure Park gardens. Come and join us. It’s a great way to ease yourself into a stress free weekend.
Also we offer the best, friendly and affordable campsite in the city.
All inquiry call us on +255 768512626
E-mail: hello@kim.tours Website: www.kim.tours

20. Buy Souvenirs in Maasai Market
Maasai Handicraft Market, Arusha, Tanzani



Arusha, Tanzania – At Mt Meru Curios …trover.com

21. Try Nyama Choma or Samaki in Local Restaurant
Caffeine & Fifi Restaurant – Fifis is best place in arusha for coffee/breakfast/lunch and dinner, free Wi-Fi


22. Mount Meru in Arusha National Park

1-4 Day Trip US$450-900 Per Person
Tanzania’s second highest mountain is much more
than just a “warm up” trek for Kilimanjaro.
Mount Meru is an active (but dormant) volcano located north of Arusha in Tanzania. At 4562 metres it is Tanzania’s second highest mountain and the fourth highest mountain in Africa. The mountain became well known mainly because it is only 70 km from Mount Kilimanjaro:
Mt. Meru has become a popular “warm up” trek for Kilimanjaro climbers.


Mount Meru
Mt. Meru is indeed the perfect preparation for a Kilimanjaro climb. It offers you a taste of what you can expect on Kili:

You trek in a group with porters, cook and guides,
you climb through different vegetation zones over several days,
you start your summit attempt around midnight and reach the peak around sunrise,
and you then descend an awesome 2000 metres on the same day, very similar to your Kilimanjaro summit day.

Most importantly, at a height of 4562 metres (14967 feet) Mt. Meru requires your body to make changes to adapt to the altitude. It’s called acclimatisation and as a result you will be much better prepared for you Kilimanjaro climb. That altitude acclimatisation is the main reason why people climb Mount Meru and Kilimanjaro together. I think it is a shame that so many people who visit Tanzania and Kilimanjaro view Meru only as a warm up trek for Kilimanjaro.
Mount Meru is a very rewarding trek in its own right.
And it is also a challenging climb. Do not underestimate it!


The height is certainly enough to bring on altitude sickness if you ascend too fast. And bad weather can make the trek along the knife edge ridge of the crater rim a positively dangerous undertaking.

23. Visit Maserani Snake Park
It’s very fantastic to have tour on that place. There is a lot of things to learn about. dont miss that opportunity.


24. Go for Canoeing on Lake Duluti
CANOEING AT LAKE DULUTI. The only place you can do canoeing in Arusha is lake Duluti. Its real nice experience, any one can be lead and do it oneself, very easy. It was my first day and I did it from the beginning to the end. You are welcome. Book your tour via hello@kim.tours


25. Arusha Declaration Museums
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Arusha Declaration Museum! The Museum was founded on the 10-year anniversary of the Arusha Declaration, which was drafted 50 years ago, in 1967. It was at the museum that the National Executive Committee of TANU met to prepare the Arusha Declaration document, which proposed the National Policy of Socialism and Self-Reliance. You can come in to the museum to learn more about this historical event and other events that have shaped the history of our country. International Museum Day is scheduled to be on 18th May, 2019. The Arusha Declaration Museum is pleased to welcome you our esteemed customer(s) to visit the Museum in order to learn more about culture, history and Tanzania’s political economy!!…. come as a group… come as an individual!!! Your most welcome!!



Arusha Declaration Museums
26. Night Club (Cocoriko, Triple A, Club D, lepatio, The Don Club, Cassino etc) Whether you are looking for exciting things to do at night, Arusha has a vibrantnightlife scene with a wide range of clubs and bars.



Enjoying Arusha by night and day – The …theeastafrican.co.ke
27. Cultural heritage
Cultural Heritage is a unique cultural centre on the outskirts of Arusha. We have curio shops, a jewellery boutique, a tanzanite and precious stone counter, a restaurant, bargain centre and outstanding commercial art gallery. We have a vast array of ornaments, jewellery, antiques and local crafts to cater for any budget. High quality clothing, textiles, accessories, books and spices can also be found onsite at Oneway and the Spice Centre.

Our exquisite collection of precious and semi-precious stones – including rubies, emeralds, tsavorite, diamonds, sapphires and opals – is unrivalled across the continent. Of these our most highly treasured is tanzanite – a rare blue/violet stone found only in Tanzania, for which we have an international reputation. Purchase loose stones, select from our ranges of hand made jewellery or work with our jewellers and designers to create your own unique piece.
The only collection of its kind in the world, ranging from African antiques to contemporary painting and sculpture you will be dazzled by our assembly of art and artifacts. Find some of our collections in the central store or come and experience the Gallery; a breath taking feat of engineering and artful display that will leave you awe-struck. Expert assistants are on hand to help you purchase art by emerging African artists or fascinating antiques form across the continent.




Looking for something for your loved ones for Valentines? Visit the Gem Centre at Cultural Heritage, all the Semi Precious and Silver jewelry you can think of an at affordable price. Karibu. A trip to Tanzania is not complete until you experience Tanzanite – it is only mined here outside of Arusha. Our Aggies enjoyed learning more about the beautiful stone from my long-time good friend & owner of The Cultural Heritage Center – Saif. It is THE place to go for Tanzanite shopping.


Cultural heritage
28. Zipline & Canopy walking

1 Day Trip US$250-300 Per Person
Welcome to Tanzania’s only Zipline Adventure Park! NOW OPEN!! Tanzip Zipline Adventure Park is located just outside of Mto wa Mbu village in Tanzania, Africa.


Manyara National Park
29. Go for Bang’ata waterfall
Tourists passing through the region have of late started to gather around the gushing jets of the waterfalls found in the remote Bang’ata village
The place are suitable for swimming, rest, hike etc

30. Visit Arusha National Park

1 Day Trip US$250-300 Per Person
Tanzania Parks Arusha National Park Mount Meru. Fifth highest mount in Africa First hut (Miriakamba hut, 2500masl)
Elevation 4566 meter above the see level . It takes 4 days for the best hiking with great views for your hiking trip to Mount Meru ✈


Horse ride at Arusha National Parks
Wanna visit there?
We can arrange for you a trip starting with this June and you share the experience of African beauty.


Biking at mount meru
For reservation contact us at Kim’zebra Adventures & Safaris E-mail: hello@kim.tours or call +255 768512626 You can also visit our website: www.kim.tours for more offers


Themi waterfall
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Recommended Tipping: USD 20 to 30 per day

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