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Category : Arusha City Blog

Stopovers are sometimes unavoidable, but that doesn’t mean you have to be confined to your hotel with Sky News on repeat and a room service burger for company.

Arusha is the gateway to Tanzania’s legendary northern safari circuit and chances are, you’ll find yourself here at some stage on your bush adventure. It might not be as sophisticated as some of the larger cities in East Africa, but we rather like the dusty town with its colorful markets, vibrant stalls and hidden oases.

Here’s information’s about Arusha from our Arusha City Blog…….

Work climate for expats in Arusha

As a foreigner, it is likely that you will have skills that are needed in the country. some private sectors have seen rapid expansion in recent times, and thus there are many work opportunities for those with skills and experience in these certain areas. They are the following: information ...

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Internet Services in Arusha

Internet Service in Arusha town and beyond:  This is the best advice about reliable internet service in Arusha and Beyond! This article is ideal for the people who travel within Arusha or moving permanently to Arusha. If you follow these guidelines you will be able to get a ...

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Arusha Safari City

Welcome to Arusha, the Safari City!  Surrounded by rolling green farmland and enjoying a temperate climate, Arusha lies at the foot of Mount Meru, Africa's fifth highest peak and is the undisputed gateway to the Northern Tanzania safari circuit. Essentially an Arusha safari is the start to some of the ...

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Ngongongare gate in Arusha Park

Altitude: 1400 m.a.m.s.l. One of the entrance gates into Arusha national park that is located on its south eastern border. It serves as a TANAPA administrative checkpoint where permits for entering the park may be obtained or checked - with several facilities on site such as TANAPA offices, toilets, ...

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Kilimanjaro View Point

Altitude: 1870 m.a.m.s.l. A beautiful picnic site on the slopes of mount Meru that provides amazing views of mount Kilimanjaro from afar, but only on a day with clear skies. More reliable views are those of most of Arusha national park's lowlands from an elevated altitude, along ...

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Campsite in Arusha National Park

There are about 3 Campsites in Arusha National Park. They are comfortable and well arranged to cover main parts of Arusha National Park. National Park camp sites located in Arusha National Park: 3 at the foot of Tulisia Hill, 2 km from Momella Gate, and 1 near Ngurdoto ...

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Momella Lakes Viewpoint

Altitude: 1600 m.a.m.s.l. Momella Lakes View point is a picnic site that is situated atop a small hill, a short distance west of the Momella lakes. This makes it one of the few places inside Arusha national park where you could get spectacular views of the Momella lakes - ...

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Water Falls in Arusha National Park

While it is one of the smaller parks, Arusha National Park offers many attractions: Arusha Waterfall and Ngurdoto Crater. While the latter is only three kilometres across, it is so reminiscent of Ngorongoro Crater that the locals call it Ngorongoro’s younger brother. The Momella Lakes are a unique ...

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Ngurdoto Crater in Arusha National Park

Altitude 1824 m.a.m.s.l. (rim)1520 m.a.m.s.l. (floor)Ngurdoto Crater in Arusha National park is One of five beautiful volcanic calderas located inside the northern Tanzania region of Arusha, along with Ngorongoro, Empakaai, Maasai and Olmoti. With an approximate depth of 300 metres and a diameter of 3.2 ...

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Arusha National Park Guide

This is the Arusha National Park Travel Guide. Don't be fooled by the fact that Arusha National Park is small (552 km2). Within its borders, it has a diverse topography and wonderful wildlife. From the rugged peaks of Mount Meru to the marshy depths of the Ngurdoto Crater where warthog ...

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