Take your time to discover the beauty of Arusha city from Clock tower (the half way between Cairo Egypt to Johannesburg South Africa) and take walking to Maasai Market, proceed to Arusha Declaration monument and museum, central market to learn different African spices, vegetable and fruits, visit Arusha City bus terminal, then later drive to Cultural Heritage Centre for shopping and visit Snake park and Maasai boma at the same place (option to visit snake park) after enjoying different kinds of snake, birds, crocodiles, tortoise etc drive back to your hotel.
- Car, guide fee, entrance fee
- Walking and drive
- Shopping time
- Possible to customize the tour
- Mineral water during tour
- Lunch or dinner in town (option and extra charges direct)
Arusha city, Tanzania is the country’s safari capital located in the north of the country. It has a population of 427,185 plus 323,198 in the surrounding Arusha District ( 2012 census). This city is located on a plateau in the Great Rift Valley amidst the Serengeti plains, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, Tarangire National Park, and Mount Kilimanjaro.
Arusha is a small town nestled in the shadow of Mount Meru with commanding views of the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro. Although Dar es Salaam is larger, Arusha tends to be visited more by tourists as it is the gateway to the northern safari circuit to Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara, Tarangire, and Arusha National Park. The closest park to this City is Arusha National park. It is likely to be the start of your adventure to the famous parks of northern Tanzania.
Colourful and fragrant food and vegetable markets Tengeru or Usa River will amaze you with a vast variety of well-known as well as unusual products. Visit the clock tower, which marks the centre of Africa.
Take a look at the archaeological artefacts in the old Boma German museum. Explore the local art scene and cultural souvenir markets.
Visit graves of Polish war refugees in Tenguru, where a local guide will present the significance of this cemetery.
Stop around the town and soak in its unique vibe, whether sipping a local beer or indulging your palette in local food. Arusha is a town worth visiting, a great day to spend between the bush adventures.