Day trips are a popular form of recreation and leisure for families or people who are too frail to travel easily or for whom the logistics or cost of a night away from home may be prohibitive.
As you cycle along the rolling foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro through grain fields, you'll very likely see many traditionally dressed Maasai people. They are very welcoming, and children in particular will call out 'Jambo' ('Hello' in Swahili). Our accommodation
Lake Manyara National Park is one of Tanzania's most dramatically located African wildlife animals areas, consisting of a shallow soda lake (covering two-thirds of the park) at the foot of the Great Rift Valley's western escarpment.
Arusha National Park is a relatively small park, covering an area of 137 square kilometers (52.9 square miles), and lies near the town of Arusha. The town and the Park derive their name from the Warusha people who traditionally lived in this area.
Visit the Marangu falls go swimming and experience stunning landscapes. The waterfalls are situated in the Kilimanjaro National Park, to the foot of the Kilimanjaro. About 40 minute drive from Moshi town, from which you have a very nice view on
Tarangire National Park, one of the hidden jewels of Tanzania. This park measures 2,600 sq km's and boasts a concentration of wildlife second only to Ngorongoro Crater. It features an impressive amount and array of birdlife and plant life.
"Chemka" means boiling or bubbling. This beautiful mineral spring that originates from Kilimanjaro ground waters releases bubbles as it comes up into the natural pool surrounded by large fig trees. Here you can swim and snorkel in the transparent warm water