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1 Day Arusha Photo Walk Tour

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Description

Arusha Photo walk around the developed and fastest growing town. Arusha sprawls near the foot of Mount Meru about 1300 m altitude. It is the safari capital of Tanzania and a major tourism centre. The town is in two parts, separated by a small valley through which the Naura River runs. The upper part, just off the main Moshi to Namanga road, contains the government buildings, post office, top class hotels, safari companies, airline office, curio and craft shops, and the huge international conference centre. Further down the hill and cross the valley are the commercial and industrial areas, the market, many small shops, many of the budget hotels and the bus station

Tour HIGHLIGHTS

Guided by a professional and friendly Safari Guide 

Visit Arusha Town  

Transportation in a 4×4 Land Cruiser with a pop up roof 

All National parks fees are included

Transport to and from the airport is included 

Three meals per day are included 

Tour details

Availability:

The main tourist season starts from June to October and December to March, as the weather at this time of year is generally considered to be the best — hot and dry. It’s also when you’ll find the largest concentrations of birdlife on the Rift Valley lakes – Lake Manyara and Lake Natron and the animals in the game parks in Ngorongoro and Tarangire tend to congregate more around the watercourses as other sources dry up, making them easier to spot. This time of the year is when you will witness the Great Serengeti Migration.

Weather:

The average Tanzania weather day temperature is 30C with a possible maximum of 32C, except in the highlands, where the day range is 14C to 10C. There are four discernible seasons: the long rains from mid-March to mid-May, the long dry from mid-May to mid-October, the short rains from mid-October to mid-December and the short dry from mid-December to mid-March. During the wet seasons, the average rainfall is 175 mm per month. Humidity is generally low outside the wet seasons.

Bookings:

You can pay by our online payment system . We also accept payment in cash on arrival or deposit to our bank account 7 days before tour starts. Read our Terms and Conditions

Tour Start:

Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)

Our driver guide will be at the airport holding a paper written your name ready to pick you up and drive to the hotel in Arusha.

Tour Ends:

Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)

Depends on what you wish to do after your Safari (i.e Going on Day Trip or Travel to Zanzibar) our driver guide will drop you off at Kilimanjaro International Airport.

Duration:

1 Day

Tour Type:

Private, Family, Honeymooners, Small Group

Min Age:

4+

Guide Method:

Instructor /Live Guide

Service Level:

Standard Comfort

Travel Style:

Light 

Tour proposal

Tour Itinerary


Once arrived at Kilimanjaro International airport (JRO), our driver-guide will pick you up from the airport arrival gate and then drive you to the Hotel in Arusha town. Once in the Hotel, our Safari guide will meet and pre-briefing you about your upcoming safari adventure and leave you to rest.

Accommodation: Zawadi House Lodge

Transport: Minibus

Meals: B, (Breakfast)

Activity: Airport Transfer

 

Day 1

Arusha Photo Walk Tour

A tour guide from Shizi safaris will meet you at the hotel around 8. 00 am after breakfast in your Hotel and start walking/drive if the hotel is far from town, towards Arusha clock tower.
Here will spot different attractions like the Old German colonial place where it was used during the world WW2 then we will walk around the city centre where you can visit the Tanzanite museum and learn about the history and origin of the 1000 times rare gemstones than diamonds and which can only be found in Tanzania.

Just located in the city centre close to the Arusha bus stand and along Sokoine road, this local market is the best place to experience the taste of an African market, you will have a chance to shop several things like spices, fruits, vegetables etc. it is the best way to experience the local lifestyle of the people in Arusha.

Another thing we will see is Declaration Monument which was revealed in 1977 by the country ruling party, Chama cha Mapinduzi for the aim of commemorating the 10 years of Arusha declaration.

It is always safe to go around Arusha town, you will have an experience of real African local town which its people are kind and nice and always call you “mzungu” which means a white person from western countries in English.

After that you will take a public transport to experience the local public transport famous known as “kifodi” and then go to a street food market then you can observe how locals have their special fried goat meat made with a professional street chef.

Later we will take public transport and back to the city centre where you can visit a souvenir market and take your time to shop for the local products made by hands with love from the people of Tanzania before going back to the Hotel and you will have the best day in Arusha city.

Accommodation: Zawadi House Lodge

Transport: Transport: 4×4 safari vehicle

Meals: B, L, D (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Activity: Wildlife Viewing

 

Day 2

Departure Day

After breakfast in the hotel depend on your flight time you can have time to explore or relax and wait for your transfer to Kilimanjaro Airport for your departure flight back home or continue with your holiday in Zanzibar Island. Contact for more details.

Transport: Minibus

Meals: B, (Breakfast)

Activity: Airport Transfer

 

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Accommodation


2 Nights Hotel Accommodation in Arusha Town (Optional)

Total – 2 Nights Accommodation


2 Nights Arusha Town

Meal Plan


We provide three meals per day during your tour and only breakfast during a stay in a booked accommodation. During this tour you will have the following meals plan:

Breakfast – 2
Lunch – 
Dinner – 

For any special dietary requirements e.g vegetarian. Please, Let us know in advance.

Things to Do (Optional)


Hot Air Balloon Ride

Maasai Village Visit

Olduvai Gorge Museum

Arusha Photo Walk

Coffee Tour

Waterfalls Visiting

Kikuletwa Hotspring

Tanzanite Museum Tour

Lake Duluti

Zanzibar Island

Tour Includes


Local Photographer and Friendly English-speaking Guide

Guides Salary Fees

Transport to and from your Hotel

Drinking Mineral Water

Government Taxes

Tour Excludes


Travel/Medical  Insurance

Meals outside your itinerary

Accommodation outside your itinerary

Meals outside your itinerary (Lunch and dinner at your Hotel in Moshi)

International visa for Tanzania Apply Now

International /Domestic Flights

Anything of personal nature

Tips. Tipping guide per group per day, not per person

Guides: US$20 per day. Cook: US$10 per day.

What to Bring


Remember to collect your sunglasses,  hat and lip balm since most of the time you will spend outside and also it is sunny most of the time especially during the dry season from June to October.

Make sure you bring your camera and phone for taking pictures since there will be a socket inside your safari fleet which you can use to charge your gadget all the time of the safari but most important remember to bring your binoculars since sometimes animals might be very far from the road and especially in Serengeti since it is a vast plain and it is always advised to have binoculars for the best game viewing.

You should also bring less in terms of clothes and toiletries especially when it is not camping safari which toiletries are must to bring. Prefer to bring more of no bright coloured clothes since they can attract tsetse fly. Bring casual but comfortable clothes like t-shirt or blouse with long sleeves and collars help to keep you away from mosquitos or tsetse fly as well as a pair of safari trouser and comfortable walking shoes or open sandals.

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General FAQ


WHERE TO STAY ON SAFARI:

Camping out in the bush is, of course, the authentic way of experiencing an African safari. There’s nothing quite like having just a sheet of canvas between you and what you would normally see only on the residents’ side of a zoo. Full-on contact with the bush along with its potential dangers and rewards is surely what you are looking for. Anything more luxurious than this is going to dilute the experience and remove the immediacy of it all.

It’s true there are some beautifully conceived and constructed game lodges and, if you have the money, it’s probably worth spending a night or two at one or another of them though it’s probably true to say they are mainly for those who prefer to keep the bush at arm’s length and a glass of ice-cold beer within arm’s reach. Or for those who are simply on a package tour or short holiday and prefer creature comforts and predictability to the rigours of camping. Read More About Safari Accommodation.


TIPPING CULTURE:

Regardless of whether you go on a camping safari or a lodge safari, the driver/guide and the cook (where provided) will expect a reasonable tip at the end of the journey. Be generous, you may think you have paid a lot of money for your safari but most of it will have gone to national parks, transport and accommodation. The wages of the driver and cooks will have been minimal hence most of them will highly depend on gratuities. Most of the guides will receive USD $ 20  and cooks USD $ 10 per day per group during a safari and it is always appreciated to give more to anyone who made your safari trip more exceptional and with the best experience.


SAFARI FLEET:

Our Safari Fleet are modified Landcruiser 4WD and well designed to give the best safari experience. The fleet (safari jeep) have the pop-up roof, big windows, a cooler box for keeping your cold drinks and 220 Volt electric sockets for battery chargers that will ensure your phones and camera are in full charge during all the safari trip and hence never miss a moment. All our fleet vehicles are always going a routine service after every safari which makes them durable and safe. Safety and comfort are of the utmost importance for us.


SAFETY AND SECURITY:

Tanzania with no doubt a safe country to visit and even more safe when you travel with reputable and registered Tour company. Millions of travellers visit Tanzania each year and there are very rare incidents. At Shizi Safaris all our clients travelling are covered by AMREF Flying Doctors which makes them safe and secure during all the time of safari.

When you are alone and wish to walk around, make sure you do not go to isolated areas or beaches also we are strongly encouraged to use registered taxis with a label or hired drivers from the hotel or other reputable sources for town transportation.


VISA REQUIREMENTS:

Visitors entering Tanzania will require to have a Visa either for single-entry which cost $ 50 and valid for three months or multiple entries for $100 which also last for three months. The following citizens have no visa requirement to enter Tanzania: Botswana, Gambia, Ghana, Hong Kong, Kenya, Leshoto, Malawi, Malaysia, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. As long as you have the cash you can always purchase a Visa at a mentioned price above when entering Tanzania. A visitor will suppose to declare any international currency value more than $ 10000 when entering or exit from Tanzania.


YELLOW FEVER REQUIREMENTS :

You should consult your doctor for a few months in advance as you may need a series of vaccinations. For complete advice on vaccines and medications, do not forget to tell your doctor that you are travelling to Tanzania and participating in an Adventure trip (Safaris or Kilimanjaro Climb). Tanzania only calls yellow fever vaccine for travellers from countries that are infected with yellow fever, such as Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Ethiopia.

It may be necessary for you to present a yellow fever vaccination certificate, which must be kept at all times. However, if there is a health officer present at the passport control for Tanzania (sometimes they are not present), they will ask for your vaccination record and if you do not have it, they will administer it locally. If you come from Dubai, Nairobi and Ethiopia, definitely there will be a health representative there. Therefore, it is important that you have a yellow fever vaccine. No further vaccinations are required to enter Tanzania at present. Malaria is endemic in many parts of Tanzania. While high altitude malaria is not common, malaria medication is strongly recommended for all visitors to East Africa. You should discuss this with your doctor before travelling. Read More About Health in Tanzania.


WHAT TO EXPECT ON TYPICALLY DAY SAFARI:

Every day before going to bed you will have a discussion with our guide on how the day went and how to go about the next day. You can always decide what you wished to experience or see and our guide will give you the best advice on that. At Shizi Safaris we do not restrict our customers b mileage or distance to be covered, you will have the freedom to choose according to your itinerary.

You can start a day early in the morning for the early game drive and your guide will be pointing animals while teaching and explain to you about their behaviour and nature around them. At 10 am you can go back to the camp or lodge for the brunch and after that, you can opt to take a rest in the lodge or continue for a game drive until noon where you will have your lunch box if you are far from the lodge/camp and continue with a game drive until evening where you will get back to your accommodation ready for the dinner and around 9:30 pm is the perfect time for getting to bed which is after a briefing for the next day by your guide.

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Location


Arusha City

Arusha is one of  Tanzania‘s most attractive town. It sits in the lush, green countryside at the roof of Mt Meru (4566 metres) and enjoys a temperate climate throughout the year. Surrounding it are many coffee trees, wheat and maize estates tended by the Waarusha and Wameru tribespeople, whom you may see occasionally in the market area of town. For travellers, Arusha is a gateway to Serengeti, Lake Manyara and Tarangire national parks and the Ngorongoro conservation area. As such, it is the safari capital of Tanzania. Mt. Meru can also be climbed from here.

Arusha is a pleasant town to walk around and take in the sights, and the market area is particularly lively, but the main concern of most travellers will be arranging a safari and taking off for the national parks.

Cancelation Policy


CANCELLATION:

To secure a booking  for this tour, 20% of the total cost should be paid upfront (Can be via Online Payment System or Bank Transfer). Remaining balance should be paid 14 days prior tour departure or with cash on the arrival day. Free cancellation up to 7 days prior departure. Read More About our Terms of Condition.

PAYMENT:

We accept payment via Bank Transfer and Online payment system with credit and debit cards including Visa, MasterCard and Amex. Once make a payment please send us the receipt confirmation and we will confirm your booking immediately. In case you will get any trouble while making payment e.g.. transaction failed. Please Contact us for more assistance.

RESERVATION:

You can also reserve a space without make a payment. Our travel expert will keep in touch while you are waiting to make payment in the future/ arrival days.

CASH:

We accept only TSH, USD, EURO and GBP in terms of cash and it has to be on arrival, one day before starting the tour.

TRAVEL INSURANCE:

We advise you to take out Travel Insurance to cover any unforeseen circumstances. Read More about Travel Insurance while in Tanzania.

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