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A Safari in Tanzania

Created by Safiri on October 14, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

4 Reviews
3 Stories

A five-day safari through Tanzania's breathtaking Northern Circuit, including visits to Olduvai Gorge and a Masai boma, as well as the spectacular vistas and wildlife viewing of the Serengeti Plain and Ngorongoro Crater.

Tanzanian Safari

Created by JFSebastian on November 2, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

If you're interested in going on a safari to East Africa, Tanzania is the place to go. With Kilimanjaro, Olduvai Gorge, and the bulk of the Sarengeti Plains at your disposal, Tanzania is a must-see destination.

Bollate Restaurant

Created by arcalb22 on September 2, 2007

1 Review

A nice place where to take lunch or dinner.

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Onsea House: a Belgian Diamond in Arusha

Created by Paul Peeters on May 21, 2007

1 Review

The best Tanzanian experience ever...

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Onsea House

Created by Phillemon on January 22, 2007

1 Review

Our stay at the finest Bed & Breakfast in Arusha.

Tanzanian Adventure

Created by ColoMonica on July 4, 2006

7 Reviews
1 Story

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. We took advantage of a career "hiatus" to do a safari and climb Kilimanjaro.

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Safari in Tanzania

Created by Erin O on November 10, 2005

1 Story

It is a spectacular country with beautiful scenery, friendly people, and loads of activities. We took a safari around the Ngorogoro Crater and saw a tremendous amount of wildlife. There are also other activities such as climbing, anthropological sites, and some extreme sports are also available.

Mt. Kilimanjaro

Created by husain on May 18, 2005

3 Reviews
1 Story

A trip to Arusha and Kilimanjaro, and daily trips to Merarani, the tanzanite mining region. Incredible views of Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru, especially in the evenings.

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Mount Kilimanjaro via the Western Breach

Created by T.Jay on July 31, 2002

2 Reviews

From the very first day on the mountain you are above the clouds and can view their changing patterns with delight. As well as seeing the few, yet beautiful plants that grow on the mountainside.



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