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Tour ID:121856
Ages:16 - 70
People on trip:2
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Arrival:Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO)
Dates are flexible
Prices are Per Person

Seasonal Information

1st Jun - 30th Jun
1st Jul - 31st Oct
1st Nov - 19th Dec

Get to know the natural beauty of Tanzania on this trip like no other. Safari in some of the world’s richest ecosystems, like the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater; experience the fizzing cultures of the historic Arusha and Zanzibar and end your adventure with three days of paradise in the Spice Islands. Every stop on this explorer’s itinerary is couched in its environment, seeking to minimise the distance between you and the natural world – while still affording a luxurious escape.

Example Itinerary

(B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner

Disembark for a warm welcome at Kilimanjaro Airport from an andBeyond team member who will transfer you to Elewana Arusha Coffee Lodge. Your stay in a plantation suite will delight the senses, nestled within Tanzania’s largest coffee plantation. These spacious suites are resplendent with four-poster beds, a split-level seating area, and ceiling fans. Help yourself from the personal bar and relax by the open fire or sit on your private veranda and survey the charming rows of coffee bushes that populate the lodge’s grounds. The lodge is built around a glimmering pool, with a flourishing garden terrace ideal for slow lunches. The Grill Room whips up exquisite international fare, flavoured with local influences and cooked with fresh ingredients.

Arusha may be the gateway to safari in Tanzania’s national parks, but this vibrant town brims with plenty of energy, culture and history of its own. You’ll be hard pushed to decide how to spend a day – a tour of the magnificent coffee estate, perhaps? Or venture into Soko Kuu, the central market, for a sensory explosion. The aroma of fresh spices, beautiful Maasai handicrafts and striking textiles vie for your attention. Arusha’s Natural History Museum, meanwhile, is impressive and provides a fascinating insight into the German colonisation of the city as well as how archaeology in the area has been influential in our understanding of human evolution. Arusha National Park nearby has Africa’s largest giraffe population as well as offering canoe game viewing. The vibrant community of animals here is the perfect way to whet your appetite for the safari to come.

Recommended activities (at additional cost):

  • Coffee Estate Tour
  • Natural History Museum
  • Arusha National Park
  • Cultural Heritage Centre

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