Sights & landmarks in Arusha

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  • Marcy M
    3 contributions
    We stayed at the school for almost a week. Accommodations were so comfortable and clean, food was plentiful and good, hospitality outstanding. This school is doing remarkable things for high poverty students and making a huge difference in their lives as well as their communities, the country, and the world. Our Rotary Club is proud of supporting the school and sponsoring students there. Definitely an inspirational and rewarding experience!
    Written November 1, 2021
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  • Keith
    Brentwood, CA6 contributions
    We were taken to a typical village and experienced how people live on very little and our able to survive day by day on their ingenuity.
    Written August 7, 2018
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  • luc_robert
    Merelbeke, Belgium201 contributions
    For visiting real Tanzania and Masaipeople, a travel to Engaruka is recommended. The village shows how people lives. The ruins are worth visiting because of the pretty setting. Guiding by a Masai provides a different view on western way of life.
    Written September 17, 2018
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  • 345christine
    Vienna, Austria6 contributions
    It is very impressive what has been achieved in only 10 years. It is realy worth to see the project.
    Written September 17, 2018
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  • mdgdc
    Washington DC63 contributions
    The Sunday Mass is a great way to experience a small piece of people's lives, and it is humbling to see how deep people's faith is. The choir sings beautifully. Both men and women, young and old, participate with deep devotion. People in Arusha are so warm, welcoming, and good-humoured at all times.
    As our safari guide told us at the end of the safari: "You have seen the animals, now see the people".
    Sit towards the back of the church, so as not to disturb the service.
    Written July 25, 2018
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  • SandraAl
    Palos Verdes, CA.237 contributions
    We had a full day before beginning our safari so hired a driver and the first place he took us was here. My first impression was we won't be in here very long because it looked too commercial. We ended up staying for several hours. We purchased quite a few items that first day and then the last thing our safari group did was come here and we purchased more. Prices are better other places but this is convenient. We had a good lunch at their restaurant. The owner is building a center for Jane Goodall and we had the privilege of seeing her! She was meeting with the architects so that was certainly an added bonus.
    Written March 9, 2020
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