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This may be considered the better venue in the Arusha area. The grounds are well kept. The rooms are cute, but feel only adequate. I think they try hard...
But, one gets the sense of it being a money grubby operation. It is gawndawful expensive...More
We spent our last 3 safari days in this resort on the outskirts of Arusha (30mins to the town center, 1h to Kilimanjaro airport) to unwind and regain our bearings.
The central building with lounge and dining area is inviting, the outdoors sitting areas are...More
The Arumeru is somewhat off the beaten path, quite a bit outside the center of Arusha. The lodge is pretty close to Arusha National Park and Mt. Meru. The pluses of the lodge include: quiet, beautiful rustic setting, with lots of dik-diks and monkeys running...More
What a lovely place! A little oasis tucked in the middle of a garden. The staff were lovely and breakfast was great, especially when a velvet monkey stole my bread! Little diksdiks graze around you whilst you sunbathe round the pool.
We stayed at Arumeru River lodge for two nights to start our Safari.
The lodge is located in a very nice garden with great pool and the main building looks beautiful. The staff is friendly and nothing to complain about the food.
Spontaneously we booked...More
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Hi, there is lots of options in the area - check out local markets, learn something about coffee, you can go horse riding, there is even a golf course close by. Sure that the lodge will help you to organize. Arusha from my... More
Hi, there is lots of options in the area - check out local markets, learn something about coffee, you can go horse riding, there is even a golf course close by. Sure that the lodge will help you to organize. Arusha from my point of view isn't that pretty, typical African though!
If you were with a Safari company, they would pick you up and drop you at the lodge. If you're traveling on your own, you'll probably need to find transportation to the lodge from the airport. You might want to ask... More
If you were with a Safari company, they would pick you up and drop you at the lodge. If you're traveling on your own, you'll probably need to find transportation to the lodge from the airport. You might want to ask someone at the airport to help you with this so as to get a reliable driver. It's about a 30 to 45 minute ride, most of it on roads through the woods.
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