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Once in Arusha, a sightseeing tour through the vibrant city is essential.
Enjoy this magnificent view of the majestic Mount Meru!
Discover African hospitality at a typical market.
Browse around and you'll find some souvenirs for your loved ones at home.
Explore the city’s main sights
Incl. lunch at a local restaurant
The experience can be booked in combination with the Highlights of Northern Tanzania roundtrip.
A trip to Arusha is an experience for all your senses. This eclectic sightseeing tour will show you all the essential attractions of lively Arusha. Learn firsthand about the everyday life of the Tanzanians - the delicious Arabica coffee grown in the surroundings is part of it, of course!
Surrounded by magnificent landscapes and vibrant national parks, Arusha is the ideal starting point for exciting safaris in the region.
But wait. There's more.
The city center has a lot to offer. With a seasoned guide, you will follow the traces of the German Colonial Era and visit the German Fortress and the Natural History Museum. Afterward, you can stroll through a local market and, depending on the time frame, try a delicious Arabica coffee in a typical coffee house before being spoiled with a traditional lunch in a local restaurant.
Start: approx. at 8 AM
Duration: approx. 4 hours (without lunch)
The best time to take this tour is during the Highlights of Northern Tanzania roundtrip, on day 10 (stay in Arusha).
As of June 1st, 2019, the use of disposable plastic bags is forbidden in Tanzania and will be punished. The ban will also apply to passengers at airports and land borders, both for common, duty-free bags (such as plastic bags in hand luggage) or checked baggage.
Strict controls must be expected on entry. Ziplock bags, which are mainly used for cosmetics, are also subject to this ban. We recommend transparent pouches (e.g., with zippers), which are designed for prolonged use and do not qualify as 'disposable items.' The use of plastic bags for purchases in the country is also prohibited.