A simply must do experience while in arusha that involves an insightful experience visit Shanga, an Elewana initiative based at Arusha Coffee Lodge where physically challenged craftspeople create beautiful necklaces from recycled powder glass beads. This is an incredible business venture that retails throughout Tanzania and abroad, and helps so...Read more
Zanzibar is a great place for shopping and bargain hunting. You will inevitably come across the odd ashtray carved out of a coconut shell but there are enough locally made art and craft to fill a whole suitcase with tasteful souvenirs!
On this half-day tour, your guide will accompany you to local shops around town starting at the kanga...Read more
Watch the full moon with romantic glass of Champagne or red wine, and hear the Indian Ocean Waves shined by falling stars. The party is organized around the FULL MOON every month, usually on Saturday, but not always....Read more
Arusha – the ‘safari capital’ of East Africa- is perched at 1400 meters above sea level, keeping the temperatures and humidity relatively low. All around this important city are some of Tanzania’s greatest delights. Mount Meru towers above Arusha, while even distant Kilimanjaro can be seen on a clear day. Arusha provides the ideal...Read more
Try your hands at arts and drumming, immerse yourself with the music and desings of Zanzibar.
Say ‘jambo’ to the most accomplished craftsmen and women, artists and musicians that Zanzibar has to offer on this handicraft/musical-themed adventure. A stunning melting pot of cultures for centuries, this region boasts an impressive artisan...Read more
Amboni guided tour starts from Tanga City centre through various historical buildings then to kiomoni village, other activities near to Kiomoni village include aggregate preparation, local brew, and lime making, caves is located 8kms from Tanga city on Mombasa road. Outside the caves enjoy a natural forest around and welcoming sounds of monkeys...Read more
The German Colonial Period; Public buildings are solid and impressive making their presence felt wherever they stand. The Germans developed a special colonial architecture for tropical areas that included elements of Arabic design from places like Zanzibar, and made maximum use of local materials such as coral stone, mangroves, timber, sand and...Read more