Biking does not get better than what is available in Tanzania. One of the best ways to explore Arusha and it’s surrounding villages is by bicycle.This gives you the freedom to explore quite village roads and trails. In some areas like Manyara area,cycling is a popular form of local transport..
HOT AIR BALLOON TOUR
Serengeti Balloon Safaris brings guests on unforgettable hot air balloon rides, and it’s one of the best ways to view the wildlife unobtrusively. Thanks to its gentle winds and predictable weather patterns, the Serengeti offers perfect hot air balloon conditions nearly every day of the year, so it’s an option for almost any trip.
ngiresi cultural tour
Ng'iresi Village is situated 7 kilometers out of Arusha on the green and steep slopes of Mount Meru. The inhabitants of the village are all farmers of the Wa-arusha tribe. The Wa-arusha are family of the Maasai, but have gradually shifted from pastoralism to agriculture.
Lake Duluti is a small crater lake east of Arusha just 10 minutes drive along the Moshi road. A nature trail around the lake is a sanctuary for over 130 different bird species including kingfishers, osprey, buzzards, eagles, doves, storks and babets.
kilimanjaro day hike tour
Marangu Route is the coolest route on Mount Kilimanjaro. Its ascension shape is very slow and steady, letting for effortless hiking for most of the way. However, due to its status as a cool route, Marangu Route is often designated by unprepared, inexpert climbers. Similarly, only about 35 percent of the folks really make it to the Uhuru Peak the top.
coffee & cheese tour
A perfect day out to discover the local culture of the Arusha region. The Mulala village is a typical rural setting on the southern slopes of Mount Meru, surrounded by spectacular views.It lies at about 1.700m above sea level and you wind your way up to the mountain through a maze of lush, green vegetation dotted with small farms.
Day trip to Mkomazi National Park
Mkomazi is a vital refuge for two highly endangered species, the charismatic black rhino and the sociable African wild dog. Nomadic by nature, wild dog might be seen almost anywhere in the park, however the black rhino are restricted to a fenced sanctuary, ensuring their safe keeping for the enjoyment and prosperity of future generations.