Why Arusha?
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What We Love
  1. Gateway to Tanzania’s greatest wildlife destinations
  2. A wide selection of boutique-style hotels
  3. Coffee tours to nearby plantations
  4. Cultural hub with vibrant local markets
  5. Game drives in the nearby Arusha National Park
  6. Easy add-on to a Zanzibar itinerary

Why Arusha?

Welcome to Arusha! The city’s bustling streets, buzzing markets & vibrant nightlife offers visitors a wide selection of boutique-style hotels, culture & endless activities.

Experience While the city is often only a stopover for many as it acts as the gateway to Tanzania’s greatest wildlife destinations, a day or two in the city will treat guests to an inside look at one of the country’s flourishing metropolises.

Kilimanjaro International Airport is only a short 20-minute drive from the domestic Arusha Airport, so visitors can conveniently fly directly from Zanzibar, making the Arusha region an easy add-on to a Zanzibar itinerary.

Activities As one of the oldest towns in Tanzania, this cultural hub with its traditional markets, museums, pulsating nightlife & an array of restaurants, offers its visitors a long list of exciting day trips & activities.

Guests can sample coffee at one of the nearby plantations, shop at a local market or do a day trip to the nearby Arusha National Park to get a ‘safari taste’ before heading off to one of Tanzania’s major wildlife destinations such as the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park or Lake Manyara.

Other day tours & activities include cycling along the river to local villages, swimming in natural hot springs, horse riding, canoeing or playing a round of golf.

When To Travel Arusha city is a year-round travel destination, although it has 2 wet seasons & 2 dry seasons. The long, rainy season is from March to May, & most of the annual rainfall occurs in these months. The short rainy season is in November & December. The long, dry season is from June to October, & August is typically the driest month of the year. The short, hot dry season is in January & February with sporadic rains.

The best time to visit Arusha National Park is from June to October, during the dry season when it is easier to spot wildlife.

The best months to climb Mount Meru are from June to February & the best climbing seasons for Mount Kilimanjaro are from January to February and June to October. June through October is the peak climbing season due to the summer holidays, so there are more trekkers on the mountain.

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