The first thing you'll see when you come out of the airport is Mount Kilimanjaro.
The mountain is the highest in Africa and will be there waiting to welcome you on your epic journey.
Stay at The
Gran Melia Arusha Hotel
The Gran Melia Hotel will give you a sense of pure tranquility and spectacular views.
It is an oasis within Arusha set out on a beautiful coffee and tea plantation overlooking Mount Meru.
Dinner at the SkyBar Restaurant
The restaurant is located on the top floor of the hotel and has views of Mount Meru, the second-highest mountain in the country. It serves a menu of Peruvian-Spanish fusion.
Go on a Mount Kilimanjaro Day Hike
Enjoy a 2-hour hike in Kilimanjaro National Park allows you to experience what climbing the mountain
is like without having to make the grueling 5 to 9-day trek to the peak.
Dinner at The river trees restaurant
In keeping with the nature of the place, the Rivertrees restaurant specializes in gourmet French countryside cuisine, and many of the ingredients are picked fresh from its gardens.
See Flamingos at Lake Manyara National Park
Lake Manyara National Park is renowned for the abundance of flamingos and is one of Africa's premier bird-watching destinations.
Dinner at The
Enjoy an amazing meal overlooking the city, at the Onsea Restaurant the restaurant combines local ingredients with classic French techniques.
see the Materuni Waterfalls
The Materuni Waterfalls tour is a very easy half-day walking trip, where you can enjoy both the falls and the lush forest beyond.
Go on a
The tour begins with a guided walk around one of Arusha's premier coffee plantations, including an opportunity to taste the final product.
See a Traditional Dance Demonstration
Experience a one-hour traditional dance and music demonstration by the energetic and professional Tanzanian dancers from the Cultural Arts Centre at Tumaini.
Dinner at The Blue Heron Restaurant
Sit on the leafy verandah or out back in one of the bamboo-shaded swings, to enjoy a menu ranging from paninis to beef tenderloin while you watch the sunset.
Take a private Flight to Serengeti National Park
Get ready for your African safari adventure.
The flight from Arusha to the Serengeti only takes 2 hours.
Stay at The Four Seasons Safari lodge
The Four Seasons Serengeti is the Most Luxurious Safari lodge in Tanzania.
Enjoy an Exciting Bush Dinner
Sit down for a torchlit barbecue dinner in the middle of Serengeti National Park, while gazing up at the stars under the watchful protection of Maasai warriors.
Go on a Half-Day Safari in The Serengeti
Learn about the bush from those who know it best.
You will see lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephants, and Cape buffalos on this Safari game drive.
Come back from your game drive, and have a hearty lunch, paired with local wines and exotic fruit-flavored desserts.
Dinner at The
Enjoy an authentic African feast around an open-air firepit, with savory grilled dishes and hand-crafted cocktails.
Sunrise hot air balloon
Experience the majestic Serengeti from the sky in a hot air balloon at sunrise.
Short Flight back to Arusha
sit back and enjoy the short flight back to Arusha.
Today is a free day for either shopping or relaxing by the pool.
Dinner at Chinese
The Chinese Whispers is a classically designed restaurant with a large menu of dumplings, eggrolls, and stir fry dishes.
Short Drive to
Enjoy a ride in a private, air-conditioned minivan to Lake Duluti, a small crater lake just outside of Arusha.
out on the Lake
Take a guided canoe ride, exploring the surroundings of the lake, and observing the lizards, birds & monkeys that live there.
Lunch at the
Boasting a garden and bar, this restaurant is slightly hidden amid the wooded slopes of Mount Meru, near the shores of Lake Duluti, and specializes in traditional Tanzanian fish dishes.
dinner at The Fig and Olive Restaurant
The Fig and Olive restaurant features amazing food all within a beautiful, yet rustic environment and specializes in Mediterranean cuisine.
Visit the Arusha
Natural History Museum
This museum is among one of the best in the country and showcases the natural history, wildlife, culture, and artifacts of the Arusha region.
dinner at spices and herbs restaurant
Enjoy Ethiopian dishes served atop injera (fluffy, slightly sour flatbread), which you’re encouraged to eat all with your hands!
at the Sheikh Amri Track
You'll head to Arusha Emusement and Go-Karting for some laps around the track.
This is a great excursion for the thrill-seeker or competitive person.
Shop at the Maasai market
The Maasai Market is centrally located near the Clock Tower in Arusha and is the perfect place to pick up your handmade Tanzanian souvenirs.
Dinner at the Arusha Coffee Lodge
Savor locally inspired, upscale dishes while sipping wine by the inviting open logged fires in this elegant restaurant.
Rest & Reflect
Congratulations you've done it!
You’ve explored both Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti.
Now it's time to sit back and reflect on your journey.
Saba Saba Restaurant
Saba Saba is a tasteful and stylish restaurant that invites you to relax and enjoy the local, fresh cuisine of Tanzania.
Kilimanjaro 🡢 Home. After breakfast at the hotel, we will transport you to, Kilimanjaro International Airport, to get you back home.