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Kilimanjaro Airport Transfers: We provide a service that is reliable and affordable in all cities across Tanzania. We make transportation from airports simple with professional drivers and high quality vehicles. As part of your airport transfer with us, one of our professionally-trained drivers will greet you with a name sign in the arrivals hall of the airport, ready to help you with your luggage and guide you to your top of the range vehicle. It is recommended to tell us your flight number so that your driver can make sure they’re picking you up in the correct place and adapt to any changes in your flight’s schedule.
Airport transfers services between Kilimanjaro International or Arusha Airport into all hotels . We also conduct Transfers,drop offs and pick-ups between Moshi tourists destinations and others such as Marangu, Arusha, Ngorongoro, Manyara, Tarangire, Mto wa Mbu, Karatu, Namanga, You can choose to be dropped in either of the following vehicles. We maintain a fleet of well-serviced fully insured vehicles for hire by those clients wishing to explore Tanzania on their own. Those vehicles can also be hired by business people or professionals on short assignments which require constant movement.
Why book your airport Transfer with us?
Our driver will pick you up from inside the airport terminal. As soon as you have collected your baggage you’ll meet your driver who will be holding up a sign with your name on it.
When you are booking an airport pickup we encourage you to enter your flight number. This allows your driver to know exactly where to pick you up if there are multiple arrival areas.
FREE WAITING TIME
Once you have arrived at the airport there is up to 120 minutes free waiting time included in each booking – depending on your booking class. We understand it can often take longer.
Enjoy an air conditioned vehicle private transfer from the Airport to your hotel or resort in Arusha, Moshi, Karatu and other areas. Our Arusha airport transfers includes: Mount Meru Hotel, Kibo Palace Hotel, New Arusha Hotel, Gran Melia, Kili Villa, River Trees, Ngarasero, Mvuli Hotel, and all other Hotels in Arusha town.
We want to show you the most beautiful places in our land:Transfers/Guided Tours to: Arusha National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Kilimanjaro National Park, Cultural Tours in Arusha, All waterfalls in Arusha, and Moshi, Day tours, Safari Turs, and much more in andaround Arusha.
Airport transfers to your Apartment or resort in Arusha, Moshi, Karatu and other areas. Our Arusha airport transfers includes: Dexter Homes, Cape of good Hope Vacation home, Rayan anartmens & Safaris, Kibo Palace apartments, Kundayo Serviced apartments, Tellamaande farm House and many others
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Kilimanjaro Airport FAQ
YES! Free unlimited WiFi is available at Kilimanjaro Airport.
The best way to get from Arusha to Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO) without a car is to taxi which takes 48 min and costs $25 – $50. How long does it take to get from Arusha to Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO)? It takes approximately 26 min to get from Arusha to Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO), including transfers.
YES YOU CAN, but There are only a few countries whose citizens can travel to Tanzania visa-free, for a stay of up to 90 days. All other foreign travelers are first required to obtain one of the Tanzania visa types in order to travel to the country.
YES! You can see Kilimanjaro from KIA airport. Also you can see Kilimanjaro from Usa river and along most of the road from Arusha to Moshi.
The maximum length of consecutive time for American nationals staying in Tanzania is 90 days Per Entry. A multiple-entry visa is valid for a maximum of 1 year after arrival, but you must depart Tanzania at least once every 1 year after arrival and then re-enter.
Top Safari tours from Arusha
When staying in Arusha, we recommend experiencing some of the surrounding Arusha attractions and cultural activities before your Northern Tanzania safari to Serengeti (wildebeest migration), Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire. You may hike Mount Meru or Mount Kilimanjaro to experience a full day trek or multiple days climb, or even explore Arusha National Park for an adventurous canoeing experience on Momella Lakes combined with a game drive. End your trip with a Swahili cultural tour and beach holiday in Zanzibar.
Kilimanjaro Airport Transfers to Hotels in Arusha
We offer transfers from Kilimanjaro and Arusha airport and to hotels in Arusha and Moshi. We also offers transfers from hotels from arusha and Moshi to Kilimanjaro airports at affordable prices. The company allows for online booking, where you can get online pricing, availability and confirmation. This is a guaranteed Kilimanjaro and Arusha Airports Pickups with no waiting charges. Assuring you of on time waiting and Pick up with Clean, comfortable cars, Branded and non branded Cabs for all your taxi Ride transfers to and From Kilimanjaro airport.
Taxi and Shuttles from Kilimanjaro Airport To: Mount Meru Hotel, Mrimba Palm Hotel, Africa Safari Arusha, The Charity Hotel Iinternational, Venus Premier Hotel, Green Mountain Hotel, Arusha backpackers Hotel, Tulia Boutique Hotel & Spa, Gran Melia Arusha, New Hotel Aquiline, Graceland Hotel, Four Points by Sheraton Arusha, The African Tulip, Arusha Planet Lodge, Fan Retreat Resort, The Lodge Tellamande, Meru House Inn, Palace Hotel Arusha, Mount Meru Game Lodge, Rivertrees Country Inn, Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge, Fun Retreat Resort, SG Premium Resort, Kibo Palace Hotel Arusha, Machweo Retreat, Onsea House, Arusha Coffee Lodge, Lake Duluti Lodge, Rivertrees Lodge, Moivaro Coffee Estate,
What to Expect in Arusha
Arusha is not a place most people know and, if we’re being honest, most people will never go there. But they should. Arusha is a frontier city, it’s a place of excitement, it’s a place of opportunity. It’s from this unlikely place that people from every corner of the planet converge, all there to partake in travel experiences so amazing and so unique that they truly live up to the moniker of once-in-a-lifetime.
What to Expect when Visiting
Overall though, Arusha is a great place to do very little. Whether you’re fresh off a flight, at the end of your safari or dirty and exhausted from Mt. Kilimanjaro, you will undoubtedly be in need of some down time. Both before and after our safari Arusha was our home base and I personally came to regard it affectionately.
I got to know the hotel, the staff and where to find a quiet corner to read a book and decompress. There’s plenty of nightlife all around town if that’s your thing and if you find yourself staying for a few days in Arusha, there are some amazing national parks nearby. If you’re willing to sacrifice a full day to the experience, there’s nothing better than trekking out to Tarangire National Park, famous for its elephants.
If you don’t have that much time there is also Arusha National Park, although I’m told that the wildlife experiences there pale in comparison to not only Tarangire, but all of the other amazing national parks throughout Tanzania.
One popular must-visit in Arusha is the 137km² Arusha National Park just north of town. The park offers great safari experiences and features habitats ranging from open savannah to acacia scrublands, rainforest to alpine vegetation and also the golden Mount Meru. The wildlife in Arusha National Park is also incredibly diverse, with leopards and hyenas being the major predators in the area. Bird twitchers will also not get disappointed as the park is home to a world-class avifauna of 400 bird species.
Aside from the taste of authentic safari within the outskirts of town, Arusha also provides ample opportunities for cultural immersion, local villages tour, farms, markets and so much more!
When it comes to receiving an influx of tourists, Arusha holds a large influx every year. It has a domestic airport which provides direct flight link to Dar es Salaam and it is also very near Kilimanjaro International Airport, where most safari-bound travelers arrive.
But, even though a lot of tourists often find themselves with a day or two to spare, Arusha always have something in store for them.
The Cultural Heritage Centre is the perfect place to begin your history expedition in Arusha. The building itself is a spectacle of beauty that beckons to be photographed. It is structured as a sword and shield. It serves as a symbol of the Masai people’s heritage.
Inside the centre, you will find artwork, statutes, and artifacts representing the past and present of over 120 tribes in Tanzania. You can explore gemstones, traditional dresses, carvings, masks, sculptures, and much more to learn about the way of the tribes.
The Arusha Declaration Monument is a landmark that represents the Arusha Declaration. The monument was constructed in 1977 (ten years after the declaration) when Chama Cha Mapinduzi was the ruler. The declaration represents African Socialism, known as Ujamaa. The towering structure is beautiful to capture, especially when the lighting and timing are proper.
Arusha is a captivating place for its location and historical significance in Tanzania. It represents the Tanzanian culture and the values of the 120+ Tanzanian tribes. Keep your camera gear ready to capture memorable shots.
Mount Meru (4,566 m) is an active stratovolcano and forms the centrepiece of Arusha National Park in Tanzania. The mountain is often referred to as Mt Kilimanjaro’s ‘little brother’. Although the mountain is not as high as Kilimanjaro, it is just as challenging. Known for its huge cliffs, beautiful green surroundings and abundant wildlife, Mount Meru is the sixth highest mountain in Africa and the second highest in Tanzania!
Climbing Mount Meru requires more technical climbing skills than the routes on Kilimanjaro. What Mount Meru ‘lacks’ in height, it makes up for in difficulty. Therefore, it is important to have some climbing experience.
Still, Mount Meru is sometimes used as warm-up for climbing Kilimanjaro, especially to acclimate the body to greater heights. If you have the time and budget to climb Meru, it is definitely worth it. The mountain isn’t climbed as often and it provides a truly unique experience.
Since Meru lies in Arusha National Park, there’s a great chance of seeing various animals while trekking. You’re likely to encounter giraffes, buffalos, antelopes and baboons.
The 5 Arusha must do’s
Looking for gifts or fabrics for family and friends? Arusha is a great place to start. Spend a morning at either the Central Market or the Maasai Market for some world-class bargaining. The farmer’s markets are amazing, too.
This is by far the best museum in the city. If no travel is complete without a museum visit, look no further. The Natural History Center boasts an excellent exhibit on human evolution, among other things. Tanzania is the geographic center of the human story, so this is pretty powerful!
No place in Arusha warms your heart like Shanga, a nonprofit employing over 70 Tanzanians with disabilities. Each worker performs tasks such as glassblowing, weaving, and textiles. Come meet the talented folks who work here and leave with some memories.
Legend has it, one day a local Masaai saw a bolt lightning strike and turn some nearby stones a magnificent blue, and now we have this: Tanzanite, a blue gemstone “a thousand times rarer than diamonds. Though the more scientific reason has to do more with tectonics and continental uplift than lightning, this much is true: you won’t find Tanzanite native to anywhere else on the planet so you better seek it out while in Tanzania. This ultra-rare (ultra-expensive) gemstone can be found at jewelers and stores in Arusha. The Tanzanite Experience offers the best tour in town.
Bird and boat lovers take note! Located only 10 miles from Arusha, this lake is set to a gorgeous backdrop of forest and volcanoes. Witness dozens of bird and reptile species, from lounging monitor lizards to nose-diving kingfishers. Renting a canoe is highly recommended.