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The School of St Jude is just minutes from the centre of Tanzania’s safari capital, Arusha. This town is the gateway to popular East African National Parks and game reserves such as Ngorongoro Crater, the vast plains of the Serengeti, Lake Manyara, Tarangire and Arusha National Park. From a thrilling, but safe position in the back of a safari 4-wheel drive, visitors can experience close encounters with the wildlife that Africa is famous for. Spotting the most popular 'must see' animals such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, rhinos, zebras and giraffes has visitors clicking cameras and brandishing binoculars all day long. But no less exciting are the sightings of comical warthogs, graceful antelopes and migrating wildebeest.

On top of these great national parks, Zanzibar Island is only a short plane ride away and is great for swimming and diving. The East African countries of Rwanda (for gorilla trekking) and Kenya (to see the Masai Mara) are also accessible from Arusha.

If you are interested in going on a safari, be sure to check out www.safaris-r-us.com - Gemma and Richard Sisia’s safari company. Emails can be sent info@safaris-r-us.com. safaris-R-us will get back to you with a personalised itinerary to suit your needs and a quote for your safari. Note that for every person who books through safaris-R-us for their East African holiday $50US is donated to St Jude's. Safaris-R-us can organise camping and lodge safaris in Tanzania, Rwanda and Kenya. They can also organise transport, flights within East Africa, guides, cooks, accommodation, food, tents, mattresses, parking fees etc. All you have to do is bring your camera!

Visit their website at www.safaris-r-us.com

Ngorongoro Crater Area
Ngorongoro Crater


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