Eight daily departures to Dar (Tsh36,000, seven to eight hours) from 7am to noon aboard full luxury buses (with air-con and toilets). The 7am bus sometimes arrives early enough for you to catch the afternoon ferry t…
This socially responsible entity rents and sells good-quality bicycles, promotes cycling in Tanzania and trains young Tanzanians as bicycle mechanics. It's in the Olasiti area, about 8km west of Arusha and south of …
Arusha's biggest bus station is intimidatingly chaotic in the morning and popular with touts. If you get overwhelmed, head straight for a taxi, or duck into the lobby of one of the hotels across the street to get yo…
Several companies serving Babati, Singida, Mwanza and other points generally west, including Mtei Express, have their offices and departure points here, near Kilombero market.
Excellent and experienced safari operator that also allows self-drive. If you're driving your own vehicle, it also has a good garage. Located off the Nairobi–Arusha Hwy in the Sakina area.
Flies daily from Moshi airport (if there are enough passengers) on the Arusha–Tanga–Pangani–Pemba–Zanzibar–Dar es Salaam circuit, with links also to the northern national parks.
Twice-daily shuttle service between Moshi, Arusha and Nairobi (Kenya), departing Moshi at 6.30am and 11.30am from Kibo Rd, just up the hill from the Clock Tower roundabout.
Daily shuttle service between Arusha and Nairobi (Kenya), with departures in each direction at 8am and 2pm. The 8am service from Nairobi also continues on to Moshi.
Good for low-cost flights to domestic and other African destinations, with direct Kilimanjaro International Airport to Dar es Salaam flights and onward connections.
Daily buses to Mombasa (Tsh20,000, eight hours), departing at 8am. The Moshi booking office and departure point is just uphill from Stanbic Bank.