Cheap Flights from Dodoma to Arusha

Dodoma to Arusha Flights Online Ticket Booking

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Book cheap flights from Dodoma to Arusha online with for the best deals. With almost half a million of population, Arusha is one of the biggest cities in North Tanzania. A dynamic visitor place and a regional business hub, this city has a pretty perfect new infrastructure if matched to other locations in Tanzania. Here are some of the ideas on how to book Dodoma to Arusha flights:

Cheap Flights from Dodoma to Arusha FAQs

What is the distance between Dodoma and Arusha?

The average flying distance from Dodoma to Arusha flights a is approximately 400 kilometers and will take you around three hours and twenty minutes from the airport to airport.

How long does it take to take to travel from Dodoma to Arusha?

A one-way direct flight between Dodoma to Arusha takes 3 hours and 20 minutes. Those who want to travel on this route will need to fly through the hub airport Dar es Salaam and get a linking flight. This journey can take around nine hours to complete. There are connecting flights provided on this route by Auric air.

What is the best time month to book air ticket from Dodoma to Arusha?

August is the best month to buy cheap flights from Dodoma to Arusha.

How many airports are there near Arusha?

There are big numbers of airport in and around the Arusha city. The key one is Arusha and other nearby airports contain Kilimanjaro international, Jomo Kenyatta international, Lake Manyara and Amboseli.

Dodoma to Arusha Flights Tips

Most tourist locations like luxury hotels, markets, and restaurants are placed in the eastern and central parts of the city. Western and southern areas are mostly industrial and residential, though budget-level hostels and guest houses are scattered all over the city.

Some locations value visiting in Arusha contain Tanzanite experience shop, where you can buy the wonderful gemstones at an affordable price, and cultural Heritage centre, the biggest shop of local craft and an exhibition venue.