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Highlights

  • Day 1: Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport
  • Day 2: A wonderful relaxing day Chemka hot springs
  • Day 3: A taste of masai culture
  • Day 4: Tarangire National Park
  • Day 5: Serengeti National Park (central west/ east)
  • Day 6: Serengeti National Park (central west/ east)
  • Day 7: Serengeti National Park (central west/ east)
  • Day 8: Ngorongoro Conservation Area (incl. Crater)
  • Day 9: Lake Eyasi
  • Day 10: Flight to Zanzibar (excluded in the price)
  • Day 11: Zanzibar
  • Day 12: Zanzibar
  • Day 13: Zanzibar
  • Day 14: Zanzibar
  • Day 15: Zanzibar
  • Day 16: Zanzibar
  • Day 17 : Flight home from Zanzibar Airport (ZNZ)

Exploring all that Tanzania has to offer is a dream for many. From epic Tanzania safari adventures spotting Africa’s Big Five, to climbing Kilimanjaro or relaxing on the paradise beaches of Zanzibar: Tanzania has it all. Good news: Kilimanjaro and safaris can build a custom made itinerary that suits all your wishes.

Our most popular itineraries can help you find some inspiration. Most of our clients love to end their exciting safari with a few days of relaxation on one of Zanzibar’s most stunning beaches. Would you like that as well?

Whether you choose one of our popular Tanzania itineraries or prefer to customize your journey, we are here to assist you. Come aboard and get ready to explore Tanzania at your own pace, exactly the way you like it!

Itineraries

Day 1

Arrival at Kolimanjaro international aiport.

As you walk out of Kilimanjaro International Airport, your personal Kilimanjaro and safaris guide greets you with a big smile: 'Karibu Tanzania ( welcome to Tanzania)!' The guide takes you straight to your hotel, where you can relax and take in the African atmosphere. The next day your guide takes you on an exclusive, private safari that allows you to travel at your own pace. enter in Moshi and stay one night enjoyable in Tulivu kilimanjaro Retreat.

Day 2

A wonderful relax day in Chemka hot springs.

Today is a wonderful relaxing day in Chemka hot springs.Maji Moto, known locally as Kikuletwa Hotsprings, is a paradisiac oasis amidst the Tanzanian savannah, which offers captivating, Bounty-styled views, crystal-clean water, and dense vegetation around. Chemka Hot Springs is the best place to visit after or before a Kilimanjaro hike or a safari adventure.
Chemka Oasis is a unique phenomenon – it is the only place in Tanzania (and most likely in the whole of East Africa), where the groundwater actively interacted with geothermal sources, forming several small lakes with warm, never-stagnating water, which purity is not inferior to the best Dominican or Maldivian resorts.
Feel free to contact our experts to learn more about the Chemka Hot Springs adventure!
Diner and overnight at Osiligilai Maasai Lodge

Day 3

A taste of masai culture

Today you will be warmly welcomed by our friendly.Walking with traditional Maasai herbs, Herb walks focusing on medicinal plants native for one hour and Donkey ride with the Maasai a unique way to experience life as simply as the Maasai do for one hour.Cultural Maasai Singing & Dancing during the Sunset and Nearby small Mountain climb with an extraordinary view of Mount Meru & Kilimanjaro Visit Projects - MAA Eagles Foundation for Women and Children (Education & empowerment…
Diner and overnight at Osiligilai Maasai Lodge

Day 4

Tarangire national park

Tarangire National Park is well known for its big groups of elephants and the huge amount of giant baobab trees. These trees can live for hundreds of years and are actually a source of water for elephants in the dry season as they have a special technique to draw water from them. Besides, the Tarangire River is the only source of water in the dry season, which is why in this season in Tarangire you can see groups of up to 250 elephants next to many more animals!

Dinner and overnight at Migombani campsite & lodge.

Day 5 - 7

Serengeti National Park (Central West/ East)

Serengeti National Park is widely known as the place to go on safari, mainly because of the Great Migration that passes through here. The enormous, stampeding herds are impressive, as are the vast amount of predators that live here: over four thousand lions, 225 cheetahs, a thousand leopards, 3500 hyenas and hundreds of wild dogs! And of course, plenty of other beautiful animals, which your guide will be delighted to search for together with you. Are you ready for this?
Dinner and Over night at Moyo Tented Camp.

Day 8

Ngorongoro Conservation Area (incl. Crater)

The famous Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa's seven natural wonders. The crater was formed two million years ago when a vast volcano erupted. The fertile lava has created a unique ecosystem, now home to the highest concentration of animals found anywhere in Africa! Once in the crater, thousands of animals such as lions, zebras, buffalos and black rhinos surround you, and the views are astounding .
Dinner and overnight Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge.

Day 9

Lake Eyasi

Around 05:30 am, after a light breakfast, you will depart from the lodge and visit the Hadzabe Bushmen. They are the last remaining hunter gatherers of East Africa who are continuing their way of life with very little changes since 10s of thousands of years. You will participate in their early morning activities including bush trek, hunting, and making a campfire. Other activities that might be done during the day are interacting with the Hadza, participating in their honey gathering, baobab fruit foraging, and experiencing their daily life.
Later in the day, you will drive back to the village to meet the Datoga people, another indigenous tribe found in the area. Datogas are skilled farmers and livestock keepers. Some of them are also craftsmen living independently for over decades forging knives, arrowheads, and jewelry for the greater Datoga tribe and for the Bushmen.
Later on, you will return to your lodge for a hot lunch before driving further to Arusha to reach by around 5:00 PM.
Dinner and overnight Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge.

Day 10

Flight to Zanzibar (Excluded in the price)

Ultimate paradise is here: gorgeous, tropical Zanzibar! The clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean and the palm-fringed, white sandy beaches are almost too beautiful to be true. Buy your coconut drink fresh on the beach, spend hours sunbathing or swimming, and taste the delicious Zanzibari food. In the mood for something active? Then explore the beach, ocean, and island through a range of activities! We highly recommend the Safari Blue Cruise or a tour of Stone

Day 11 -16

Ultimate paradise is here: gorgeous, tropical Zanzibar! The clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean and the palm-fringed, white sandy beaches are almost too beautiful to be true. Buy your coconut drink fresh on the beach, spend hours sunbathing or swimming, and taste the delicious Zanzibari food. In the mood for something active? Then explore the beach, ocean, and island through a range of activities! We highly recommend the Safari Blue Cruise or a tour of Stone Town.

Day 17

The last day! Depending on your flight time, you can relax on the beach or explore the island just a little bit more. A driver then takes you to Zanzibar International Airport in time for your flight home. Having second thoughts? It's also possible to extend your holiday to another paradise island, such as Mnemba, Pemba, or Mafia!

INCLUDING

  • 24/17 service
  • 17 days
  • All accommodations
  • English speaking guide
  • Full board
  • Game drives
  • Luxurious private 4×4 Safari Jeep
  • Park fees
  • Pickup and transfer airport
  • Reservation costs

EXCLUDED

  • International flights and visas
  • Travel insurance

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This is a private tour and hence there won’t be any other guests joining the safari except for those in your party. It will just be you, your guide and the cook. Our vehicles can take a maximum of 7 people and should your group be bigger than that, more than one vehicle will be used.

There is no set age limit, however, we discourage parents with children under the age of 8 to join such a safari due to the lengthy drives and the fact that nights are spent on unfenced campsites. If parents are nevertheless convinced that their child / children are unfazed by the long driving distances and the travel time that goes with it, children are welcome to join the safari. But please keep in mind that the responsibility for each child lies with you as a parent at all times.

Nights are spent on basic lodge inside the national parks or on the outskirts thereof.

Are there ablution facilities at the lodge?
Yes, communal ablution facilities can be found on all lodge. Most of them are very basic and hot water is few and far between.

We make use of reconstructed 4×4 safari vehicles (i.e. Toyota Landcruisers), that have been designed to conquer the ever demanding road conditions in East Africa. All vehicles have pop-up roofs that can be opened during game drives and a window seat is guaranteed for each guest.

The tour is run on a full-board basis and meals are included as indicated in the itinerary. Mineral water is also provided, whereas all other beverages (soft drinks & alcohol) are excluded and on your own account.
Breakfast can include eggs, sausages or bacon and toast and jam. Coffee, tea and hot chocolate are also provided.
Lunch-boxes are provided for lunch and are enjoyed en-route at a picnic spot. These can contain sandwiches, boiled eggs and fruits or grilled chicken thighs.
Dinner is freshly cooked and meals consist of meat or fish and some sort of starch (pasta, rice, mashed potatoes etc.) and vegetables.
Please let us know if you have any special dietary requirements or food allergies and we will do our outmost to cater for them (only possible with advanced notification).

We will provide you with a detailed packing list at the time of booking
(please feel free to contact us should you have any questions ).

Luggage is restricted to one large bag / rucksack weighing no more than 15 kg. Furthermore, every traveller is allowed one piece of hand luggage.
Due to the limited space in the vehicle, we kindly ask guests to refrain from travelling with suitcases as storing them in the vehicle could prove a problem. Please also do not forget to check the baggage allowances of your respective airlines.

Yes, we suggest that you bring some spending money for drinks, snacks, souvenirs and tips.
so you can bring extra funds.

Tips are not included in the price and we recommend 15-20 USD per group per day for the guide and 10-15 USD per group per day for the cook.

Most nationalities can apply for a visa upon arrival in Tanzania but all travellers need to contact their respective embassies to check the latest visa regulations. Furthermore, it is the sole responsibility of each traveller to be in possession of the required documents.

We do recommend that you get a yellow fever vaccination as Tanzania finds itself in a yellow fever region.
Tetanus, Diphtheria, Polio, Hepatitis A & B vaccinations are not required, but nevertheless recommend by us.
Malaria is also present and we hence suggest some precautions for this as well. Please contact a travel clinic or your health care practitioner for further information on prophylaxis and the effects and side effects that come with it.