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Day 1: Zanzibar to Mikumi National Park

Day 2: Mikumi National Park to Zanzibar

You’ve always wanted to go on a safari but camping is not your cup of tea? No worries, this safari experience will be exactly what you’ve been dreaming of. Exploring during the day and relaxing in our  hotels in the evenings.


Day 1

Zanzibar to Mikumi National Park

Begin your journey on day one as our driver collects you from your Zanzibar hotel, aligning with your flight schedule. You will then be transferred to the airport to board your flight bound for Mikumi National Park. The estimated arrival time at Mikumi National Park is around midday, depending on your flight schedule.

Upon arrival, enjoy a leisurely lunch before embarking on an exciting afternoon and evening game drive, exploring the park’s diverse wildlife until the sun sets. Your overnight stay awaits at a comfortable campsite or lodge, where a delightful dinner will be served.

Day 2

Mikumi National Park to Zanzibar

On the second day, start your morning with a satisfying breakfast, and then head out for a full day of game drives that can extend for approximately 8 hours, allowing you to immerse yourself in the wonders of Mikumi National Park.

After concluding your game drive experiences, exit the park and continue with an en-route game drive, offering opportunities for fantastic wildlife photography. Gradually make your way to the airstrip for a picturesque photo stop before boarding your flight back to Zanzibar.

Your return flight will bring you back to Zanzibar around 18:00 in the late evening, where you will be met by your driver for a transfer to your hotel. A lunch stop in Morogoro town will be included on your journey back.

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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 5 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 campsites inside the national parks or on the outskirts thereof. Clients are provided with spacious two-man dome tents (2.1 x 2.1 m) that are equipped with mosquito nets and comfortable 5 cm thick sleeping mats.

Yes, communal ablution facilities can be found on all campsites. 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.

What meals does the price include and what kind of food can I expect?

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 or wish to hire a sleeping bag).

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.

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.