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Wildlife Safaris

Safaris in Tanzania have something to offer to everyone. Experience the adventure of budget camping or the opulence of luxury camping safaris. Enjoy a truly memorable lodge safari, or take it one step further and go fly camping.

Game Drives

The most important part of a wildlife safari.

With a tailor-made safari and your own vehicle, you are able to choose the types and durations of the game drives you go on. If you are on a group safari, the types and durations are usually predefined and fixed. On safaris where you fly to the game park or reserve, the game drives are normally set and controlled by the lodge or camp you are staying at.

Game drives can be long, hot, dusty and bumpy (ladies don’t forget your sports bra), but are great fun!

Most game drives avoid the heat of the day when many of the animals are sheltering from the sun and it is generally recognised that early morning and late afternoon game drives provide the best opportunities for game viewing, but as the animals go where and when they want, this is not always true.

Kilimanjaro Treks

Kilimanjaro is unique not only for being the highest in Africa and one of the 7 summits but for having one of the highest stand-alone vertical gains of any mountain earth

Kilimanjaro Trek

9 days

Lemosho Route 9 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

8 days

Shira Route 8 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

8 days

Lemosho Route 8 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

7 days

Rongai Route 7 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

7 days

Machame Route 7 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

7 days

Lemosho Route 7 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

6 days

Umbwe Route 6 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

6 days

Rongai Route 6 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

6 days

Marangu Route 6 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

6 days

Machame Route 6 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

6 days

Lemosho Route 6 Days

Kilimanjaro Trek

5 days

Marangu Route 5 Days

Kilimanjaro Commercial Complex
(New NSSF Building)
2nd Floor, Room No. 3F
Aga Khan Road
Moshi, Tanzania
P.O. Box 1785
Moshi, Tanzania
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