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14th-17th June 2016
Details: Hi Andrew, I want to thank you again for your incredible job in booking our recent safari in Masai Mara. Peter is an incredible guide - his knowledge about the animals and birds is astounding. You and Go4Fun went out of your way to make our trip enjoyable, safe and a true adventure. Every one of your recommendations turned out to be world class. We're already thinking about a family trip to Kenya in the future. Also thank you for going out of your way to get me my lost cell phone - this was above and beyond, and sincerely appreciated!
Howard B. Schiffer

Hi! Andrew/ Catherine,
Happy New Year, hope the year has started well for you. Apologies for the delay in replying, just gotten back to work. The trip was great and we really loved it. The guide was very good and professional. I will be definitely be travelling with you again. Thank you.
Will you guys be having packages for the World cup this year? Please keep me posted.

Road Safari Mara 21st-23rd Dec 2016
Hello Andrew and Catherine,
I hope all is well. I am back in the USA and would like to thank you for the wonderful time my family and I had during our safari - we saw lots of animals, the driver was friendly and knowledgeable and the camp was clean with good food and friendly staff. I would definitely recommednd your services to family and friends.
Warm regards,

Lake Nakuru
Just wanted to thank you for the great trip we took with your organization to Lake Nakuru on Friday Nov. 6. It was an awesome day and the driver/guide was great. We really enjoyed the flamingoes and other animals. We later went to Masaai Mara for the weekend and although that was very impressive based on number and variety of animals, Nakuru was very special to us as there were only 4 of us that went on that day trip. We especially appreciated the convenience of a skilled driver getting us there and back safely. Kenyan roads are extremely challenging to drive and having to do that would have made the vacation memorable for the wrong reasons!

Sue Tripp

Brett June 2016
Samburu & Mara Safaris

Thanks for organising a fabulous trip. Everything was organised perfectly and ran smoothly.
We found Peter to be an excellent driver / guide. Brett and I have done many, many safaris over the 10 years we have worked in Tanzania and we found Peter to be the BEST driver / guide we have ever had. He has an excellent character, he is very knowledgeable. He is never annoying and he knows excactly where to park for good photographs. He does not harrass the wildlife and we enjoyed being in a vehicle that did not have the constant drum buzzing of a radio blarring away in the background.
We will definately be recommended your company and Peter as a driver to any of our friends that will be visiting Kenya in future. And we might come back in 2017 so will surely let you know.

Self Drive to Amboseli 25th to 27th dec 2016
Hello Andrew / Catherine
Hope you guys are doing well and hada great festive season.
Amboslei was all that and more.We went all the way upto oloitoktok.We Had a great time in general .Only issue we encountered was the drive from one gate to another to pay the park fees. But we enjoyed the time and drive.We are back in one piece . Thanks again for the great arrangement esp the hotel .They were all so karibi karibu it was just lovely . Hope to see you guys soon God willing.
Best Regards
Zahra / Moha

Tanzania Lodge Safari

Tanzania  lodge Safaris:

 This 3 days safari features only Ngorongoro Crater, a true wonder of the natural world, famous for its sunken caldera formed over a million years ago. The crater is inhabited in harmony by indigenous Maasai, their livestock as well as a startling variety of plant, animal and birdlife species. Accommodation is at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

Daily departures subject to minimum 2 persons booki

Day 1. Arusha/Ngorongoro
Lunch at Impala Hotel Arusha then proceed to Ngorongoro crater rim. Dinner and overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.
Approx Transit time: 4 hrs
Meal plan: {L, D}

Day 2. Ngorongoro
After breakfast descend down to the crater floor for ½ day crater tour, returning to Ngorongoro Serena Lodge for lunch. Afternoon at leisure with optional visit to a local Maasai village. Dinner and overnight at the lodge.
Meal Plan: {B, L, D}
Pls note: Only ½ day tours may be allowed at the crater.

Day 3. Arusha/Out
Depart after breakfast and drive back to Arusha. Lunch will be at Impala Hotel. End of our services.
Approx Transit time: 4 hrs
Meal plan: {B, L}

 2011 Prices:
High season US$1040 per person sharing
Low season US$830  per person sharing

1. High Season: 16 Dec 2011 - 31 March 2011; 25 May - 15 Dec 2011
2. Low Season: 01 April - 24 May 2011.

Prices include:
 - Transportation in a custom safari vehicle - 4x4 Lancruiser/Landrover.
- Services of a trained and experienced English speaking driver/guide
- Fullboard accommodation in the lodge as mentioned
- Park and crater entry fee

 Not included:
- International air transportation to and from Arusha
- Expenses of personal nature such as visas, travel/baggage insurance, laundry, beverages, tips etc.

Tanzania Family Safaris hoildays

With Beach excursions to Zanzibar

 9 Days Tanzania Family Safari   

Lake Manyara Serena
Bush Dinning

Days 1 - Arusha, Tanzania
Arrive Kilimanjaro Airport and you will be met and transferred arrive Serena Mountain Village overnight.

Day 2 - Arusha/Lake Manyara
Drive to Lake Manyara National Park  famous for its tree-climbing lions, elephants, hippos, and giraffes and set out on our first wildlife safari. Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge (B, L, D)

Day 3 - Lake Manyara

On morning and afternoon game drives, watch wildlife interact along the shores of Lake Manyara. After lunch, go on an optional village walk or a mountain biking excursion. Dine at the lodge before a night game drive. (B, L, D)

Day 4 - Serengeti

Journey into the Serengeti and stop to visit a Maasai village in the Ngorongoro hills. En route to the lodge this afternoon, look for zebras and lion prides. Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge (B, L, D)

Day 5 - Serengeti

Embark on a morning game drive, or view the plains game from above on an optional hot-air balloon safari. Enjoy a talk by a wildlife researcher during lunch, and then head out on an afternoon safari. (B, L, D)

Day 6 - Serengeti/Olduvai Gorge

Travel east to Olduvai Gorge where Louis and Mary Leakey discovered the remains of Homo habilis, regarded as one of the earliest humans. Continue to our lodge, perched on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater.  Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge (B, L, D)


Day 7 - Ngorongoro Crater
Descend 2,000 feet to the floor of the crater where volcanic slopes shelter almost 30,000 animals. We may see elephants, rhinos, buffalo, cheetahs, lions, hyenas, hippos, and wildebeests here. Then view the vast crater from above on a hike along
the rim. Tonight, meet a local Maasai elder and make beaded jewelry with one of his wives. (B, L, D)

Day 8 - Ngorongoro Crater/Arusha

Spend the morning on a game drive in the crater. After lunch at the lodge, depart for Arusha. Celebrate your Tanzanian safari adventure at a festive farewell dinner. Serena Mountain Village (B, L, D)

Days 9- Arusha/Depart

Choose one of three activities  a tour of a coffee farm, a canoe safari in Arusha National Park. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure before taking an evening flight home, arriving the next day. (B)


Days 9-12 Zanzibar: The Spice Island / Return Home Our exploration of Zanzibar begins in Stone Town, Zanzibar's historic city. Enjoy the delicate beauty of the ornate architecture embellishing the doorways and balconies of every street, and enjoy an intriguing tour of the cottage spice industries. Our stay concludes with three nights at an oceanfront resort overlooking the Indian Ocean, where we can scuba dive, snorkel, swim with dolphins or just relax on the white sand beaches.

 Tanzania Family Safari Holiday Tour to Zanzibar Beach excursions wildlife safari Tanzania

11 Days Tanzania Family Safari 

Day 1 Arusha
Arrive Arusha, Tanzania and your family Africa tour begins with departure from Kilimanjaro International Airport. A transfer is included from Kilimanjaro International Airport to Arumeru River Lodge – get a good night’s rest! An African safari is truly one of the world’s greatest adventures – and it begins with the departure of your family's Africa tour in the morning.

Day 2 Arusha
A choice of adventures awaits you today! Join an experienced local guide on a game drive in Arusha National Park to look for gentle giraffes, boisterous baboons, colorful flamingoes and big buffalo.  Back at the lodge for  dinner
and overnight. (B,L,D)

Day 3 Tarangire National Park
Your family's Africa tour continues as you head to Tarangire National Park today, immortalized by many movies about Africa. Take a look at the classic African savannah studded with baobob trees and the wildlife-rich plains of the Serengeti. Hop aboard our open-topped safari vehicles for a game drive. Look for big cats lounging under baobab trees or elephants cooling off at a watering hole. Join the Maasai in a tribal dance this evening and have dinner in a lodge. (B,L,D)

Day 4 Tarangire National Park
This safari and Africa tour ensures an up-close look at daily life in the African bush . Add afternoon  gamedrives where you see wildlife during the day, and today's adventures will create shared memories that last lifetimes! (B,L,D)

Day 5 Ngorongoro Highlands
Discover what life is like for the Maasai when your Africa tour takes you to visit an authentic Maasai boma. Enjoy a game drive into Lake Manyara National Park en route to Kiratu; look for baboons, pink flamingos and great birds of prey from your safari vehicle! Your accommodations for the next two nights are at an authentic farmhouse on a 500-acre coffee plantation, facing the Oldeani Volcano. (B,L,D)

Day 6 Ngorongoro Highlands
See how coffee is picked and processed at a local coffee plantation. Spend the remainder of the day at the lodge where you'll be staying, with ample time to explore, enjoy the pool and savor great views from your verandah. (B,L,D)

Day 7 Serengeti National Park
One of the best places in Africa to spot the Big Five – elephants, leopards, lions, buffalo and the rare black rhinoceros – ancient Ngorongoro Crater is home to almost every species in Africa, except the giraffe who can't negotiate the steep incline down. A game drive and picnic lunch on the crater floor offer ample opportunities to spot lions, cheetahs, hippos and lots of birds. While the crater has been cradling Africa's wildlife for thousands of years, nearby Olduvai Gorge in the Great Rift Valley is thought to be the home of mankind's earliest "people." See the place where Louis and Mary Leakey found the
fossilized remains of one of the first humans to walk upright and continue on to an exclusive tented camp – reserved just for you and your fellow travelers! Learn some Swahili tonight around the campfire, mastering such words as "jambo" (hello), "kwa heri" (goodbye), "simba" (lion) and "ninafurahia" (I am having a great time!). (B,L,D)


Day 8 Serengeti National Park
optional rise early for a hot air balloon ride at dawn over the vast Serengeti as animals, large and small, start a new day in the African bush. or After breakfast proceed to a morning game drive return to the lodge for tea break. This afternoon's game drive with a local guide offers up-close encounters with zebras, hyenas, elephants, jackals and more. Share stories around the campfire tonight on this fascinating family Africa tour. (B,L,D)

Day 9 Serengeti National Park
Make tracks for the western Serengeti, a great place to see the wildlife of the region. Morning and afternoon game drives showcase Africa untamed, as you view lions, giraffes and zebras, along with the creatures said to have been put together with spare parts, the African wildebeest. Spend two nights in a tented chalet off the beaten path for a unique safari experience. (B,L,D)

Day 10 Serengeti National Park
Your riverfront lodge in the western Serengeti enables you to savor the African landscape as you wish. Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives in the western corridor of Serengeti National Park. Here you can often see wildebeest and
large numbers of lions, and cheetahs, as well as herds of giraffe and zebra – a most unforgettable spectacle of Africa's circle of life. Equally impressive are Africa's magical sunsets, which out here are celebrated at traditional "sundowners." Enjoy your final night on safari at a sundowner at your lodge, followed by a farewell dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 11 Return Home
Your amazing Africa tour concludes after a flight back to the city of Arusha. Flights departing Africa leave late tonight; we have reserved a day room for you at the Arumeru River Lodge so that you can repack and relax as you wish. A transfer is included from Arumeru River Lodge to Kilimanjaro International Airport this evening. Your family Africa tour ends at Kilimanjaro International Airport. (B,L,D)

Tanzania Family Safari Holiday Tour to Zanzibar Beach excursions wildlife safari Tanzania
14 Days Tanzania Family Safaris

Elephant in the African Bush
Day 1 - Arusha, Arusha Mountain Village. BB
Arrive to a friendly rep who'll transfer you to this oasis of serenity for a good night's sleep.

Day 2 - Lake Manyara National Park, Serena Lodge. FB

A Serena breakfast will satisfy appetites of every size to prepare you for the drive north with your private guide and vehicle. Arriving in time to lunch at Lake Manyara Serena Lodge, your afternoon will kick off with a game drive in Lake Manyara
National Park. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 3 - Lake Manyara National Park, Serena Lodge. FB

Today, thrilling game drives take guests around the wildlife-teeming shores of Lake Manyara for breathtaking views of fabulous flamingos and magnificent pelicans.

Day 4 - Ngorongoro Conservancy, Serena Lodge. FB

After breakfast, a drive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area will get you there in time for lunch. Freshen up at the lodge before taking it easy or exploring this ‘eighth wonder of the world'. In the afternoon, you descend into the famous Ngorongoro
Crater. You'll enjoy superb game viewing and a half-day crater tour before heading back to the Lodge. Enjoy dinner in the wilderness and another night in this lost world.

Day 5 - Serengeti National Park, Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp. FB

After breakfast, you will head toward the Serengeti National Park, stopping on route to visit the famous Olduvai Gorge (world-famous hominid fossil site). Proceed to Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp, located at the epicenter of the Serengeti within easy reach of the prime wildlife theatres.

Day 6 - Serengeti National Park, Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp. FB

Enjoy a full day in the Serengeti eco-system, exploring the famous Serengeti Plains. Take a picnic lunch and spend the whole day in search of the wildlife, or go back to your lodge for lunch, going out again in the cool of the afternoon. Back at the tented camp for a lantern-lit bush supper.

Day 7 to 13 - Zanzibar, Ocean Paradise Resort - Superior Room. HB

Prepare for a transfer to paradise after your repast. Upon arriving in Zanzibar you'll be met and transferred to the Ocean Paradise Resort. Each day, there is something different to keep you entertained. From traditional African dancers, acrobats and the Resort's resident band, to big screen sports broadcasts and sports competitions. The Guest Relations department is on hand to look after your requirements and help you select the best tours to get the most out of your Zanzibar holiday.

Day 14 - Departure

Transfer to the airport to connect with your onward flight.

Tanzania Map of National Parks & Reserves 


This park is located in the north-western part of the country, just 16 kms north of Kigoma. It is Tanzania's smallest parks, covering an area of 52 sq.kms, but one of the most popular, famous for its chimpanzees, being one of the few remaining places where they can be found in their natural habitat. Due to the park being heavily forested, large game animal are not found in this area, but the park is home to a number of different species of monkey including the red colobus, red-tail and blue monkey, grey duiker, bushbuck and bushpig as well numerous species of bird including trumpter hornbills, Roos's turaco, crowed eagle, secretary bird, narrow tailed starling to mention a few. The park can only be accessed by boat and a daily entry permit is charged.
Accommodation: There is a small hostel in the park where beds and mattresses are provided and all provisions including cooking equipment should be brought with you. Booking in Kigoma is recommended.

 LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK: Location: 130KM west of Arusha. Best time to visit: Dry season (July-October) for large mammals; wet season (November-June) for bird watching, the waterfalls and canoeing. Size: 325 km² (of which about 230 km² are the lake). Sights: Lake Manyara NP is in base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment and comprises of forest, woodland, grasslands, and swamps. Wildlife to be spotted Tree climbing Lions, Baboons, Buffalo, Zebra, Hippos, giraffe; Wildebeest, and over 350 species of bird, storks and flamingoes.

 MIKUMI NATIONAL PARK: Mikumi National Park is located approximately 300 km west of Dar es Salaam, and is a popular destination for weekend visitors. The park lies within a flood plain bordered by the Uluguru Mountain range to the east and the Rubeho Mountains on the west and covers an area of over 3,200 sq kms. Wildlife is abundant with giraffe, zebra, buffalo, hartebeest, wildebeest being amongst the most commonly sighted game, but elephant, wild dog and tree climbing lions are also found here along with smaller mammals and reptiles. The park is also home to over 300 different species of birds. Access to the park is easy, with good road conditions from Dar es Salaam, and an airstrip near the park headquarters.
Accommodation:- There is a variety of accommodation available ranging from budget to luxury and a tented camp with designated camp sites. Advance bookings are advisable.


Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa, reaching a height of 5,895 meters, a dormant volcano, with the diameter at its base being 40 miles. There are two main snow capped peaks, Kibo and Mawenzi. Although it can be climbed year round the best times of the year for climbing are between August and October and January and March, from mid March to May it is the wet season. There are six different routes up the mountain ranging in degree of difficultly and there are many tours operators running organised trips. The Park has been a game reserve since 1921 and was designated a National Park in 1973. The rainforest is home to many species of animals and birds including, leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo. We have whole selection of itineraries for climbing Mount Kilimanjaro - full range of different routes, Machame, Marangu, Shira, varying price levels, offered through different tour operators. Fitness and physical levels vary from an easy trek to the more challenging.
Kilimanjaro climb - Machame Route
The most beautiful, but technical climbing route. Climbing skills required, is now often booked by many. The climb crossing the breath rain forest gives you an open view of the glacier when you reach the Shira Plateau situated in the middle of the moorlands. 6 Days, 5 Nights.
Kilimanjaro Climb - Marangu route
6 Days 5nights
Kilimanjaro Climb - Shira Route
This Western breach route starting from West Kilimanjaro is for more Technical and experienced climbers and proves very challenging, with very spectacular diversified view right from the start. Ascend via Londorossi gate and descend via the Marangu gate.
- 8 Days

Located in the west of the country, Muhale Mountains National Park is a remote park that can only be reach by plane or boat. There are no roads and game viewing is safely carried out on foot. This is the other of Tanzania's parks where chimpanzee can still be found in their natural habitat along with elephant, buffalo, antelope, giraffe, leopard and lion. The best time of the year to visit is between May and October.
Accommodation; Camping is allowed in designated areas and camping equipment is available for hire.

NGORONGORO CRATER: The Conservation area is a fine blend of landscapes, people, wildlife and Africa main archaeological site, lying in the north of country and merging into the Serengeti Game Reserve. The Ngorongoro Crater is regarded as a natural wonder of the world (the 8th) and has been declared a World Heritage Site. It is the largest intact crater in the world, being 610 meters deep, 16 kms across and covering an area of 540 sq kms. and is teaming with wildlife, with virtually all the big game species found here, including, zebra, wildebeest, black rhino, antelope, elephants, giraffe, buffalo, lion, cheetah, leopard. The area is also an ornithologists' paradise, with the thousands of flamingos wading in the shallows of Lake Magadi and hundreds of other species of birdlife. The prime time of the year to visit is from December to May when the spectacular sight of the Serengeti migration usually takes place. Visit the famous volcanic Ngorongoro crater which is the largest unbroken caldera in the world. There are 25,000 larger animals within the crater including Zebra and wildebeest, lion, , leopard, cheetah, hyena, elephants, warthog, impala, buffalo, hartebeest, eland and smaller mammals of sorts. We have whole selection of itineraries, ranging from sheer luxury to budget participation camping safaris, offered through different tour operators.


Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge built into the rim of a dormant volcano, the plant and ivy – covered native stone blending masterfully with surroundings. Close to Olduvai Gorge, the “birth place of man”. Most guest rooms have private terraces with the views of the crater floor where countless animals make their home. The lodge has 75 rooms with 66 twin rooms, 8 triples and 1 Suite.

Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge 200 km from Arusha i.e. 4 hour drive, 50 km from Manyara Hotel, a, 2 hour drive and 7 km from the Ngorongoro landing strip. The lodge has 75 rooms, including one presidential suite and two junior suites. All have a fabulous view over the crater and are equipped with central heating. 63 twin rooms, 12 double rooms (double bed) - 10 communicating rooms, Bathroom with bathtub. All rooms are naturally ventilated and are equipped with mosquito nets in front of all the ventilation vents.

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge  situated at the rim of the Ngorongoro crater, Ngorongoro conservation area. Transfers are available from Arusha airport. Accommodation: The hotel provides 30 twin bed rooms with en suite bathrooms. Facilities: Main restaurant offering various cuisines and a well stocked bar. 3 dinning areas with bar. Lounge library craft and curio shop. Tree house viewing deck. Game viewing drives into the crater and Ngorongoro conservation area. Bush walks around the Lodge and excursions to Olduvai Gorge.

 Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge located on Lemala Hill on the uppermost, eastern rim of the Ngorongoro Crater. The only lodge in which the crater tour begins within five minutes of leaving the lodge. The lodge can accommodate 190 guests in 92 suites, each enjoying wall-to-wall carpeting, central heating, a private lounge with a mini bar, a bedroom with two queen size beds and ample room for a third, an en-suite bathroom with shaver sockets and a hair dryer, and a private solarium which offers stunning views either down into the crater floor below or of the setting sun over the western horizon. The lodge provides a direct-dial satellite telephone facilities as well as satellite television and wildlife-video-film options. A complimentary bottled mineral water is provided in the mini bars while further stocks are available for sale in the main bar. The guest shops stock a wide selection of curios, gift items, clothing, film, sweets, postcards, personal requisites and toiletries. A swimming pool is situated on the very edge of the crater itself and the water is bracing, even invigorating to say the least, at any time of year.

RUAHA NATIONAL PARK: Situated in the centre of the country, the Ruaha National Park, is Tanzania's second largest park covering an area of over 13,000 sq kms and the worlds largest elephant sanctuary. Although set in spectacular scenery, with an abundance of wildlife, the park is one of the lesser visited in the country, keeping it an isolated, peaceful and unspoilt wilderness. Amongst the game found here are Elephant, Buffalo, Giraffe, Cheetah, lion, leopard, a wide variety of antelope including the Greater and Lesser Kudu and the Roan and Sable antelopes. There is over 465 recorded species of birdlife in the area. The best time for game viewing is during the dry season when the animals congregate along the Ruaha River, from between May and December. During the raining season, from January to April, many roads are impassable.
Remote Ruaha: Ruaha may be the second largest national park in Tanzania, but it is also one of the least visited. This and its abundant wildlife are amongst the reasons why it is widely regarded to be one of the wildest and best wilderness reserves in Africa.Accommodation: Accommodation is available in an exclusive Tented Camp, various designated camp sites around the park including at the park headquarters at Masembe and a Lodge

SAADANI NATIONAL PARK: Tanzania's newest national park, located 130 km North of Dar Salaam and just 38 km from Zanzibar. The reserve has the unique distinction of being East Africa's only coastal wildlife sanctuary, providing the opportunity to observe Africa's big game and bird life interacting with the sea. Saadani has a diverse population of mammals and birds, although many species are both scarce and scared compared to other parks which have received better protection in the past. Of the big five, lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo are present, the rare Roosevelt sable is indigenous, whilst plains game such as giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, eland and hartebeest are more frequently seen in larger herds. The southern boundary is marked by the Wami River, which attracts fabulous bird life, large pods of hippo, massive crocodiles and the spectacular black and white Colobus monkey. Bottle-nosed dolphins are common off the Southern coast of the reserve, whales pass through the Zanzibar Channel in October and November, and there is a green turtle breeding beach at Madete in the North.

The Wami river offers probably the best boat safari in Tanzania and is a favourite with visitors to Saadani. The boat often passes flocks of flamingoes at the mouth of the estuary before entering the river with its abundant wildlife and profusion of bird life. Explored by foot the reserve is extremely rewarding and highlights how much game lives in close proximity to the beach. The unique experience of tracking giraffe through prime bush then emerging onto a pristine beach in a matter of a few paces is not easily forgotten. Improved road conditions within the reserve have made the prime game viewing areas more easily accessible and the wildlife is now becoming used to 4x4 vehicles on the game drives. Saadani is in the unique position of providing the opportunity to observe Africa's big game and bird life interacting with the sea. Foot safaris combining the bush and the beach, birdwatching by canoe on the Mafue river and game drives are all available from the lodge and a boat safari on the Wami river can be organised as part of a full day game drive. The nearby Madete Marine Reserve offers superb snorkeling and is a green turtle nesting site. ATWV has started its own turtle hatchery at the lodge to help conserve this endangered species.Superficially at odds with the reserve, yet aligned to conservation and the thinking eco-tourist, is Saadani village, one of the oldest communities on the East African coast and as such right at the heart of Swahili culture. The fascinating history of the village is evident in the remains of the old fort and war time cemeteries, whilst silhouetted prawn fisherman dragging their nets before the coming dawn make an extremely evocative image.

SELOUS GAME RESERVE:The Selous Game Reserve, located approximate 8 hours drive south of Dar-es-Salaam, is the largest reserve in Africa and one of the largest protected wildlife areas in the world. It is home to some of the biggest quantities and variety of animals and birds in Africa. It has the world's largest number of big game, more than 120,000 elephants, 160,000 buffaloes and about 2,000 rhinoceros, In addition, the Selous contains Africa's greatest concentration of hippopotamus, crocodile and wild dog. The Selous is a rare combination of woodlands, marshes, savannah and open grass plains, crisscrossed by many rivers, one being the mighty Rufiji River. The best time to visit is from June to the end of October. The park can be reach by road, rail for air, having several airstrips located at the various camps, a flight from Dar-es-Salaam takes approximately 45 minutes.
Accommodation: Accommodation is available in lodges and luxury tented camps located in the parks extreme northern end. There are no budget facilities for camp sites.
SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK: Tanzania's oldest park, located in the North, covering an area of over 14,760 sq, the Serengeti is the country's most popular and famous park. "Serengeti" is a Maasai word meaning "endless plain", very apt, as the park consists of flat, treeless plains stretching as far as the eye can see, one of the highest concentration game sites in Africa. Virtually every game species in Africa can be found here, but it is most famous for its vast herds of wilderbeest, zebra and antelope, as well as "the Serengeti Lions". The best viewing months are from December to March, when many animals are concentrated in the park's southern regions. However, one of the spectacular and unique events of the year is the Serengeti annual migration, which takes place heading north to south October November and back south to north between the months of April and June. This has been described by many as one of the greatest wonders of the world. There is no fixed migration timetable, the animals migrate according to rainfall patterns.


Seronera Wildlife Lodge located 335 km from Arusha i.e. 7-hour drive, 145 km from Ngorongoro Crater (3 hour drive), 4 km from the landing strip of Seronera (Scheduled flights) The lodge has 75 rooms over two levels, including one presidential suite and two junior suites. 58 twin rooms, 18 double rooms (King-size bed), 18 communicating rooms. All rooms have a view over the Serengeti Park, are naturally ventilated and fitted with mosquito nets over the air vents and are equipped with a bathroom and bathtub. Electricity 220 volts.

Lobo Wildlife Lodge 415 km from Arusha, 3 km from the landing strip of Lobo (Scheduled flights). All rooms have a view over the Serengeti Park, Swimming pools in the rocks, Projection of video on the life of wild animals every evening, traditional son choir once a week, board games, Traditional Maasai singing organized by hotel staff (on request). A very moving spectacle. The Laguna lounge

TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK  - Located approximately 110 kms southwest of Arusha, covering an area of approximately 2,600 sq kms. During the dry season from June to October, this park has a particularly high concentration of wildlife, mainly congregating along the Tarangire River. The park is also an ornithologists paradise with more than 300 species of birds, including the largest bird in the world, the ostrich and the heaviest bird that can fly, the Kori Bustard. The best game viewing months are between September and December but for bird viewing is is best to come between the months of October and May
Tarangire Sopa Lodge on the eastern side of the Tarangire river, opposite Tarangire Hill. The lodge is 120kms (75 miles) from Arusha by road and is one of Tanzania's most easily accessible conservation areas. Can accommodate 160 guests in 75 suites, each enjoying wall-to-wall carpeting, a private lounge with a mini bar, a bedroom with two queen size beds and ample room for a third, an en-suite bathroom with shaver sockets and a hair dryer, and a private verandah which offers stunning views over the baobab studded lands
Geoffrey Dean finds that Tanzania’s safari giants — the Selous, the Serengeti and Tarangire — complement one another surprisingly well.

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