The beauty side of Tanzania

October 13, 2008 at 1:01 pm 1 comment

“The beauty side of Tanzania” is our new range of itineraries focussing on cultural encounters, the close-up discovery of natural wonders, and doing activities “other” than just the typical National Park game drive safari. The itineraries are ideal for those travellers who want to see Tanzania in a multifaceted way and learn more about the country than the average tourist. Led by local guides, they are also perfect for repeat visitors to Africa.

However, our 8 days package, besides visiting a Chagga village on the slopes of Kilimanjaro, an “authentic” Massai village which is not set up for tourism purposes, and the farming areas of Mtu Wa Mbu, includes some game drives in Tanzania’s most stunning National Parks, because it would simply be a real pity if you would leave the country without having visited them.

The two 5 days itineraries, with one including hiking in the Usambara Mountains, and the other one including activities of historical visits and natural exploration along the Dar-es-Salaam/Bagamoyo coast area, are perfect if you are short in time or can be added to any other safari itinerary or mountain climb.

See the full itineraries here.


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  • 1. Safari  |  December 29, 2008 at 11:11 am

    These are great iteneraries you have. I would love to recommend it to any African safari traveller. Also your choice of Tanzania which is one of the best places in East Africa for a cultural safari.


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