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Private Safari and Archeological History Tour

Safari Itineraries

6 day Safari Tour
6 Day Safari Tour
● These are suggested itineraries. They can be adjusted to suit your needs.
● We are open daily for enquiries, 7am-8pm East Africa time

Information for Travelers

● Not wheelchair accessible
● Infants must sit on laps
● Near public transportation

Health Restrictions
● No Back Problems
● No Serious Medical Conditions
● No Expectant Mothers

Guides & Languages

In-person guiding : English, French, Mandarin
● In-person guide is licensed or certified
● In-person guide is also the drive

Our Pricing Schedule

Typical 6-day Safari

● Price Guide $1495 (budget camping negotiable, based on 3+ people sharing).
● Price Guide $2195 (mid-range negotiable, based on 3+ people sharing).
● Price Guide $2245 (luxury negotiable, based on 3+ people sharing).
● Prices negotiable for fewer travellers and for more travellers. Single room
supplement applies.

Price guide per person per day for shorter or longer sataris:

1. Camping – $225
2. Mid-range – $285
3. Luxury – $345

6 Day Private Safari and Archeological History Tour

Tarangire National Park Manyara Region

Tarangire National Park is a national park in Tanzania's Manyara Region. The name of the park originates from the Tarangire River that crosses the park. The Tarangire River is the primary source of fresh water for wild animals in the Tarangire Ecosystem during the annual dry season. The Tarangire Ecosystem is defined by the long-distance migration of wildebeest and zebras. During the dry season thousands of animals concentrate in Tarangire National Park from the surrounding wet-season dispersal and calving areas.

Tarangire covers an area of approximately 2,850 square kilometers (1,100 square miles.) The landscape is composed of granitic ridges, river valleys, and swamps. Vegetation is a mix of Acacia woodland, Combretum woodland, seasonally flooded grassland, and baobab trees.

Distance traveled : 152km/94miles
Accommodation : in Karatu; Country Lodge Hotel (mid-range)
Bougainvillea Safari Lodge (luxury)

Bushmen Tour

Our Bushmen Tour will open your eyes to a phase of human history that is in danger of disappearing under the pressures of the modern world. The Hadza people are an indiginous tribe who settled around the plains of Lake Eyasi. They continue their traditions of hunting and gathering and lead a strict patriarchal life, with the men going hunting and the women foraging close to home for food. They are nomadic people and therefore need tracking down when we go to visit. They will, in return, teach you to hunt by bow and arrow!

Because the men are hunters they do appreciate gifts such as a swiss army knife or similar (packed in your luggage, not your in-flight cabin baggage, of course!).

Distance : approx 2-3 hours on bush roads
Accommodation : return to Karatu hotel

Oldupai Gorge Dried up River Valley

Olduvai Gorge, sometimes known also as Oldupai Gorge is a dried up river valley within the Great Rift Valley which was home to some of the earliest upright walking hominids (early humans). In 1978 the team of explorers associated with paleontologist Mary Leakey discovered early hominid footprints embedded in solid rock which was once volcanic ash from the nearby Olmoti volcano (now extinct).

Homo habilis, probably the first early human species, occupied Olduvai Gorge approximately 1.9 million years ago (mya); then came a contemporary australopithecine, Paranthropus boisei, 1.8 mya, followed by Homo erectus, 1.2 mya. Our species Homo sapiens, which is estimated to have emerged roughly 300,000 years ago, is dated to have occupied the site 17,000 years ago.

Distance travelled from Karatu through Southern Serengeti is 176km, 92miles.
Accommodation : Ndutu Safari Lodge

Serengeti Game Drive in Southern and Central Serengeti

A Serengeti Game Drive in Southern and Central Serengeti offers you a unique experience of big game in one of the world’s most prestigious game Parks. The Serengeti is also a world heritage site due to the diversity of wildlife and the biannual migration of a million plus wildebeest. Depending on the time of year you will see the plains full of many species of wild animals and their predators. Visit between December and May for the wildebeest, zebra and gazelle arriving to give birth to their young. During February the Southern Serengeti witnesses thousands of baby wildebeest being targeted by hungry lions, cheetah and hyena, which are in abundance at this time of year.

Distance depends on the safari and game but all within the National Park
Accommodation Day 4 : Serengeti Heritage Lodge
Accommodation Day 5: Rhino Lodge, Ngorongoro Crater

World-Famous Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater, covering the distance from Serengeti park centre to the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater you will follow and overtake the Serengeti migration on the southern plains. This leg may be customizable at the time of the safari. You will settle for one night on the crater rim before the morning game drives through the crater. With an early morning start, you will see the game at its most active - morning feeding time. Leaving the Ngorongoro Crater in late afternoon we head back to our starting point in Arusha.

Total distance traveled : approx. 260km/162mi
Accommodation : Hotel at starting point

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Your crew

Undertaking a climb of Kilimanjaro is a proper mountain expedition and as your crew has to carry everything from the gate all the way around and up to your last camp your support team will be quite a large one.

You’ll have a big support crew for your trek. For 2 trekkers typically you’ll have 1 head guide, an assistant guide, a chef, and around 10 porters, some of whom will do additional work, for example, waiter, kitchen assistant, water collectors, tent erectors. And you don’t need to do any work on the mountain our crew will prepare the camp and all equipment ready for your arrival and pack up the camp in the morning after your departure.

We hand-pick all of our crew so you have the best. Your crew can turn your trek from a punishing slog to a lifetime of unique, happy memories. So we look after our crew -we believe that a happy crew makes a happy trek.

We are committed to raising the standards of a porter’s welfare. The porters are allowed to carry a maximum of 20 kg according to park regulations and we ensure that is strictly adhered to. We also pay over the minimum wage and intend to increase salaries in accordance with the cost of living. Their work is invaluable and must be recognised by paying fair salaries and providing good standards of food, tents, and mountain clothing.

Your head guide has ultimate responsibility for you and your fellow climbers as well as the crew whilst on the mountain.

All our guides are fully licensed by KINAPA. There is a comprehensive training program and assessment in order to qualify as a guide which includes high-altitude first aid and rescue. Additionally, all our guides have several years of experience climbing Kilimanjaro and leading expeditions. They have a huge range of experiences to draw upon to make your climb safe and successful.

Our Day Trip

About 65km east of Arusha lies the sleepy town of Moshi, resting at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. The mountain towers over the Moshi landscape like a giant shepherd overlooking his flock. click here for details.