Thinking of coming for a safari to Tanzania on budget? We have all options well arranged for you! Our affordable safaris allow you to enjoy all the wildlife in a given safari package, the vehicles are comfortable! They only difference will be the choice of accommodation. We arrange private budget safaris to Tanzania.
Tanzania is a paradise and haven to several of nature’s most fascinating creations. Among these is Mountain Kilimanjaro- the highest summit in Africa and the highest self supporting mountain in the world, The Ngorongoro Crater which is the largest crater in the whole world, and large home to a large population of wild animals, and the vast Serengeti Plains habitat to a projected 3 million population of wild animals within an expanse of 12,950 sq km.
Have a closer encounter with wildlife as well as the local culture of Tanzania’s people as you explore the Serengeti and mount Kilimanjaro among other famed destinations. Tanzania for sure is one of the best safari destinations you can enjoy in the world. The country prides in a very rich culture, overwhelming wildlife populations and a diversity of landscapes, which can not be matched with any other found on the African continent.
Mount Kilimanjaro On Budget
The Kilimanjaro mountain is Snow capped and masked by clouds, and for the local Chagga people they referred to it as ‘Kilema Kyaro’ to mean ‘that which can’t be conquered’! However, Today this mountain is a dream destination for adventure who are very eager to conquer its peak and raise on the roof-top of Africa. Mountain Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain as well as the tallest self-supporting mountain in the world. It includes hiking for over 50 km, attaining an altitude of 4,000 meters, traversing rainforests, moorland, alpine-desert as well as snow covered plains. A safari to the mountain will certainly be an unforgettable life time adventure
Mount Kilimanjaro On Budget
The Kilimanjaro mountain is Snow capped and masked by clouds, and for the local Chagga people they referred to it as ‘Kilema Kyaro’ to mean ‘that which can’t be conquered’! However, Today this mountain is a dream destination for adventure who are very eager to conquer its peak and raise on the roof-top of Africa. Mountain Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain as well as the tallest self-supporting mountain in the world. It includes hiking for over 50 km, attaining an altitude of 4,000 meters, traversing rainforests, moorland, alpine-desert as well as snow covered plains. A safari to the mountain will certainly be an unforgettable life time adventure.
The unspoiled Selous Game Reserve was declared a World Heritage Site back in 1982. It covers and expanse of 55,000 square kilometer, occupying close to 60% of the total land area of Tanzania. The Selous is bigger than Switzerland, and is today the biggest game reserve in the world, and only comes second to the Serengeti in holding the largest population of wildlife. The Selous in addition is home to the largest number of elephant in the world, with approximately 32,000 elephants dwelling there, and this is 70% of their total population in the country. It is quite challenging to well describe the splendor of this great reserve in words!
Balloon safari in Tanzania
You will wake up as early as 5am from your safari lodge and head to the launching site. There you will have an opportunity to move around and enjoy the day break sounds of sweetly singing birds. As the balloon is nearly filled up, the pilot will take you through the key basic safety-procedures and also explains to you some of the expectations you are likely to experience on this adventure. this balloon safari is a very wonderful way to explore the vast Serengeti planes and will reward you with breathtaking sights worth enjoying!
Ngorongoro Safari on Budget
The Ngorongoro Conservation Areas as well as the adjacent highlands are among the most spectacular areas in Africa. The most well-known feature is undeniably the Ngorongoro Crater, which is the largest unbroken volcanic caldera in the whole world, and habitat to the largest population of big game on the continent. The crater’s walls are as high as 600 meters while its great volcanic floor host a variety of animals among which are the big 5. For that reason your tour to Northern Tanzania should include a visist to the Ngorongoro Crater as it is additionally an exceptional place where you can get the opportunity to interact with the resident Maasai people.
Lake Manyara National Park
Despite Lake Manyara National Park being one of the small game parks in Tanzania, the park prides in a great diversity of landscapes, plant as well as animal species. The park is sheltered by the Great Rift Valley escarpment and covers an expanse of 325 square kilometers; this park is covered with green plant vegetation. Lake Manyara was primarily established to safeguard the elephant populations which have actually made this park internationally famous. The park offer an exceptional and diverse wildlife experience worth enjoying. A diverse range of habitats, and a rich biodiversity, are all crowded into a somewhat small expanse within this National Park.
Mahale Mountains National Park
Well-known for being a habitat for some of the few remaining chimpanzees on the African continent, The Mahale Mountains National Park was declared a park in 1985. The park occupies an expanse of 1,613 sq. km and is situated approximately 128 kilometers south of the town of Kigoma along Lake Tanganyika’s eastern shore. The western edge of Mahale Park is an approximately 1.6 kilometer wide strip with waters of Lake Tanganyika.
When one talks of Zanzibar what crosses many people’s minds are romantic of pictures dhows with beautiful white sails, continuous whit sandy beaches dotted with palms, veiled African women, very old ruins as well as exotic spices all for you to enjoy and explore. The island has a very fascinating history, that well reflects at present day in the local people’s culture as well as traditions. Factually, Zanzibar has quite a lot to offer its guest than only the beautiful white sand beaches.Tarangire National Park is located south of the vast open grass-plains of the Maasai lands, covering an estimated area of 1,600 sq miles or 2,600 sq km. it is only 75 miles southwest of the town of Arusha. This park can best be toured along the northern Tanzania Safari Circuit.
Great walking experiences require a good terrain, wildlife as well as knowledgeable guides. Tanzania fortunately offers all these to its guests, and is a perfect destination for memorable short, long hikes and safari walks in the beautiful reserves, or some days of walking and camping in breathtaking surroundings.
Cheap Birding Safari in Tanzania
Tanzania is among the very fascinating bird watching locations in the whole world. The country prides in more than 1,040 recorded species of birds, and it is the third largest population in Africa. Of the ten endemic bird families on Africa, Eight are present in Tanzania.
These birding safaris are mostly enjoyed by enthusiastic and passionate birders as well as naturalists. They are very ideal for people interested in viewing wildlife outside their safari vehicles.