Safaris

Tanzanian Safaris

Most visitors to Tanzania visit the north-eastern and northern coastal regions. This area is home to some of the most famous wildlife preserves on the planet including the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Mt. Kilimanjaro – the highest point in Africa – calls northern Tanzania home, as does Olduvai Gorge, where George and Mary Leakey discovered Australopithecus, the oldest known ancestor of man. In addition, the spice islands of Zanzibar and Pemba just off the north-eastern coast entice many adventurers with their rich, romantic histories and ancient cities.

For those seeking the less travelled road, western and southern Tanzania are home to vast conservation areas and many cultures that are not experienced by travelling the northern circuit. For example, observing and photographing chimpanzees in the wild is a joy reserved for visitors to Tanzania’s western conservation areas. The famous studies of Jane Goodall were carried out in Gombe Stream National Park. A visit to Lake Victoria affords glimpses of different ways of living, a sampling of freshwater seafood and fantastically unspoiled islands.

Kenyan Safaris

Many Kenyan safaris are combined with Tanzanian safaris. Together, the two countries offer a sensational array of cultural, historical and wildlife adventures. On the Kenyan side, visitors are likely to spend time in sprawling Nairobi, the setting of “Out of Africa,” the autobiographical story of Karen Blixen’s experiences in colonial East Africa. Nairobi National Park’s animal orphanage allows visitors to see and even pat baby animals that have been orphaned by poaching or other tragic circumstances. Other parks include the Masai Mara, home to millions of Wildebeest at the northernmost point of the great migration; Amboseli, famous for its elephant herds; and gigantic Tsavo.

Along the coast, beautiful white-sand beaches and coral reefs beckon sun bathers and divers alike. From sailing on a dhow (a type of boat invented in the 8th century) around the historical island of Lamu to setting off on a camel safari in the desert north, the farther reaches of Kenya also have a lot to offer. A climb up Mt. Kenya, Africa’s second highest peak, may entice some while an exploration of the mysterious Gedi ruins will attract the archaeologically minded.

Day by Day Safari Details
I Dream of Africa is a very experienced and professional Tanzanian Company and we would be delighted to help you explore all the corners of our country as well as taking you to the roof of Africa for the experience of a lifetime!

You can simply state the length of time for your safari and I Dream of Africa they will design it for you. Alternatively you can take one of the standard safaris off the list or design your own trip. Just send an email to info@idreamofafrica.com

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Example itineraries:

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Rift Valley Explore

Wilderness & Culture Safari

Luxury Tent Camping Safari

Budget Camping Safari

Kilimanjaro Climb

7 Days Nature Camping Safari

7 Days Wildlife Week

8 Days Lodging Safari

8 Days Tented and Lodging Safari

9 Days Lodge Safari

9 Days Nature Camping

10 Days Migration South Tented Camping

10 Days Nature Camping

10 Days Tented Safari

11 Days Tented Camping

12 Days Nature Lodging and Tented Safari

12 Days Nature Camping Safari

12 Days Nature Budget Camping

14 Days Nature Camping and Canoe

14 Day Nature Camping