Tanzania - Summer or Fall 2019
Our small group Adventure Marketplace safari is limited to 14 participants. I’ve listened to some of your suggestions and so, this unique, active and private itinerary has been designed with your input as well as the expertise of our local tour operator based in Tanzania. The itinerary is currently being tweaked a bit to make sure we have the best experience and that it includes less time each day in the vehicle and plenty of options for physical activity including walks, hikes and perhaps some cycling.
Stay tuned for updates but please contact me if you’re interested
To be determined
Depends on the number of participants 6-12 max
From our tour operator “There are so many interesting half day/ day walks or half day/ day visits like a walk to the elephant caves in Ngorongoro Wild Forest, to visit Empakaai Crater and climb down to the bottom of the Crater and walk along the shore of the Lake, walk through coffee and banana plantations at Mt. Kilimanjaro or Mt. Meru, day climbs of Mt. Loolmalassin, Tanzania’s third highest mountain or day climb of Mt. Hanang, Tanzania’s fifh highest mountain, drive to the warm wells in Maasai Land, visit to Lake Chala, biking at the foot of Mt. Meru or in Karatu in the Ngorongoro Highlands or at Lake Manyara, walks in the Usambara Mountains, visit to the Hadzabes, the bushmen of Tanzania…. and so many other activities and walks. We hope to also see the Wildebeest migrating (realize this is up to the powers that be) We will try to include one or two extra days during the safari for this purpose. It is incredible seeing so many animals at a time. Itinerary may be altered as our guides will try to include places where we can find the Great Migration – although there is not a 100% guarantee. The climate changes have also started to influence the Great Migration…”
The tentative safari itinerary will include a delicious taste of Tanzania and will finish with the highlight of 4 nights on the tropical magical island of Zanzibar!
THE ATTRACTION OF ZANZIBAR!
Only the name of this island awakens longings as assets a few destinations. The archipelago off the coast of East Africa starts to open up to tourism. But which hides the mystery of the unknown beauty?
Awakened by the noise of the Indian Ocean, you float soon silently and with tireless eye on the fragile treasures of the sea away – just a touch of breath, you seem to be separated from the coral and iridescent creatures of the fascinating underwater world.
In the warm evening light Africa azure waters washed your feet, while the wooden boats of fishermen slowly heading towards home port to bring the catch of the day on the market.
Contact Nancy for more information!