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Tanzania Day trip Safari

Tanzania Day trip Safaris

As one of the most popular countries in Africa and the world, Tanzania has it all!
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    • Ngorongoro Day Trip
      Have you got a day to spend in Arusha?  Then you simply must visit the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater. It’s a once in a lifetime experience which you’ll never forget.
    • Lake Manyara National Park
      Lake Manyara is another great day trip from Arusha if you’d like to take a game drive through the grassy flood plains of Lake Manyara National Park.
    • Tarangire Day Trip
      Tarangire National Park also has sensational game viewing and you may see pythons, lions or leopards lounging in the trees.  Tarangire is home to over 550 varieties of birds so if you’re a bird lover this is the day trip for you.

    Please note all trips are for a minimum of two people.

     

 

    • Dar es Salaam City Tour
      Spend a day getting to know one of the greatest cities in East Africa.
    • Dar es Salaam Zoo
      Want to see all of the animals of Africa, but don’t have time to leave the city? No problem! Take our Dar es Salaam Zoo tour.
    • Mikumi National Park
      Want to venture out of town and see some wildlife in its natural habitat?  Then come with us to Mikumi National Park which is alive with wild animals and birds.
    • Saadani National Park
      Sadaani National Park is the only wildlife sanctuary in East Africa right on the Indian Ocean, and is the closest safari from Dar es Salaam. The bush meets the beach in Saadani and the wildlife is abundant making it an amazing day trip.
    • Zanzibar Day Trip
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  1. Leave from the idyllic city of Mwanza at 5:00 AM and spend a full day immersing yourself in the Serengeti. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the savannah as you take a day to relax and enjoy the beautiful nature of Tanzania.

Highlights

  • Witness the beauty of the thousands of herds of wildebeest and zebras feeding in the endless plains or crossing the Mara
  • See wild creatures (birds, animals, reptiles etc.) roaming around the savannah woodland, dominated by acacia trees to savannah grassland

Full description

The name Serengeti conjures up images of one of the last remaining wildlife spectacles on Earth. Witness the marvelous beauty of thousands of wildebeest and zebras feeding on the endless plains, crossing the Mara and Grumet rivers or giving birth around the Ndutu area. See lions, resting or attentively stalking their prey. Experience the big and small: a female elephant teaching her baby how to eat and dung beetles rolling a 10-kilogram pile of elephant dung.

Generally, the Serengeti provides a variety of habitats to thousands and thousands of wild creatures (birds, animals, reptiles etc.) roaming around from the savannah woodland. Dominated by acacia trees to savannah grassland, hills, and rivers that flows across the park, the Serengeti is truly one of a kind.

 

Tanzania is in general a safe, hassle-free country. That said, you do need to take the usual precautions and keep up with government travel advisories. Avoid isolated areas, especially isolated stretches of beach. In cities and tourist areas take a taxi at night. Only take taxis from established taxi ranks or hotels. Never enter a taxi that already has someone else in it other than the driver. Never pay any money for a safari or trek in advance until you’ve thoroughly checked out the company, and never pay any money at all outside the company’s office.

As long as you stay up-to-date with your vaccinations and take basic preventive measures, you’re unlikely to succumb to most of the possible health hazards. While Tanzania has an impressive selection of tropical diseases on offer, it’s more likely you’ll get a bout of diarrhoea or a cold than a more exotic malady. The main exception to this is malaria, which is a real risk throughout much of the country. Road accidents are the other main threat to your health.

Much like any reputable travel company, Woodland Trek & Safaris is financially bonded. What does this mean? It means that any deposit you make with us is protected by a bonding agency. In our case, we’re bonded with the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators {TATO}, a credible member-driven organisation that has been operating successfully since 2016. To become a TATO member, businesses must annually prove that they adhere to the highest standards of financial integrity, professionalism and service. Our TATO bond is essentially an insurance policy, protecting you, the consumer.So when booking with us, you can be confident that your investment in a luxury African safari with us is protected.

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