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  • About Us | Kilitanzania Pride Tours & Safaris | Arusha

    Das ist unsere Geschichte Ich bin ein Absatz. Klicken Sie hier, um Ihren eigenen Text hinzuzufügen und mich zu bearbeiten. Es ist einfach. Klicken Sie einfach auf "Text bearbeiten" oder doppelklicken Sie auf mich, um Ihren eigenen Inhalt hinzuzufügen und Änderungen an der Schriftart vorzunehmen. Sie können mich jederzeit per Drag & Drop auf Ihre Seite ziehen. Ich bin ein großartiger Ort, an dem Sie eine Geschichte erzählen und Ihre Benutzer ein wenig mehr über Sie erfahren können. Dies ist ein großartiger Ort, um Langtext über Ihr Unternehmen und Ihre Dienstleistungen zu schreiben. In diesem Bereich können Sie etwas detaillierter auf Ihr Unternehmen eingehen. Sprechen Sie über Ihr Team und welche Dienstleistungen Sie erbringen. Erzählen Sie Ihren Besuchern, wie Sie auf die Idee für Ihr Unternehmen gekommen sind und was Sie von Ihren Mitbewerbern unterscheidet. Heben Sie Ihr Unternehmen hervor und zeigen Sie Ihren Besuchern, wer Sie sind.

  • Kilimanjaro Treks and Safaris | Kilitanzania Pride Tours | Arusha

    Entdecken Sie Afrika wie ein Einheimischer Lassen Sie unsere Experten ein unvergessliches Abenteuer planen, das genau auf Sie zugeschnitten ist! What would you like to do? arrow&v How many people? arrow&v Budget per person arrow&v When are you going? arrow&v Create my trip Our Travel Packages Wildlife Safaris The greatest wildlife sanctuary in the world Culture & Heritage Tours Experience the art and simplicity of tribal living Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb the crown jewel of Tanzania Mt. Meru Hike the second highest mountain in Tanzania Das ist unsere Geschichte Ich bin ein Absatz. Klicken Sie hier, um Ihren eigenen Text hinzuzufügen und mich zu bearbeiten. Es ist einfach. Klicken Sie einfach auf "Text bearbeiten" oder doppelklicken Sie auf mich, um Ihren eigenen Inhalt hinzuzufügen und Änderungen an der Schriftart vorzunehmen. Ich bin ein großartiger Ort, an dem Sie eine Geschichte erzählen und Ihre Benutzer ein wenig mehr über Sie erfahren können. About Us 5 Star rated Tour Operator in Africa CONNECT Zanzibar Beach Getaway Peace, rest and relaxation await you Waterfall & Coffee Tour Step off the beaten pathw with this hidden Gem "Martha and Daniel made sure that we could enjoy these amazing tours even during this very difficult times for traveling. Both of them are lovely people, who are much more than just a Tour company, they become your friends.I would not recomend any other way of doing any of these activities. Simply amazing." — Mariana, Mexico Was uns besonders macht Lokale Expertenhandbücher Unsere lokalen Guides sorgen dafür, dass Sie ein unvergessliches Erlebnis haben. Handverlesene Abenteuer Sie erhalten eine maßgeschneiderte Reiseroute, die speziell auf Ihre Bedürfnisse und Wünsche zugeschnitten ist. Versteckte Edelsteinziele Holen und erleben Sie alle versteckten Juwelen, die nur die Einheimischen kennen. Check Out Our Blog Noch keine Beiträge in dieser Sprache veröffentlicht Bleibe dran... Alle Blog-Beiträge anzeigen Fragen Sie uns alles 500 Terry Francois Straße San Francisco, CA 94158 info@mysite.com | 123-456-7890 einreichen Thanks for submitting!

  • Kilimanjaro | Tanzania Pride Tours & Safaris | Arusha

    Mount Kilimanjaro Are you someone who's always looking for a new challenge? Mount Kilimanjaro could be your next adventure ! Push your limits in Tanzania by taking on the 5895 meter climb of the world's largest free-standing mountain. Find out more below where our expert guides explain everything you need to know about this once in a lifetime adventure. Good to know before climbing... What's included in the price? Park entrance fee ✓ Transport to and from the gate ✓ Assistant Guide ✓ Mountain chef ✓ Rescue Fee ✓ 2-person tent ✓ Camping fee ✓ Professional Mountain Guide ✓ Mountain porters ✓ 3 meals a day ✓ Mountain Gear ✓ Mattress ✓ What's not included? Flights ✘ Guide and porter tips ✘ Hiking poles ✘ Tanzania Visa ✘ Warm clothes ✘ ​ Recommended equipment Sleeping bag Warm top and bottom base layers ( e.g. long wool) Rucksack with a rain proof cover Waterproof pants Flashlight Hiking poles. Hiking boots Hiking socks Sunglasses Waterproof coat/jacket Headtorch Warm jacket (e.g. down jacket) For those who aren't able to bring their own equipment, it's possible to purchase or rent all necessary equipment in the shops. 5 days Marangu Route Day 1 : MARANGU GATE TO MANDARA HUT (2720m) After breakfast in your hotel, you'll go from Arusha town to Marangu gate. The guide will take care of your permit and then you'll begin hiking. The journey from Marangu Gate to Mandara Hut is about three hours. You will have a lunch box to eaton the way. You will have dinner and sleep overnight at Mandara hut. ​ Day 2 : MANDARA HUT TO HOROMBO HUT (3720m) ​ After breakfast you will begin your hike from Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut. You will see plenty of beautiful flowers, zebra rocks. You will walk for around six hours, and have lunch on the way. You will have dinner and spend the night at Horombo Hut. Day 3 : HOROMBO HUT TO KIBO HUT (4700m) This is the day you will reach the summit. After breakfast, you start your journey from Horombo Hurt to Kibo Hut. You will have a lunchbox to eat on the way. On the way you will cross Mawenzi Peak [5149m.s.l] where you will experience a desert climate. You will have diner early and then try to sleep for around 6 hours. At around 11:30pm you will wake up for tea and biscuits. Afterwards you will begin the final ascent to Uhuru peak [5895m], the highest point of Africa! ​ Day 4 : FROM SUMMIT TO KIBO THEN HOROMBO (5895m) ​ You begin the final ascent at around midnight. This is by far the most difficult part of the trek and you will mostly likely experience biting cold, tiredness and altitude sickness. It usually takes between 6-7 hours to reach the summit, just in time for sunrise. After making it to the summit and taking as many photos as you can, you will start descending to Kibo. There you will take a short break for two hours and have lunch. Then you descend to Horombo Hut where you will have dinner and spend the night. ​ Day 5 : HOROMBO HUT TO MARANGU GATE ​ After breakfast you begin your final journey back to Marangu Gate. There you will find a car waiting for you to take you back to Arusha. ​ From : $1500 ​ Select Marangu Route Now Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs. 6 days Machame Route Machame Route, also known as “Whiskey” route, is in our opinion the best way to climb Kilimanjaro and takes six or seven days. It is the second most popular and one of the most scenic routes on the mountain. All climbers sleep in tents (which are included). Meals are served in a dining tent or on a blanket outside. The success rate for this route is fairly high and is aimed at physically fit people with some hiking experience. After reaching the summit, you descend down the Mweka trail and stay overnight at either Mweka or Millennium camp. This is your final night on the mountain. However, some climbers choose to go all the way to Mweka Gate and leave on the same day to avoid staying an extra night. Below is the 6 Days Kilimanjaro climb-Machame route itinerary : Day 1: Machame Gate to Machame camp (2835m) In the morning we depart from the base hotel at approximately 9:00 AM for Machame village where you begin the trek. From the Machame Gate you walk for about two to three hours through a dense forest of fig and rubber trees, begonia flowers, and other tropical vegetation. A stop for picnic lunch will be made halfway to this evening’s campsite. As you continue your ascent, you will find that the tropical forest has given way to tall grasses and giant heather. You will be walking on a ridge, to the left of which is the Semira stream, and on the right, the WeruWeru. Depending on the pace of the climbers, arrival at Machame Camp is usually between 5:00 PM and 6:00 PM. Your camp is set up near some old metal huts which were once used for shelter. This initial stage of the climb is tranquil and relatively easy. There is no point in rushing to get to the camp as there is little to do there. Guides tend to recommend a slow ascent even at this point to aid in gradual acclimatisation. Do not try to keep up with your porters who will usually bound ahead. Instead, take time to admire the beauty of the rainforest. Day 2 : Machame Camp to Shira Cave Camp (3750m) The following morning your wake-up call is at around 6:00 AM. You will be greeted with a steaming hot cup of tea or coffee. Weather permitting, you will also be met by a fabulous view of Uhuru peak. Today’s trek takes you up a steep track through a savannah of tall grasses, volcanic rock, and bearded heather. You will encounter giant groundsels as you hike through a ghostly landscape of volcanic lava, caves, and foamy streams. Lunch will be taken just below the Shira Plateau, about three to four hours from Shira Camp. The hike to the next campsite takes approximately six hours and you should arrive between 2:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Most climbers tend to pace themselves, walking slowly and resting about every half-hour. Day 3 : Shira Cave Camp to Baranco Camp (3900m) The entire Shira Plateau greets you this morning with sweeping vistas of Meru and the Shira Needles. A steady walk takes you up to the pass at Lava Tower (4600m) where will you stop to have lunch. Crossing the Bastains stream, you will begin to descend towards Baranco Camp. The descent takes you along an immense canyon called Grand Baranco. Along the way you will see numerous waterfalls which are fed by streams coming from the mountain, converging here to form the Umbwe River. Your camp is set at almost the same altitude as the night before. Today’s trek lasts for about six hours and arrival at camp is between 4:30PM and 5:30PM. Day 4 : Baranco Camp to Barafu Camp (4673m) This morning you begin your hike to Barafu Camp via Karanga Camp, which is on the same altitude as Baranco Camp. You will encounter a bit of a climb at Baranco Cliff and spend the rest of the day's trek climbing up and down the slopes of the mountain. The climbing is not considered difficult and you should arrive in time for lunch (approximately 1:00PM) having trekked for about four hours. In the afternoon you have to hike in the Karanga Valley where giant senecios and lobelia grow, and then continue with the scenic climb to Barafu which is mostly on a moraine with a view of Mawenzi peak towering majestically to the right, and overhead, Kibo peak seemingly just out of reach. The alpine desert terrain encountered at this point is mostly a mineral environment with few lichens and mosses. Climbers arrive at Barafu Camp at around 3:30PM. Climbers who choose to ascend the peak will go to bed very early this night, as the next day is the longest one. ​ Day 5: Barafu Camp to Summit (5895m ) ​ You will be woken at around 11:00pm and, after a light breakfast, start climbing at around midnight. It is at this stage that the climb becomes much more difficult. Here, very few will not be suffering from altitude sickness in some form or another. Climbers should carry as little as possible on this portion of the climb. Temperatures will range from -4° to 5° Fahrenheit. Making your way up a path that is flanked by the Ratzel and Rebman glaciers, you will climb for about six hours before reaching the edge of the crater, between Stella and Hans Meyer points. Another hour of climbing brings you to the summit. Uhuru stands at 19,340 feet and is the highest point on the continent of Africa. The track around the edge of the crater is rocky and icy. Concentrate on your feet, and follow your guide very closely for this portion of the journey. The descent is no easier than the ascent. You will reach Kibo Hut after about three hours (around 11:30 AM). Climbers will be given the opportunity to rest and have some refreshments before continuing on to Mweka Camp for the night. Arriving into camp at around 5:00PM, you will have trekked a total of thirteen hours today. Overnight: Mweka Camp (10,200 ft). Day 6 Mweka Camp to Mweka Gate (Finish) : On the final day of the journey, climbers descend from Mweka camp to the base. The descent to the gate will take approximately 4 hours and climbers usually arrive before noon. Upon arrival at the gate climbers will be rewarded with certificates attesting their success at climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and then get transferred back to your base hotel. ​ From : $1800 ​ Enquire Now Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs. 7 days Machame Route Machame Route the so known as “Whiskey” route which means "challenging route" This route is the best route over all routes to climb Kilimanjaro, you can climb it for seven days, It is the second most popular and one of the most scenic routes on the mountain. All climbers sleep in tents (tents are included) and meals are served in a dinner tent or on a blanket outside. It is done over 7 days, so acclimatization is easier, and the success rate is fairly high. It is for physically fit people with some hiking experience. Descent is down the Mweka trail staying at the Mweka or Millenium camp the final night on the mountain. Below is the 7 Days Kilimanjaro climb-Machame route itinerary : ​ Day 1 : Moshi – Machame camp (10,000 ft) In the morning, we depart from our base hotel at approximately 9:00 AM for the Machame village where you begin the trek. From the park entrance gate (Machame), you will walk for about two to three hours through a dense forest of fig and rubber trees, begonia flowers, and other tropical vegetation. A stop for picnic lunch will be made halfway to this evening’s campsite. As you continue your ascent, you will find that the tropical forest has given way to tall grasses and giant heather. You will be walking on a ridge, to the left of which is the Semira stream, and on the right, the WeruWeru. Depending on the pace of the climbers, arrival at Machame Camp is usually between 5:00 PM and 6:00 PM. Your camp is set up near some old metal huts, which were once used for shelter. This initial stage of the climb is tranquil and relatively easy. There is no point in rushing to get to the camp, as there is little to do there. Guides tend to recommend a slow ascent, even at this point, for gradual acclimatisation. Do not try to keep up with your porters, who will usually bound ahead. Instead, take time to admire the beauty of the rainforest. ​ Day 2 : Machame Camp – Shira Camp (12,500 ft) On this subsequent morning, wake-up call is at around 6:00 AM. You will be greeted with a steaming cup of tea or coffee, and weather permitting, by a fabulous view of Uhuru peak. Today’s trek takes you up a steep track through a savannah of tall grasses, volcanic rock, and bearded heather. You will encounter giant groundsels as you hike through a ghostly landscape of volcanic lava, caves, and foamy streams. Lunch will be taken just below the Shira Plateau, about three to four hours from Shira Camp. The hike to the next campsite takes approximately six hours and you should arrive between 2:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Most climbers tend to pace themselves, walking slowly and resting about every half-hour. ​ Day 3 : Shira Camp to Barranco Camp (13,000 ft) The entire Shira Plateau greets you this morning with sweeping vistas across to Meru and the Shira Needles. A steady walk takes you up to the pass at Lava Tower (15,000 ft), where you stop to have lunch. Crossing the Bastains stream, you will begin to descend towards Barranco Camp. The descent takes you along an immense canyon called Grand Barranco. Along the way, you will see numerous waterfalls, which are fed, by streams coming from the mountain, converging here to form the Umbwe River. Your camp is set at almost the same altitude as the night before. Today’s trek lasts for about six hours and arrival at camp is between 4:30PM and 5:30PM. ​ ​ Day 4 : Barranco Camp – Barafu Camp (15,200 ft) This morning you begin your hike to Barafu Camp via Karanga Camp, which is on the same altitude as Barranco Camp.You will encounter a bit of a climb at Barranco Cliff and spend the rest of the trek climbing up and down the slopes of the mountain most of the way to camp. The climbing is not considered difficult and you should arrive in time for lunch (approximately 1:00PM) having trekked for about four hours. In the afternoon you have to hike in the Karanga Valley where giant senecios and lobelia grow; then continue with the scenic climb to Barafu which is mostly on a moraine with a view of Mawenzi peak towering majestically to the right, and overhead, Kibo peak seemingly just out of reach. The alpine desert terrain encountered at this point is mostly a mineral environment with few lichens and mosses. Climbers arrive at Barafu Camp at around 3:30PM. Climbers who choose to ascend the peak will go to bed very early this night, as the next day is the longest one. ​ Day 5 : Aclamatization day On this day you will climb a little higher and go back down to the same camp for overnight, this help climbers cope with higher altitude. ​ ​ Day 6 : Barafu Camp – Mweka Camp [Ascent to Summit (19,430 ft) / Descent] You will be awakened at midnight and after a light breakfast, start climbing at around 1:00 AM. It is at this stage that the climb becomes much more difficult. Here, very few will not be suffering from altitude sickness in some form or another; and climbers should carry as little as possible on this portion of the climb. Temperatures will range from -4° to 5° Fahrenheit. Making your way up a path that is flanked by the Ratzel and Rebman glaciers, you will climb for about six hours before reaching the edge of the crater, between Stella and Hans Meyer points. Another hour of climbing brings you to the summit. Uhuru stands at 19,340 feet and is the highest point on the continent of Africa. The track around the edge of the crater is rocky and icy. Concentrate on your feet, and follow your guide very closely for this portion of the journey. The descent is no easier than the ascent. You will reach Kibo Hut after about three hours (around 11:30 AM). Climbers will be given the opportunity to rest and have some refreshments before continuing on to Mweka Camp for the night. Arriving into camp at around 5:00PM, you will have trekked a total of thirteen hours today. Overnight: Mweka Camp (10,200ft) ​ Day 7 : Mweka Camp – Gate OUT On the final day of the journey, climbers descend from Mweka camp to the base. The descent to the gate will take approximately 4 hours and climbers usually arrive before noon. Upon arrival at the gate climbers will be rewarded with certificates attesting their success at climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and then get transferred back to your base hotel. ​ From : $2100 Select Machame Route Now Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs.

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    TRAVEL CAREFREE AGAIN Book your private, custom tour of a lifetime with 100% confidence What would yo like to do? Mt. Killimanjaro Expedition African Wildlife Safari Zanzibar Beach Vacation Heritage & Cultural Tours Waterfall & Coffee Tour How many People? --Select-- arrow&v Budget Per Person --Select-- arrow&v Personal Info First Name Email When would you like to go? --Select-- arrow&v Help us speacilize your trip Send Me My Free Itinerary Close

  • Visit Tanzania | Tanzania Pride Tours & Safaris | Arusha

    Multi-destinations You arrive in Tanzania and you don't want to stop at just one excursion? Would it be too much trouble to leave without visiting everything? No problem, we're here to arrange the trip of your dreams! Continue below to find an example of a popular multi-destination tour. ​ We can help you mix and match your choices according to the length of your stay and your budget, so don't hesitate to contact us! Safari & Zanzibar 11 days trip Safaris to Tarangire Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti Park, Lake Manyara Park, Bushmen's Village Tour and Zanzibar Beach Holiday Day 1 : Arrive in Tanzania via Kilimanjaro airport, drive to Arusha town check in the hotel and take one hour rest then go out for town tour and site seeing at evening hours. Diner and overnight stay at Mvuli hotel . Day 2 : Morning after breakfast, depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch boxes. Full day game viewing in Tarangire National Park,This park is often referred to as the "home of Elephants", you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include Leopards, Lions, Giraffes and even trees climbing Pythons! Dinner and overnight stay at Twiga lodge Day 3 : Early morning after breakfast, with picnic lunch boxes drive to Serengeti National Park, Game viewing en route from Ngorongoro Crater Gate{Olduare} Serengeti National Park its famous park in Tanzania , known worldwide for its endless plains, wildebeests migration, herds of lions and other predators like hyenas, cheetahs and leopards. Crocodiles can be found in the Grumeti River, as well as hippos, giraffes, antelopes, and gazelles. Dinner and overnight in the heart of Serengeti! Heritage Tented Lodge Day 4 : A cup of coffee and sunrise game viewing in western Serengeti. Back to the Lodge for the hot lunch and proceed with game viewing en route to Ngorongoro Crater via OLDUVAI GORGE. Dinner and Overnight stay on top of the crater rim, overlooking the crater floor! Wildlife Lodge Day 5 : An early breakfast at 6:00 am and descend 610m. Down the crater floor with picnic lunch boxes. Full day crater tour-which its 6hrs.There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site at the crater floor. In the afternoon, ascend the and drive to lake Manyara Lodge for dinner and overnight Day 6 : Morning after breakfast, drive in to Lake Manyara National Park for Full day game viewing. Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its green scenery, varied bird life, trees climbing lions, and hippos, At evening hours drive to lake Eyasi village. Dinner and overnight camping at bushmen's Day 7 : Early morning hunting with bushmen's followed with full day Hadzabe culture tour. At evening hours drive back to Arusha town. Dinner and overnight stay at Mvuli Hotel Day 8 : Early in the morning flying from Arusha to Zanzibar, transfer to Stone town hotel, check inn at Pyramid, free time and evening walk to forodhani garden, dinner and overnight pyramid hotel. Day 9 : Breakfast, then you will do a walking Stone town Tour, check out and drive to South east coast, on the way you will do Spice tour which includes Swahili lunch, after Spice tour drive to beach and overnight Ndame beach Bungalow. Day 10 : 06:00am, pick up and drive on the South coast for Dolphins tour, back to hotel around 10:00am, breakfast, free time and relax at hotel. Day 11 : Breakfast, 09:00am pick up for Jozani forest tour,this is a half day trip,back around 1:00pm, free time and overnight What is included in the price : All park entry fee, crater services fee, full body hotel accommodation, 4Wheel Toyota Land cruiser-Open roof, mineral water, profession driver/Guide What is not included : flight ticket, Tanzania Visa, tips for driver guide and personal requirements like cigarette and alcohol. ​ From : $4200 for 2 people Plan this Trip Now

  • Zanzibar | Tanzania pride Tours & Safaris | Arusha

    Zanzibar - Island Paradise Want to sunbathe on the pristine white sands of Zanzibar? Let our experts organise a tailor-made trip designed especially for you. Relax on the beautiful white sands, experience a traditional Dhow boat tour or dine under the stars. For adventurous souls experience you can snorkelling, scuba diving, jet ski rides or ride the turquoise waves while learning to kite surf. ZANZIBAR TOUR Day One Pick up at Zanzibar Airport/Seaport and transfer to Beach at Amaan Beach Bungalows for check-in and overnight stay. Day Two After breakfast at 09:00hrs pick up for Prison Island and Stonetown tours then head back to your Hotel for overnight stay. Day Three Full day snorkelling at Mnemba with lunch then transfer back to the hotel. Day Four Transfer from hotel to Zanzibar airport to catch your flight back home, hoping that you will have enjoyed our services and your trip. ​ Additional days and activities can be added at your request. Don't hesitate to contact us so that we can help you plan your best stay! ​ ​ From : $1220 Plan a trip to Zanzibar Now Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs.

  • Safari | Tanzania Pride Tours & Safari | Arusha

    Safari Packages Have you been longing to go on a Safari for some time? Perhaps you're starting to want to jump at the chance but don't know where to start with so much choice out there! We are here to help! Our expert guides explain everything you'll need to plan your perfect safari tour. Explore the stunning wildlife in Tanzania from the Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro crater. 2 Day Safari Camping Safari to Tarangire Park & Ngorongoro Crater Day 1 : Morning after breakfast, depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch boxes. Full day game viewing in Tarangire National Park,This park is often referred to as the "home of Elephants", you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include Leopards, Lions, Giraffes and even trees climbing Pythons ! Dinner and overnight stay at Kizumba Camp. Day 2 : An early breakfast and drive to Ngorongoro Crater descend 610m Down the crater floor with picnic lunch boxes. Full day crater tours which its 6hrs.There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site at the crater floor. In the afternoon, ascend the Crater and drive back to Arusha. ​ From : $500 Plan your Safari Now 3 Day Safari Camping Safari to Tarangire Park, Ngorongoro Crater & Lake Manyara Park Day 1 : Morning, after breakfast, depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch boxes. Full day game viewing in Tarangire National Park, This park is often referred to as the "Home of Elephants". Here you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include Leopards, Lions, Giraffes and even tree climbing Pythons! Dinner and overnight stay at Kizumba Camp. Day 2 : After an early breakfast drive to Ngorongoro Crater, descend 610m down into the crater floor where you will have lunch. Full day crater tour - which is 6hrs.There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. In the afternoon, ascend the crater and drive to Kizumba camp for dinner and overnight stay. Day 3 : After breakfast drive to Lake Manyara National Park for a full day game viewing. Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its lush green scenery, varied bird life, tree climbing lions and hippos. Evening time you will be driven back to Arusha city. ​ From : $750 Plan your Safari Now 3 Day Safari Camping Safari to Ngorongoro Crater & Serengeti Park Day 1 : Early morning after breakfast, with picnic lunch boxes drive to Serengeti National Park. Game viewing en-route from Ngorongoro Crater Gate {Olduare} Serengeti National Park is Tanzania's most famous, known worldwide for its endless plains, wildebeests migration, herds of lions and other predators like hyenas, cheetahs and leopards. Crocodiles can be found in the Grumeti River, as well as hippos, giraffes, antelopes, and gazelles. Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay in the heart of the Serengeti at Seronera Campsite. Day 2 : A cup of tea or coffee and stunning sunrise game views in western Serengeti. Back to the camp for a hot lunch and proceed with game viewing en-route to Ngorongoro Crater via OLDUVAI GORGE. Enjoy dinner and an overnight stay on top of the crater rim, peering down into the crater floor! Simba Camp. Day 3 : An early breakfast at 6:00am. Then begin your 610m descent to the crater floor where you can enjoy picnic lunch at the bottom. Full day crater tour-which its 6hrs. There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. In the afternoon you'll ascend the crater and be driven back to Arusha city. ​ From : $750 Plan your Safari Now 4 Day Safari Tarangire Park, Ngorongoro Crater & Serengeti Park 1st Day : After breakfast, depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch boxes. Full day game viewing in Tarangire National Park. This park is often referred to as the "home of Elephants", you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include Leopards, Lions, Giraffes and even trees climbing Pythons! Dinner and overnight stay at Twiga lodge. 2nd Day : After breakfast, with picnic lunch boxes drive to Serengeti National Park, Game viewing en route from Ngorongoro Crater Gate. Serengeti National Park is a very famous park in Tanzania, known worldwide for its endless plains, wildebeests migration, herds of lions and other predators like hyenas, cheetahs and leopards. Crocodiles can be found in the Grumeti River, as well as hippos, giraffes, antelopes, and gazelles. Dinner and overnight in the heart of Serengeti, at Mikese Tented Lodge. 3rd Day : A cup of coffee and Sunrise game viewing in western Serengeti. Back to the camp for the hot lunch and proceed with game viewing en route to Ngorongoro Crater via Olduvai Gorge. Dinner and overnight stay on top of the crater rim, overlooking the crater floor, at Norongoro Wildlife lodge. 4th Day : An early breakfast at 6:00 am and descend 610m. Down the crater floor with picnic lunch boxes. Full day crater tour-which lasts 6hrs. There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day : Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site at the crater floor. In the afternoon, ascend the crater and drive back to Arusha town. From : $1000 Plan your Safari Now 5 Day Safari Tarangire Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti Park & Lake Manyara Park Day 1 : After breakfast, depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch boxes. Full day game viewing in Tarangire National Park,This park is often referred to as the "home of Elephants", you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include Leopards, Lions, Giraffes and even trees climbing Pythons! Dinner and overnight stay at Kizumba Camp Day 2 : Early morning after breakfast, with picnic lunch boxes drive to Serengeti National Park, Game viewing en route from Ngorongoro Crater Gate{Olduare} Serengeti National Park its famous park in Tanzania , known worldwide for its endless plains, wildebeests migration, herds of lions and other predators like hyenas, cheetahs and leopards. Crocodiles can be found in the Grumeti River, as well as hippos, giraffes, antelopes, and gazelles. Dinner and overnight in the heart of Serengeti! Seronera Campsite. Day 3 : A cup of coffee and Sunrise game viewing in western Serengeti. Back to the camp for the hot lunch and proceed with game viewing en route to Ngorongoro Crater via OLDUVAI GORGE. Dinner and Overnight stay on top of the crater rim, overlooking the crater floor! Simba Camp. Day 4 : An early breakfast at 6:00 am and descend 610m. Down the crater floor with picnic lunch boxes. Full day crater tour-which its 6hrs.There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site at the crater floor. In the afternoon, ascend the and drive to kizumba camp for Dinner and overnight Day 5 : Morning after breakfast, drive in to Lake Manyara National Park for Full day game viewing. Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its green scenery, varied bird life, trees climbing lions, and hippos, At evening hours drive back to Arusha town. ​ From : $1300 Plan your Safari Now 6 Day Safari Camping safaris to Tarangire Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti Park & Lake Manyara Park DAY 1 : Morning after breakfast, depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch boxes. Full day game viewing in Tarangire National Park,This park is often referred to as the "home of Elephants", you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include Leopards, Lions, Giraffes and even trees climbing Pythons! Dinner and overnight stay at Kizumba Camp DAY 2 : Early morning after breakfast, with picnic lunch boxes drive to Serengeti National Park, Game viewing en route from Ngorongoro Crater Gate{Olduare} Serengeti National Park its famous park in Tanzania , known worldwide for its endless plains, wildebeests migration, herds of lions and other predators like hyenas, cheetahs and leopards. Crocodiles can be found in the Grumeti River, as well as hippos, giraffes, antelopes, and gazelles. Dinner and overnight in the heart of Serengeti! Seronera Camp DAY 3 : A cup of coffee and Sunrise game viewing in western Serengeti for full day game drive, picnic lunch will provided. Dinner and overnight stay at Seronera camp DAY 4 : Early breakfast and game viewing in western Serengeti. Back to the Lodge for the hot lunch and proceed with game viewing en route to Ngorongoro Crater via OLDUVAI GORGE. Dinner and Overnight stay on top of the crater rim, overlooking the crater floor! Simba camp DAY 5 : An early breakfast at 6:00 am and descend 610m. Down the crater floor with picnic lunch boxes. Full day crater tour-which its 6hrs.There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site at the crater floor. In the afternoon, ascend the and drive to Kizumba camp for dinner and overnight DAY 6 : Morning after breakfast, drive in to Lake Manyara National Park for Full day game viewing. Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its green scenery, varied bird life, trees climbing lions, and hippos, At evening hours drive back to Arusha town. ​ From : $1500 Plan your Safari Now 7 Day Safari Arusha National Park, Tarangire Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti Park & Lake Manyara Park Day 1 : Morning after breakfast drive to Arusha national park for full day game drive and walking safari. This park is very famous for the beautiful Mount Meru, Giraffes, zebras, elephants, Buffalo, beautiful Lake Momela, varieties of birds, and many other small animals. You will have a chance to walk inside the park with escort of armed ranger. Diner and overnight stay at Mvuli hotel . Day 2 : Morning after breakfast, depart from Arusha to Tarangire National Park with picnic lunch boxes. Full day game viewing in Tarangire National Park,This park is often referred to as the "home of Elephants", you have a great chance to spot elephants in large groups gathering around the Tarangire River. Other animals to be spotted include Leopards, Lions, Giraffes and even trees climbing Pythons! Dinner and overnight stay at Twiga lodge Day 3 : Early morning after breakfast, with picnic lunch boxes drive to Serengeti National Park, Game viewing en route from Ngorongoro Crater Gate{Olduare} Serengeti National Park its famous park in Tanzania , known worldwide for its endless plains, wildebeests migration, herds of lions and other predators like hyenas, cheetahs and leopards. Crocodiles can be found in the Grumeti River, as well as hippos, giraffes, antelopes, and gazelles. Dinner and overnight in the heart of Serengeti! Heritage Tented Lodge Day 4 : A cup of coffee and Sunrise game viewing in western Serengeti for full day game drive, picnic lunch will provided. Dinner and overnight stay at Heritage Tented Lodge Day 5 : Early breakfast and game viewing in western Serengeti. Back to the Lodge for the hot lunch and proceed with game viewing en route to Ngorongoro Crater via OLDUVAI GORGE. Dinner and Overnight stay on top of the crater rim, overlooking the crater floor! Wildlife Lodge Day 6 : An early breakfast at 6:00 am and descend 610m down the crater floor with picnic lunch boxes. Full day crater tour which is 6hrs.There is a very high possibility of spotting the big 5 in one day: Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard. Lunch will take place at the picnic site at the crater floor. In the afternoon, ascend the and drive to lake Manyara Lodge for dinner and overnight Day 7 : Morning after breakfast, drive in to Lake Manyara National Park for Full day game viewing. Lake Manyara National Park is famous for its green scenery, varied bird life, trees climbing lions, and hippos. In the evening, drive back to Arusha town. Dinner and overnight stay at Mvuli Hotel. From : $1750 Plan your Safari Now Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs.

  • Waterfall & Coffee Tour | Tanzania pride Tours & Safaris | Arusha

    Waterfall, Coffee Tour & Traditional Cusines Materuni is the home of the Chagga tribe and is still an authentic tribal village. This charming place is just 15km away from Moshi Town and is the last village before the Kilimanjaro National Park. ​ You will be picked up in Moshi in the morning, by our English-speaking guide, who will drive you to Materuni Village. Upon arrival, you will register at the village office and your trip can begin. ​ First you will visit the waterfalls, which are around a 40 minute walk away. On the way, your guide will inform you about the culture of the Chagga, village life and explain the surrounding fauna and flora. The views are truly breathtaking, and with some luck you will see the summit of Kilimanjaro. When you reach the waterfalls, you will see that they are more than 80 meters high. The pool at the bottom of the waterfall is an inviting place for a refreshing swim so don‘t forget your swimwear! ​ After having enjoyed the scenery, you slowly return with your guide to Materuni village, where you will experience a traditional Chagga lunch. You also will have the opportunity to taste our local banana beer – definitely not to be missed! ​ But that’s not all. Next the coffee experience awaits you. Here you will learn how coffee is cultivated, dried, roasted and further processed. You will also be invited to help with the grinding of the coffee, which is traditionally accompanied by Chagga songs and dances - a fun way to immerse yourself in the local culture. Before you say goodbye and return in the afternoon to Moshi, you can savour the coffee you made and appreciate the views of the surrounding rainforest. ​ ​ Price : $60 Enquire Now Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs.

  • Mount Meru Climb | Tanzania Pride Tours & Safaris | Arusha

    Mount Meru Think you can conquer 4562m of mountain? Then mount Meur is the trip for you. Good to Know before climbing About Mount Meru ​ Mount Meru is the second highest mountain in Tanzania and the fifth highest in Africa with the elevation of 4,562 meters above the sea level. It is located inside of Arusha National Park, two hours’ drive from Moshi. Similar to Mount Kilimanjaro, this is not a technical climb so no special climbing gear or techniques are needed. The climb is most commonly done in fours days although a three-day option is possible, but not recommended unless You are quite fit and experienced. The climb is steeper than on Mount Kilimanjaro. Many people use this trek as an acclimatization hike before attempting the highest mountain in Africa. The number of people climbing Mount Meru is far, far less than Mt. Kilimanjaro which makes the route less crowded. There is only one route available for climbing Mount Meru. Overnights are in simple dormitory style huts with solar power lightning. Camping is not allowed on Mount Meru slopes. ​ What is included in the price Transfer to/from Arusha National Park, Overnight stays in Mountain Huts, Professional, experienced, mountain guides, All Park fees, Rescue fees, All meals while on the Mountain, Guides, Porters, cook salaries and park fees, Large portions of fresh, healthy nutritious food, Clean, purified drinking water, Airport transfers. ​ What is not included ​ Flight ticket, Tanzania Visa, Tips to the Guides and Potters, Personal Mountain Gears like warm clothes, gloves, stick…, Personal Expenses (e.g. laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.), Accommodation in Arusha (Can be arranged upon request ) List of mountain equipment ​ Sleeping bag, Waterproof tent, Hiking boots, Warm under pants (long wool) and under t shirts, Hiking warm socks, Backpack with rain proof cover, Sun glasses, Rain coat, Head flashlight, Warm jacket, Rain pants, Hiking poles. For those who do not have the possibility to bring their own equipment, it is possible to obtain or rent all the equipment in the shops. Climb Route For 3 Days Day 1: Arusha (1400m) – Miriakamba Hut (2514m) Duration: 5-7 hours of hiking After early morning breakfast in Arusha (1400m), you will be picked up from your hotel and brought to the Momella Gate in Arusha National Park. At this time, the porters will organize and pack the belongings for the hike while you and your guide register with the Tanzania National Park (TANAPA). You will then begin your ascent in Arusha National Park. The first day of hiking is similar to a walking safari; you should expect to see giraffes, zebras, antelope, buffalo, and potentially elephants near the trail. Due to the high possibility of spotting wildlife, an armed ranger, hired through the National Park, is required to hike with our team for the duration of the hike. As you continue hiking, you will pass the Ngarenanyuki River and a beautiful waterfall at the base of Mt. Meru. Upon arriving at Miriakamba Hut (2500m), your chef will prepare a hot dinner and washing water for you. Enjoy the beautiful sunset and overnight. ​ Day 2: Miriakamba Hut (2500m) – Saddle Hut (3500m) Duration: 3-5 hours of hiking After breakfast, you will start ascending up the steep trail along the ridge of the saddle. You may see various wildlife along the way! The trail has views of Mt. Meru Crater and the Ash Tray. When you arrive at camp, you have the option of hiking Little Mt. Meru (3820 m) with your guide to further acclimate. You will be served an early dinner, so you can receive ample rest before your midnight summit attempt. Get to sleep by 19h00! ​ Day 3: Saddle Hut (3500m) – Summit Attempt (4566m) – Miriakamba Hut (2500m) Duration: 12-14 hours of hiking Your guide will wake you at 00:30 A.M for tea and biscuits. You will then begin your summit attempt at 1:30 A.M. The trail starts off on a steep grade from Rhino Point (3800m) to Cobra Point (4350m). In the last hour of the hike, you will scamble on a rocky ridge between the crater and inner cliffs of Meru. You will reach the summit of Meru (4565m) at sunrise with spectacular views of Mt. Meru Ash Tray and Mt. Kilimanjaro. Enjoy your views then descend to Saddle Hut for a short break. We take a short break and brunch at Saddle hut before continuing the descent to the Momella gate. Your transfer vehicle will be waiting for you at Momella gate ready to pick you at your hotel in Moshi or Arusha. ​ From : $1000 Select 3 Days Climbing Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs. Climb Route For 4 Days Day 1 Arusha – Momela Gate (1,500 m) Miriakamba Huts (2,514 m) Day 2 Miriakamba Huts (2,514 m) Saddle Huts (3,570 m) Day 3 Saddle Huts (3,570 m) Socialist Peak (4,562 m) Miriakamba Huts (2,514 m) Day 4 Miriakamba Huts (2,514 m) Momela Gate (1,500 m) ​ ​ From : $1300 Select Marangu Route Now Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs.

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  • Maasaï | Tanzania pride Tours & Safaris | Arusha

    Tanzanian Tribes Would you like to visit one or more of the popular tribes in Tanzania? Do you want to live an extraordinary experience by immersing yourself in the art and simplicity of tribal living? Discover on this page the stories of our guides, who tell you all about these 3 extraordinary tribes in Tanzania. ​ KARIBU SANA ! Hadzabe Tribe Imagine a morning hunt with the Hadzabe Bushmen, Tanzania's last hunters and gatherers. If you are planning a safari in Tanzania's Northern Safari Circuit (Serengeti, Lake Manyara, Tarangire & Ngorongoro) you are only a few hours’ drive from Lake Eyasi, where the Hadzabe Bushmen and their neighbors the Datoga Tribe live. This is a fun one day add-on to a safari, however many tourists remain unaware of this amazing cultural experience. Where? ​ Lake Eyasi south west of the Ngorongoro Crater Conversation Area located in the central Rift Valley. A bumpy ride off the beaten track on a dusty or muddy dirt road (depending on the time of the year), will take you there in about 1.5-2 hours and is well worth it. Who are the Hadzabe Bushmen or Hadza? ​ This small tribe of hunters and gatherers are descendants of Tanzania’s aboriginal hunter-gatherer population and has probably occupied their current territory for thousands of years, with relatively little modification to their basic way of life until the past hundred years. They are thought to be the earliest primitive inhabitants of tropical Africa. There are, as of 2015, between 1,200 and 1,300 Hadza people living in Tanzania, however only around 300 Hadza still survive exclusively based on the traditional means of foraging. Using only bows and arrows they have no lasting impact on wildlife populations. They don’t cut trees, they don’t dig water holes, and they don’t ‘own’ things. They are neither engaged in agriculture nor do they own livestock, instead they solely depend on the bush hunting wild animals, eating berries, roots, honey and baobab fruit. From $50 Visit Hadzabe Tribe Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs. Maasai Tribe The most famous of Africa’s people, these fierce warriors are still practicing their ancestral way of life and are known for their pastoral traditions, living off their herds of cattle, sheep, goats, and donkeys. Since time immemorial the Maasai moved nomadically in search of water and pasture for their herds. Today they have established permanent settlements, and many of the Maasai do not roam. They still exist on a diet of milk, blood, and meat, however, it is becoming very common place to supplement their diet with grain. The few Maasai left today still coexist collectively with the profuse wildlife. "Experience all what Tanzania has to offer" ​ ​ From : $50 Visit Maasai Tribe Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs. Datoga Tribe Who are the Datoga Tribe? ​ The Datoga are highland nilotic pastoralists. Their origins are the Horn of Africa and they are thought to have migrated some 3,000 years ago. They wear traditional dress decorated in colored beads and the women often have facial scarification for beauty. Unlike the Hazabe, they depend on their livestock and are also skilled silversmiths. They often trade their arrowheads, knives and spears with the Hadzabe in exchange for skins, honey and fruits. ​ From : $50 Visit Datoga Tribe Please Note: All prices quoted are minimums. Each booking request is unique. We ask you to please contact us so that we can help you to take into account any additional costs that may be incurred according to your specific needs.