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safari and cultural tour all in one package.Kisampa, Mikumi & Udzungwa 6 nights

 safari and cultural tour all in one package.Kisampa, Mikumi & Udzungwa 6 nights - Bagamoyo, Tanzania

Duration: 7 days
Location: Bagamoyo, Tanzania

From USD
$1710.00

Experience Southern Tanzania with a difference: nature, safari and cultural all in one package.

Kisampa, Mikumi & Udzungwa 6 nights

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Day 1: Drive to the Wami River near Kiwangwa

Pass By: Bagamoyo Museum, Mango Tree Drive, Bagamoyo Tanzania
Drive to the Wami River near Kiwangwa arriving in late afternoon. Here you will be met and transferred across the river by canoe ... More info ›

Experience Southern Tanzania with a difference: nature, safari and cultural all in one package.

Kisampa, Mikumi & Udzungwa 6 nights

Itinerary

Day 1: Drive to the Wami River near Kiwangwa

Pass By: Bagamoyo Museum, Mango Tree Drive, Bagamoyo Tanzania
Drive to the Wami River near Kiwangwa arriving in late afternoon. Here you will be met and transferred across the river by canoe. On the other side you will be transferred by 4×4 to camp. Settle in and enjoy sundowners watching the spectacular sunset. Maybe you will have elephants coming to the water hole down in the valley. Enjoy a dinner under the stars, then go for an evening night drive and experience the African bush at night. Overnight at Kisampa.

Meals included:
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Kisampa.

Day 2: (optional activities – bush walk, birding, bike riding or Fishing

Pass By: Bagamoyo Museum, Mango Tree Drive, Bagamoyo Tanzania
Awake to bird-song and enjoy breakfast. Morning (optional activities – bush walk, birding, bike riding or fishing). Lunch at camp. Afternoon canoe safari featuring hippo, crocodiles and numerous fantastic birds – see the sunset from the Wami River. At camp enjoy dinner and relax by a fire under the stars and overnight at Kisampa.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Kisampa.

Day 3: wami river

Pass By: Bagamoyo Museum, Mango Tree Drive, Bagamoyo Tanzania
After breakfast, transfer back to the Wami where you will cross and rejoin your vehicle and transfer to transfer to Mikumi, with a pack lunch. On arrival afternoon game drive in Mikumi National Park. By the end of the afternoon you will reach our comfortable mobile camp featuring lovely views over the savannah.Overnight in Camp Bastian.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Camp Bastian.

Day 4: Mikumi national park

Pass By: Mikumi National Park, A7, Tanzania
Full day Game drive in Mikumi National Park and overnight in Camp Bastian – whilst on safari, you can see a rich variety of bird species, as well as large numbers of giraffe, buffalo and elephants. If you are lucky you may also be able to spot lions, leopards and African wild dogs. Likely to be seen animals include zebras, hippos, hartebeest, wildebeest, impala, warthog, eland and antelope. Several observation towers enable you to overview the park in its entirety.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Camp Bastian

Day 5: mikumi national park

Pass By: Mikumi National Park, A7, Tanzania
After breakfast transfer to Hondo Hondo Tented Camp, lunch on the way (provided by the camp from Mikumi). Afternoon walking tour around Mang’ula village and get a feeling of a typical Tanzanian day to day life. Back at camp before dinner enjoy watching the baboons from the spectacular bar while having a sundowner. Dinner and overnight at Hondo Hondo Tented Camp.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Hondo Hondo Tented Camp.

Day 6: udzungwa mountain national park

Pass By: Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Kidayi Tanzania
After breakfast trek into the spectacular Udzungwa Forest to the top of the 180m Sanje Waterfall. You can swim in plunge pools and keep your eyes open for endemic primates (such as the Iringa red Colobus & the Sanje Mangeby). Lunch on top of the falls. Dinner and overnight at Hondo Hondo Tented Camp.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Lunch
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Hondo Hondo Tented Camp.

Day 7: dar es salaam

Pass By: Dar es Salaam Zoo, Dar es Salaam Tanzania
After breakfast depart for Dar with a pack lunch.

No meals included on this day.
No accommodation included on this day.

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6DAYS/5NIGHTS SELOUS GAME RESERVE & MAFIA ISLAND BUDGET SAFARIS

6DAYS/5NIGHTS SELOUS GAME RESERVE & MAFIA ISLAND BUDGET SAFARIS  - Pwani Region, Tanzania

Duration: 6 days
Location: Pwani Region, Tanzania

From USD
$1980.00

This activity is Unique because it combines both Bush and Beach. You will spend a big time in the well protected and World recognized as UNESCO heritage site, Selous game reserve ... More info ›

This activity is Unique because it combines both Bush and Beach. You will spend a big time in the well protected and World recognized as UNESCO heritage site, Selous game reserve. In Selous you will experience the true untouched wilderness with unbelievable number of animals in their true nature. among the animals you find are Zebras, Giraffes, wildebeests, Impalas, Kudus, Water-bucks, Lions, Buffaloes, Elephants, Hippos, Crocodiles, number of different birds and many other wild animals.
Also in your trip you will be able to do boat safaris, game drive and walking

Mafia Island is off beaten track with low number of tourists. Untouched Island will make you experience the best underwater life with a lot of fish species, beautiful corals, sand banks and swimming with whale sharks. Since it's only 30 minutes flying from Dar es salaam International Airport, its Ideal location to accomplish your vacation after long safari trip. Our prices includes the return flight for Mafia

Itinerary

The Travelers will have two combining adventure trips, the package will start in Dar es salaam by driving about 4 hours to Selous game reserve for 2 nights tour that will includes boat safari in Great Rufiji River to experience the River bank and the animals like Hippos, crocodiles, birds and other species of wild animals. Then the next day the travelers will proceed with full day game drive within the Selous game reserve passing all five Great lakes to see abundant number of wild animals. We will have our lunch boxes so no time will be lost for driving back to the lodge for the lunch. The trip will be end at the sunset. The last day in Selous will be accomplished by Walking safari with bush man. This another experience to familiarize with the bush life and animals more closer and learn their habits.

Day 3 After walking Safari, we will drive back to Dar es salaam for evening 30 minutes flight to Mafia Island.

Fly with small charter from Dar-Mafia-Dar, Do snorkeling with picnic in Chole bay/swim with whale sharks, visit the historic town of Chole and visit the local village in Utende. After 3nights in Mafia Island, will fly back to Dar es salaam and will be the End of the service

Stop At:

• Mafia Marine National Park, Chole Bay, Mafia Island Tanzania
• Selous Game Reserve, Selous Game Reserve, Lindi Region
• Mafia Island, Mafia Island, Pwani Region

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DAY TRIP TO BAGAMOYO FROM DAR ES SALAAM ..HISTORICAL TOUR AND RELAX TO THE BEACH

DAY TRIP TO BAGAMOYO FROM DAR ES SALAAM ..HISTORICAL TOUR AND RELAX TO THE BEACH - Bagamoyo, Tanzania
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Duration: 8 to 12 hours
Location: Bagamoyo, Tanzania

From USD
$220.00

Strolling through Bagamoyo’s narrow, unpaved streets takes you back to the mid-19th century, when the town was one of the most important settlements along the East African coast and the terminus of the trade caravan route linking Lake Tanganyika with the sea. Slaves, ivory, salt and copra were unloaded here before being shipped to Zanzibar Island and elsewhere, and many European explorers, including Richard Burton, Henry Morton Stanley and David Livingstone, began and ended their trips here ... More info ›

Strolling through Bagamoyo’s narrow, unpaved streets takes you back to the mid-19th century, when the town was one of the most important settlements along the East African coast and the terminus of the trade caravan route linking Lake Tanganyika with the sea. Slaves, ivory, salt and copra were unloaded here before being shipped to Zanzibar Island and elsewhere, and many European explorers, including Richard Burton, Henry Morton Stanley and David Livingstone, began and ended their trips here. In 1868 French missionaries established Freedom Village at Bagamoyo as a shelter for ransomed slaves, and for the remainder of the century the town served as a way station for missionaries travelling from Zanzibar Island to the interior.

Itinerary
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Stop At: Bagamoyo Museum, Mango Tree Drive, Bagamoyo Tanzania

Bagamoyo, (which means “Lay down your heart”) lies 75kms north of Dar es Salaam. It was the most important trading center of the east central coast of Africa in the late 19th century. Bagamoyo’s history has been influenced by Indian and Arab traders, by the German colonial government and by Christian missionaries. The town has recently been designated as Tanzania’s seventh world heritage site.

Depart early in the morning heading to Bagamoyo Town, north of Dar es Salaam for a visit to the historical buildings, a slave port, Coral Mosques at Kaole, graves and other things dated to the 13th century, the old ferry at the great Wami River, reminders of the slave trade: Shackle rings, Stone pens Lunch at Paradise Local Restaurant, then return to Dar late afternoon.

Places to visit:

Kaole ruins:The oldest ruins of an Islamic mosque in the region, stemming from the 13th century, a few km south of Bagamoyo near Kaole, possibly the oldest mosque on mainland of East Africa at all.

The Bagamoyo Church: It was was built in 1868 and considered to be the first church in East Coast of Africa. Cemetery where the early missionaries were buried and a small shrine which was built by freed slaves in 1876 are all seen. “We are told that between 1934 and 1991, 35 Dutch priests worked here The last of this long line of priests from the Netherlands was Father Frits Versteijnen who stayed in Bagamoyo for 30 years and started the first museum in the old Fathers’€™ House in March 1968.

The second Fathers House in Bagamoyo, constructed close to the Mother of all Churches in East Africa, has also fallen victim to the corrosive effects of the coast regions relentlessly humid climate. Its ground floor was built in 1873, the first floor in 1877 and the second floor in 1903.

Boma: Built in 1895-1897 as residence and offices for the German colonial governor. In 1998 the roof collapsed and pulled the balcony down during the El Nino rains. The building is up to now fascinating but highly in danger.

Chuo cha Sanaa. (College of Arts): Is the only major arts college in the Tanzania, teaching various fields: dancing, music, drama and painting. It is situated along the Kaole road, close to Kaole ruins. During the weekends student give free performances allowing visitors to acquaint themselves with traditional dances. It is also possible to learn to play various local music instruments with the college, but this has to be arranged and negotiated in advance.

Bagamoyo Museum: It is a small museum, which displays Bagamoyo history in relation to its contact with foreigners. It has old photographs, documents and relics from slave trade. On the same compound there is a small chapel know as Anglican church of Holly Cross. The church is famous for being a place where the remains of David Livingstone were laid before taken to Zanzibar en route to Westminster abbey for burial.

After all these tours you will go for a local lunch and then go spend few hours on the beach and later drive back to Dar es salaam

Duration: 8 hours

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