"The beauty of Tanzania" 8 day adventure focuses on cultural encounters, and close-up discovery of natural wonders. Ideal for travelers who want to learn more about the country than the average tourist. Led by local guides.
Our 8 day package, includes visiting a Chagga village on the slopes of Kilimanjaro, an "authentic" Massai village which is not set up for tourism purposes, and the farming areas of Mtu Wa Mbu. The trip includes some game drives in Tanzania's most stunning National Parks.
There are good reasons why Tanzania is called the Land of Wonders. Zara offers grand Safari adventures to all of Tanzania's alluring destinations. Our Safaris range from 1 to 9 days. We will give you a custom quote for any adventure you desire. Join us for the adventure of a lifetime.
Zara Tours has been working successfully with visitors in the region since 1986. Zara Tours has been working successfully with visitors in the region since 1986. We organize Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru treks, and many wild park safaris.
We have guided many visitors safely, reliably, and professionally from the Serengeti plains to Kilimanjaro's summit. A trip to Africa is not complete without a visit to view the wildlife in the famous national parks: Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, and Tarangire. On safari, you can see giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, elephants, hippos, and a large variety of birds. Among the more rare treats are rhinos, leopards, cheetah, or a lion kill.
Safari Packing List Notes• You can leave extra luggage in a locked storage room at the Springlands hotel for no charge
• You can leave valuables in a safe deposit box at the Springlands Hotel for $1/day.Footwear• Sturdy, comfortable shoes, preferrably waterproof. They will get dirty.• Tennis shoes or sandals for lounging in the evening• Comfortable, breathable socksClothing• Shorts, mid-thigh or longer• Lightweight, breathable pants• Short-sleeved shirts, cool and breathable• Long-sleeved shirt or sweater for evenings• Rain racket and pants or rain ponchoBaggage• Day pack, for you to carry• Large duffel bag or backpackOther
• Water bottles, and water purification tablets or purifier o Bottled water is also available for purchase on safari• Sun hat with brim• Sunglasses• Bandana (for dust, etc.)• Money ($400 or more in cash and/or travellers cheques, including some small U.S., Euro, or Tanzanian bills)• Headlamp or flashlight• Camera, film/disks, mini-tripod• Video camera, tapes• Maps, guidebooks• Batteries• Binoculars• Notebook, pencil, and pen• Pocket knife• Electricity adapter• Energy bars, hard candy, snacks, and comfort foods• Playing cards, games, books, frisbee, football, kite• Chocolate or pens for village children, momentos for guides and other travellers• Umbrella, particularly useful in the rainy season, can be purchased in the market for around $2• Plastic bags and zip-lock bags for waterproofing• Sewing kit• Salt, pepper, spices for bland food• Business cards• Alarm clock• Calculator (for currency conversion)• Swim suit for hotel swimming poolToiletries
• Toilet paper (and baggie to carry used paper while walking)• Small towel• Soap• Toothbrush and toothpaste• Handi-wipes (moist towelettes for cleaning)• Hand sanitizer• Lotion• Glasses, contacts, solution• Comb, mirrorDocuments• Passport• Yellow fever certificate• Tanzania Visa• Medical insurance• Address book• Vaccination records• Airline tickets• Cash, travellers cheques, credit cards• Maps, guidebooks• Make copies of passport, TZ visa, airline tickets/schedule, travellers cheques numbers. Leave a copy with someone at home and put a copy in a separate place in your luggage.First Aid• Ibuprofin, Aceteminophen, or Aspirin• Throat losenges• Bandaids• Moleskin• Sunscreen (SPF 15+)• Lip balm with sunscreen• Insect repellent• Disinfectant, Antiseptic cream• Bandages and tape• Diahrea medicine• Antihistemines• Ace bandage• Melatonin (1-3mg) or other sleep aid• Malaria pills (talk to your doctor)• Antibiotics (talk to your doctor)• Prescription drugs (talk to your doctor)• Diamox (talk to your doctor)Gifts for Guides, Locals• Shoes• Any warm clothing• T-shirts• Hats• Nerf football, frisbees• Candy• Pens
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