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Mainland - Park Tour to Tanzania

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 14 day(s)
Group Size: 1 - 7 people
Destination(s): Tanzania  
Specialty Categories: National Parks   Archeology/History  
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: No
Minimum Per Person Price: 640 US Dollar (USD)
Maximum Per Person Price: 5435 US Dollar (USD)

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival Kilimanjaro international airport. Transfer to Moshi/Arusha Hotel (Bed and Breakfast).

Day 2: After breakfast drive to Arusha National park where walking safari will follow to see different kind of wildlife, flowers and indigenous trees grown around Momella lakes. Elephants, buffalo, Elephants water buck, and the famous white and black colobus are among the wildlife can be seen in this National park. There are more than 600 species of birds in Arusha National park. Lunch at lodge in the park. Later afternoon drive back to your hotel at Arusha. Dinner to be served in local style with bananas and varieties of local cuisine of this area followed by overnight at the lodge.

Day 3: After breakfast drive to Elephant Tented lodge in Mswakini village bordering Tarangire National park, lunch at the lodge, afternoon visit Maasai Bomas (Huts), to see and experience the way they keep their cattle living within wildlife surroundings and see the community services e.g: schools and dispensary at Mswakini village. Dinner and overnight at Elephant Tented lodge. Night game view can be arranged.

Day 4: After breakfast game view at Tarangire National park, bush lunch at a camp in Tarangire National park, later back to your hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 5: After breakfast with picnic lunch drive to Lake Eyasi which is a home of Hotentoes and bushmen whom their language with a click slung like the bush men of South Africa. Dinner and overnight in a Tent at Lake Eyasi.

Day 6: Afterbreakfast drive to Ngorongoro Crater for game viewing, lunch in the Crater campsite, later ascend from the crater to Mount Oldoinyo Moruok which has a spectacular view of lake Eyasi and beautiful sunset. Dinner and overnight in a tent at the crater rim.

Day 7: After breakfast drive to Karatu to visit a Christian mission wheat farm and coffee plantation to test coffee and bread made at the priest house. Lunch at Victoria house Arusha, later proceed to Kilemakyaro Mt. Lodge which is the slope of the famous Mt. Kilimanjaro for dinner and overnight.

Day 8: After breakfast visit Mweka gate at altitude (1800 meters) normally used by mountain trekkers descend from the mountain through Machame route. One will be able to sample the variety of mountain flowers within the area Of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Later proceed to Mweka Wildlife College where lecturers Brief the group on the Ecology of Mt. Kilimanjaro and Tanzania National Parks. Wildlife Flora and Fauna found within Kilimanjaro and in general Tanzania National parks. Back to your lodge for lunch. After lunch visit Sugar plantation at Tanganyika Plantation Company Sugar factory (T.P.C) in Moshi district then back to your lodge dinner and overnight.

Day 9: After breakfast drive to Lushoto in Tanga region at Usambara Mountains. These area you will be able to visit the oldest and largest Botanical nursery in Africa with more than 1000 different tree species. Bird watching and butterfly center. Lunch at local café. Dinner and overnight at a lodge.

Day 10: After breakfast walking safari along these beautiful landscape of Usambara mountains with picnic lunch. Dinner and overnight at Lodge Farm House.

Day 11: After breakfast drive to Bagamoyo at the coastal region of Tanzania Mainland. Lunch at the junction of Tanga region and Dar es salaam in a local café. Dinner and overnight in a tent at the shore of Indain Ocean along the Bagamoyo coast.

Day 12: After breakfast visit the slave market where the slave were sorted before They were on-board to the final destination hence the name Bagamoyo is said to mean: “Here I lay down my heart”. A cry of a despaired slave captive. Famous explore like Dr. David Livingstone who died in 1873. His body was laid in the chapel of Roman Catholic mission, which was the First Roman Catholic church building in Tanganyika and still exist. To The church museum where a lot of documentaries of Arabs and Germany Still lay. Dinner and overnight at campsite.

Day 13: After breakfast drive to Mbweni Ruins the site build along the coastal area Of Tanzania during the Parisian time 1650 which was believed to be the Sultan of Oman and later Germany’s main port of trade from the Tanganyika mainland, along the side Germany grave yard of second world war will be seen with sheiks tombs. After lunch drive to Dar es salaam to Hotel half board.

Day 14: Transfer to Dar es salaam Airport for departure.

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

- 1 person: USD 5435
- 2 persons: USD 3170
- 3 persons: USD 2810
- 4 persons: USD 2625
- 5 persons: USD 2515
- 6 persons: USD 2445
- 7 persons: USD 2395
- Single Room Supplement: USD 640.

About This Supplier
Location: Tanzania
Joined InfoHub: Dec 2006

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