Info and price
Please write us and ask for and updated price based on the number of participants and the planned travel time.
Participation fee includes:
- Lodge/Hotel category accommodation during safari as shown in the program
- Full board meal plan (breakfast, lunch, dinner) during the Tanzanian safari
- Entries to the national parks, all the programs detailed in the description, safaris, the rental of the transport vehicle with driver and fuel, the English tour guide fee, cultural programs, local guides fees, transfers to and from the airport.
- Game drives in Land Cruiser 4X4 with pop up roof and guaranteed window seat
- Bottled water during the safari.
Participation fee does not include:
- International air ticket
- Soft and alcoholic drinks consumed during the day
- Domestic scheduled flight (Arusha-Zanzibar 190 USD / person),
- 50 USD visa fee
- All other personal expenses
Rich breakfast: eggs, bacon, fruit, juice, tea or coffee.
Lunch box during safari: sandwich, chicken, boiled egg, juice, dessert, banana or apple.
Hot dinner, usually with a buffet.
Health hazard information
There is no any specific hazard on the trip.
Malarone can be taken at your own discretion to prevent malaria. This disease is very rare. If someone gets infected, it can be easily detected and effectively treated. (It can be cured in 2-3 days with a tablet.) There are doctors and hospitals along the entire route.
The passenger will receive a visa upon arrival at the airport for a short questionnaire and $50. The visa is usually valid for 3 months. According to the regulations, the passport must be valid for 6 months after entry.
During school and village visits, there are situations where we can give small gifts to those we have met or become friends with. Recommended gifts are clothes, shoes (used, but still in good condition), stationery, booklets, candy, comic, soccer ball, skill-building games.
The local currency is Tanzanian shilling, but the dollar is accepted almost everywhere in tourist destinations. It's worth to take some small cash. ATMs are also on the road. You should pay attention to the fact that small nominations, $1, $2, $5 will be exchanged than $50 or $100 notes.
$100 notes older than 2006 are not accepted.
Approximately $150-200 is the suggested amount for pocket money.
(One beer is about $2, a bottle of water is $1.)
It is worth following the instructions of the tour guide. It always depends on the situation and location. Certain places photography is not allowed. Drones are not allowed in the national parks.
Plugs and sockets in Tanzania is the British standard. Converters are available on the road and in hotels.
Number of participants
From 2 person
The itinerary was perfectly planned. Locals were very friendly and the program was very contentious! - Thomas and his family
I have been to Africa several times but it was a great experience really. We have combined a trip to Tanzania with Kenya. And it was worth it! - Ervin
We only had positive feedback from our partners. They saw loads of animals in the National Parks. They highlighted the professional organisation of the whole journey. - Kitty, coordinator of an incentive group
The whole tour was great. No waiting time, smooth organisations. We were satisfied with our hotel (Karafuu) in Zanzibar. Thanks for the organisation for the whole team! - István and his friends
The trip was wonderful. It was even more beautiful and fascinating than in our dreams. - Csilla