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  • Day1

    7 Days Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Arusha & Lake Manyara National Park: Africa Natural Tours
    AFRICA NATURAL TOURS (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holiday sand
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com
    The Perfect First Safari
    This seven day guided tour is a perfect first safari. You’ll explore some of the most glorious of African lands, including the magnificence of the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater as well as the lesser-known and more select of the Tanzanian parks like Arusha and Lake Manyara National Park. From day one you’ll be encompassed by nature in all her beauty – a landscape like no other, big, bold skies and a dizzying array of wildlife and flora. You’ll get up close with lions, gaze on the pink haze of flamingo shimmering on a soda lake, learn to pick out submerging hippos and spot so many species of birds that you’ll lose count. With comfortable camps, delicious food and accompanied by an experienced, friendly guide, this seven day Tanzanian safari is perfect for you if you’d like to experience the best that nature has to offer.
    Day One: Moshi to Arusha National Park
    You’ll kick off your adventure early in the morning heading off to the beguiling – and often overlooked - Arusha National Park. Arusha is a jewel of Tanzania, with a diversity of plant and animal life that will take your breath away. You’ll explore the shores of tranquil Lake Momella which reflects the colors of the sky in her still waters, and you’ll experience the vibrancy of the bronzed bush where the Ngurduto Crater buffalo, waterbuck, giraffe, warthogs, zebra and gazelle busy themselves. These are resident throughout the year so you’re bound to see a different animal everywhere you turn. The elusive leopards and elephants tend to be shy at Arusha but there is a good chance of spotting them, too. You’ll also have the opportunity to set out on foot for fascinating stroll – it’s a totally different sensation feeling Africa’s vibrant pulse through the soles of your shoes. At a slower pace, you can really begin to understand Africa. You’ll get up close and personal to the flora and fauna but you’ll stay safe, accompanied by an armed ranger who will guide you through lush forest to the clear springs of a sparkling waterfall. Arusha National Park’s rangers are extremely knowledgeable, and as you walk you’ll learn so much about the biodiversity of the park – and suddenly you’ll spot a tribe of black and white colobus monkeys, famous in the park for their acrobatics. You’ll spend overnight in a camp close to the park, where you’ll relax and enjoy a delicious dinner under a sky ablaze with stars before a restful sleep.
    Day Two: Arusha National Park to Tarangire National Park to Mto wa Mbu
    After awakening to a still African dawn, you’ll energise yourself with a hearty breakfast before heading off to the Tarangire National Park, named after the river which flows across the park and is the only source of water for the animals during the dry season. It’s an undulating landscape, scattered with Baobab trees and high grasses and its mixture of vegetation is unique in the Northern safari lands.Tarangire is famous for its birdlife: over 550 species make their homes here including the endearing yellow-collared lovebird. The Tarangire swamps have the most breeding species in one habitat in the world. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot Omo, the white giraffe who has a genetic condition called leucism: she’s perfectly healthy, just almost-perfectly white! Of course, if you don’t see Omo you’ll see a remarkable selection of wildlife including elephant, lions, warthogs, impala, cheetah,buffalo,and baboons. After a fascinating day in this beautiful park you’ll head off to Mto wa Mbu and reach the campsite in the late afternoon. You’ll have a chance to relax, absorb the sights and finish the evening with a tasty dinner before resting up, ready for tomorrow’s adventure.
    Day Three: Mto wa Mbu to Serengeti National Park
    Your Serengeti adventure begins here. After a good breakfast, you’ll drive to the world famous Serengeti National Park. It’s world-famous for a reason: its home to the world's largest concentration of wildlife including zebra, gazelle, lions, wildebeest, elephant and giraffe. It’s also one of the points of the seasonal migration of wildebeest, which is an awesome sight in the truest sense of the word. Serengeti means 'The land that moves on forever' and you can see why: the Serengeti flows with a never-ending wave of movement and a buzz of activity. You’ll stop for a well-earned break for lunch on a kopje (rock outcropping), gazing down on the incredible views while you eat and preparing yourself for your adventures deeper into the park. The evening will see you settled in Serengeti Camp, enjoying an appetizing dinner, watching a golden and pink sunset and picking out the first stars as they appear in the darkening sky. Tomorrow you’ve a whole day exploring Serengeti further.
    Day Four: Serengeti National Park
    You’ll start your day at the center of the majestic Serengeti. After a nourishing breakfast, you’ll continue your journey into the plains on a full-day game drive that will give you the opportunity to spot hundreds of the diverse animals that find their home within the Serengeti’s endless plains. If you’re especially excited to see animals extremely close up, you won’t forget today. You’ll likely see all the animals that make this park famous only a few feet away from you. Lions, leopard, cheetah and water buffalo up close – there are no words to describe the feeling of closeness to animals so beautiful and so wild. You’ll also have the chance to gaze on some of the park’s lesser known but equally fascinating animals including the majestic eland, the clever hyena, graceful gazelle, stolid crocodiles, and of course giraffe, zebra, monkeys, baboons, hippos, rhinos and antelope. If you visit at the right time of the year you’ll witness one of the modern natural wonders of the world – the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. You’ll spend the night at the campsite in Seronera, well known for animal sightings.
    Day Five: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater
    You’ll be up with before dawn on an early morning game drive, the air crisp and keen and the sky brightening from indigo to golden pink and finally to hyacinth blue as we explore. The park is waking up and is alive with the calls of the animals. This is a time for tracking – predators have left their tracks overnight, and we’ll follow. As dawn breaks, the birds’ melodies begin to harmonize, the early morning air starts to warm and you’ll hear different calls as other animals start their day. You’ll add to yesterday’s collection of sightings: perhaps today you’ll see more hippos; perhaps a troop of monkeys or family of mongoose will grab your attention. After such an early start you’ll be looking forward to a delicious lunch, which will be served at the park. In the afternoon, you’ll start your Ngorongoro adventure by heading off to the Simba Campsite located at the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater itself. You’ll spend the evening enjoying a tasty dinner and relaxing under the stars.
    Day Six: Ngorongoro Crater to Mto wa Mbu
    After an early but delicious breakfast you’ll travel into the Crater, which is known as “Africa’s Garden of Eden”; its unique geological formation is at the root of its diversity. Because the crater sides are a barrier to many species migrating in or out, the crater is packed full of wildlife, and there’s an excellent chance of spotting Africa’s Big Five today. You could also encounter vultures, zebra, hippo, wildebeest and hyenas. The alkaline lake attracts geese, and storks and pink clouds of flamingo, too. Your experienced guide will ensure that you discover all the glorious wonders of nature in this unique place. You’ll rest at Fanaka Camp overnight before your journey to the wonders of Lake Manyara National Park.
    Day Seven: Lake Manyara National Park to Moshi
    Your day starts with a healthy, filling breakfast and then you’ll head off to the Lake Manyara National Park, which extends for miles along the emerald base of the gold-flecked Rift Valley escarpment. The park is a patchwork of forest, arid scrubland and Soda Lake and a paradise for bird lovers. The forest is alive with the birdsong and flittering with the antics of monkeys in the forest canopy; giraffe roam the savannah and lions loll in trees, resting in the shade, while hippo families submerge themselves in the waters of the soda lake. You’ll enjoy a delicious picnic lunch served in the park before our drive back to Moshi, where your safari adventure ends. We can arrange for a transfer to Arusha or Kilimanjaro Airport on request.
    Safari Package Includes
    • Transport (4x4 Land Cruiser) with open roof
    • Camping & park fees
    • Tent & mattress
    • Professional English speaking safari guide & chef
    • 6 breakfasts; 7 lunches; 6 dinners
    • 1,5 bottle of water per day; tea and coffee with meals
    Not Included
    • Flights
    • Travel insurance
    • Visa and passport fees
    • Increases in park fees where applicable
    • Accommodation & meals in Moshi
    • Personal items
    • Sleeping bag
    • Tips for safari guide & chef
    • Soda and Alcoholic beverages
    • Extra activities (Hot Air Ballooning in Serengeti & Maasai Village)

    For more information visit www.africanaturaltours.com
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    6 Days Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Manyara & Arusha National Park: Africa Natural Tours
    AFRICA NATURAL TOURS (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holiday sand
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com
    The Complete Northern Circuit Safari
    The concept of 'safari' summons ideas of exploration, vast plains of the savannah and wild animals. The Complete Northern Circuit Safari captures the magic of Africa by combining brilliant landscapes with spectacular wildlife. Giant is the word that best represents the Tarangire National Park from the numerous herds of African elephants to the colossal termite mounds and the ancient baobab trees. The Lake Manyara National Park was blessed with phenomenal biodiversity of habitat and wildlife and Arusha National Park is home to the infamous Mount Meru. We have two of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders – the lush caldera that contains the Ngorongoro Crater and the ultimate safari destination, the Serengeti National Park. The national parks and conservation areas of the Northern Circuit Safari will surpass every expectation that you have set for this trip.

    Day One: Moshi to Arusha National Park
    We will commence the Northern Circuit Safari by traveling to Arusha National Park. The game drive will travel along the shores of Lake Momella and through the bronzed bush where the Ngurduto Crater Buffaloes, waterbucks, giraffes, warthogs, zebras and Gazelle reside throughout the year. The elusive leopards and elephants tend to be shy at Arusha but there is a chance of spotting them. Renowned for flawless memories, the Northern Circuit Safari offers more than the exquisite game drives. Education and exploration are on the agenda, we will set out on foot. The stroll is a chance to feel the sensation Africa’s vibrant pulse through the soles of your feet and experience the bush at its core. You will be accompanied by an armed ranger for the walk. He will guide you through the luscious forest up to the crystal waterfall and lead you to the area for viewing the black and white colobus monkeys. Overnight at a camp close to Arusha National Park.
    Day Two: Arusha National Park to Tarangire National Park to Mto wa Mbu
    The Tarangire National Park is a scenic haven that contains a high diversity of bird species. The African elephant is the largest mammal on land and the herds in the park are a remarkable sight. Tarangire's wildlife includes elephants, lions, giraffes, warthogs, ostriches, impalas, cheetah, mongoose, buffaloes, and baboons. We will drive to Mto wa Mbu and reach the campsite in the late afternoon.
    Day Three: Mto wa Mbu to Serengeti National Park
    You will continue your journey to Serengeti National Park. It contains the world's largest concentration of wildlife including zebra, gazelles, lions, wildebeest, elephants and giraffe. The seasonal migration of the masses of wildebeest is a magnificent sight. Serengeti means 'The Land that Moves on Forever' and the splendid plains of savannah validate this. We will stop for lunch on a kopje (rock outcropping) and then the game drive will journey further into the park. Once the game drive is over we will proceed to the Serengeti Camp where an appetizing dinner and comprehensive camping facilities will be provided.
    Day Four: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater
    Our early morning game drive is exhilarating. The calls of the animals are clear and scents of crisp air linger. Tracks left by predators on the prowl are untouched and could lead us to their den. The splendid rays of orange, pink and purple start to emerge on the horizon as the birds’ melodies begin to harmonize. The park is home to leopards, cheetahs, buffaloes, elands, wild dogs, crocodiles, monkeys, baboons, hippos, rhinos and various antelope. A delicious lunch will be served at the park. In the afternoon, we will depart for the Simba Campsite located at the Ngorongoro Crater rim.
    Day Five: Ngorongoro Crater to Lake Manyara National Park
    We will drive to the Ngorongoro Crater early in the morning. We will have a scrumptious picnic lunch and go on a game drive. The large amount of wildlife as well as the fauna and flora are traits that attribute towards the title of ‘Africa’s Garden of Eden’. Due to the lofty structure, few animals migrate in and out of the crater, so there is a big chance of seeing every member of ‘The Big 5’ in one day. You could also encounter vultures, zebra, hippo, wildebeest and hyenas. The alkaline lake attracts flamingos, geese and storks. Our dedicated, skilled, experienced guides will ensure that you discover all the glorious wonders of nature. We will drive to Fanaka Camp and they will provide comprehensive camping facilities.
    Day Six: Lake Manyara National Park to Moshi
    Extending for miles along the emerald base of the gold flecked Rift Valley escarpment, Lake Manyara National Park, can only be described as an array of vistas. Giraffes that are so dark in coloration, they appear to be black from a distance and the tree climbing lions roam the savannah plains. Monkeys cling to the canopies of the forest whilst the hippos disguise themselves in the waters of the soda lake. With over four hundred species, Lake Manyara is a birdwatcher’s delight. Some of the wildlife includes buffalo, zebras, wildebeest, mongoose, klipspringer and bushbuck. A lovely picnic lunch will be served in the park and after the game drive. We will drive back to Moshi. Transfer to Arusha or Kilimanjaro Airport can be arranged on request.

    Safari Package Includes
    • Transport (4x4 Land Cruiser) with open roof
    • Camping & park fees
    • Tent & mattress
    • Professional English speaking safari guide & chef
    • 5 breakfasts; 6 lunches; 5 dinners
    • 1,5 bottle of water per day; tea and coffee with meals
    Not Included
    • Flights
    • Travel insurance
    • Visa and passport fees
    • Increases in park fees where applicable
    • Accommodation & meals in Moshi
    • Personal items
    • Sleeping bag
    • Tips for safari guide & chef
    • Soda and Alcoholic beverages
    • Extra activities (Hot Air Ballooning in Serengeti & Maasai Village

    For more information visit www.africanaturaltours.com
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    6 Days Machame route : Africa Natural Safari
    AFRICA NATURAL SAFARI (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism , Beach holidays and
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com
    For those who only have six days to climb Kilimanjaro, the Machame route is the best choice because of its acclimatization profile. Compared to other six day routes, the Machame route exposes the climber to higher elevations quicker (day three) which kickstarts the body's adaptation to altitude. However, this route requires that a person be in good shape to be able to tackle the challenging elevation gains and losses.The six day Machame variation is a difficult route. In particular, day four combined with day five makes for a very hard schedule. Day four is a full day of hiking from Barranco to Barafu. Then after dinner and a partial night's sleep, the very long and strenuous summit day begins around midnight. The 6 day Machame route requires 19-24 hours of demanding walking, at extremely high elevation, with only 4-6 hours of sleep.

    1 day Machame Gate to Machame Camp
    Elevation (ft): 5,400ft to 9,400ft ,Distance: 11 km ,Hiking Time: 5-7 hours ,Habitat: Rain Forest
    The drive from Moshi to the Mount Kilimanjaro National Park Gate takes about 50 minutes. The journey passes through the village of Machame which is located on the lower slopes of the mountain. We now leave the park gate and walk through the rain forest on a winding trail up a ridge. Lower down, the trail can be muddy and slippery. Gaiters and trekking poles are a good idea here. We continue a short distance until we reach the Machame Camp.
    2 days Machame Camp to Shira Camp
    Elevation (ft): 9,400ft to 12,500ft , Distance: 5 km ,Hiking Time: 4-6 hours , Habitat: Moorland
    After breakfast, we leave the glades of the rain forest and continue on an ascending path, crossing the little valley walking along a steep rocky ridge, covered with heather, until the ridge ends. The route now turns west onto a river gorge. Time for rest, dinner, and overnight at the Shira campsite.
    3 days Shira Camp to Lava Tower to Barranco Camp
    Elevation (ft): 12,500ft to 13000 ft , Distance: 10 km, Hiking Time: 6-8 hours , Habitat: Semi Desert
    From the Shira Plateau, we continue to the east up a ridge, passing the junction towards the peak of Kibo. As we continue, our direction changes to the South East towards the Lava Tower, called the "Shark's Tooth." Shortly after the tower, we come to the second junction which brings us up to the Arrow Glacier at an altitude of 16,000ft. We now continue down to the Barranco Hut at an altitude of 13,000ft. Here we rest, enjoy dinner, and overnight. Although you end the day at the same elevation as when you started, this day is very important for acclimatization and will help your body prepare for summit day.
    4 day Barranco Camp to Karanga Camp to Barafu Camp
    Elevation (ft): 13,000ft to 15,000ft, Distance: 9km, Hiking Time: 8-10 hours, Habitat: Alpine Desert
    After breakfast, we leave Barranco and continue on a steep ridge passing the Barranco Wall, to the Karanga Valley campsite. Then, we leave Karanga and hit the junction which connects with the Mweka Trail. We continue up to the Barafu Hut. At this point, you have completed the South Circuit, which offers views of the summit from many different angles. Here we make camp, rest, enjoy dinner, and prepare for the summit day. The two peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo are to be seen from this position.
    5 days Barafu Camp to Summit to Mweka Hut
    Elevation (ft): 15,300ft to 19,345ft (and down to 10,000ft) , Distance: 5 km ascent / 12 km descent , Hiking Time: 7-8 hours ascent / 4-6 hours descent , Habitat: Arctic
    Very early in the morning (midnight to 2am), we continue our way to the summit between the Rebmann and Ratzel glaciers. You head in a northwesterly direction and ascend through heavy screed towards Stella Point on the crater rim. This is the most mentally and physically challenging portion of the trek.
    At Stella Point (18,600 ft), you will stop for a short rest and will be rewarded with the most magnificent sunrise you are ever likely to see (weather permitting). From Stella Point, you may encounter snow all they way on your 1-hour ascent to the summit. At Uhuru Peak, you have reached the highest point on Mount Kilimanjaro and the continent of Africa. Faster hikers will see the sunrise from the summit.
    From the summit, we now make our descent continuing straight down to the Mweka Hut camp site, stopping at Barafu for lunch. You will want gaiters and trekking poles for the loose gravel going down. Mweka Camp is situated in the upper forest and mist or rain can be expected in the late afternoon. Later in the evening, we enjoy our last dinner on the mountain and a well-earned sleep.
    6 days Mweka Camp to Moshi
    Elevation (ft): 10,000ft to 5400ft , Distance: 10 km , Hiking Time: 3-4 hours, Habitat: Rain Forest
    After breakfast, we continue the descent down to the Mweka Park Gate to receive your summit certificates. At lower elevations, it can be wet and muddy. Gaiters and trekking poles will help. Shorts and t-shirts will probably be plenty to wear (keep rain gear and warmer clothing handy).From the gate, you continue another hour to Mweka Village. A vehicle will meet you at Mweka village to drive you back to hotel in Moshi
    Included
    o Park fees, camping fees & rescue fees
    o 18% VAT on tour fees & services
    o 3 Season mountain tents
    o Double layered Sleeping Mats
    o Transportation to & from the mountain gate
    o Professional mountain guides, cooks and porters
    o 3 meals daily while on the mountain
    o Filtered water throughout the trek
    o Pre & Post Trek accommodation at the Parkview Inn
    o Fair wages for the mountain crew as approved by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority (KINAPA), Kilimanjaro Association of Tour Operators (KIATO)
    o 2- way private airport transfers
    Not Included
    o Flights
    o Tips to mountain crew
    o Items of a personal nature
    o Laundry Services
    o A doctor for the group
    o Portable flush toilet with a toilet tent is extra (US$70 per toilet + toilet tent)

    For more information visitwww.africanaturaltours.com
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    6 days Marangu route: Africa Natural Safari
    AFRICA NATURAL SAFARI (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holidays and
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com
    Marangu Route Kilimanjaro Climb 6 Days will give you a chance to reach the highest mountain in Africa which found in Tanzania and lies just 3 degrees south of the equator its permanently snow is very astonishing, Kilimanjaro offers one of the greatest opportunities in the world to climb the peak of high altitude with no need of technical climbing skills.

    The trek will take you over well-defined altitudinal vegetation zones, from semi-arid scrub to dense forest. It is open to any ordinarily fit and healthy person who prepared to put some energy to climb to the summit.Walking distance is approximately 60 kilometers start from Marangu Gate 1,860mts and slowly but surely, ascend is always on the day and stop at night to reach Gillman’s Point 5,680mts and as a final point climb to Uhuru Peak 5,895mts the real summit.
    Marangu Route Details
    Day 1 –MARANGU GATE- MANDARA HUT
    You will be picked up from the hotel and a drive to Marangu gate follow as you drive towards the gate you will be enjoying excellent views of the mountain, you will meet your team of guides and porters at the gate.Whilst in the forest you could see bright coloured birds, colobus monkeys and other species of monkey as well as mosses, lichens and flowers and delicate orchids. If the skies is clear you can see the town of Moshi lying at the edge of the plain further down. Once registrations finished you will start ascending leave the park buildings the walk is 4-5 hours through areas of coffee plantation and thick rainforest to Mandara Hut for Dinner and overnight.
    DAY 2 – MANDARA HUT – HOROMBO HUT 3,720Mts
    The second day on the mountain starts just after breakfast with a steep climb through the last swathe of rainforest, though this soon gives way to rolling alpine meadow dotted with giant heather. Once you leave the forest sunshade, Kilimanjaro’s two peaks snow covered Kibo and rocky Mawenzi – lie straight ahead overlooking the skyline.Further on you cross a zone of open moorland with diminutive vegetation, today you gain roughly 1,000m altitude; the walk can take five to seven hours depending on your pace but always POLE POLE. Tonight for Dinner and overstay at Horombo Huts.
    DAY 3 – HOROMBO HUT
    A day here provides an opportunity for you to acclimatize step by step to the altitude, Information show that an acclimatization day effectively doubles the chance of succession to reach the summit, thus the time is well spent! The day is not precisely wasted as there is several walks you can take just in the locality of the hut, but we will take the most famous walk of which most people take for acclimatization which leads you to the base of Mawenzi Peak the dramatic eastern summit of Kilimanjaro.The walk takes 4-5 hours a round trip and will go till to an altitude of 4,600Mts then you will return back to Horombo Hut for Dinner and Overnight this walk will put you in good shape later on.
    DAY 4 –HOROMBO HUT- KIBO HUT
    The scenery turn out to be more rocky and rough as you leave behind kibo ,everlasting flower and other bizarre alpine plants Massive groundsels and lobelias appear in the sparse moorland. The trail up to Kibo will take between five and seven hours. Skirting Mawenzi Peak ass you pass the Last Water point then you cross a stark, almost lunar landscape to the Saddle which is a wide tundra desert between the two peaks of Mawenzi and Kibo.Here you will start getting fantastic views of the upper ranges of the mountain before arriving at Kibo Hut (4,705m), a dry-stone-walled hut with dorms and limited facilities. Tonight you prepare for tomorrow’s final assault – THE SUMMIT – re-packing to leave any non-essential items with the porters; you need to summon all your energy to get to the summit so there’s absolutely no point in carrying anything you don’t need! An early night is imperative as you must make a midnight start in order to reach the summit in the morning before the cloud cover settles, and then have time to get back down to the hut. Overnight stay at Kibo Hut for 1 night (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
    DAY 5 – UHURU PEAK
    This is a long and demanding day! The guides wake you soon after midnight and you start out in darkness, zigzagging up a long scree slope by the light of your torch in the extreme cold. At this time of day the scree is still frozen – which makes it easier to walk on! After roughly two hours you should reach Hans Meyer’s Cave – named after the German geologist who made the first successful ascent in 1889 – where he found the remains of a frozen leopard. The gradient gets steeper and three hours on (this is the hardest stretch of the climb! you should reach the crater rim at Johanne’s Notch. From here it’s a short scramble to Gillman’s Point (5,685m) in time for dawn. Your reward is the dramatic spectacle of the sun rising over the ice fields and craggy peaks of Mawenzi – the profusion of colors and shapes make all the suffering seem worthwhile! For those who still have the energy and drive, it takes another couple of hours along the crater rim to reach Uhuru (Freedom) Peak (5,896m). Your descent (approx. 3 hours) retraces the route back down past Kibo Hut to Horombo Hut for a well-deserved rest.
    Overnight stay at Horombo Hut for 1 night (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)
    DAY 6 – Back to Moshi.
    The pace quickens as you continue your triumphant way back down across alpine meadow and past Mandara Hut through the rainforest to Marangu Gate where you board the vehicle for the journey back to Moshi for a day room or overnight stay before depart for the airport or other destinations in Tanzania. A trip to the beaches at Zanzibar is a good way to recuperate. We can arrange many reasonably priced trips and safaris around Moshi and the Kilimanjaro region.
    Included.
    o Park fees, camping fees & rescue fees
    o 18% VAT on tour fees & services
    o Double layered Sleeping Mats
    o Transportation to & from the mountain gate
    o Professional mountain guides, cooks and porters
    o 3 meals daily while on the mountain
    o Filtered water throughout the trek
    o Pre & Post Trek accommodation at the Parkview Inn
    o Fair wages for the mountain crew as approved by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority (KINAPA), Kilimanjaro Association of Tour Operators (KIATO)
    o 2- way private airport transfers
    Not Included
    o Flights
    o Tips to mountain crew
    o Items of a personal nature
    o Laundry Services
    o A doctor for the group

    For more information visitwww.africanaturaltours.com
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    5 days Marangu route: Africa Natural Safari
    AFRICA NATURAL SAFARI (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holidays and
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com

    About marangu route
    Marangu Route has been referred to as the 'Coca Cola' route and this has led potential climbers to think that it is an easy route to the summit. This is far from the truth to be honest! The fact that it requires a minimum of 5 days to complete does not mean it is easier than any other route. The trail goes through lush rainforest, heath and moorland to alpine desert and ultimately the arctic zone at the peak and same route down. This safari is a great chance for you who is up for a Kilimanjaro adventure!
    Day 1: Marangu Gate to Mandara Hut.
    Take a short drive from Moshi town to the Kilimanjaro Park Gate (1,830 m.) lies at the edge of Marangu, which is an attractive village with many small coffee and banana plantations. After completing the entrance formalities, we climb up through attractive and unspoiled forest to reach the clearing containing Mandara Hut (2,700 m.). The volcanic remains of Maundi Crater are nearby, and make a good afternoon excursion. An alternative is to rest and enjoy the beautiful forest. There is a rich birdlife at the huts and monkeys are often seen as well. [3-5 hours walking to Mandara Hut]
    Day 2: Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut
    The first part of the walk is a steep ascent through forest, but the path soon opens out into grassy moorland and, in clear weather, there are good views of Kibo and Mawenzi peaks. We climb steadily through the moorland zone, containing giant heather and occasional stands of groundsel, to eventually reach Horombo Hut (3,720 m.). Sunrises and sunsets here are often very stunning, the site is close to the glaciated dome of Kibo, and there is a real sense of being above the clouds. [4-6 hours walking from Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut]
    Day 3: Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut
    We climb very gradually towards the lunar desert of the Saddle between Mawenzi and Kibo. The terrain changes to screed and there is a palpable sense of high altitude wilderness. We usually reach Kibo Hut (4,700 m.) at the bottom of the crater wall by midday and the afternoon is free (to contemplate the summit ascent!!). The remainder of the day is spent resting and eating in preparation for the final climb before a very early night! [4-5 hours walking from Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut]
    Day 4: Summit Day then down to Horombo Hut
    We will start our ascent by torchlight at about 1 a.m. so that we can be up at Gillman’s Point by sunrise. The initial climb is steep over loose volcanic screen, but there are some well-graded zigzag and a slow but steady pace will have us up to Gillman’s (5,685 m.) in about five or six hours. We will rest there and spend some time taking in the sunrise. Those who are still feeling strong can make the three hour round trip from here along the crater rim to Uhuru Peak (5,896 m.) passing close to the spectacular glaciers that still occupy most of the summit area. The descent is surprisingly fast and we return to Horombo Hut for the night. [11-15 hours walking from Kibo Hut to Gillman’s Point]
    Day 5: Horombo Hut – Moshi
    After breakfast,we will start with a pleasant moorland walk to Mandara and then a lovely forest walk to the National Park gates to Moshi town.
    The greenness and lushness of the forest is quite a stunning contrast to the summit day, and it really makes you realize how varied the scenery on Kilimanjaro really is. [5-6 hours walking]
    Included.
    o Park fees, camping fees & rescue fees
    o 18% VAT on tour fees & services
    o Double layered Sleeping Mats
    o Transportation to & from the mountain gate
    o Professional mountain guides, cooks and porters
    o 3 meals daily while on the mountain
    o Filtered water throughout the trek
    o Pre & Post Trek accommodation at the Parkview Inn
    o Fair wages for the mountain crew as approved by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority (KINAPA), Kilimanjaro Association of Tour Operators (KIATO)
    o 2- way private airport transfers
    Not Included
    o Flights
    o Tips to mountain crew
    o Items of a personal nature
    o Laundry Services
    o A doctor for the group

    For information visit www.africanaturaltours.com
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    5 Days Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara National Park: Africa Natural Tours
    AFRICA NATURAL TOURS (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holiday sand
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com
    The Northern Tanzania Adventurer
    Our five day camping safari captivates those who experience its enchanting beauty. The four parks are located in Tanzania, a region that has preserved its purity on the ancient African continent. We will discover Lake Manyara National Park which features the largest concentration of baboons. The alkaline waters of Lake Manyara are encrusted with rosy feathered flamingos. Tarangire is famous for having one of the largest elephant populations in Africa. The Serengeti conjures up images of exploration, dramatic landscapes and exhilarating wildlife. The Ngorongoro Crater has been denoted as ‘Africa’s garden of Eden’.


    Day One: Moshi to Tarangire National Park to Mto wa Mbu
    You will depart from Moshi in the morning and drive to the Tarangire National Park where you will discover the true enormity of the deserted termite mounds and ancient baobab trees. The colossal herds of African elephants dominate the golden savannah and screeching flocks of the striking yellow collared lovebird can be heard from miles away. The wildlife that roams the scenic landscape of the Tarangire includes lions, giraffes, warthogs, ostriches, impalas, cheetah, mongoose, buffaloes and baboons. You will spend your first night at the Fanaka Camp, comprehensive camping facilities are on offer. There will be a tantalising dinner served in the evening.
    Day Two: Mto wa Mbu to Serengeti National Park
    We will depart for the Serengeti National park once you have finished your appetising breakfast. If you are lucky you may encounter the odd animal on route because we pass via the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater. Tanzania's oldest and most frequented national park, that is also a world heritage site and recently branded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the Serengeti is renowned for the annual migration of the herds and ever growing wildlife population. We will enjoy a picnic lunch on one of the kopjes (rock outcropping). Our game drive will venture further into the park. After the game drive, we will proceed to the Serengeti Camp where you will be provided with comprehensive camping facilities and an appetising meal.
    Day Three: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater
    We will begin our day with an early morning game drive in the central Serengeti. The savannah is an active landscape and the air is flooded with the melodies the birds create as the regenerated sunlight starts to illuminate the full landscape. Your guide will study the prints on the ground to pursue predators. We will travel to the Simba campsite, located near the rim of the crater. You will be provided with dinner and satisfactory camping facilities.

    Day Four: Ngorongoro Crater to Lake Manyara National Park
    A scarce amount safari destination produce the same experience as the Ngorongoro Crater – the game viewing is simply effortless. Most animals remain within the crater due to its high walls. This is the perfect location to view every member of ‘The Big 5’ in one day. We will have a wonderful picnic lunch inside the crater. The unfilled caldera is also home to hyenas, hippo, zebra, wildebeest and an impressive variety of water birds. Your guide will enlighten you by sharing facts about the animals, vegetation and locating hidden animals. Fanaka Camp will provide competent camping facilities.
    Day Five: Lake Manyara National Park to Moshi
    Nestled at the base of the Great Rift Valley escarpment, Lake Manyara National Park provides picturesque, varying scenery. We will have a picnic lunch in the beautiful park. Assorted habitats including rainforests, the Soda Lake and the savannah support the highly diverse ecosystem. With over four hundred bird species, some of which are migratory, the reserve is a birdwatcher's delight. Lake Manyara houses the legendary tree climbing lions as well as buffalo, elephants, giraffe, impalas and hippos. We will proceed to Moshi in the late afternoon. Arrangements for transportation to the airport can be made on request.
    Safari Package Includes
    • Transport (4x4 Land Cruiser) with open roof
    • Camping & park fees
    • Tent & mattress
    • Professional English speaking safari guide & chef
    • 4 breakfasts; 5 lunches; 4 dinners
    • 1,5 bottle of water per day; tea and coffee with meals
    Not Included
    • Flights
    • Travel insurance
    • Visa and passport fees
    • Increases in park fees where applicable
    • Accommodation & meals in Moshi
    • Personal items
    • Sleeping bag
    • Tips for safari guide & chef
    • Soda and Alcoholic beverages
    • Extra activities (Hot Air Ballooning in Serengeti & Maasai Village

    For more information visit www.africanaturaltours.com
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    4 Days Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater: Africa Natural Tours
    AFRICA NATURAL TOURS (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holiday sand
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com
    The Supreme Safari
    On this popular safari, you will explore two of Africa’s 7 natural wonders. Watch the breathtaking wildebeest migration at Serengeti and spot one of the rare rhinos in Ngorongoro Crater. On this safari, you will experience an African adventure beyond your wildest dreams.

    Day 1: Moshi to Serengeti National Park
    We will leave Moshi early morning and travel to Serengeti National Park. We will travel to Serengeti on a road near the rim of Ngorongoro Crater, allowing for animal sightings along the way. The golden savannah and endless plains, teeming with zebras, wildebeest and giraffes make it easy to understand why the Serengeti is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. On this day, we will enjoy a picnic lunch on Naabai kopje (a small, rocky hill in a generally flat area), where you will have the opportunity to view the Serengeti’s famous pink-headed lizards. After lunch, we will proceed further into the plains for a leisurely game drive. You will spend the night at the Serengeti seronera Camp, and fall asleep to the playful calls of the zebra and hyenas. As with guaranteed with each tour, guests are provided with comprehensive camping facilities.
    Day 2: Serengeti National Park
    We will begin the day in heart of the Serengeti. The animals found in the Serengeti are extremely diverse so visitors will likely enjoy views of lions, leopards, elephants, cheetahs, water buffalo, zebras, and wildebeest. In addition, elands, hyenas, gazelles, crocodiles, giraffe, zebras, monkeys, baboons, hippos, rhinos and antelopes are all found within the park. Don’t worry about the time of year of your safari, because there are animals within the Serengeti all year! After the game drive, a delectable dinner will be served at our campsite in Seronera.
    Day 3: Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater
    This day marks the last day of game drive in Serengeti before we make our way to Ngorongoro Crater. After an exciting game drive full of animal sightings and a picnic lunch, we will drive to the Crater. This night we will stay at Simba Camp, overlooking the unbroken caldera of Ngorongoro Crater. The views of the sunset over the savannah are absolutely breathtaking. After a long day of adventuring, guests will enjoy a tasty dinner prepared by our friendly cook.
    Day 4: Ngorongoro Crater to Moshi
    After an early morning breakfast, we will hurry to Ngorongoro Crater, as it is the best time to spot animals. On this day, we will enjoy a game drive around the crater and stop for a picnic lunch at a small lake within the park. The lake is home to many hippos and migratory birds, so guests will be sure to enjoy the visit! Due to the animal “oasis” created within the crater, there is a high possibility of spotting every member of ‘The Big 5’. The group comprises some of the strongest animals in Africa – the ferocious lion, the giant elephant, the stealthy leopard, the charging rhino and the mighty water buffalo. Ngorongoro Crater is truly an amazing place. Did you know it was formed over two million of years ago? A large volcano erupted, collapsing the volcano, but left a perfectly unbroken crater, known as a caldera. Within the amazing crater you can expect to view the playful zebra, lumbering hippo, swift wildebeest and cackling hyenas. In addition, there are flocks of graceful flamingos along the Soda Lake, while hungry hawks and vultures circle the sky in search their next meal of discarded carcass. Beautiful storks, ibis, and cranes are popular water birds in the crater, a sight not to miss. After a lovely afternoon of animal sightings, we will finally start our journey back to Moshi. Arrangements for transportation to the airport can be made on request.
    Safari Package Includes
    • Transport (4x4 Land Cruiser) with open roof
    • Camping & park fees
    • Tent & mattress
    • Professional English speaking safari guide & chef
    • 3 breakfasts; 4 lunches; 3 dinners
    • 1,5 bottle of water per day; tea and coffee with meals
    Not Included
    • Flights
    • Travel insurance
    • Visa and passport fees
    • Increases in park fees where applicable
    • Accommodation & meals in Moshi
    • Personal items
    • Sleeping bag
    • Tips for safari guide & chef
    • Soda and Alcoholic beverages
    • Extra activities (Hot Air Ballooning in Serengeti & Maasai Village

    For more information visit www.africanaturaltours.com
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    3 DaysTarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater & Lake Manyara: Africa Natural Tours
    AFRICA NATURAL TOURS (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holiday sand
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com
    The Northern Circuit Encounter
    Our three day Northern Circuit Encounter is a memorable experience of Northern Tanzania’s abundance of wildlife and spectacular scenery. Dubbed ‘Africa’s Garden of Eden’, The Ngorongoro Crater hosts an abundance of wildlife including the exceptionally rare black rhino and it is renowned for maximum game spotting. Exploring the vast plains of savannah in Tarangire National Park and tranquil game drives along the shallow waters of Lake Manyara will leave you feeling enchanted and revitalized.



    Day One: Moshi to Tarangire National Park
    We will depart from Moshi in the early hours of the day and drive to Tarangire National Park where colossal termite mounds and ancient baobab trees await us. This park is renowned for their immense elephant population, their picturesque scenery and diverse bird life. Tarangire has an enticing wildlife that includes elephants, lions, giraffe, warthogs, ostriches, impalas, cheetah, mongoose, buffaloes and baboons. When our game drive comes to an end we will proceed to the Ngorongoro Crater rim campsite where we will witness the glorious sunset.
    Day Two: Ngorongoro Crater
    We will have a timely start to the day to ensure that we arrive at the Ngorongoro Crater promptly – early morning game drives provide you with an excellent opportunity to spot wildlife. We will enjoy a wonderful game drive with an appetising picnic lunch inside the crater. The elevated structure encourages the animals to settle inside the crater which means you are capable of spotting every member of ‘The Big 5’ in one day. The big five tend to dominate the savannah and consist of buffalo, lions, elephants, rhinos and leopards. The Ngorongoro Crater developed its structure nearly three million years ago when a colossal volcano erupted, making it the largest un-flooded, unbroken caldera in the world. You can also expect to encounter zebra, hippo, wildebeest and hyenas. You will find the flamingos gracefully lounging around the Soda Lake and the vultures are always corroding the discarded prey of a predator. Other birds include storks and geese. Your guide will be in close contact with the other safari drivers and his impressive ability to track down hidden animals will assure that you have an eventful day. We will have dinner and spend the night at the Fanaka Campsite. Comprehensive camping facilities are on offer.
    Day Three: Lake Manyara to Moshi
    In the morning we will depart to Lake Manyara where we will spend the day and enjoy a delectable picnic lunch. The park is nestled at the base of the rusty gold Great Rift Valley escarpment and the scenic landscape is breathtakingly magnificent. An abundance of species are able to reside in the park due to the wide range of habitats. The park record consists of over 380 species of birds, some of which are migratory, making it the ideal location for bird watchers. Thousands of pink-hued flamingos occupy the margin of the lake, other large water birds include pelicans, storks and cormorants. The wildlife you can expect to see are buffalo, elephants, giraffe, impalas and the ferocious hippos that inhabit the water. Our trip will come to an end in the late afternoon. We will proceed to Moshi but transportation to the airport can be arranged on request.
    Safari Package Includes
    • Transport (4x4 Land Cruiser) with open roof
    • Camping & park fees
    • Tent & mattress
    • Professional English speaking safari guide & cook
    • 2 breakfasts; 3 lunches; 2 dinners
    • 1,5 bottle of water per day; tea and coffee with meals
    Not Included
    • Flights
    • Travel insurance
    • Visa and passport fees
    • Increases in park fees where applicable
    • Accommodation & meals in Moshi
    • Personal items
    • Sleeping bag
    • Tips for safari guide & chef
    • Soda and Alcoholic beverages
    • Extra activities (Maasai Village)

    For more information visit www.africanaturaltours.com
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    5 days Marangu route: Africa Natural Safari
    AFRICA NATURAL SAFARI (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism, Beach holidays and
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com

    About marangu route
    Marangu Route has been referred to as the 'Coca Cola' route and this has led potential climbers to think that it is an easy route to the summit. This is far from the truth to be honest! The fact that it requires a minimum of 5 days to complete does not mean it is easier than any other route. The trail goes through lush rainforest, heath and moorland to alpine desert and ultimately the arctic zone at the peak and same route down. This safari is a great chance for you who is up for a Kilimanjaro adventure!
    Day 1: Marangu Gate to Mandara Hut.
    Take a short drive from Moshi town to the Kilimanjaro Park Gate (1,830 m.) lies at the edge of Marangu, which is an attractive village with many small coffee and banana plantations. After completing the entrance formalities, we climb up through attractive and unspoiled forest to reach the clearing containing Mandara Hut (2,700 m.). The volcanic remains of Maundi Crater are nearby, and make a good afternoon excursion. An alternative is to rest and enjoy the beautiful forest. There is a rich birdlife at the huts and monkeys are often seen as well. [3-5 hours walking to Mandara Hut]
    Day 2: Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut
    The first part of the walk is a steep ascent through forest, but the path soon opens out into grassy moorland and, in clear weather, there are good views of Kibo and Mawenzi peaks. We climb steadily through the moorland zone, containing giant heather and occasional stands of groundsel, to eventually reach Horombo Hut (3,720 m.). Sunrises and sunsets here are often very stunning, the site is close to the glaciated dome of Kibo, and there is a real sense of being above the clouds. [4-6 hours walking from Mandara Hut to Horombo Hut]
    Day 3: Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut
    We climb very gradually towards the lunar desert of the Saddle between Mawenzi and Kibo. The terrain changes to screed and there is a palpable sense of high altitude wilderness. We usually reach Kibo Hut (4,700 m.) at the bottom of the crater wall by midday and the afternoon is free (to contemplate the summit ascent!!). The remainder of the day is spent resting and eating in preparation for the final climb before a very early night! [4-5 hours walking from Horombo Hut to Kibo Hut]
    Day 4: Summit Day then down to Horombo Hut
    We will start our ascent by torchlight at about 1 a.m. so that we can be up at Gillman’s Point by sunrise. The initial climb is steep over loose volcanic screen, but there are some well-graded zigzag and a slow but steady pace will have us up to Gillman’s (5,685 m.) in about five or six hours. We will rest there and spend some time taking in the sunrise. Those who are still feeling strong can make the three hour round trip from here along the crater rim to Uhuru Peak (5,896 m.) passing close to the spectacular glaciers that still occupy most of the summit area. The descent is surprisingly fast and we return to Horombo Hut for the night. [11-15 hours walking from Kibo Hut to Gillman’s Point]
    Day 5: Horombo Hut – Moshi
    After breakfast,we will start with a pleasant moorland walk to Mandara and then a lovely forest walk to the National Park gates to Moshi town.
    The greenness and lushness of the forest is quite a stunning contrast to the summit day, and it really makes you realize how varied the scenery on Kilimanjaro really is. [5-6 hours walking]
    Included.
    o Park fees, camping fees & rescue fees
    o 18% VAT on tour fees & services
    o Double layered Sleeping Mats
    o Transportation to & from the mountain gate
    o Professional mountain guides, cooks and porters
    o 3 meals daily while on the mountain
    o Filtered water throughout the trek
    o Pre & Post Trek accommodation at the Parkview Inn
    o Fair wages for the mountain crew as approved by the Kilimanjaro National Park Authority (KINAPA), Kilimanjaro Association of Tour Operators (KIATO)
    o 2- way private airport transfers
    Not Included
    o Flights
    o Tips to mountain crew
    o Items of a personal nature
    o Laundry Services
    o A doctor for the group

    For information visit www.africanaturaltours.com
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    4 Day 3 nights Safari Holiday in Zanzibar: Africa Natural Safari
    AFRICA NATURAL SAFARI (The best tour company in Tanzania)
    Specialized in: Wildlife safaris, Cultural tourism , Beach holidays and
    Mountain climbing
    Contact +255 653 679 958
    Email-info@africanaturaltours.com

    Day 1: Arrive in Zanzibar

    Arrival at Zanzibar Airport anytime you will meet us at the airport and pick up with private transfer to Stone town at Hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

    Day 2: Full day tour in Stone town.

    Your program starts with a morning visit by walk on our Historical Stone Town Tour. This tour takes you through fabled Stone Town, where history appears to stand still. With visits to the House of Wonders, the Palace Museum (People’s Palace) and the Arab Fort amongst others, it is a fascinating look at the essence of Zanzibar. You will see Zanzibar’s bustling market, winding alleyways, ornately carved and studded doors, two cathedrals and countless mosques!
    Day 3: Dolphin Safari

    One day you go to an excursion to Kizimkazi. Situated on the southern point of the island, Kizimkazi fishing village is home to several schools of bottle-nosed dolphins and Humpback dolphins, which can often be sighted following a short boat trip from the village. If you are lucky, you may be able to swim quite close to the dolphins, which can be a very rewarding experience. We are doing this trip in the afternoon to avoid the crowds of tourists in the morning, which in big numbers disturbing the dolphins.

    Day 4: Departure day

    we will transfer you from the hotel to the airport (ZNZ) where you will fly via Precision Air back to Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) usually arriving around 5pm. We will attempt to get you on the best flight possible to fit your schedule.


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