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Tanzania - History, Culture and Wildlife Safari

This wildlife safari is specifically designed to visit a variety of East Africa’s wildlife habitats, each with its unique community of birds and mammals, scenic attractions, and cultural components. The Great Rift Valley, the vast savannas of the Serengeti, Lake Manyara National Park, Olduvai Gorge, the Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Park are all included in this 14 day safari program. Our means of transportation is in specially equipped 4-wheel drive safari vehicles with a guaranteed window seat and access to the roof hatch for all participants.

Environmentally Sensitive Travel and Conservation Commitment

Lions, Tanzania

Environmentally sensitive travel to East Africa’s parks and cultural centers is an important aspect of the country’s long-range challenge, to manage its wealth of wildlife in a sustainable manner, and to utilize its resources in a way that will create optimum living conditions for all its inhabitants. A portion of the proceeds from this Tanzania wildlife safari program are donated to Rutgers University. Additional donations are designated for other conservation projects underway in Kenya and Tanzania and the tax revenues generated by our safaris are used to improve schools, roads and hospitals.

 


Giraffes, Tanzania

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Departure dates 2012: on demand
Cost per person, double occupancy: $4,998
Minimum Number of participants: 4
Duration: 12 days
Overnight stays:  Luxury wildlife lodges and tented camps
Itinerary: Arusha, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge, Serengeti National Park, Arusha

Activities in Tanzania

Physical activities: The pace of this safari is “moderate” and should not be excessively demanding for most. Stays at most locations are of more than one night, which allows time to experience the place, relax and even sit out a game drive or two and enjoy a quiet afternoon by the pool. On most days there are options for both morning and afternoon game drives. On some mornings it may be advantageous to depart early and return to the safari lodge for breakfast. On other days you may chose to take lunch with you and spend the entire day out. The afternoon game drive usually begins about 3:00 PM and may last until dark.

Your Tanzania Naturalist – Guides

Each safari is accompanied by one or more professional driver / guides. These men  are graduates of an extensive and on going training program that includes courses in natural history, tourism and African culture & history. They are carefully selected for their knowledge, temperament and ability to communicate. In addition they have had several years of “on the job” training and have advanced to their current position because they have successfully led numerous wildlife safaris and demonstrated their ability as charismatic and resourceful leaders.

 


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