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You dream to discover the Tanzanian wildlife and culture? Check out your possibilities in this country and let us know which activity you can't miss on your trip! You can  see the national parks, lodges & campings, cultural excursions , the nature and Zanzibar. In 'Toolkit for travellers' you can find a list of all the thing you need before you come to visit Tanzania.

National Parks

Ngorongoro National Park

Ngorongoro is the most famous Tanzanian National park. It's a crater  with 20 kilometres  diameter. Inside the crater you can find all animals, including the big 5. You can combine this daytrip with a safari in Serengeti National Park or Ndutu, which is a part of Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Lodges & camping

Public Camping

In and around all national parks you can find public campings. You can choose to bring your own tents, or to hire them on the beginning of your safari / at the campsite. For budget safaris or real adventurers, this is the perfect way to travel around.

Cultural excursions

Visit local tribes

In Tanzania there are more than 120 different tribes. Some tribes live still very seperated from the others and have their own language and habbits. You can go hunting with Hadzabe (Bushmen), go to dance with Dotoga or visit a special Maasai boma.

Discover Nature

Climb Mountains

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the most attractive activities in Tanzania. With its height of 5895 metres, it's a long but satisfying trip. Porters carry all your luggage and you go to the top together with a special cook and a guide. This trip, everything included, is approximately 1500$ per person. For people who want to do it less rough, you can also climb the 4562 metres heigh Mount Meru (4 days) for 1200$  or Ol Doinyo Lengai (1 day), known as 'Mountain of God' which is 2878 metres heigh. 


Relaxing at Paradise Island

Zanzibar, or Paradise Island, is one of the most beautiful places on earth. A combination with Tanzania is perfect. On the island you can enjoy the clear water, the pearly beaches and the most beautiful lodges.

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