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Kenya

$384

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Duration:3 days
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Visit Kenya with Safarisharing! Amboseli is one Kenya’s most popular parks where you can experience swampy plains of the park and unforgettable wildlife safari. Wake up to the sounds of the bush and spend the day exploring the national park with us! Experience magical nights in the wild plains, and enjoy a panorama of Mount Kilimanjaro at dawn. Don’t wait too long and join us for this adventure!

The Amboseli National Park belongs to the elite of Kenya’s national parks. It’s greatly known for its accessibility to the hundreds of big-tusked elephants and closely bordered against, Mount Kilimanjaro (5895m). With clear weather (usually at dawn and/or dusk), you will be awed by the stunning views of Africa’s highest peak.

The park is also home to an abundance of wildlife, apart from the guaranteed elephant sightings, you’ll also see wildebeest and zebras, with a reasonable chance to catch some lions and hyenas. The park is also home to over 370 bird species.

Satao Elerai Camp is located in a quiet, unspoilt, unique setting on a 5000 acre private conservation area 12 kms south east of Amboseli National Park at the foot of Africa’s Largest mountain, Mt Kilimanjaro. The camp looks down onto the Amboseli National Park in one direction and up to Mt Kilimanjaro in the other direction, giving clients what is arguably the best location of any camp in Amboseli.

Kenya

$848

Samburu National Reserve & Aberdares

Samburu National Reserve & Aberdares

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Duration:4 days
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Samburu National Reserve is one of the lesser known game reserves of Kenya, but well worth the visit. On the banks of a river, there is plenty of trees and water to attract animals from far and wide. As with the rest of Kenya, anywhere you find an abundance of animals, you will find predators not too far behind.

The beauty of Samburu’s lesser known reputation is the lack of crowds making for a more intimate game experience than some other parks offer. Soaring mountain ranges give way to plummeting valleys as streams cascade over waterfalls, making Aberdares National Park a landscape lovers paradise. With over 250 species of bird, it is also a haven for bird watching enthusiasts. Located in the heart of Aberdares National Park, The Ark is known as a ‘tree hotel’, built on pylons in such a way as not to disturb the animals around the waterhole. Its three decks provide superb vantage points for game viewing around the floodlit waterhole.

Tanzania

$3764

Mahale Mountains & Chimpanzee Trekking

Mahale Mountains & Chimpanzee Trekking

  • Departure city:Arusha/ Dar es Salaam
  • Duration:4 days
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From deep within the green heart of Africa rise the mysterious Mahale Mountains, a global biodiversity hotspot. The park is dominated by mountains and forest with a huge biodiversity of plants. Mahale is true eye-candy that is still a secret to most people. The thrilling highlight of your visit is the chimpanzee tracking. With about 600 individuals in 15 groups, the park hosts East Africa’s biggest population of wild chimpanzees.

Tanzania

$5362

Masai And Hidden Gems Of Ruaha & Katavi

Masai And Hidden Gems Of Ruaha & Katavi

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Duration:10 days
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A beautiful blend of culture and wildlife experiences like no other combined destinations in Tanzania. We bring this to from day 2. A short scenic drive out from Arusha the safari capital of the Northern Safari circuit will open up a changing world from the lushness of Arusha to a landscape so vast in size one is lost by its extremity and raw beauty. A further step back in time to fit into the daily rhythm of the nomadic Maasai tribes with several days being amongst and around this colourful people.

Before changing your compass heading a visit to the infamous Ngorongoro Crater with the chances of seeing the rare black rhino along with taking in the stunning beauty of this truly dynamic natural feature filled with a staggering 25,000 varying plains games wildlife, not forgetting the big cats and tuskers that have come to call Ngorongoro home. Southward bound into a land that has stood the test of time, modern trends and popularity lay Ruaha tucked away in the south-west corner. Diverse in every angle the park has something different around every corner; all the big cats can be seen here along with the impressive sentry like the posture of the Greater Kudu. If you’re lucky Ruaha also holds a good population of African wild dogs which are a sight to behold either at rest or on the move. As triangles all have three sides so with North and South now complete we bring your imaginary line of travel across to the west where we drop you into the heart of a brooding expanse of Katavi National Park. Now to begin to explain how remote this Tanzanian National Park is, only 1,500 foreign visitors managed to take the journey to the west out of a total 900,000 registered in the whole Tanzania National Parks this sense was taken in 2013!! – but like all hard to reach destinations it still remains un-spoilt with the main focus and game drives being conducted around the Katuma River and associated floodplains such as the seasonal Lakes Katavi and Chada. If you are looking for something different with the biggest and richest wildlife areas in Tanzania that are guaranteed to blow the national geographic channel out of your flat screen then we encourage you to look and learn a little more about this diverse flying safari we have carefully laced together.

Tanzania

$4277

Ruaha & Saadani - Where Bush And Beach Truly Meet

Ruaha & Saadani - Where Bush And Beach Truly Meet

  • Departure city:Dar es Salaam
  • Duration:8 days
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Ruaha National Park is the “Jewel of the south” in our eyes offers so much that a single safari is just not enough to fully appreciate and experience what this seldom visited National Park has to offer. The park is jam-packed with amazing unique Tanzania wildlife with options to take it all in by foot if venturing out at first light on an exciting walking safari or explore the meandering game tracks by open game viewing vehicles. The difference is with the southern safari circuit is perhaps best described as far more relaxed and simple not too many other game vehicles cruising around in the parks and conservation areas. Game drives and activities are often shared with other guest and are in tune with the chosen safari camps daily planning. Join our African wildlife safari tours and experience the true beauty of Africa.

Ruaha is mostly reached by flying safari as distances to drive are great and with that, the whole feel and style of southern safari take on a different character. As we strongly believe that variety is the spice of life the safari designers at B2B have added in Saadani National Park to complement the Ruaha experience with time to stare in wonder across the Indian ocean on one side of you and with a 180 degree pirouette you face towering palms and ancient baobab trees with all Saadani’s mysteries kept behind a green curtain of vegetation. Riverboat safaris are very popular and rewarding and certainly a good way to spend a few hours whilst on the Wild Swahili coast – have you ever been close to a 3 – 4-meter crocodile?? Click on this itinerary and we can arrange the rest.

Tanzania

$670

Usambara Mountains Culture Programme

Usambara Mountains Culture Programme

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Duration:4 days
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The Usambara Mountains are situated in the north-east part of Tanzania and are known for their pleasant climate, beautiful viewpoints and fertile slopes. Favoured by the Germans and English during colonial times, the area is rich in historical buildings from the period.

The Climate of the East Usambaras differs from much of the rest of Tanzania. Rain can and does fall at any time of the year although there is a seasonal pattern. Tanzania has a hot, dry season in December-March, and a cooler, dry season in May to October. The ‘short’ rains occur in November and ‘long’ rains in April-May. The climate on the coast can be hot and humid, however, because of the altitude (800-1400m), the East Usambaras are cooler and wetter than the surrounding lowland. The rainfall averages over 1,500mm a year with an average temperature of 20C.

The East Usambaras are fairly densely populated and lie within the more densely populated North of Tanzania. The area contains some 18 villages with a total population of about 15,500. An additional 4,000 people live and work on tea plantations in the area. The population is growing rapidly through a combination of natural increase and in-migration.

Different from the classic picture of East Africa – savannah – this is a lush and green area. The natural vegetation of submontane forest supports a wide variety of flora and fauna, much of which is endemic and for which the area is renowned both nationally and internationally. It is considered an international ‘hot spot’ for biodiversity. The East Usambaras are particularly well known for bird life, with over 350 recorded species. The Usambaras are a bird-watching paradise. Abundant and diverse species can be spotted and according to experts, the Usambaras is one of Africa ’s best bird-watching locations.

There are many endemic plant and animal species in the Eastern Arc Mountains – more than 2000 plant species of which about 25% are endemic. Out of the 276 tree species, 50 are endemic! The East Usambara mountains are the closest to the sea (only about 40 km) and due to moist climate, the number of endemic species is remarkable. There are 16 tree species which can be found in the East Usambaras only. The forests of the East Usambaras have many rare species in all groups of animals, except mammals. High level of endemism is found amongst molluscs, amphibians and reptiles. The East Usambaras has been compared to Galapagos Islands with regard to diversity of endemic species.

The genus Saintpaulia, or African violet as it is commonly known originates from North-East Tanzania. During the year 1982, Baron Walter von Saint Paul Illaire, then District Commissioner of Tanga Province, found wild plants with small blue flowers. The species was introduced to horticulture and since then it has enjoyed spectacular and ever increasing popularity as indoor plant. Nowadays, the East Usambaras is one of the few places where Saintpaulia still occurs – there are eight species growing in the area.

Tanzania

$6441

Lemala Special - Authentic Camps

Lemala Special - Authentic Camps

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Duration:10 days
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Experience the wide plains & highlights of Northern Tanzania, while staying in the authentic Tanzania safari lodges – Lemala. Embark on a journey through Northern Tanzania. Experience the Serengeti National Park, drive through the often over-looked Tarangire National Park and descend to the famous Ngorongoro Crater.

Our highlights for you are culinary and aromatic adventures in Arusha as well as the stay in the remote wilderness of the Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Tarangire while having all the comfort you need. Lemala Camps are authentic, remote located and high-quality accommodations providing an unforgettable experience.

Tanzania

$3667

Tanzania Culinary & Culture Tour

Tanzania Culinary & Culture Tour

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Duration:12 days
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Apart from visiting the national parks and viewing wildlife do you also like to enjoy good food as well as a taste of the local culture? This Tanzania Zanzibar safari is the right choice for you!You will visit national parks such as Tarangire and Manyara as well as Arusha National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater and in between you get a real taste of the local culture and their traditions.

The culinary tours vary from fine dining and wine tastings to picnic lunch spreads in the parks and a taste of the local Swahili cuisine both of the mainland of Tanzania as well as Zanzibar Island.

Tanzania

$1500

Allround Safari through the Northern Circuit

Allround Safari through the Northern Circuit

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Duration:7 days
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This trip offers unparalleled game viewing with evening relaxation in adventurous campsite. Start off in Arusha directly proceeding to the often overlooked Tarangire National Park. Continue to the Serengeti and venture into the thick of the plains in search of zebras, gazelles, impalas, and of course wildebeests, who thunderously feed and migrate from the Serengeti and through the Mara area every year.

Drive to the Ngorongoro Crater floor for yet another fascinating Game drive. Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken caldera in the world, is a protected habitat for thousands of wild game and avifauna featuring lions, hyenas, wildebeests, zebras, black rhinoceros and varieties of small antelopes. Continue to Lake Manyara for Tanzania’s marvellous lake and finish in Arusha where you’ll enjoy time for some final sightseeing, souvenir shopping or dinner before returning home from this incredible adventure. Join our Tanzania safari trips & find fellow travellers!

Tanzania

$2499

Chimpanzee Trek at Gombe National Park

Chimpanzee Trek at Gombe National Park

  • Departure city:Arusha/ Dar es Salaam
  • Duration:4 days
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Join us on this wildlife safari to Gombe National Park – a remote destination to embark on a marvellous chimpanzee trek. Experience the colonial heritage of Kigoma & Ujiji & view Lake Tanganyika during your boat ride.

Just like Mahale National Park, Gombe is a rather remote park. The ancient forests may look tranquil and serene, but don’t let looks fool you. Underneath the canopy, adventure awaits. Home to many marvellous creatures, one stands out in particular. Get ready for a thrilling encounter with our closest genetic relative: the chimpanzee.

But chimpanzees are not the only primates here, no less than eight different species are present. Scan the forest canopy for red-tailed monkeys, blue monkeys and colobuses while staying on the lookout for habituated beachcomber olive baboons.

Lake Tanganyika is the world’s longest (660km), deepest in Africa and second-deepest in the world (more than 1436m) and second-largest (by volume) freshwater lake. At somewhere between nine and 13 million years old, it’s also one of the oldest. Thanks to its age and ecological isolation it’s home to an exceptional number of endemic fish, including 98% of the 250-plus species of cichlids. Cichlids are popular aquarium fish due to their bright colours, and they make Tanganyika an outstanding snorkelling and diving destination.

Comparatively narrow, varying in width from 10 to 45 miles (16 to 72 km), it covers about 12,700 square miles (32,900 square km) and forms the boundary between Tanzania and Congo (Kinshasa). It occupies the southern end of the Western Rift Valley, and for most of its length the land rises steeply from its shores. Its waters tend to be brackish. Though fed by a number of rivers, the lake is not the centre of an extensive drainage area. The largest rivers discharging into the lake are the Malagarasi, the Ruzizi, and the Kalambo, which has one of the highest waterfalls in the world (704 feet [215 metres]). Its outlet is the Lukuga River, which flows into the Lualaba River.

Lake Tanganyika is situated on the line dividing the floral regions of eastern and western Africa, and oil palms, which are characteristic of the flora of western Africa, grow along the lake’s shores. Rice and subsistence crops are grown along the shores, and fishing is of some significance. Hippopotamuses and crocodiles abound, and the bird life is varied.

Many of the numerous peoples (predominantly Bantu-speaking) living on the lake’s eastern borders trace their origins to areas in the Congo River basin. The lake was first visited by Europeans in 1858, when the British explorers Sir Richard Burton and John Hanning Speke reached Ujiji, on the lake’s eastern shore, in their quest for the source of the Nile River. In 1871 Henry (later Sir Henry) Morton Stanley “found” David Livingstone at Ujiji. Important ports situated along Lake Tanganyika are Bujumbura (Burundi), Kalemi (Congo), and Ujiji and Kigoma (Tanzania).

Uganda

$1380

Primate Experience to Gorillas, Chimps & Monkeys

Primate Experience to Gorillas, Chimps & Monkeys

  • Departure city:Entebbe
  • Duration:7 days
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In this tour, you are going to enjoy the beauty of the Primates in Uganda. These animals include Monkeys, chimpanzees and the famous Gorillas. Gorillas are only found in three countries in the whole world and we are blessed to have the biggest number of over 400. So you definitely have a higher chance of seeing them in Uganda.

Tanzania

$1560

Tanzanian Cultural Tourism Programme (CTP)

Tanzanian Cultural Tourism Programme (CTP)

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Duration:7 days
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Join this adventure safari to the Tanzanian Cultural Tourism Programme (CTP) – a programme where local people organize and run small tourism projects, the income being used for community projects – is well developed in the Arusha region. It is well worth visiting one or two alongside your safari, to get an authentic feeling for both the cultural and natural history of this fascinating part of Tanzania.

Tanzania

$1160

Walking Safari to Ngorongoro, Natron and Oldonyo Lengai Mountain

Walking Safari to Ngorongoro, Natron and Oldonyo Lengai Mountain

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Duration:5 days
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This is an adventure walking safari, enjoying the real nature of landscape Fauna and Flora of Tanzania. You will be escorted by a guide and armed Ranger, also donkeys will be escorted by young Masai carrying all camping gears and food. Join our best Tanzania safari.

Kenya

$1030

Masai Mara - Kenyan Lakes - Amboseli

Masai Mara - Kenyan Lakes - Amboseli

  • Departure city:Nariobi
  • Duration:7 days
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Wildlife is bountiful in the Masai Mara national park, game viewing is exciting any time throughout the year – Although the peak is during the annual wildebeest migration from July to October. The Amboseli National Park belongs to the elite of Kenya’s national parks. Join this trip to easily locate and identify kingfishers, long-crested eagles, goliath herons and most especially famed pink flamingos at Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha.

Kenya

$900

Tsavo East & West to Amboseli

Tsavo East & West to Amboseli

  • Departure city:Mombasa
  • Duration:5 days
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This Kenya wildlife safari is for the true safari enthusiast. You will see plenty of wild animals and a large variety of birds in many different habitats.

This 5-day tour includes three parks and four camps in a compact drive through many of the popular areas accessible by road from the coast. Starting from the coast it is leisurely paced and the final day is a lengthy drive returning from Amboseli. You will have many opportunities to see a wide variety of wildlife.

Tsavo East

The sight of dust-red elephant wallowing, rolling and spraying each other with the midnight blue waters of palm-shaded Galena River is one of the most evocative images in Africa. This, along with the 300 kilometres long Yatta Plateau, the longest lava flow in the world, make for an adventure unlike any other in the Tsavo East. The park forms the largest protected area in Kenya and is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust-red elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile, waterbucks, Lesser Kudu, gerenuk and the prolific bird life features 500 recorded species.

Tsavo West

Tsavo West which is one of Kenya’s larger national parks (9065km2) has a wide variety of landscapes including swamps, natural springs, rocky peaks, volcanic cones and others. It is not only famous for its dramatic scenery, wilderness but also for a good mix of predators such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas as well as lesser kudus, gazelles, impalas. Moreover, elephants, rhinos, zebras, oryxs and giraffes can be seen in the park too.

Amboseli National Park

The Amboseli National Park belongs to the elite of Kenya’s national parks. It’s greatly known for its accessibility to the hundreds of big-tusked elephants and closely bordered against, Mount Kilimanjaro (5895m). With clear weather (usually at dawn and/or dusk), you will be awed by the stunning views of Africa’s highest peak.

The park is also home to an abundance of wildlife, apart from the guaranteed elephant sightings, you’ll also see wildebeest and zebras, with a reasonable chance to catch some lions and hyenas. The park is also home to over 370 bird species.

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