Start planning your Tanzania safari today. Land at Arusha’s Kilimanjaro International Airport and transfer to a hotel of your choice. Proceed to Lake Manyara National Park from the village of Mto wa Mbu, an assorted market town where numerous tribes converge to develop a linguistic blend that is the richest in Africa. Let the guides show you the tree climbing lions and large pythons as well as thousands of flamingo and dozens of hippos.
Check out the woodlands, grasslands swamps and the scenic soda lake itself which is a sanctuary to more than 400 species of birds. You can go back to your hotel or spend the night at Kirurumo Luxury Tented Camp.
Visit the last remnant of bushman in Tanzania at Lake Eyasi and their simple makeshift homesteads during your Tanzania safari. Visit Dar es Salaam, a multicultural city home to friendly people of all backgrounds.
Sample some bongo flava, a type of vibrant hip hop music variety that is popular among residents. Savor international cuisine during your Tanzania safari. This ranges from customary Tanzanian barbeque and Zanzibar cooking to Chinese, Thai and American restaurants. Go to Zanzibar islands for the purest form of Kiswahili. Buy arts and crafts as you sample relaxing Taarab music and dance. Explore the Maharubi palace which was built for the harem of a sultan prince in 1878. Take a look at the Kidichi Baths, a gift from an earlier sultan to his Persian wife during your safari.
Of course Tanzania safari would be incomplete without visiting Mount Kilimanjaro. This is the highest permanently ice capped mountain in Africa despite being only a few degrees south of the equator. Here you can take photographs of magical sceneries in this highly photographic environment. Take on the challenge of climbing the 6km skyscraper as far as you can. All this is only on your safari in Tanzania.