Expertly driven by our professional safari guides, our 4×4 safari Land-cruisers are the central Wildlife viewing platform on safari. They allow us to enjoy a safe and close interaction with wildlife. Each habitat lends itself to a different daily rhythm; in some areas, we head for early mornings and late afternoons out, spending the hot hours of the day resting in the shade or a hide watching the wildlife coming to drink at a water hole. While in others, we venture out for full days carrying picnic hampers and cooled drinks, getting lost in the vast expanses of wilderness, and enjoying long leisurely picnics in the shade of large acacia trees.
Tanzania is open and we welcome guests.
Depending on our travel area, the season, your fitness, and your interest, we can build various guided safari experiences into a safari program.
We can broaden our experience by walking, hiking, and horse riding in the wilderness on land. We can enjoy hot air balloon rides in the air, while Helicopter flights can allow us access to the most inaccessible and untouched corners of east Africa. At night, we love to venture out by vehicle or on foot to seek the host of nocturnal animals that we cannot see by day. Around our rivers, lakes, and the azure tropical sea, water-bound activities such as canoeing, Scuba diving, fishing, Snorkelling, and Sailing abound.
We were in awe most days with the culture and animals. It’s hard to have those moments as an adult – the last time I was that excited was when I was eight and walked into Disney World for the first time.
Doug and I both realized how important it was to do the cultural stuff that we did. The Hadzabe were the highlight. I think it really showed us how on the edge the people live, and yet they have so much joy.
Every day was a new and wonderful adventure; we enjoyed the diversity of experiences, all new for us.