On Safari Add-on's Activities
It’s always the best decision to add some active adventure to your safari in Tanzania; these safari activities awaken your senses. It offers you a different perspective of the African bush and wildlife and gives you a real feel for the country you are travelling in.
While a wildlife safari is usually at the core of any Tanzania vacation, there are many other activities to include in your trip itinerary. Need to unwind and relax? Enjoy a few days at the beach or a spa treatment at your safari lodge. Maybe a little physical challenge? There’s always Mount Kilimanjaro, either a day hike or attempt a summit. Interested in history and culture? Consider a side trip to Olduvai Gorge or a visit to a Maasai boma. Prefer a bit more luxury? Fine dining and great wines await you at many of Tanzania’s best restaurants. Peruse the activities listed here for more ideas.
Tanzania on Safari Add-on's Activities
Enjoy an altogether different sort of safari with a hot air balloon ride in Serengeti National Park. It’s not every day you can combine the thrill of spotting rare and exotic wildlife, such as elephants, zebras and gazelles, with a hot air balloon ride, which is why this is such a memorable experience.
A traditional boma consists of a variety of “houses” which are in essence small huts made of mud and cow dung. Each of our huts has traditional Maasai stick beds, however with a blow up mattress and a mosquito net, it is one of the comfiest ways of surviving in the bush.
The last hunter-gatherer tribe in Tanzania The Hadza are an an indigenous ethnic group located near Lake Eyasi in the Rift Valley. They are descendants of Tanzania’s aboriginal hunter-gatherers and have occupied their land unchanged for thousands of years.
Marvel at the spectacular views down into the mighty Ngorongoro Crater on this walk to a seldom-visited section of the Crater rim – and watch out for any number of forest birds, animals and indigenous plants. The highlight, however, has to be the mesmerizing panoramic views down into the Crater.
There is a somewhat almost primal joy about eating a meal in the raw wilderness of the African savannah, more so if the setting happens to be Serengeti National Park where it is quite possible that your views are framed by stunning landscapes and magnificent wildlife.
During this walk, guides will point out interesting facts about the Lake Manyara flora and fauna, while you can enjoy a unique birds-eye view of the world around you. This is Tanzania’s first Treetop Walkway and one of the longest in Africa.
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