Rent a 4×4 Car for Self-drive in Tanzania. Pick up from Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro or Arusha. Opt for a One-way Rental in Tanzania. We have 4×4 Land Cruisers with rooftop tents for Camping. You can have a quote at a relatively good price. Tanzania has vast wilderness areas in which you need to have a reliable 4×4 vehicle. Drive through the wild plains of Serengeti National Park populated by the “big games” (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino). Kilimanjaro National Park is home to Africa’s highest mountain in Africa. Offshore lay the tropical islands of Zanzibar, a marine park home to whale sharks and coral reefs. Start your adventure road trip from Arusha to Serengeti National Park and then to Meru.
4x4 Self-drive Tanzania - Camping Safaris
Tanzania safaris are for the brave who are sick of the same vacations and are ready to see something that will change their lives forever. Experience something different and have memories forever. Tanzania safaris draw thousands of people from all over the world. They give you the opportunity to become a part of nature. You must have surely seen documentaries about African safaris. These safaris can be tailor-made according to your requirement and budget.
Setting up a substantial stop by to Tanzania is complicated, no doubt about this. There are plenty of alternatives to generate about when, wherever, and how much time to visit for the reason that East Africa has these kinds of an astounding variety of pure, cultural, and adventure holidays to choose from. Nowhere else on the earth will you discover these types of many different should-see all-natural capabilities clustered into this sort of a little land place.
Safaris in Tanzania
Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa with Dar el Salaam, Arusha, and Dodoma as the biggest cities. The biggest airport is in Kilimanjaro and is also the busiest because it stands at the centre of attractions. Flights for tourists use this airport because it’s very easy to access all the best tourist destinations in Tanzania. For this case, we locate ourselves in Arusha town and self-drive car hire services start from this point to the rest of Tanzania. From this point, you choose to proceed to Meru National park, Kilimanjaro then to Serengeti.
Create Life-Long Memories on Africa Safaris in Tanzania. It is time you start seriously looking into taking a vacation that can promise you unique experiences, adventure, excitement, and the thrill of your life. Self-drive safaris in Tanzania are the most exciting tours you will take in your life. You will experience the earth in its most beautiful untouched form and see animals that you will likely never see ever again. Visit Mikumi National Park and experience the world as it should be experienced and see animals in their natural habitat and their real-life homes. Tanzania safaris are for the brave who are sick of the same vacations and are ready to see something that will change their lives forever. Experience something different and have memories forever. Tanzania safaris draw thousands of people from all over the world. They give you the opportunity to become a part of nature. You must have surely seen documentaries about African safaris. These safaris can be tailor-made according to your requirement and budget. You can easily find package deals that provide sightseeing and accommodation at different safari destinations. The planning is accurately done right from the smallest to the biggest details.
Kitulo National Park – Tanzania Tours; Kitulo Plateau lies between two parallel ridges of Mbeya and Njombe Region. Its montane grasslands are home to 350 species of plants, including numerous ground orchids, and other Afro-alpine plants. During the November to April wet season, the montane grasslands are carpeted with displays of flowers.
Mikumi National Park – Tanzania
Mikumi National Park in southern Tanzania borders Selous Game Reserve in the south forming a unique ecosystem. Its also bordered by two natural areas the Udzungwa Mountains and the Uluguru Mountains. Malundwe Mountain is the highest of a belt of hills that run east and west through the park. The fauna includes many species of the African savannah. The park contains a subspecies of giraffes (the Masai giraffe) and (the reticulated giraffe). Other animals include elephants, zebras, impala, eland, kudu, black antelope, baboons, wildebeests and buffaloes. At about 5 km from the north of the park, there are two artificial pools inhabited by hippos. More than 400 different species of birds also inhabit the park.