Booking and Frequently Asked Questions
CostsThe Cost of your safari will depend on the number of people in your party, how many days are spent in national parks, whether you choose to use private or public transport, and whether you prefer to stay in international hotels or local guesthouses.
Prices include all national park fees and guide fees, transport, hotel and food costs, and also include agreed contributions to the local villages and communities that we visit. Guideline prices are shown for the sample itineraries, but note that for example by staying in local guesthouses rather than international lodges the prices can be reduced.
How to BookTo arrange a safari, first and foremost think about what you want to see and the balance you want between cultural, wildlife, walking and coastal activities.
You can then choose one of the sample itineraries or else work with us to tailor-make your own programme. We will then draw up a contract with you giving a day-by-day itinerary including the lodges/hotels you will stay in, the mode of payment, preferences and other travel details. Once the contract has been made, we will make in advance all bookings for lodges, national parks and other places for the visit. We will also make all arrangements for ground transport and safari activities.
It is the client's responsibility to book their airline tickets to Tanzania- see the Travel section for more details. It is also the client's responsibility to obtain visas and medical insurance - see the also the Travel section for more details.
On the day of arrival, you will be met at the airport by a safari guide, and from then the tour programme begins. Over the days of your visit to Tanzania we administer the entire safari programme and ensure that you stay comfortably in the country.
Karibu! Which means "welcome" in Swahili. Inquiries for more information are welcome - see the Contacts page for details.