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How would you be in our beautiful white sand Zanzibar beach and fail to see our beautiful wildlife? this safari only includes one park that is close to Zanzibar Beach making you have a taste on our bush experience in Tanzania.

  • You’ll be collected from the airport.
  • Accommodation before the tour starts can be arranged for an extra cost.


Day 1

Dar Es Salaam to Mikumi

Upon arrival in Zanzibar beach, you will be met by our company representative and transferred to your luxury Zanzibar resort, introduction on an African Safari believing then taken to your room. You will then transferred to Prison Island ( Depending with your Arrival Time)


Day 2

Stone Town Tour

After breakfast, you shall wake up and take a guided around stone town. Stone town is the old part of Zanzibar city, there are so many old architectural structures that you shall greatly appreciate. In addition, you will get the opportunity to visit the spice market to understand the cooking practices of the Zanzibar people; and in addition, you will have the opportunity to have a taste of some of the delicious food prepared using these spices. In the afternoon, you will transfer to the sandy beaches to enjoy the rest of the day. Like any tropical beach, palm trees and undisturbed white sand is common in Zanzibar. You could opt to transfer back to stone town or to stay in one of the available beach resort.


Day 3

Dolphin Tour

After breakfast you will be transferred to Kizimkazi for the Dolphin Tour. On this day you will and do Dolphin tour for half-day then go to visit stone town for doing shopping .

Day 4

Zanzibar to Dar Es Salaam to Mikumi

This wonderful and great safari starts and ends in Dar es Salaam however we are flexible enough to listen to our clients’ needs. If you require that we pick you up at any point in Tanzania, all the possible arrangements can be done to fulfill your demands. It takes about 6 hours to drive from Dar es Salaam to Mikumi national park. . Upon arrival at Mikumi national park, you will do a Cultural Tourism and then you shall check in at your accommodation.


Day 5

Mikumi full Day Safari

This is epitome of this safari. During this day, you will go for a full day game drive throughout the park. The full day game starts early in morning until dusk however you will always have some breaks along the way. One of the reasons for visiting Mikumi national park is to spot the tree-climbing lions and given the perfect time and experience from our tour guide, you shall be certain that you will surely see tree climbing lions. Later, you will drive back to the lodge.


Day 6

Departure Day

Since this is the last day of the Wildlife safari, the only activity will be taking breakfast and driving back to Zanzibar beach via dar es salaam.

  • Private guided by professional safari ranger
  • Safari in a 4×4 safari jeep
  • National Park entrance fees
  • Bottled water throughout the safari
  • Full board accommodation in Mikumi, breakfast, lunch, dinner
  • Evacuation insurance policy in case of an emergency
  • Half-board accommodation in Zanzibar
  • All airport transfers in Zanzibar
  • Start and end in Zanzibar beach
  • International flights
  • All excursion in Zanzibar beach
  • Tips
  • Drinks and beverages
  • Things of personal nature

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Yes! To visit Kenya you will definitely require a passport and a visa. Your passport should have at least 2 blank pages and should be valid for a minimum of 6 months past your arrival date. This is to ensure that its validity does not expire before your safari is over.

There are 3 ways to obtain a tourist visa to Kenya;

Visit a Kenyan embassy and apply
On entry to Kenya you can apply for a landing visa. For a landing visa, you need to present your passport. A visa application form and a landing cad will be provided for you to fill out. You will then be required to pay the visa fee in US dollars, which is 50 USD

For comfort throughout the safari, bring with you light casual clothes. Avoid extreme colors; not too dark (black and dark blue are a no) and not too bright. Try neutral colors.

Safari clothing tips

Avoid dark colors like black and dark blue. Recommended safari colors are brown, green, khaki, olive and beige.
Lightweight jacket or windbreaker
Casual, loose-fitting clothes
Comfortable walking shoes (i.e. Sneakers, hiking shoes)
Sandals or flip-flops
Extra cotton socks and underwear
One warm sweater