Tanzania Active & Walking Tours

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XKL Kilimanjaro Trek Tour

10 days from Arusha to Arusha

As we set up camp in the lush rainforest of Tanzania, the majestic peak of Kilimanjaro will loom over our heads, not only making for the perfect…

XKS Kilimanjaro Trek & Wildlife Safari Tour

15 days from Arusha to Arusha

The trails winding through the African terrain cannot be justified through frivolous or assuring words that make up the bulk of a detailed…

XKZ Kilimanjaro Trek & Wildlife Safari Tour

19 days from Arusha to Zanzibar

Spending the day in the rainforest that encircles Mount Meru in Arusha National Park brings with it an extraordinary opportunity to see some of the…


More About Tanzania

There is perhaps no other tour destination in the world that can make travellers more aware of their apparent insignificant stature than can Tanzania. Whether dwarfed by the colossal snow-tipped and cloud-enshrouded peaks that rupture the ground to ascend heavenwards in the northeast, entranced by the blue oblivion of one of the Great Lakes while gazing from the lapping shoreline, or watching the swirls of dust from migratory herds on the seemingly endless stretched of plains; a tour to Tanzania can’t help but give the traveller a new perspective.

Tanzania sits on the east coast of Africa, borders eight other African countries and has a magnificent coastline on the Indian Ocean. The nation takes its name from the 1964 union between the mainland territory, Tanganyika, and the Zanzibar islands to the east and this once German colony has largely managed to steer clear of the many domestic and international troubles that have plagued its neighbours. Though not the largest country in the continent, it is the largest in East Africa and the variety and grandeur of its attractions guarantee the tour of a lifetime.

Kilimanjaro National Park is, of course, home to the indescribable wonder that is the second largest mountain in the world: Mount Kilimanjaro. This truly is a spectacle that has to be seen to be believed and chances are, it will cause revision of the definitions of the words ‘beautiful,’ ‘awesome,’ and ‘immense’ in the minds of travellers.

As with all Tanzania’s many national parks, Kilimanjaro National Park allows visitors to view some of the most remarkable and exotic animals on the planet. Elephants, hippos, wildebeest, rhinos, monkeys, crocodiles, big cats or birds: you name it; Tanzania has it.

A wildlife sight not to be missed on a Tanzania tour is the famous tree-climbing lions, which can be found at Lake Manyara National Park, and though each national park has its own allure, the Serengeti National Park, which is itself often synonymous with safari expeditions, is considered home by more game animals than anywhere else on the planet.



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