DAY 1 – MANDARA HUT

This is one of the most affordable Kilimanjaro trekking tours. This package starts with a morning drive to Marangu that takes approximately two hours. Your journey to Marangu (1372m), which is located on Kilimanjaro’s south-eastern side, is through the semi-tropical foothills of Kilimanjaro. During your drive, you can enjoy the stunning sights of the peak that is fully snow-capped. Upon reaching the Marangu gate, you can find a team of tour guides and porters. After collecting all supplies for the trek, you are guided to the Mount Kilimanjaro’s entrance to do the registration process for the trekking. Near the gate, you can come across a cluster of buildings. From there, you have to walk through the coffee plantation patches and dense rain forest for around five hours to reach Mandara hut. During your journey through the forest, you can witness a rich and colorful birdlife along with different varieties of monkeys including Colobus. The forest is also home to a wide variety of flowers such as orchids and different types of lichens and mosses as well. You can have a wonderful view of the Moshi town located deep at the plain edge if the sky stays clear.

Mandara Hut easily meets your needs in the best possible way. You can find frame mountain huts comprising of bunk bed at this hut. At this place, all trekkers gather for the same purpose. You can interact with a lot of similar minded climbers who have chosen our Budget Mount Kilimanjaro tours packages.

Mandara Hut is the place where overnight stay is arranged (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner).

DAY 2 – HOROMBO HUT (3,720m)

Being the most reliable and affordable Kilimanjaro trekking tours operator, we offer the best experience for our customers. You can start the second day with a steep climb through the last broad strip of rainforest. After some time, you reach rolling alpine meadow full of large heather. Upon leaving the canopy of the forest, you can witness the twin peaks of Kilimanjaro known as Kibo and Mawenzi directly in front. Kibo is a snow covered peak and Mawenzi is a rocky peak. You can find both these peaks dominating the skyline when you leave the forest canopy. As you move forward, there is an open heath zone with stunted vegetation that needs to be crossed prior to reaching bleak moorland. Approximately, you achieve 1,000m in altitude, and the duration of walk can be around five to seven hours based on the speed. Accommodation is arranged at Horombo Huts at this night. It is another cluster of buildings quite similar to the buildings you found at Mandara. You can find basic shelter and accommodation at this place.

Horombo Hut Overnight stay comprises of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

DAY 3 – HOROMBO HUT

When you spend a day at Horombo Hut, you will get used to the altitude climate in a gradual manner. Various studies and statistics suggest that this type of acclimatization makes the summit climb more effective for any traveller. So the time you spend at this hut does not go waste. During the day, you can perform a couple of walks the vicinity of the hut. The most popular option available is to walk toward the Mawenzi Peak base which is known as Kili’s dramatic eastern summit. The duration of this round trip walk comes in between four and five hours. You reach an altitude of 4,600m prior to returning to the hut. This preparation makes your mountain climb a lot easier. You can seek advice from tourist guides to optimally prepare for your budget Mount Kilimanjaro tours.

Horombo Hut Overnight stay comprises of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.

DAY 4 – KIBO HUT (4,705m)

As you move on from the boundless flowers and peculiar alpine plants, the landscape turns increasingly rocky and rough. You can start viewing large groundsels and lobelias in the scattered moorland. The Kibo today trail consumes around five to seven hours. After moving around the Mawenzi Peak, you go through Last Water before crossing a sharp and lunar landscape to reach “The Saddle”. It is an extensive tundra desert that is situated between the Kibo and Mawenzi peaks. You can enjoy stunning views of the of the mountain’s upper reaches from this place. Then you reach Kibo Hut (4,705m) which is made using dry-stone equipped with dormitories. The facilities are quite restricted at this place. This night, you should make preparations for the final climb of the Summit scheduled for tomorrow. Porters help you repack any items that are not essential. Since you have to preserve all your energy to reach the summit, you should leave all items that you really don’t need. You must start midnight to reach the summit in the morning before the settling in of the cloud cover and come back to the hut in due time. It is always necessary to go to bed early to wakeup midnight. Our guides give you all the necessary advice and wake you up responsibly to make your affordable Kilimanjaro trekking tours a grand success.

Kibo Hut Overnight stay for 1 night comprises of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

DAY 5 – UHURU PEAK (5,896m)

This day demands a lot from you. You can wake up after midnight with the help of the guides. The climb starts in extreme darkness and torch can be used to meandering up a long scree slope in severe cold. Since the scree stays frozen, you can walk on with ease and comfort. When you walk around two hours, you arrive at Hans Meyer’s Cave. This cave is named in the loving memory of German geologist who reached this cave first time in 1889. When he reached, he found a frozen leopard’s remains. The slope becomes steeper and as you walk around three hours, you arrive at the crater rim at Johanne’s Notch. It can be described as the most difficult stretch of the entire ascent. From this place, you need to do a short climb to reach Gillman’s Point (5,685m) around the dawn time. When you manage do so, you can enjoy the amazing sight of the sunrising over the rocky peaks and ice fields of Mawenzi. The plentitude of colors and shapes makes all your climbing efforts meaningful and purposeful. If you have the energy to keep on moving, you can go forwards another two hours along the crater rim to arrive at Uhuru (Freedom) Peak (5,896m). Your return journey may take around three hours and proper rest can be taken while going past Kibo Hut to Horombo Hut.

Horombo Hut Overnight stay for 1 night comprises of Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

DAY 6 – Back to ARUSHA.

The pace quickens as you continue your triumphant way back down across alpine meadow and past Mandara Hut through the rainforest to Marangu Gate where you board the vehicle for the journey back to Arusha. Breakfast and Lunch are included in this day.

What to bring
  • Clothes

  • A warm sweater as the nights can be chilly at high altitudes.

  • Comfortable shoes

  • All Park fees
  • All activities
  • All accommodation
  • All Camping equipment
  • A professional driver/guide
  • All transportation
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • All Round trip airport transfer
  • All  Meals (3 meals a day)
  • Drinking water and Wine
  • Free Day tour on Request
  • All things of personal nature
  • Tips and gratitude for driver Guide and safari cook
  • Travel insurance
  • Visas
  • International flights
  • Pop Up Roof
  • Every one gets a Window Seat
  • Electric Charger in Car
  • WiFi
  • Refrigerator
  • Radio Call
  • Professional Guide
  • 4 * 4 wheels drive

No any other company has these offers, we give out these offers to ensure maximum convenience to customer. Our prices are a bit high for the following reasons.
1 Every one gets a window seat
2 Free Airport pick up and drop off
3 Free Accommodation 2 nights
4 6 hours of game drive NOT 5 HOURS
5 Wine during Dinner
6 Max of 6 people in group not 7 people!
7 Free insect repellent on request!
8 Private tent or room no sharing (on request).
9 Our jeeps have electricity sockets and Refrigerator.
10 Great care for you, advice to Zanzibar

INCONVENIENCE OF GROUP SAFARI
1 Delays due to customer lateness.
2 Reduce in game drive time due to change in flight ticket and sickness
3 Different accommodation customer choose, lodge, camping or mid range
4 Change in group members
5 Can’t be customized like more game drive time or departure time.
6 Shared facilities like tents. You can request private tent.

  • Tarangire Outside the park;  Sunbright Campsite and lodge, Room Accommodation
  • Serengeti Inside the park;  Seronera Public Campsite, Tent Accommodation
  • Ngorongoro Crater inside the park;  Simba Campsite, Tent Accommodation
  • Lake Manyara Outside the park;  Sunbright Campsite and lodge, Room Accommodation
  1. SNORKELING AND DIVING

The Best diving sites in Zanzibar Island are;  Tumbatu Island, Mnemba Atoll, Kichwani wall, Watta Bommy, Leva Bank among others

These sites range from 3m to 50m, why should you Scuba dive in Zanzibar?

The island is better known for its beauty, and this beauty extends to the ocean. Colorful corals, small reef fish, vary underwater topography (vast underwater volcanic mountain ranges to huge granite boulders covered with soft corals and sponges).

Zanzibar Island offers opportunity to see larger animals on dives, particularly in Mnemba or Leven Banks. It is easily to sport Barracuda, Sailfish, Dorados, Whale sharks and Wahoo

Mnemba give you a chance to see dolphins and if lucky to play and swim with them.

Africa Serengeti Safaris Tours can arrange Scuba and Snorkeling trips, from any hotel you choose. Very beautiful and great places to snorkeling and diving. From Fumba close to Stone Town, see dolphins, sandbanks, islands and coral reefs of Menai Bay, very beautiful conservation area.

Next day visit wonderful sandbanks where you enjoy swim or snorkel. Our guides will show you the pristine coral reef and tropical sea life. Instruction is also available for beginners.

After snorkeling you will heard to Kwale Zanzibar Island where we have “desert island” restaurant. The lunch included fish, slipper lobster, calamari, rice and sauces, all served hot from the grill. The chef arranges fruits tasting with a large selection of delicious tropical fruits.

Different species of, Dolphin, Humpback and Bottlenose. We are lucky to see dolphins on during many excursions.
Afterwards we return to Fumba by traditional lanteen sail, the full splendour of the African sunset reveals itself. Fresh coconuts and local snacks are available throughout the day.

2.    Dhow Sunset Cruise

The cruise leaves Stone Town in the afternoon visit along the coast, After you step on-board the vessel, guide on board take the dhow about 1km away from the shore, once out in the sea the engine is shut off and during a tense moment they put up the sail.

Listen to songs of love and loss played by musicians on board as the butler serves canapes and fills your glass with beers, wine and sodas, encouraging you to sink back into the cushions and enjoy the romance of Africa while watching the scenery drift by.

A professional guide will accompany you on your cruise and give you a tour of Stone Town from the water. You may ask any questions about Zanzibar Island.

See the different colors of the sky from shades of pinks and blues to magnificent golden colors as you sail back toward the glimmering lights of Stone Town with the wind gently blowing you back to shore.

3.    Nungwi Tours

Nungwi on the North tip of Zanzibar Island. Has crystal clear water, for diving, snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing.

This trip takes you through the Mangapwani cave which is a 30 minutes’ drive from Zanzibar island   town. After the closure of Slave Market in June 1873, the cave was a secret hideout from where slaves were kept illegally then transported by dhow up to 1911. You will then proceed to Nungwi which is an hour’s drive from the cave.

 Tour details

  • Visit aquarium natural turtle
  • Visit to a typical Zanzibar island village.
  • Swim sunbath or buy a package of water-sports.

 

4.    Swim With Dolphin Tours

From town drive to Kizimkazi a small village to the southern point of the island takes one hour. Channel of Kizimkazi surface is broken by the skimming arcs of wild bottle-nosed dolphins.

You are taken by outboard engine boat into the sea to see the dolphins, and if you’re better lucky you will be able to swim quite close with them, as they are very friendly

 

5.    Changuu Prison Island

Prison Zanzibar  Island or by another name Changuu Island is the middle is let of the three visible from the Stone town, it takes approximately 30 minutes to get there by a wooden boat powered by and outboard engine. The prison on this island was built in 1893, which was later used as a Quarantine Hospital.

Surely the only interesting part in Prison Island is giant tortoises. They were brought to the island in 1820 by Seychelles Sultan Said.

Also you can swim, sunbath, snorkel and enjoy the peacefully beautiful island while relaxing. The hotel built on Changuu Island does not allow the day visitors to move or going around the Prison Island.

 

  1. SPICE TOURS

Tour begins with a drive through a profusion of greenery seeing countryside smelling and tasting a variety of spices and mouth-watering tropical seasonal fruits such as jack fruit, green coconut juice, pineapple, banana durian, love apple, litche, soursop etc.

Spices like cloves, black pepper, turmeric, cardamom, cinnamon, vanilla, and nutmeg – are as exotic as the flavor….etc.

A full tour conceder much more than spices, and you will also have a chance to see the iodine plant, ylang-ylang, the lipstick tree, heena bush, cocoa, and coffee trees.

Tour also visit

  • Dichi: Persian Baths was built in 1850 by the princess Seyyid Said bin Sultan for his wife Persian
  • Sheherezade: shah granddaughter of the Persia.
  • Maruhubi: Palace Ruins was built by the third Sultan of Zanzibar Seyyid Barghash for his concubines.
  • Dr Livingstone’s House was built in 1860 for Sultan Majid. Dr David Livingstone lived there before commencing his last journey to the mainland interior.

7.    STONE TOWN TOURS

It is a fantastic introduction of Zanzibar that gives you the feeling of the rich cultural heritage. One gets a comprehensive view, history and walk of the Stone Town. Magnificent architecture, narrow alleys, sand and stone ancient built houses where some of them are over 200 Years old that have Arab/Indian carved wooden doors.

We begin this tour at the main City market which was opened in 1904, where tropical fruits, vegetables, spices and fresh fish from the island are sold. Our next stop will be at the Anglican Church of Christ built by Bishop Steers in 1873 on the site where slaves were being auctioned.

Other highlights on our historical stone town tour are a visit to

  • Sultan’s Palace (Now a Museum) – Built in the late 1890’s for members of the Royal Sultan’s family.
  • House of Wonders – Built in 1883 as a Royal ceremonial function Palace.
  • The Africa House – Formerly known as English Club.
  • Jamituri Gardens where you can spend your evenings leisurely watching the brilliant sunset while enjoying the locally made dishes, Zanzibar pizza and barbequed sea food.
  • Visit of The Old Fort – Built by Arabs for defense against the Portuguese.

Why not explore the roof of Africa! Mount Kilimanjaro dominates the view of landscape. You want to climb? Get your mountain gear ready and choose one of the many route we offer. Go to menu choose Mountain Trekking.

The great Serengeti wildebeest migration is the seasonal movement of huge numbers of the Serengeti’s wildebeest, zebra, small numbers of Grant’s gazelle, Thomson’s gazelle, eland and impala.  They constantly seek fresh grazing and better quality of water. 

While climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is the ultimate goal for many aspiring hikers, there are some less challenging hikes you can use to get in shape for the big event. Climbing Mount Meru is a shorter, less daunting hike that many use to acclimatize for Kilimanjaro. Achievable in just three or four days, a Mount Meru summit can be added on at the start or finish of your safari adventure.

Arusha National Park’s lack of dangerous wildlife makes it a great place for young and old alike to get out and go hiking. Walk pass Giraffe, Zebra Buffalo while they graze. You can even combine your hike with either a game drive or a canoe safari!

The iconic colorful attire and jumping dance of the Maasai have become synonymous with Africa, and it is in Tanzania that this semi-nomadic people can be interacted with.

Whether you simply snap a photo of a wandering herdsman out on the Savannah or spend a night at the Maasai operated Africa A mini Maasai Lodge, the chance to interact with these fascinating people is one not to be missed.

For those wanting true cultural immersion, our six day Adventure Safari blends traditional game drives with two unique cultural experiences with the Maasai and the Hadzabe.

Get Free Day Tour By Buying This Package

Africa Serengeti Safaris gives customer wonder full days trips to various place, Maasai Village, Mount Meru hike and Waterfalls, Cultural heritage center or Maasai Market and Chemka Hot Springs. According to the Number of Days Booked.