You will enjoy and experience nature, wildlife, habit and habitat of the fauna and flora in the natural areas, also peoples and culture.
Minimum Rate Per Adult: US$
Departing From: Arusha
Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights
Departure Time: 0830 Hrs (possible to leave earlier than)
Minimum Persons Required: 2
Day 1: Arusha – Babati.
In the morning at 0830hrs, Pickup from the hotel in Arusha and drive 172 km approx 3hrs 40min to arrive Babati. Walk or drive to Lake Babati to see large bodies floating on the Lake, Hippos, fishing is the main activities in the Lake. Lunch at Kahembe’s Guesthouse or Camp. There after; visit commercial farms of the local people. Dinner and overnight, in the guesthouse or Camp.
Day 2: Babati – Hanang
Breakfast in your camp and drive 70km to Katesh Hanang for lunch, after lunch walk thru the bush 16 km over the mang’ati plains and arrive in Dima at Mzee Gavachu’s Boma, a village of the Barbaig bushmen tribe. You will be with a Barbaig guide who will translate when barbaig language is spoken. Dinner and overnight in the Boma and Camping
Day 3: Hanang
After breakfast, continue exploring the Brarbaig. You will hear thorough explanation on their unique preceding of marriage, burial of elderly men, religious rituals and local taboos. Be free taking pictures with bargaigs. You will learn and experience the cultural insights from tribe, hear the lecture and or practically on how they make their clothes, and by using goatskin. If time allow, visit their school and dispensary teacher and nurses can be as kid any question. P/O in Boma or Camp.
Day 4: Katesh – Kondoa Irangi
Breakfast followed by reroute back to Katesh by walking, met your vehicle and drive to Kondoa Irangi, take you lunch box on the way. In the afternoon visit the Rock Paintings; experience the existence of ancient man in Tanzania thru these rock paintings. Dinner and overnight in Quest house or Camping FB
Day 5: Kondoa – Lake Eyasi
Wake up at 0630 for breakfast, drive back to Katesh, with our packed lunch which will be served on the way, proceed with your adventure in the AWD vehicle to Lake Eyasi via Ayeda chini where you will arrive in the Mid Afternoon. There after relax at leisure or walk around then soda Lake, the breeding center of flamingo birds Dinner and overnight in Cottages or Camping FB
Day 6: Lake Eyasi
Breakfast in the camp followed by walking to track the bushmen of Hadzabe tribe who are living in the area, experience their bush life style, their main activities is to hunt for the food, they also eat rodents. You will have all meals and overnight in Eyasi FB
Day 7: Lake Eyasi – Mto wa Mbu
Breakfast in Eyasi, then drive to Mto wa Mbu in Manyara, with a stop at lab. Manyara viewpoint. Mto wa mbu village, is famous for congestion of people from different tribes of Tanzania including some from nearby country. Each tribe following its traditional and culture. Your local guide will explain about it, then proceed with a walk to Miwaleni and waterfall. After lunch, relax at leisure in the lodge/camping waiting for dinner and overnight
Day 8: Manyara – Arusha
Breakfast followed by morning game drives in Lake Manyara National Park to look for lion, elephant, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, hippo, baboons and many water birds on the Lake Manyara. At 1300hrs back to your lodge/camp for hot lunch. Then after lunch, drive back to Arusha,
|• Tanzania VAT on tourism activities and park fees
• Hotel before and after the climb,
• All Park gate fees, camping fees.
• Kilimanjaro National Park rescue fees
• Emergency oxygen (for use in emergencies only – not as summiting aid)
• Basic first aid kit (for use in emergencies only)
• Qualified mountain guide, assistant guides, porters, and cook
• Salaries for the mountain crew.
• Breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
• Camping equipment (tents, camp chairs, tables & sleeping mattress
• Water for washing up daily
• Porter to carry your duffel bag (max weight 15kg / 32 lbs)
• Chemical Portable toilet
• Flying Doctor Service
|• Flights and airport taxes
• Items of a personal nature
• Compulsory tips for guides, porters, and cook
• Highly recommended travel and medical insurance.
• Personal hiking/trekking gear – we can rent some of the gear from our equipment store in Tanzania
• Snacks, personal medicine.