Inspiring the travel mindset of a modern day 9 to 5er
Safari + Zanzibar
SAFARI AUG 27 - SEP 5, 2022 + ZANZIBAR SEP 5 - SEP 11, 2022
2 trips in 1, join me on an exploration of Tanzania! Pick between a 9-day safari adventure or a week galivanting around Zanzibar. Don't know what to decide... Join me for both!
Immerse yourself into nature as we journey through Tanzania's best national parks. Deep dive into the culture as we interact and visit local tribes.
Dar Es Salam city tour
Arusha city tour
Tarangire National Park
Mto Wa Mbu - meet locals
Lake Manyara National Park
Serengeti National Park
Lake Eyasi – meet the local tribes Hadzabe and Datoga
Enjoy the sun on the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar. Learn the island's history as a slave market and how it got its recognition as Spice Island.
Zanzibar City bike tour
Old Slave Market
Village visit and cooking class
Safari Blue Boat trip
Prison Island visit
Dar es Salaam accommodations
Dar es Salaam city tour
Domestic flight to Arusha
All park fees and conservation fees
Crater service fee
All meals during the safari
Luxury accommodations during the trip
Mineral water throughout the trip
4*4 private vehicle
Local Guide fee
4 to 5 Star Accommodations
All activities and tours
Local Guide fee
SAFARI + ZANZIBAR:
Flight from Mt. Kilimanjaro to Zanzibar
International flight from the USA
**Though international flights and visas are not included, assistance is available upon request.
COST (based on double occupancy)
(ADD SAFARI ONLY FLIGHT: $900 RT from US)
(ADD ZANZIBAR ONLY FLIGHT: $900 RT from US)
SAFARI + ZANZIBAR: $6000
(ADD SAFARI + ZANZIBAR FLIGHT: $1000 RT from US)
PAYMENT DUE SEP 15th
Payment Plan option:
For Safari only OR Zanzibar only, deposit $600 to secure a spot.
For Safari + Zanzibar, deposit of $1000 to secure a spot.
Safari Only - 340 (Add $90/mo for flight)
Zanzibar Only - 150 (Add $90/mo for flight)
Safari + Zanzibar - 500 (Add $100/mo for flight)
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Detailed Itinerary provided with purchase of trip. Please reach out via email, email@example.com, if you have any questions.
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Visit the Tanzania Travel Advisory website for the most current travel information.
Visas are required for U.S. citizens traveling to Tanzania.
Foreign nationals may apply for a visa online in advance of travel. Applicants may complete the e-visa application form and make payment online with a credit card or bank transfer at www.immigration.go.tz. If the e-visa is approved, the applicant will receive a “grant notice” via email. Present a copy of the grant notice to the Immigration Officer on arrival at the airport in Tanzania.
U.S. citizens may also obtain a tourist visa upon arrival at the airport in Tanzania. The cost is $100 USD. Be prepared to pay in cash in case connectivity issues make electronic transactions impossible.
A passport valid for a minimum of six months beyond visa issuance and/or date of entry, and at least one blank visa page, is required. Visitors who enter on visas must present a roundtrip ticket and demonstrate they have sufficient funds for their stay.
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Dar es Salaam: +255 (0) 22 2850575/6
Zanzibar: +255 (0) 24 223 9148
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The U.S. Department of State is unaware of any HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors to or foreign residents of Tanzania.
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