Enjoy a 2-day safari in the Tarangire National Park and be lucky enough to spot some amazing wildlife
Canoe in Arusha National Park on the Momella lakes to see water buffaloes, bushbuck, giraffes, hippos and many water birds
Visit a traditional village of the Wa-arusha Tribe from the Maasai family and the traditional bomas, their stone houses.
Enjoy a tour to the Meserani snake park and learn more about the most dangerous snakes in the world. A Maasai warrior will be your guide.
Discover the geo-thermal waters of Chemka Hot Springs, a beautiful site surrounded by trees. Swim, relax and enjoy an included picnic lunch.
Tanzanite is an extremely rare gemstone found only in the surroundings of Mount Kilimanjaro, and Arusha is the center of artifact crafting.
Enjoy a 2-day safari in the Lake Manyara National Park and be lucky enough to spot some amazing wildlife
Enjoy a 3-day safari in Serengeti National Park and be lucky enough to spot some amazing wildlife
Spend a day at Arusha National Park where you will see the Ngurdoto Crater and many wild animals: buffaloes, giraffes, warthogs, zebras and baboons.
Enjoy a day hike to Materuni Waterfall and learn more about coffee farming and cultural life visiting a local village.
Discover the Makoa Farm Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and learn more about wild animals and Tanzania wildlife in general.
Enjoy a 3-day safari in the Ngorongoro Crater, Unesco World Heritage Site, and be lucky enough to spot some amazing wildlife
Canoe on lake Duluti to see from close up most of the more than 130 bird species that dwell there.
Take a tour around the city of Arusha, to discover a glimpse of daily life, the markets and the handicraft of gemstones.
Enjoy a tour to the Burka Coffee Estates and learn more about this plantation known for its high quality mild Arabica coffee.
Spend one day hiking the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro and discover splendid landscapes and luxurious nature.
Discover Lake Manyara, home to an incredible array of bird life, including thousands of pink-hued flamingos.
Visit Shanga workshop, where you can not only admire local handicraft and jewelery, but also help the disabled people who produce these items.
Visit a Masai Village and learn about different lifestyles, skillful handicraft, hunting techniques and traditional medicine.