EAST TO WEST TANZANIA
For those who have been North, how about heading South. From remote Katavi where hundreds of thousands of buffalo herds roam, wild Ruaha where thousands of lions laze in the Savannah to vast, bird-rich Selous Game Reserve.
Day 1 Fly into Dar-Es-Salaam, the largest city in Tanzania. Overnight at Holiday Inn.
Day 2 Head to vast Selous Game Reserve where you will enjoy a slow Safari.
Day 3 Selous Game Reserve has the large Rufiji River running through.
Day 4 Have patience in Selous and you will be rewarded with lions, leopards and even the elusive rhino.
Day 5 Fly from Selous to Wild Ruaha National Park.
Day 6 The three rivers that keep Ruaha beating will also be where the wildlife will come for a drink.
Day 7 Mwagusi River, Great Ruaha or the Mdonyo River, each of these river is a life line for the many elephants of Ruaha.
Day 8 Fly from Ruaha to remote Katavi National Park where there are two flights a week, Monday and Thursday.
Day 9 Walk in Katavi's endless plains and come back changed.
Day 10 You may be able to escape the crowds when in remote Katavi National Park.
Day 11 Fly from Katavi to Mahale where your boat to Greystoke awaits.
Day 12 Mahale Mountains, home to the chimpanzee that Dr. Jane Goodall researched will be a trek away.
Day 13 Trek the chimpanzee on Mahale Mountains, fish on the deepest lake in Tanzania and enjoy sunset on the dhow.
Day 14 Another day spent with chimpanzees is another day in paradise. Oh, and enjoy time with Bird Bird, the resident pelican.
Day 15 Say farewell to Greystoke Mahale and fly to Dar-Es-Salaam.
The East to West Tanzania Safari is a guideline.
We customize each Safari. The Safari Price will depend on how much time you have on Safari, how many people are in your group, what month you are going to be on Safari, what style of lodging your prefer, if you have children under 16 years, is it green season, activities on your Safari and more.
Our Luxury Safaris start at $400 per person per night.
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