// Experienced safari goer with the safari bug //
Karibu [welcome] Safari with Journey To Africa. We are honored you are going back on a Journey To Africa Safari. If you are going back to Africa but using Journey To Africa this time, Asante Sana [thank you in Swahili]. We can't wait to show you our Tanzania and other parts of East Africa we know.
Want to do something different from your first Tanzanian Safari? Here are some ideas to get the ball rolling. First time Safari goers, these Safari ideas are also for you. Let's talk - we have enjoyed all the experiences below and would love to go in more detail with you for your Safari.
- Revisit some of their favorite spots again.
You can never tire of Tarangire National Park and Oliver’s Camp as per our repeat client Carlos Mata or revisit Ngorongoro Crater for the third time like Alisa Thomas. We all have our favorites that we must revisit.
- Add other parks to your Safari.
You can head to Masai Mara or Naibosho conservancy in Kenya. Spend time with the chimpanzee from Mahale Mountains which staying on the shores of Lake Tanganyika at Greystoke Mahale. Head to Southern Tanzania and wild Ruaha National Park. Go to remote Katavi National Park in Western Tanzania. Want a slow Safari -- spend time in Selous Game Reserve. Trek up the Virunga Mountains in Rwanda or Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda and get close to the Gorillas.
- Experiencing other areas in the same National Park.
For example, our second time client Erik and Diane Hoffer are going to spend time in Northern Serengeti as they have already enjoyed Central Serengeti. Joe and Fay Wagner on their second Safari enjoyed Alamana Wilderness Camp in our private concession area east of Serengeti National Park after their second climb up Mt. Kilimanjaro.
- Go to a new country in vast Africa.
Al and Gail Ripa who really enjoy their experience working with us asked us to create a full 10 day Uganda Safari itinerary. Alisa Thomas took her mother with her and visited South Africa and Botswana. You do have 54 other countries to choose from in amazing Africa.
- Go with one of our Specialist guides.
Drew and Darrell Howton returned to Tanzania and visited Serengeti with Paul Oliver. Paul Kirui, a gold standard guide in Kenya who is named one of the top 20 guides in Africa, took our clients on a wild ride in Masai Mara.
- Add activities that make you fall deeper in love with Africa.
Get out of the Safari vehicle and go on a private Serengeti Walking Safari for 2-3 days. Go horseback riding for a few days at Manyara Ranch. Attempt scuba diving in Pemba Island if you have already done Zanzibar Island. Visit Pangani beach near Tanga or Ras Kutani near Dar-Es Salaam. Vamizi Island in Mozambique is paradise. Head to stunning, belly of the Earth, Lake Natron away from the normal path. Spend a few days in this soda ash environment, removed from the tourist trail. Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa - the ultimate adventure.
- Slow Safari.
Spend longer in places like stunning Chem Chem Lodge near the shores of Lake Manyara or Sand River Selous in vast Selous -- allow more time to enjoy one place. Take in longer walks, night game drives, wilderness camping from these great locations in Tanzania.