Lake Eyasi Cultural Tourism
This tourism program is focused on Lake Eyasi. English-speaking guides will help you enter Ghorofani, where you can also visit the Datoga and Hadzabe communities. You can take part in fishing and canoeing expeditions in the lake or go on a hunting trip with the Hadzabes.
Climbing Mount Kilimandjaro
You can prepare yourself for a climbing expedition and experience the roof of Africa as it is the tallest freestanding mountain in this continent. It is topped with a snow-cap, all the year round and this imposing mountain is located within the Kilimandjaro National Park of Tanzania.
Lake Manyara National Park
This Park comes under the jurisdiction of the Tanzania National Parks Authority. Most of its land area involves a thin and narrow strip that runs between Lake Manyara and the Gregory Rift wall that falls on the western side. This lake is located on the eastern side and it is famous for being a soda or an alkaline lake.
Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area
This area is home to the massive Ngorongoro volcanic crater where you can come across the big five in Africa – the elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard and rhinoceros.
This gorge is regarded as one of the most significant paleo-anthropological regions in the world and it has helped anthropologists is studying human evolution.
This is a soda lake which is rich in minerals in the northern part of Tanzania, bordering with Kenya. It is also a famous breeding ground for thousands of flamingos.
Canoeing Tours at lake Duluti
You can have a fun time gliding across smooth surface of this Crater Lake which is a paradise for reptiles and birds. You can come across giant kingfishers and fish eagles here.
Swimming with dolphins at Zanzibar
This is a popular eco-culture tour to a dolphin spotting place in Kizimkazi Village situated on the southern coast of Zanzibar island.