6 Days amazing Tanzania wildlife safari

This exciting 6-day safari tour of eastern Tanzania national parks begins in Dar es Salaam and ends in Arusha. You will explore less well-known national parks and conservation areas that are rich in wildlife and natural beauty. These parks contribute to Tanzania’s vast biodiversity and provide a variety of chances for wildlife viewing, birdwatching, trekking, and cultural experiences. Eastern Tanzania national parks, You will experience boat rides, beach leisure, game drives, village and traditional exploration, and hiking throughout a 6-day period in parks such as Mkomazi, Sadaani, Usambara Mountain, Pangani town, and Materuni village. the 6 days safari is best organize for a group safari vehicle

The highlights of this safari in eastern Tanzania national parks

  • Wildlife viewing during game drives
  • Boat ride
  • Beach relaxation
  • Exploration Pangani river basin
  • Bird watching
  • Scenic drives and beautiful vistas
  • Hike to Materuni waterfalls
  • Cultural tour and coffee farm visit at Materuni villagewildbeest during our gamedrive on vacation safari in Kenya

Day by Day Itinerary 6 days safari in eastern Tanzania national parks

Day 1: Drive to Sadaani National park for afternoon game drive

After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel in Dar es Salaam and driven to Sadaani National Park for the three-day Safari Saadani, which will take you via the Bagamoyo. When you arrive, check into your hotel and then have lunch.

You will embark on a game drive in Sadaani in the afternoon, where you will explore various park routes and see the various wildlife that dwell there. On this trip, you may see lions, zebras, spotted hyenas, sable antelopes, buffaloes, big-eyed Rondo Galago, elephants, waterbucks, wildebeests, warthogs, giraffes, and hartebeests. After the game drive, you will return to your lodge to relax, eat, and sleep.

Meal plan: All meals are included

Day 2: Game drive and Beach Relaxation

After breakfast, you will go on a wildlife drive in Tanzania’s Saadani National Park, a unique area that offers a mix of beach and jungle activities. Saadani is Tanzania’s only national park that offers game drives along the Indian Ocean’s coastline. This one-of-a-kind adventure allows you to view wildlife against the backdrop of stunning sandy beaches and turquoise waterways.

Despite its modest size, Saadani is home to a diverse range of animals, including elephants, lions, leopards, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, and a wide diversity of bird species. This variety creates great game viewing chances.

After lunch, take a Saadani Boat Ride safari. Saadani National Park is remarkable in that it is Tanzania’s only park that extends all the way to the Indian Ocean, creating an enthralling habitat where land and sea collide. The boat safari follows the Wami River through the park until it touches the ocean. You will encounter a variety of wildlife species in their natural habitat as you sail along the river, including hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of bird species that inhabit the riverbanks. Elephants, buffaloes, antelopes, and other creatures have been spotted drinking from the river.

The boat safari is also a great way to see the stunning grandeur of Saadani National Park, which includes rich riverine forests, savannas, and clean beaches. You go back to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

Meal plan: All meals are included

Day 3: Drive to Pangani town to Explore Pangani River Basin

Drive to Pangani after breakfast to explore the Pangani River basin. Tanzania’s Pangani River Basin is a major geographical and ecological area. The Pangani River is one of the country’s major rivers, and its basin is home to a broad range of habitats, communities, and activities. It flows from the eastern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru via a series of valleys before emptying into the Indian Ocean in northeastern Tanzania. You will spend the entire day relaxing here, followed by dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel.

Meal plan: All meals are included

Day 4: Drive to Usambara Mountain to explore it and Visit the Caves

After breakfast, you will drive to the Udzungwa Mountains to spend the day trekking. When you arrive, you will be greeted by rangers who will accompany you on your hiking adventure.

Udzungwa Mountains National Park is well-known for its hiking, trekking, mountain climbing, and woodland walks. It’s also one of the world’s 34 biodiversity hotspots.  Udzungwa is home to 11 primates, including the Sanje Mangabey (Cercocebus sanjei) and the Iringa Red Colobus (Procobus gordonorum). The hike up to the Sanje waterfalls is the most popular. Hike this trek to see the four tiers of waterfalls while observing monkeys, swimming in plunge pools, and admiring the gorgeous surroundings.

There are also habituated Sanje Mangabeys, a variety of indigenous plant species, birds, reptiles and amphibians, and butterflies to see. Following your hike, you will be driven back to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

Meal plan: All meals are included

Day 5: Transfer to Mkomazi National Park for game Drive

You’ll have a game drive in Mkomazi National Park. It has a typical dry scenery with old baobab trees, rocky hills, savannah woods with umbrella acacias, and flat grassland valleys.

Mkomazi’s wildlife is sparsely inhabited and also wary. Giraffes, antelopes, little kudu, impala, and Grant gazelles can all be seen. They share the park with elephants, buffalo, and a variety of predators such as lions, leopards, and cheetahs. A game drive may also allow you to see other creatures such as dik diks, zebras, oryx, wildebeests, eland, and topi.

Mkomazi National Park is also habitat to approximately 450 bird species, making it an excellent birdwatching location. The park’s different ecosystems attract a diverse range of avian species, including raptors, water birds, and a variety of other birds.

Visit the well protected gated portion of the park known as Mkomazi Rhino Sanctuary! The rhinos here account for almost 30% of Tanzania’s entire black rhinoceros population. Following that, you return to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

Meal plan: All meals are included

ay 6: Drive to Materuni village at Mount Kilimanjaro to explore it and transfer to Arusha

After an early breakfast, you will be driven to the renowned Materuni town in the Moshi district, a hidden jewel situated on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. You will embark on a 40- to 50-minute hike to the base of the spectacular Materuni waterfalls, from where you will see the summit of Kilimanjaro. This waterfall is about 90 meters tall and well worth viewing. Pass through local fruit trees where avocados, mangos, lemons, and bananas bloom, and learn about the area’s history, traditions, village the economy, agricultural, and cultural aspects from local guides. When you arrive at the waterfall, one may soothe oneself in the natural pool with a quick swim.

 

After admiring the view, you slowly descend to the Materuni village. Following that, you will go on guided tours of Materuni hamlet to learn about their distinct way of life and culture. Visit one of the homesteads to learn how to make a typical Chagga meal and possibly have lunch there.

Following lunch, you will visit one of the coffee farms to learn about coffee cultivation, harvesting, and processing. You will then be able to roast and prepare a fresh cup of raw, local coffee. Following that, you will be driven back to Arusha and dropped off at your hotel for supper and an overnight stay, thereby bringing this  eastern Tanzania national parks safari to a close.

Meal plan: Breakfast and lunch

 6days safari eastern Tanzania national parks Inclusions

  • All ground transfers
  • All activities mentioned in the itinerary
  • Accommodation during the safari.
  • A professional driver/guide
  • Park entry fees
  • All meals as mentioned
  • All mentioned activities at Materuni village.

All Taxes / VAT

 6 days eastern Tanzania national parks safari Exclusions

  • Any other activities or excursion not mentioned above.
  • Travel Insurance
  • Visa Fees
  • Tips

Personal Souvenirs purchases