Frequently Asked Questions
- Small towel, toiletries, toilet paper
- Sunscreen and lipbalm
- First aid kit and insect repellent
- Flash light
- Camera with zoom lenses
- Spare film or memory card and batteries or battery pack
- Sun glass and sun hat
- Long sleeved shirt and long trousers
- Warm sweater
- Day pack
Most of the parks can be visited throughout the year. Tanzania’s rainy season is from march to june, some parts of some parks will be less easy accessable. Some parks become more interesting in the dry season then in the wet season, you’ll be informed about details before your booking.
I am interested to visit some local tribes like Bushmen, Maasai, Datoga etc. What do you offer in that kind of tour?
We organize private safaris depending on interest, accommodation preferences, budget and time available so you can enjoy the freedom to come and go when and where you want. Therefore we don’t have fixed departures for safari where one can join other people to share.
Once you have agreed on a specific program and price we will send you the confirmation, client info form, practical information about Tanzania and the invoice. A deposit of 40% of the costs is required for confirmation and reservations through bank transfer . The balance will be paid two months before departure date through bank transfer as well.
Yes. You can leave some of your luggage at the hotel or at our office while on safari.
- Waterproof rucksack with day pack
- Sleeping bag (covering at least 3 seasons)
- Roll mats and insulation pads
- Comfortable hiking boots, light walking trainers thongs (flip – flops)
- Gaiters (useful when encountering snow)
- Wooden walking stick / ski pole
- Sunglasses or snow – goggles, sun hat, balaclava or woolen hat
- Warm scarf, gloves, mittens and thermal underwear
- Sweaters / jumpers, anorak / raincoat, water and windproof pants, jackets, t-shirt, several pairs of socks
- Long sleeved shirt with collar, small towel, toiletries and toilet paper
- Sunscreen and lip salve
- First – aid kit and insect repellent
- Flash light (head mounted preferable) and spare batteries
- Pocket knife
- Sewing / repair kit
- Water bottle
- Whistle, some plastic bags
- Camera with spare film and batteries
- Notepad with pen/pencil
Not at all, climbing Kilimanjaro does not involve technicalities as it is only walking up the mountain.You just need to be in a good breathing system to cope with the altitude change as you go up because oxigen becomes thin.