We realize that tipping may not be a common practice in your country or culture, so this document is designed to help this process be easy, transparent and fair for all involved as there is a tipping culture for your wildlife safari. A tip (of course) is never compulsory and we recommend tipping only if you have received an exceptional service from your support team.
A tip is designed to add to the support team’s financial compensation with a goal of providing a fair living wage for all involved in your safari with the combination of your generous tip and their basic wage.
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6 Sekou Toure road, Shanty Town, Moshi, Tanzania
OUR MOST POPULAR TOURS
These are some of Tanzania's best highlights and our most popular tours.
High altitude trek to 5895m or 19,431ft
Hiking and Trekking
Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak at 5895m or 19,431ft
A journey to Mount Kilimanjaro is an exploration, not merely a climb. For some the appeal is simple: it is the highest mountain on earth whose summit is accessible to any committed walker without advanced skills, technical experience or special equipment. A well-prepared city-dweller may be able to reach 'the roof of Africa'. This is the allure of the highest free-standing mountain in the world and what is said to be the easiest of the ‘7 summits’; the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.
With some of the worlds’ most famous and iconic safari parks, Tanzania is usually rated the best safari destination in the world. A first time safari can take you into famous 'Discovery channel' destinations such as the Serengeti, Ngorongoro crater, Manyara and Tarangire parks in the Northern circuit where the experience and accommodation are well established suiting any traveller from budget to luxury and highly customisable to suit your travel plan. Return visits are common and there are so many different experiences on and off the beaten track.
Tanzania’s eastern coast lies on the Indian Ocean with many islets offering a rich Swahili history, beautiful beach holidays, exotic spice islands with white sands, blue waters for snorkelling or diving and water safari experiences. Plenty of beach resorts are dotted along the islands of Zanzibar and the mainland suitable for any budget as well as solo, group, family and honeymooners.