Tour & Activities in Tanzania

During your African safari, you will experience a game drive. Explore the national parks and game reserves in open safari jeeps while looking to spot and photograph the Big Five. But there are also many more great activities!

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Arusha City Tours

Let us show you around the area with an Arusha city tour! Kate Safari & Tours will meet you at your hotel and create a customized excursion based on what you would like to see. During your Arusha guided tour, we’ll whisk you around the city, answer any questions you have, help you with bartering and translating and help you find unique souvenirs to take home.

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Hunting with Hadzabe (Bushmen)

Lake Eyasi, south of the Ngorongoro Highlands, is home to the last remote Bushmen tribe, the Hadzabe. This tribe still hunts wild animals with bow and arrow and gathers insects, fruits and honey in the bush. The Hazabe Bushmen are one of the last remaining hunters and gatherers in Africa and they live solely on what their habitat has to offer. Just like our ancestors did for thousands of years.

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Miserani Snake Park

Snakes and reptiles are difficult to spot in the national parks in Tanzania. In Meserani Snake Park you can see all the snakes that live in Tanzania. It houses some of the world’s most dangerous snakes like the Black Mamba, Puff Adder and Cobra. A guide will tell you about their natural habitat, what they eat and how they defend themselves. You can even hold a real (but harmless) snake! At this park they also have crocodiles, turtles and beautiful reptiles.

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Visit Maasai boma(Villages)

The most famous of Africa’s people, these fierce warriors are still practicing their ancestral way of life and are known for their pastoral traditions, living off their herds of cattle, sheep, goats, and donkeys. Since time immemorial the Maasai moved nomadically in search of water and pasture for their herds. Today they have established permanent settlements, and many of the Maasai do not roam. They still exist on a diet of milk, blood, and meat, however, it is becoming very common place to supplement their diet with grain. The few Maasai left today still coexist collectively with the profuse wildlife.


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