Tanzania Day Trips

If you have got a few extra days in Tanzania you will love our Tanzania short safari trips. Our trips start from Arusha or Moshi town. We offer a variety of options at various prices from these prime tourist destinations which sometimes includes some extra activities such as walking safari in Arusha National Park, visiting Maasai traditional houses, the famous Ilkiding`a waterfalls, canoeing in Momella Lakes, the Ngorongoro Crater etc

The excursions are ideal: in a short time, you can visit the national park by observing the great diversity of wildlife or experience the everyday life of the indigenous people of Tanzania. At the end of the day trip, you can choose if you want to be dropped off at Kilimanjaro International Airport, at Arusha Airport or at your hotel.

Tarangire National Park Day Tour

Are you closer to Arusha town and want to jump on one day trip to Tarangire? Join us for the great wildlife experience and get back late in Arusha. Tarangire is famous for its huge number of elephant’s population, baobab trees and tree climbing African pythons numerous of birdlife over 400 different species can be identified, then afterward drive to Arusha.

Lake Manyara National Park Day Tour

The Lake Manyara National Park provides the perfect introduction to Tanzania’s birdlife. More than 400 species have been recorded in the area, and even a first-time visitor to Africa might reasonably expect to observe 100 of these in one day. Highlights include thousands of pink-hued flamingos on their perpetual migration, as well as other large water birds such as pelicans, cormorants, and storks.

Arusha National Park Day Tour

Arusha National Park is home to Mount Meru, the second-highest peak in Tanzania, and hosts a rich variety of wildlife in startlingly diverse environments with amazing views of Kilimanjaro. Get your questions answered about the many species and visit the main highlights with your expert guide.

Ngorongoro Crater Day Tour

Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority; a UNESCO protected World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve, the largest intact crater in the world and second largest extinct crater in the world has a spectacular concentration of wildlife. Ngorongoro was an active volcano some eight million years ago whose cone collapsed, leaving a huge crater you see today. The Crater rim is wooded with mountain forest vegetation.