Ajabu Adventures Safari Special for November 2017

Special offer: 8-days private safari Tanzania – November 2017

Haven’t booked your holiday for this year yet? Then benefit from this SPECIAL PROMOTION! Ajabu Adventures is delighted to offer an amazing 8-days safari special for November 2017. With this private safari you will visit the highlights of northern Tanzania while staying at a unique luxury lodges and tented camps. Extend your safari adventure with pure relaxation at the tropical beaches of Zanzibar. And all this for a spectacular price! Safari Promotion highlights: Visit to Tanzania’s most beautiful national parks Private vehicle and guide, with no limit on kilometers Overnight in unique and luxury safari lodges based on full board or all inclusive Discount of up to almost USD $700 per person Comfortable and cosy hotel right on one of the most beautiful beaches of Zanzibar Free sunset cruise on the Indian Ocean   View the detailed Safari Special November or contact us directly for a personalized safari proposal. This special promotion is only valid when traveling in the
Read More
lion king tanzania rock

Why Tanzania?  Top-5 reasons

You would like to go on a private safari, climb a mountain or enjoy a relaxing beach holiday. But you are not sure which country to choose? We give you 5 reasons why you should choose Tanzania. 1. Serengeti The most celebrated wildlife reserves in the world. This phenomenal national park is home to one of nature’s greatest events: the migration of millions of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles. Book the Serengeti Migration and witness this incredible wildlife event. 2. Ngorongoro crater This paradise is on Unesco’s World Hertitage list. One of the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa can be observed here on the 260 km² crater floor, like the black rhino, lions, cheetahs, elephants, buffaloes and hippos. View Safaris & Tours for the itineraries or contact us for a personal advice. 3. Mount Kilimanjaro To climb Mount Kilimanjaro appears on bucket lists, a dream of many. It is a real challenge to climb the highest mountain of Africa (5,895 meter). The trekking starts in the tropi
Read More